Seven Layer Dahi Chaat – with mung bean sprouts, fluffy dhokla, crunchy papdi, tangy boondi, masala potatoes, creamy yogurt, and sweet and spicy chutneys, this is street food at its best!
With warm corn, spicy masala, and crunchy vegetables, this Asian Corn Bhel checks off all of the boxes! Perfect as a Friday evening snack or quick appetizer, it’s hard to beat that signature Indo-Chinese flavor! This appetizer is the perfect transition from summer to fall. With the warmth of the boiled corn paired with the freshness of the veggies, there’s a beautiful contrast in this dish. The masalas add this spicy, tangy, and salty flavor that everyone loves of Indo-Chinese food! Try it as a movie night snack or for a backyard get-together, and enjoy this fun twist on bhel! WATCH HOW TO MAKE ASIAN CORN BHEL: With warm corn, spicy masala, and crunchy vegetables, this Asian Corn Bhel checks off all of the boxes! Perfect as a Friday evening snack or quick appetizer, it’s hard to beat that signature Indo-Chinese flavor! Subscribe to my YouTube Channel for step-by-step videos. DID YOU MAKE THIS RECIPE? Don’t forget to tag @naturallynidhi on Instagram and hashtag it #naturallynidhi. You can also post your pictures to my facebook …
A golden brown paneer tikki paired with some spicy ragda curry and an Italian-inspired tomato salad, this chaat is a modern twist on the classic. Traditional ragda or white peas chaat is a popular street food in India and is served with potato cutlets or patties. I’ve opted to go for paneer tikkis for a fun change in texture and added the Italian tomato mozzarella salad to elevate the flavors!
With a fresh mango salsa and spicy water, this sweet and tangy Mexican Pani Puri is a treat to eat!
Crispy on the edges and fluffy on the inside, this Delhi style hasselback potato chaat is a delicious appetizer.
Crunchy Watermelon Kulle Chaat Cups – bite sized watermelon cups suited up with a delectable mix of mung (moong) bean sprouts, pomegranate, crunchy bhel mix, and yogurt! Try this fun summery twist on this Indian street food, that your kids are sure to love!
This Methi Garlic Pakoda Chaat paired with lemon and herb yogurt features unique flavors from green garlic. Serve it with cilantro and chili-garlic chutneys for a perfect party appetizer.
This Saffron Rose Sabudana Chaat with Dates is a perfect meal to try during the Navaratri Vrat. Its tangy-sweet flavor is enhanced with saffron, rose and dates, ingredients that you typically don’t see in a chaat.
This Muradabadi Dal Chaat, a famous Indian street food, features healthy protein packed yellow moong dal lentils topped with a variety of fresh vegetables and spices. It’s a decadent, yet delightfully simple dish that is sure to warm you up as the weather starts to become cooler.
One of the most iconic dishes found on the busy streets of Kolkata, Ghugni Chaat is a snack made of dried white peas, veggies and a medley of spices. Try this quick and easy Instant Pot recipe for a healthy meal which is nutritious and oil free! Enjoy this yummy Indian street food as a chaat or as a curry with some naan bread for the ultimate dish!!