Love street food? If yes, then you need to try these Dilli-style chaat recipes that Delhites live by!
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Street Food of India: Aloo Shakarkandhi chaat is also one such delicious street food item which is a winter favourite street-style recipe.
We often prepare chaat at home to break free from the monotony of regular food. And weekends call for some spicy mouth-watering chaat.
In this chaat, you get a combination of Delhi's favourite papdi chaat and chole kulche. Here's a recipe you wont be able to resist.
Aloo Kabli is gluten-free and oil-free. This aloo chaat is Bengali's favourite - a medley of hot, spicy, and sour taste. Moreover, it is gluten-free!
Much like Matara chaat, it is made with boiled white peas tossed in a pool of masalas and tangy chutneys. It is served in small earthenware vessel or a Kullhad and served with a side ...
If you are also a fan of Indian chaats, you would be happy to know that a lot of them could be made at home that too very easily.
On nippy days as these, anything hot and crunchy is welcome; and if you too are on same page with us, you would definitely enjoy these Sev Puri Toast Sandwiches.
Visit the winding lanes of Chandni Chowk to sample the sweet delicacy, which is mixed with cardamom powder and saffron and topped with powdered sugar, dry fruits and lashings of brown, roasted milk.