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A very popular aloo chaat found in Delhi which is a famous mouth-watering street food with lots of different flavor of sweet, sour and spicy.
A very popular aloo chaat found in delhi which is a famous mouth watering street food with lots of different flavor of... Read More..
Bangaldumpa vepudu, Uralaikilangu varuval, Aloo Bhaja
A very popular aloo chaat found in delhi which is a famous mouth watering street food with lots of different flavor of sweet, sour and spicy. Aloo Chat is a very popular, mouth-watering street food that is available at every street corner in and around Delhi. This chaat is amazingly made by boiling and deep frying few potatoes that is sprinkled over with some exotic, spicy, flavorful freshly ground chaat masala spices, finely chopped colorful tomatoes, onions, green chillies, added with little awesome sweet, sour and tangy chutneys like sweet chutney, mint chutney, drizzled with little yogurt, red chilli powder, coriander leaves and dash to lemon juice.
There are various ways of making aloo chat, this is one delectable variation that tastes extremely good for people who crave for spicy and chat-pata food to eat. This is also an ideal dish to delight your palate on a monsoon day to give some heat to your body with its blend of flavors bursting into your taste buds. Chaat is one food item that you can eat anytime. It is also a refreshing and comforting appetizer too. They are the most convenient foods that can be prepared in a jiffy to satisfy your hunger pranks, easy to pick and eat and an alluring crowd pleaser dish.
This chat has a brilliant balance of relishes, mixing of sweet and tangy chutneys, fresh herby flavors, spiciness from the chillies, a striking thrill from the chaat masala hitting your taste buds and yogurt soothing the overall flavors to comfort the palate too. Chaat as a popular street food is available in most parts of India, especially Delhi and Mumbai are the fast moving hubs where you find people thronging for their favourite chaats.
Some of the very popular chaats are Bhel puri, Pani puri, Papadi Chaat, Samosa Chaat, Aloo tikki, Ragda patties et. Every chaat has its distinctive chaat bursting with wonderful tangs. Who would not like to eat an appetizing chaat like this that bounds to get the taste buds jumping for more? Do try this and enjoy the fantastic flavours. Next time when your kids ask for a yummy chat then do try this dish encouraging them to eat healthy and fresh food.
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Bushra Saqib Posted on Sat Nov 01 2014
Omg m droolinggg :pI shall try this recipe ;) ?Reply 0 - Replies
Kausar Anis Posted on Sat Nov 01 2014
DELHI STYLE ALOO CHAT: http://youtu.be/0x7M8HyV1L8?Reply 0 - Replies
HyborianAge Posted on Sun Nov 02 2014
I swear this looks like some crazy Mexican dish. Are those red chili peppers hot? On the scale from mild to medium to hot where are they? I've tried jalapenos, serrano, piquin, chile de arbol, guajillo, poblano, and the hottest of them all, chileReply 0 - Replies
MrKevin486 Posted on Mon Nov 03 2014
Add paneer and you have basically indian poutine XD?Reply 0 - Replies
ZebbiBibi Posted on Mon Nov 03 2014
Chef it looks awesome. Did you par boil the potatoes before frying??Reply 0 - Replies
Lehua Lani Posted on Mon Nov 03 2014
Looks great thank you!"Waiting is criminal" lol?Reply 0 - Replies
natarajan satish kumar Posted on Thu Nov 06 2014
hay chef you not using Airfryer ???Reply 0 - Replies
Mr Wolfers Posted on Fri Nov 07 2014
The smile at the end really makes the video, good job mr chef?Reply 0 - Replies
Dee Thakore Posted on Sat Nov 01 2014
hi, Chef... how abt using good copper cookware? I know that Teflon is everywhere in our daily life and over heat point it would release some dangerous element to the food... am right?? just curious :) ?Reply 0 - Replies