Recipes

Aloo chaat

Recipe: Aloo chaat
Source: Based on a recipe from Vegetarian Food Fiesta 

Ingredients:

Aloo (potatoes), peeled – 3
Red chilli powder – 1/2 tsp.
Roasted cumin powder- 1 tsp.
Chaat masala- 1 tsp.
Tamarind Chutney
Mint Chutney
Chopped coriander leaves
Optional garnish – chopped onion
Oil – 1/2 tsp.
Thin sev – 2 tbsp.
Ginger and chilli minced – 1/2 tsp. with 1/2 a green chilli

Method

Dice aloo (potatoes) into cubes.
Micro high for 2 minutes and stand for 2 minutes. Remove.
Heat a non stick pan, and brush with oil. Add the potatoes and brown them on slow fire.
In a bowl, place the potatoes and toss with red chilli powder, cumin powder, chaat masala.
Serve, garnished with thin sev and coriander leaves or serve as in the picture on top – mixed with finely chopped onions, mint and tamarind chutney.

You may deep fry the diced potatoes and drain them before going on with the rest.

21 Comments

Harini is a vegan food photographer, writer and recipe developer. She also loves feeding birds, reading, watching crime thrillers, and travelling amongst other things.

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21 Comments

  • Sunshinemom

    Vegeyum – Thanks!

    Miri – Hey! Thanks for sharing – That’s an area I haven’t been to much! I kept visiting Govt. Law College canteen years after I left law until they eventually found out and forbade me from paying further visits;)

  • Miri

    I grew up in Matunga and come back every year to all the fav haunts – Subhash’s sandwich opposite Podar college is to die for! and then the bhelpuri and panipuri at the first garden of Five Gardens, Dadar. There used to be a really good dabeli guy in Kings Circle, but couldnt find him this time.

  • vegeyum

    YUM. What more is there to say?

  • Sunshinemom

    Thanks Simran – will do that next time:)

  • Simran

    What a lovely chaat.

    I absolutely love Elco’s paani puri and everything in Delhi’s Chandni Chowk. Try the pyaaz kachori at ghantewala on your next trip

  • Sunshinemom

    Rachel – Great minds think alike;)

    Aparna and Vaidehi – Glad you liked the recipe.

  • Vaidehi

    thanks for your comment.. delicious recipe…

  • Aparna

    Who can resist chat? Just discovered your name.

  • Rachel

    My fav!!!

  • Sunshinemom

    Cham – Thanks! That says so much:)
    Vaishali – Let me know when you come, and we can hit these spots together:)
    Kalai, Vanamala, Amrutha – Thanks, Glad you like the stuff here:)
    Sailaja – Thanks for putting me on the me-me list:) Will do it sometime soon!

  • Amrutha

    Oh wow! It looks delicious!

  • Sailaja

    Something is waiting for u in my blog.

    -Sailaja

  • Vanamala

    gr8t recipes you have. nice blog first time i am here.

  • Kalai

    Delicious chaat!! Wonderful entry! 🙂

  • Vaishali

    Gosh, Harini, you really make me miss Bombay. What delicious-looking chaat!

  • Cham

    Just turn your head, i will grab ur bowl 🙂 Beautiful snack & entry too .
    Yes, we don’t have enough time to cover all this events nowadays…..

  • Sunshinemom

    Sailaja, yup! Indeed – Harini. Just that I like to think of myself as sunshinemom – I imagine I am:)
    Asha, jz – Thanks!

  • JZ @ Tasty treats

    oh beautiful picture, SSM! its all yellowy and summery! beautiful entry!

  • Asha

    That is a beautiful looking chaat and a great entry S, good job!:))

  • Sailaja

    Can u share your name?

  • Sailaja

    Lovely Chat. Chat is my all time favorite.
    Nice pictures

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