Want to add some Indian street-style spiciness to your evening snack fare? This crispy, sweet, chatpata Strawberry Rose Dahi Puri is sure to be a hit! With spicy potatoes, fruity yogurt, and fiery chutneys, this summery chaat is a fun way to enjoy the warmer weather!
Growing up in India, I’ve always seen the street vendors with their small carts selling the most vibrant and flavorful food: ‘chaat’, a term mainly used for North Indian street food that has now gained popularity around the world. From aloo tikki to paani puris, the variety of chaat served in India is just overwhelming. Among those, Papdi Chaat has to be my favorite!
And, so when a friend requested this dish as part of my Women’s Day celebration on Instagram, I was so excited to put a fun twist on the flavors I’ve grown up loving! I’ve layered papdi (baked puris) with onions, potatoes, fresh mung sprouts, beetroot, spices, and then added my secret ingredient: strawberry rose yogurt. This Strawberry Rose Dahi Puri, with its delicious mix of flavors and textures, is guaranteed to be a burst of flavor to brighten your day!
WATCH HOW TO MAKE STRAWBERRY ROSE DAHI PURI:
Want to add some Indian street-style spiciness to your evening snack fare? This crispy, sweet, chatpata Strawberry Rose Dahi Puri with spicy potatoes and mung beans, fruity yogurt, and fiery chutneys, is a fun way to enjoy the warmer weather!
- 1 1/2 cup thick yogurt
- 3 strawberries , pureed
- 2 tsp rose water
- 1 tbsp sugar
Mix together the yogurt, rose water, strawberry puree, and sugar until combined. If you want a deep pink color then add freshly squeezed beetroot juice or food color. You can use milk or water to adjust the consistency of the yogurt.
Mix potatoes with red chili powder, roasted cumin powder and salt.
Mix boiled mung sprouts with red chili powder, roasted cumin powder and salt.
Arrange 5 pcs of papdi on a plate.
Add a layer of potato masala, followed by mung sprout mixture and onions.
Then sprinkle some carrots and beetroots.
Drizzle some mint-cilantro chutney, chili-garlic chutney and tamarind chutney on top.
Now, cover it with a thick layer of strawberry rose yogurt.
Finish it with some sev (bhujiya) and sprinkle some chaat masala.
Garnish with red currants and microgreens and your Strawberry Rose Dahi Puri is ready!
- Prepare the chaat when you are ready to serve otherwise the papdi will turn soggy.
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