Chaat is Indian street food, and it is amazing!
People of India cut across barriers of class, religion, gender and ethnicity are passionate about street food.
Chaat, a dish that's almost impossible to describe but nails just about every bliss point. Salty and sweet, crunchy and creamy, saucy and tangy with a kick of spice and a blast of funk, chaat represents some of the boldest and most comforting cooking of the Indian subcontinent. And there is some damned delicious chaat in Jacksonville these days.
All popular Indian street foods from Samosa , Kachori, Bhel Papdi, Dhahi Bhalle to Paani puri, Papdi Chaat and Sev puri heavily influence the ever so versatile chaat. Of course, every nook and corner has its own creative spin on it.
And one of the best part of our store is it provides the taste of street food of India in the heart of Jacksonville as a chaat house in our store.
BhelPuri or simple Bhel is a savoury snack item or kind of Chaat, made out of puffed rice, onion,potato and a tangy tamarind sauce. Major ingredients used to made Bhel are tomatoes, onions,chilis Sev,Chat masala and chutney. Type of chutneys is the responsible for the flavour like sweet,tangy or spicy.
Papdi chaat is one of the delicious street side snacks loved by both young and the adults. It closely resembles sev puri but it is actually quite different from it. Papdi chaat is very famous in Delhi. Here, we place some small quantity of potato mixture over the crispy puris and later on, top them with 2 types of chutneys which makes the snack aromatic and lip smacking
Samosa Chaat is an extremely flavourful snack that is amongst some of the most popular street foods in India. Whenever I make punjabi samosas or aloo samosas, I always save a few to make this dish. It basically consists of a crushed crunchy potato stuffed samosa taht is then topped with channa/chickpeas, yoghurt, sweet and tangy chutneys and some fine sev (gram flour vermicelli). Each bite of this delicious snack is a burst of incredible flavours.
We feel good when we think about rasgulla. You already know about chat but do not know about rasgulla chat. It is very special dish for summer. Here you can use sugar free home made rasgullas. You can serve to your children and new arrivals. So simple to prepare it.
Aloo chaat - it’s a delight to watch the baby potato turn into something so exciting! Tiny potatoes, marinated in Indian spices and sautéed in oil, are served topped with delicious chaat toppings, moong and sev.