Katori chaat is a popular kind of chaat in North
Fans of Indian street foods raise your hand? The lip-smacking, tangy chaat is surely one of the crown jewels of Indian street food. From aloo chaat and papdi chaat to palak patta chaat, it is indeed a rich and variegated affair. One of our all-time favourites has to be the dahi bhalla. The yogurt-based chaat – made with a mix of sweet and spicy chutney, and spongy bhallas – is a treat that you can enjoy at any time of the day. And while we all have our favourite street food vendors when it comes to chaat, we have all tried to make them at home at least once. So, for those, who are toying with the idea of some DIY chaat, we have something to impress.
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This dahi bhalla katori chaat recipe by food vlogger Parul brings together the Lucknow's special katori chaat and dahi bhalla. 'Katori' in Hindi means a bowl, a bowl-like case is made with besan that helps hold the dahi and bhalla in this chaat. It is indeed a novel idea that you can try at home which will catch everybody's fancy. A hit among both kids and adults, alike. This fusion chaat is all you need to transform a regular evening to a memorable one. Since you are making it at home, you have all the liberty to monitor the chutney and spices you want in your chaat.
Watch: Dahi Bhalla Katori Chaat Recipe Video
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So, what are you waiting for? Follow this recipe posted on 'Cook With Parul' and have a gala time.
About Sushmita SenguptaSharing a strong penchant for food, Sushmita loves all things good, cheesy and greasy. Her other favourite pastime activities other than discussing food includes, reading, watching movies and binge-watching TV shows.