9 Recipes for Chaat You Can Make At Home

Chaat reminds us of many things. For some it might remind them of the evening spent with friends and family. For some it may bring back many precious memories from school. For some it might just remind them of the rains. Whatever be the case, chaat has a very special place in every Indian’s heart. Chaat is all feels. The best thing about this snack is that you can easily make it at home. Super easy and filling, this is the best thing you could make for yourself when you are feeling hungry or if you’re just bored and need a bite. Find some of the best chaat recipes from around the country that you can make at the comfort of your home below.

1. Sev Puri

Sev puri is one of Bombay’s original creations. It is loved by all. The crisp puri perfectly complements the sweet, tangy toppings.

2. Pani Puri

This recipe will take you to the streets of Calcutta. Puchka as they call it, is simple and easy to make. A few set of ingredients are all you’ll need. Watch the video and know more.

3. Bhel Puri

A popular Indian evening snack, this is super easy to make! Watch Ruchi make it in a jiffy.

4. Dhai Puri

This is a healthy and hearty chaat dish. All the yummy filling is spooned into the puri and spiced yogurt in poured all over the puris. Serve the dhai puris immediately to prevent them from becoming soggy.

5. Aloo Tikki

Aloo tikkis are spicy potato patties. They make a great evening snack and also a great party snack.

6. Dhokla

Dhokla is a very famous Gujarathi snack. It is perfect for a rainy day. Just relax with a plate of steaming hot dhoklas and enjoy the rain.

7. Bread Katori Chaat

Bread katori chaat an easy Indian evening snacks or veg starter recipe. This katori chaat is made from bread and is very easy and different.

8. Macaroni Chaat

Make this fusion dish at home and love making it again and again! This makes a great after school snack.

9. Ragada Pattice

This is another famous street food. A variety of spices, chutneys and condiments are smeared over peas curry or ragda which is spooned over the potato tikki.