Indian Vegetarian Street Food Made Easy: Chaat

Chaat is a term describing savory snacks, typically served at roadside from stalls or food carts in India. Chaat literally means “lick” and these snacks are so mouth-watering that one can lick all the way to the last bit. Come make your own Samosa and Chaat, and enjoy your own creation!

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Chaat Masala: a spice powder made with dried mango powder, cumin, coriander, dried ginger, salt, black pepper, chilli powder and hing/asafetida. This powder is both sour and salty and used to flavor fast food, especially Chaat items. 
Bhel Puri: a savory snack made out of puffed rice, vegetables, mint, cilantro chutney sauce and a tangy tamarind sauce. 
Dahi Papdi Chaat: Papdi refers to crisp, fried dough wafers/small round discs like crackers. This Papdi is served with boiled/mashed potatoes, boiled chick peas, chillies, yogurt, tamarind chutney sauce topped with Chaat Masala and garnished with Sev (crushed pieces of long thin strands of deep fried spiced gram flour dough) and cilantro 
Pani Puri / Golgappa: Pani means spiced and flavored water and Puri is a round, hollow puffed cracker. These Puris are filled with mixture of the flavored water, tamarind chutney, chilli, Chaat Masala, boiled potatoes, onion and chick peas. 
Samosa Chaat: Samosa deep fried pasty with savory filling such as spiced potatoes, onions, peas and spices, This Samosa is mashed and topped with Chana Masala, freshly cut veggies and a dash of lemon. 
Fruit Chaat: a salad dish consisting of various kind of fruits which are mixed with their own juices, and spiced with Chaat Masala and lemon juice. This makes a great healthy dessert. 
Rose Lemonade: a soothing and refreshing drink made with water, lemon and rose syrup

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