Whether it is a crispy papdi chaat or a delightful Raj Kachori, aloo tikki and more, there's something about Indian chaats that no other food in the world can match. The diverse textures in chaat are paired with interesting flavours - coming together to create something so unique and delicious. If you are someone who loves experimenting with chaats as much as we do, here we have something that may impress you. It is called Dal Pakwaan Chaat. Spicy, flavourful and earthy - this delicious chaat recipe will win your hearts at any given time.
For those who are unfamiliar, dal pakwan is a very popular sindhi breakfast combination. A thin, crispy bread made with maida, cumin seeds, black pepper, and ghee is served with the masaledar chana dal. We've created a recipe for chaat that might be the ideal side dish for your special tea party by giving this combo a distinctive touch. In fact, you can use your leftover dal to prepare this delicious recipe. Now, let's learn how to make it.
Dal Pakwan Chaat Recipe: How To Make Dal Pakwan Chaat
To begin with, soak chana dal and pressure cook it until 2-3 whistles. Once done, heat oil/ghee in a pan, add ginger, green chillies, oil, jeera, curry leaves, and let them splutter. After it, add chopped tomatoes and onions. Next, throw in the salt, red chilli powder and turmeric powder.
Once the masala for dal is ready, add some water and pressure cooked chana dal. For the complete recipe for chana dal and thin bread, click here.
Once your chana dal and bread is ready, crush the bread in a bowl. Add in 2 tbsp of dal, mint chutney, and tamarind chutney. Sprinkle some sev, coriander leaves, chaat masala, and a few lemon drops on the chaat. And Voila, it's ready! For more such easy chaat recipes, click here.
Try out this tangy chaat recipe at home and let us know how it turned out in the comments below. Happy Snacking!