The monsoon is here and so is the desire to indulge in some lip-smacking golgappa or steaming hot aloo tikki chaat and samosa chaat. Unfortunately, due to the lockdown, we can no longer gather around our favourite chaat joints, vying for the deliciously spicy and tangy golgappa, or insist on yummy sookhi puri that was the favourite part of eating chaat. Actress Sonam Kapoor, a self-confessed foodie and a connoisseur of delicious street food, who is currently in London with her husband Anand Ahuja, has missed the typical Mumbai street-side food. Luckily, the actress's BFF Samyukta Nair surprised her bestie with a lip-smacking meal.
Sonam Kapoor gave all our delicious chaat-filled memories a fillip with her latest post on her Instagram Stories. The actress posted a picture of some drool-worthy kachori chaat along with some decadent desserts making our mouths water. She posted the picture along with a caption tagging Samyukta. She wrote, “What is this? I'm dying. Yummy.”
Sonam Kapoor Instagram story
Very yummy indeed. Has Sonam's chaat adventure left you craving some lip-smacking street food? Well, we've got you covered with these yummy recipes you can recreate at home for your loved ones.
Want to make your own kachori chaat? Try this yummy kachori stuffed with a spicy lentil mixture that you can turn into a delectable chaat dish with some tangy tamarind chutney and boiled potatoes.
2) Samosa Chaat
While samosas are delicious on their own, this chaat recipe takes the crispy fried, potato stuffed triangles up a notch. It's a delectable combination of spicy and sweet chutneys with some cold yogurt, fresh onions, and tomatoes topped with crunchy sev. Truly a drool-worthy evening snack.
Try this deliciously simple mix of steamed sweet potatoes with flavourful spices and tangy lemon juice for a healthy and nutritious snack.
4) Aloo Chaat
The most popular of all chaat dishes, aloo chaat is a mouth-watering combination of boiled potatoes mixed with spicy mint and coriander chutney, and sweet tamarind chutney topped with tangy chaat masala. The perfect lip-smacking bite!
5) Papdi Chaat
This one's a classic chaat dish and a crowd favourite. In this, you have crispy fried ajwain-infused papdis topped with boiled potatoes, chopped tomatoes, and onions with deliciously cool and sweet yogurt and tart pomegranate seeds.
Let us know what you thought of Sonam's yummy chaat meal. Also tell us, which of these delicious chaat recipes did you enjoy the most.