Indian Street Chaat

Indian Street chaat

Since we already know how culturally varied India is, let’s begin this journey of experiencing Indian street food from the North.

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The word ‘chaat’ is popularly believed to have its roots from the Hindi verb ‘chaatna’ which means ‘to lick’ – and the name is absolutely apt since it is finger-licking good. If eaten with the hands, licking will become an involuntary enjoyment!

Chaat is typically served on the roadside from stalls or food carts. It can be eaten as a small mid-day snack or you can combine various items to make a full meal. Chaat did not originate in any particular region in India. In fact, different dishes originated in different parts of Northern India and each state has its own rendition of it. The tastes will be as varied as their names. Chaat is usually a combination of flavors like sweet, spicy, tangy, and textures from as crunchy as cornflakes to as soft as a marshmallow. All these peculiar tastes and textures combine on your palate and tantalize your taste buds like never before! It will be an unforgettable experience – we promise!

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tangy pany puri

Pani Puri

It is a hollow, round crusty shell called puri;…

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to which you add the potato and black chickpea mix, tamarind chutney, and the spicy coriander-mint water. You put the whole puri in your mouth and there will be a burst of sweet, spicy, minty, and tangy flavors. An unbelievable experience of a multitude of flavors all at once.

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tangy pani puri

Pani Puri Basket

The same as Pani Puri but a basket of 40 pcs

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for those who just can’t get enough.

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Best chat - Dahi puri

Dahi Puri

Dahi Puri is especially famous in Maharashtra…

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and is believed to have originated in Mumbai. Crusty, hollow shells are filled with potato, black chickpea, onions, and the sweet tamarind and spicy mint-cilantro chutney is poured into it. Beaten yogurt is then poured over the shells, garnished with sev (fried gram flour vermicelli). A combination of textures and flavors that appease the palate from all the heat from the Dahi Puri.

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tasty ragda puri

Ragda Puri

One of the popular members of the family of…

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Indian Street Food. This snack consists of hollow puri filled with dry green peas curry, sweet tamarind chutney, mint-cilantro chutney, garlic chutney, onions and topped with sev. A simple yet super tasty snack.

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Indian special Sev batata puri

Sev Batata Puri

Sev Batata Puri is a flat/round puri topped…

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with diced potatoes, onions, chana dal, and sev with cilantro-mint chutney, sweet chutney. A brilliant blend of textures and flavors mingling in your mouth.

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Tasty bhel puri

Bhel Puri

The most sought after savory snack while…

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strolling alongside the beaches in Mumbai would undoubtedly be bhel. It is puffed rice mixed with sweet and tangy tamarind chutney, spicy cilantro-mint chutney, garlic chutney sev (fried gram flour vermicelli), black chickpea and chopped onions, potato, tomato, and cilantro.

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Savory snack - Special bhel puri

Special Bhel Puri

The same as Bhel Puri but with a few…

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crunchy additions of peanuts, chana dal (fried lentils), boondi (fried chickpea flour balls), chana chor garam (spiced and flattened black chickpea).

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Crunchy and tasty Papdi chat

Papdi Chaat

Papdi Chaat is more famous in Northern…

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India compared to other regions. It is one of those go-to dishes when you just can’t make up your mind. It is crunchy and tasty, simple yet flavorful. Papdi (small, flat, crisp, deep-fried crackers), white chickpeas, boiled potato, onion, tamarind chutney, mint-cilantro chutney, beaten yogurt, spices, topped with sev.

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Delicious Bhalla papdi chat

Bhalla Papdi Chaat

A tea-time favorite for when friends and family…

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are visiting are visiting. Papdi (small, flat crisp, deep-fried crackers), crushed Bhalla (black gram/black lentil croquet), black chickpeas, onion, tamarind chutney, mint-cilantro chutney, beaten yogurt, sev, spices.

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The king of all kachoris, Raj Kachori

Raj Kachori

The king of all kachoris! When you want to be…

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adventurous and love different flavors and textures, this is the perfect option for you. A large kachori shell filled with papdi (small, flat, crisp, deep-fried crackers), bhalla (black gram/black lentil croquette), potatoes, onion, beet, mint-cilantro chutney, sweet chutney, beaten yogurt, boondi (fried chickpea flour balls), chana dal, topped with sev.

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Neehee's special chat

Neehee’s Special Chaat

Our version of the Papdi Chaat, a special…

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concoction of flavors and textures to give your taste buds an unforgettable experience. Papdis, bhel mix, black chickpeas, tomato, potato, onion, sweet chutney, mint-cilantro chutney, beaten yogurt, spices, topped with sev and mozzarella cheese.

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Tempting Dahi wada

Dahi Wada

A favorite summertime snack to beat the heat…

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Dahi Wada is believed to have originated in present-day northern India. Its recipes have been found in 12th century Sanskrit encyclopedias making it a truly ancestral dish. Simple yet sophisticated – so delicious that it is loved even today. Moist deep-fried lentil balls, beaten yogurt, sweet chutney, sprinkled with red chili powder, and other spices.

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Delhi Chaat

Chaat inspired by the locals from Delhi…

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It is delicious and gives. you a satisfying feeling once eaten. Papdis (small, flat crisp, deep-fried crackers), white chickpeas, bhalla (black gram/black lentil croquette), boiled moong bean, tamarind chutney, mint-cilantro chutney, beaten yogurt, boondi (fried chickpea flour balls), peanuts, onions, spices, topped with sev.

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Scrummy samosa chaat

Dahi Samosa Chaat

Smashed samosas, topped with sweet…

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tamarind chutney, mint-cilantro chutney, beaten yogurt, onions, spices and topped with sev for that extra crunch.

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Samosa Ragda

Mashed samosa, warm green pea curry,…

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mint-cilantro chutney, sweet chutney, garlic chutney, topped with onions, sev, and spices. A perfect snack for that warm, fuzzy feeling on a cold, rainy day.

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delicious samosa chole chaat

Samosa Chole

The perfect adaptation of samosa for the people…

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who love a little extra flavor. Mashed samosa, warm chickpea curry, mint-cilantro chutney, sweet chutney, garlic chutney, onions, sec, and spices.

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Khasta Kachori

‘Kachori’ originated in Rajasthan, Western India…

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It is a round, crisp, golden flaky shell with various fillings inside like lentil. This dish is made of kachori shells, onions, potatoes, mint-cilantro chutney, sweet chutney, beaten yogurt, spices, topped with sev.

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Ragda Kachori

Kachori shells filled with warm green peas ragda,…

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sweet tamarind, chutney, mint-cilantro chutney, garlic chutney, onions, spices and topped with sev, when you like it warm and crusty. Unbelievably flavorful combination!

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Aloo Tikki

A paradise for all potato lovers! A …

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delicious variation of potato croquettes with Indian spices. Served with mint-cilantro chutney, sweet chutney, beaten yogurt, onions, spices and topped with sev.

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Tikki Ragda

Two fried potato croquettes, topped with warm …

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ragda, green-sweet-garlic chutney.

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The spicy potato croquettes - Tikki Chole

Tikki Chole

The spicy potato croquettes served with …

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chickpea curry, mint-cilantro chutney, sweet chutney, garlic chutney, onions, spices, topped with sev.

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Yummy Samosa with Chutney

Samosa

Samosa is a fried pastry in a triangle shape …

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with a savory filling of spiced potatoes and green peas (ours is unique with special mint and cilantro flavored which makes the filing green color). This dish is served with cilantro-mint chutney and sweet chutney.

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Tempting vegetable cutlet

Vegetable Cutlets

Cutlets with a spicy Indian twist! Peas, …

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carrots, beet, and boiled potatoes are mixed with spices and deep-fried. Served with mint-cilantro chutney and sweet chutney.

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Delicious Masala puri

Masala Puri

This dish originated in Uttar Pradesh but is…

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especially famous in the Southern states of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Crushed puri, dry green peas curry, sweet chutney, mint-cilantro chutney, onions, tomato and garnished with sev. A spicy yet flavorful snack incorporating different textures as well.

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delectable dahi ragada kachori

Dahi Ragda Kachori

A unique mix of temperatures between the …

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green pea curry and yogurt creates a brilliant blend as you’ve never tasted before. Crumbled kachori shells topped with green pea curry, onion, mint-cilantro chutney, sweet chutney, beaten yogurt, spices, and sev.

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Savory Aloo chat

Aloo Chaat

This dish will take you on a journey to the hub of…

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eateries and India’s capital, Delhi. This chaat is popular in the Northern region of India and can be a go-to if you just can’t decide what you want and you love potatoes! Fried potato cubes, topped with tamarind chutney, mint-cilantro chutney, spices, and a lime wedge.

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best appetizer chana chat

Chana Chaat

This rather simple yet sophisticated creation …

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is adaptable to all taste buds and is light yet delectable snack. Boiled white chickpeas, black chickpeas, boiled whole moong beans, onions, tomatoes, lime wedge, spices, and cilantro. A good protein source.

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Gujarat special Khaman Dhokla

Khaman Dhokla

Originated in Gujarat, Western India; this snack…

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can be eaten at almost any time of the day! It can be served as a breakfast, or as a side dish during meals, or even as an evening snack. It is like a savory spongy cake made from steamed chickpea flour, topped with mustard seeds, sesame seeds, cilantro, served with mint-cilantro chutney and sweet chutney.

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