Are you a chaat lover? I certainly am! Papdi chaat (also writteen as papri chaat) is one such chaat which I can never get enough of. It is made of a base of crunchy and crispy papdi (crispy small puris), topped with sweet, tangy and spicy chutneys. You then need to add spices like chaat masala, boiled potato and boiled chickpeas for added flavour. There are various versions of Papdi chaat recipe available on google, sharing here how I make it and which is massively adored by my guests.Continue reading “Papdi Chaat – Papri Chaat Recipe”
Success of a good Papdi Chaat lies in how good the Papdi is. Papdis are deep fried, crisp, small flour crackers with either carom seeds or Kasuri Methi. They are used in most chaat snacks like Papdi Chaat, Sev Puri, Bhel Puri, etc. They can also be enjoyed just plain (and tastes similar to Namak Paray) or with a cup of tea as snack. Below is the “step by step pictorial recipe of how to make papdi”. I must add though its a bit of time consuming activity, end result is great and you can keep it preserved for long.