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Dahi Papdi Chaat

Dahi Papdi Chaat

Dahi Papdi Chaat

This simple but delicious dahi papdi chaat can be made in minutes. Make it once you will will make it many more times!

This simple chaat is very similar to the pani puri recipe featured in my cookbook “The Curry Guy Easy”. Chaats are all about taking the same ingredients, perhaps adding or omitting a couple and then coming up with a completely deferent taste and texture sensation. In this case, for mt Dahi papdi Chaat  rather than using the hallow puri shells, flat papdi are used. Both are made with the same ingredients but prepared in a different way. The flavoured water (pani) used in pani puris is omitted giving you a drier but equally tasty snack. Get the sauces and papdi (you could use shop bought) prepared and this popular dahi papdi  chaat can be made in minutes.

 

If you love this recipe try these others:

Chaat Aloo
Spinach Chaat
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Chickpea Chaat

Dhai Papdi Chaat

You can use homemade or shop bought papdi which can be found at Asian shops.

Dahi Papdi Chaat

Top each papdi with the cubed potatoes and finely chopped onion.

Dahi Papdi chaat

Add each of the sauces. Don’t worry too much about being neat. It will all get scooped up.

Dahi Papdi Chaat

Cover generously with fine sev to serve.

 

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Yield: 4

Dahi Papdi Chaat

Dahi Papdi Chaat
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Before putting this together, ensure that your potatoes are good and soft. You should be able to bight into the potato cubes with little resistance. Arrange eight papdi on each of four serving plates. Top each papdi with the cubed potatoes, chopped onion, yoghurt sauce, tamarind sauce and coriander and mint chutney. Don’t worry about doing a neat job. Like most chaats this is meant to look a bit sloppy.
  2. Garnish each papdi with a sprinkling of red chilli powder and a little more chaat masala if you like. Remember there is already chaat masala which contains black salt in the yoghurt sauce so you don’t want to over season.
  3. To finish, top each plate with a handful of fine sev. These can be eaten by hand or with a fork.

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