Chaat is a specialty of street snack vendors …
It comes from the state of Uttar Pradesh in North India, now popular throughout Asia. We met for the first time in Nepal under this name.
I would say that chaat is a conversation of several Asian dishes: samosa, daal and a few sauces, which is a good combination of hot and cool freshness. Of course, as often happens with fast food, chaat is usually treated additionally with ketchup or a mixture of ketchup and chilli sauce.
Recipe for 1 serving:
|hot mung daal||1/3 glass|
|finely chopped cabbage||handfull|
|small cubes tomato||1 small|
|chopped onion||2 spoon|
|thin rings of green chili||1 table spoon|
|chopped green coriander/parsley||1 spoon|
- Samosa shred on the plate.
- Pour the daal.
- Add the remaining vegetable ingredients.
- Put some curd.
- At the end sprinkle with greens.