Our love for Chaats has no end to it. The fusion of spicy, sweet and tangy taste makes us crave for more.Each state has a different style and recipe of making chaats. The same samosa chaat made in Delhi is different from the one in Bangalore. Let's look at the popular chaat corners of the country.
Delhi is known for serving mouth watering chaats. If you are from Delhi by this time you would have already pictured the places that's famous for chaats, specially Chandni chowk. There are 100's of chast corners and each place taste so delicious. Below are a few Delhi Chaat recipes that you can easily make at home now.
Kolkata needs no introduction about it's street food. From Rosogolla to the aloo chaat. Anyone who thinks of Kolkata can't get over city's food that is lip-smacking. Some of the best loved street side food are the raj kachori, papdi chaat, golgappa and many more. Before you go in search of the best chaats here are a few places you need to keep in mind, Park street, Share Market, Russel Street, VIP Market. look at these recipes of Kolkata street side food that you can make at home and enjoy with family.
Eating on the street side is something people in Mumbai enjoy the most. The wide range of lip smacking delicacies carry their own taste. There are certain street side foods like Dabeli, Vada Pav, or even Pav Bhaji that people can't live without eating. Some of the popular street side food places are Juhu Beach, Chowpatty Beach, khau Galli, and Crawford Market. Look at these recipes and see how easily you can make them at home.
Bangalore is famous for its authentic chaats and chaat shops that exist since decades. People always wants to go back to the old shops and have chaats over the new ones. Some of the typical Bangalore chaats are the Bhel puri, crispy Masala Dosa, Tikki Puri, Nippat masala, Congress Bun and more. The main food joint of Bangalore are the VV Puram food street, Malleswaram, Gandhi Bazar and Jayanagar 4th Block where people are always hungry for delicious street food, and not to forget bangaloreans love to end their chaat time with a fresh glass of filter coffee. Follow the below recipes to make them all by yourself at home.