When you walk around any street in North India, you will always find street food vendors lined with a variety of street preparations. But mainly in North India, you will usually get food items like Aloo Chaat, Papdi Chaat or the famous Dahi puri chaat. These chaat items are easy to make and are loved by all. Some Indian street foods like Raj Kachori, Bhel Papdi, Dhahi Bhalle and Paani puri, Papdi Chaat and Sev puri heavily influence the street food-lovers. So, here are some really easy and scrumptious chaat dishes to prepare at home.
One of the most favourite dishes from the north Indian cuisine, aloo chaat is soul-satisfying street food in Delhi and nearly all of northern India. Aloo chat is a food item that comprises of fried pieces of parboiled potato mixed with chana and chopped onions and is openhandedly garnished with spices, sev and chutney. One can prepare aloo chat at home very easily, and people would love to have it.
Bhelpuri is purely connected with the beaches of Mumbai as locals love eating bhel while taking a watch on the beach. This famous chaat item includes of puffed rice, sev, chopped onions, potato, papdis, and is mixed well in chutney. The wet sweet crispiness of the munchable makes loving the beach sunset. People make this dish anytime at home and enjoy earing it in freetime.
Pani puri and Dahi puri, both the dishes can be prepared together at home very easily. In Dahi puri, the shells of pani puri are stuffed with a mixture of mashed potato, chickpeas and drizzled over with dahi, chutney and sev. And the Pani puri includes mint and spicy green water and imli chutney.
Ragda patties is similar to the aloo tikka chat but with some added value. This Mumbai staple comprises of an aloo tikki that is shielded with a dal made from white chickpeas also known as "ragda". Ragda patties is just magical when a plentiful amount of chutney and sev is added to the dish. The food item’s origins is in Northern India.