Street Food Series: Sev Puri Chaat Recipe

I am compiling easy to prepare Indian snack recipes on my blog and sev puri chaat is one among many chaat recipes. Please pre-plan and prepare all the basic base ingredients used in chaats like the puris or papdis and chutneys ahead of time and store it. 

Papdis can be stored upto 2 weeks in a airtight container and chutneys store in the fridge upto 2 to 3 weeks I normally freeze it.  The assembly is very easy later. This recipe measure serves 4 generous portions. We normally indulge in such snacks during tea time or before dinner and also serve these snacks at birthday parties.
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Ingredients:
10 Pre-made Papdis (Please follow the recipe and prepare ahead of time)
2 Large Boiled Potatoes
1 Large Onion (finely chopped)
1 Large Tomato (finely chopped)
2 Large Carrots (Peeled and grated)
10 Sprigs Coriander (finely chopped)
1/2 Cup Store-bought Sev (oma podi)
1 Tbsp Chaat Masala
8 Tbsp Tamarind Chutney
8 to 10 Tbsp Chilly Chutney
8 to 10 Tbsp Coriander Chutney
Salt as per taste...


Method:
I normally cook the potatoes in a pressure cooker and allow to reach room temperature and place the potatoes in the fridge until use. To prepare chaats always prep up some potatoes and reserve in fridge.

I would normally thaw the potatoes 2 hours a head of time before serving and then start to peel the potatoes  and gently crush in-between my fingers to crumble it or I will use a fork, please make sure not to mash it. Once the potato is crumbled season with salt and reserve.

Line a serving plate or tray with banana leaf we can also use fancy wrapping paper to make it look attractive depends on which occasion you want to serve these papdis.


Smear each papdi with 1 tbsp tamarind chutney. Top with crumbled potato followed by the onion, tomato and grated carrots. Before serving top with chilly and coriander chutney garnish with sev and chopped coriander, sprinkle chaat masala and salt serve right away...Enjoy😊



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