10 Unique Chaat Recipes For Your Weekend Binge

Katori Chaat:What makes this chaat stand out is its presentation. Crispy fried shells (katoris) made from lentil fritters hold a delicious blend of chutney, yogurt, sev (thin fried noodles), and vegetables. 

Makki Dhokla Chaat:This twist on the classic Gujarati snack features soft and spongy corn dhoklas bathed in a symphony of chutneys, yogurt, and crunchy sev. 

Bhakarwadi Chaat:Bhakarwadi, a flaky fried roll filled with lentils and spices, takes center stage in this chaat. It's crumbled and tossed with chutneys, yogurt, onions, and cilantro for a delightful play of sweet, savory, and tangy notes. 

Bread Dahi Chaat:A delicious way to upcycle leftover bread! This chaat involves layering cubed bread with creamy yogurt, chutneys, and a medley of vegetables.

Dahi Bhalla Chaat:A classic favorite, Dahi Bhalla Chaat features fluffy lentil balls (dahi bhalla) soaked in yogurt and drizzled with chutneys and sev 

Aloo Tikki Chaat:This popular chaat features crispy potato patties (aloo tikkis) dunked in yogurt and chutney, then adorned with sev and chopped onions.

Fruit Chaat:A sweet and refreshing option, fruit chaat combines chopped seasonal fruits with a touch of lime juice, chaat masala, and black salt.

Khakra Chaat:This chaat uses khakhra, a crispy flatbread made from whole wheat flour, as its base. The khakhra is broken into pieces and layered with chutneys, yogurt, vegetables, and sev for a delightful mix of textures.

Palak Patta Chaat:A healthy and vibrant option, Palak Patta Chaat features crispy fried spinach leaves (palak patta) drizzled with chutneys, yogurt, and pomegranate seeds. 

Samosa Chaat:A deconstructed samosa, this chaat features the crispy shell filled with a mixture of mashed potato, chickpeas, chutneys, yogurt, and sev.