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Different types of chaats one needs to try from India

ET Online

Feb 29, 2024

Aloo chaat

Aloo chaat

It is made up of fried parboiled potato chunks combined with chopped onions and chana, and it is heavily topped with chutney and spices.

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Palak patta chaat

This chaat will become a favourite of yours with its exquisite combination of sauces, yogurt, and garnishes, along with its crispy fried spinach leaves.

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Bhelpuri

Puffed rice, sev, chopped onions, potato, papdis, and a generous amount of chutney make up this dish. The snack's mushy, sweet, crispiness makes it worthwhile to savor the seaside sunset.

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Vada pav

In Mumbai, vada pav has become a symbol, a must-try dish for those who want to fully experience the city's rich culinary culture, and an integral element of the trip for tourists.

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Aloo tikki chaat

This patty is composed of mashed potatoes, liberally topped with chutney and dahi, then dusted with sev. It comes from the north of India.

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Golgappe

These little balls of flavor are so well-known for their ability to leave people wanting more that they have become some of the most well-known chaat dishes in India.

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Dahi puri

Dahi, chutney, and sev are poured over packed pani puri shells made of mashed potato and chickpeas.

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Papri chaat

A snack that originated in the Mughal court, papdi, dahi, diced potatoes, onions, chutney, and coriander leaves are combined to make this famous snack in northern India today.

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Samosa chaat

The samosa chaat is a modern variation that originated in most metropolitan areas. It is made by breaking the samosa flat and splattering it in dahi, tamarind chutney, and mint chutney.

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