Friday, August 31, 2007

DAHI PAPDI CHAAT.....

I love chaat, and i think almost all mumbaikars love chaat too, if you visit MUMBAI the city where i live you will find chaat shops almost at every nook and corner . If you find a group of youngsters standing near a shop be sure its a chaat shop which serve delicious papdi chaat, dahi wadas, bhel,ragda pattice , shev puri , dahi batata puri and many more concoctions considered to be specialities of that place . I have yet to find a person who does not enjoy eating a chaat.


I forgot to mention the very important chaat item which people are seen gobbling up...
I love dahi wadas the most, for which the recipe you will find
here . i decided to combine the recipe of dahi wada and make it a little bit more nutritious by adding the following things sprouted moong, soaked and cooked kabuli chana, and some mashed spiced potato.

The recipe remains the same as for the dahi wada , here you will see that i have added the sweet and sour dates chutney made using dates, tamarind,jeera,chillipowder and jaggery .And garnished it with finely chopped coriander.

7 comments:

HAREKRISHNAJI said...

Have you eaten chats at Tiwari Bros. Opera house ? Try it

TBC said...

That's a good-looking chaat.I love street-food.

A kitchen scientist & a white rat hubby!!! said...

Hi Mahek,
thanks for sharing the chaat recipie...a snmall doubt...what do you mean by sour dates?...is it a less sweeter variety?...and hey. nice snap too..
cheers,
sona

Mahek said...

hi
harekrishnaji
no i havent eaten at tiwari bros i will try that
There are so many eateries that you have mentioned i will now make a list and try to try them all thanks for that!!!
thanks TBC....

Mahek said...

hi
kitchen......
i have made the necessary changes in the wording.. thanks for that

Latha said...

looks really delicious Mahek! i'm hungyr now!

Joseph said...

Thanks Mahek. We visited Bombay and Pune last month and I've been looking for the name of this recipe to experiment for my ayurvedic recipe website. Take Care,

-Joseph