Collection of Best Indian Chaat Recipes

Here is a collection of 20 Indian Homemade chaat recipes which can be easily made at home and the result is perfect, just like your street chaat wala. So do check out these Chats recipe and make them at home very soon. Here is how to make chaat recipes at home.

Here is a collection of Indian Home made best chaat recipes which can be easily made at home and the result is perfect, just like your street chaat wala.
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The Indian cuisine repository is filled with recipes and flavours of all kinds – sweet, salty, tangy, and spicy – name it, and you have it.

A quick look at the food consumed across different states and regions will tell you that we take Gastronomy quite seriously.

We love our food so much so that it has a bearing on our culture as well.

Be it the daily meals, or snack time munchies, we love nothing less than delicious food and feel extremely happy when we get our ‘Pet Poojas’ right.

The sheer number of restaurants and the kind of cuisines that they serve is a testimony to our love and obsession for food.

India is also a land of street food. There are probably as many streets food vendors as restaurants in every part of India, if not more.

These people serve you popular cuisines of all kinds – from simple home-style food to exclusive recipes that are hard to find even in the poshest hotels or restaurants around the country.

Of the many kinds of street food vendors who line up on the streets every evening, the chaat walas are probably our favourite.

Tea time or after office hours are incomplete without a customary visit to the chaat wala who serves lip-smacking and delectable street food at just a fraction of the price in a restaurant.

Chaats fill not just our tummies but also our minds as most of them serve as chit-chat times as well.

A hearty laugh here and a little gossip there with friends or loved ones is also another reason why we love our eat-outs at chaat corners.

The great thing about chaat recipes is that these snacks bring together a whole lot of ingredients packed with nutrients.

What is Chaat?

Chaat is Indian style street food which comprises a lot of delicious dishes like Paapdi Chat, Matar Ki Chaat, Aloo Chaat, Farali Aloo Chaat, Aam Aur Chana Chaat, and Dahi Puri recipes etc.

The base of these chaats like potatoes and papdis are rich in carbohydrates.

Serve them for snacks or even a main meal, they are quite satisfying.

I have curated a collection of Best Chaat Recipes which can be easily made at home and they taset great too.

The chutneys like Tamarind Chutney, and the Green Chutney, which accompany almost all chaat recipes, are packed with essential minerals and vitamins like Iron, Thiamin, Zinc, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, and Vitamin E.

Recipes that use curd or dahi bring in the goodness of calcium and proteins.

Chaats, though eaten as snacks, are filling meals by themselves.

Precisely why we all have that one friend who has a habit of skipping his/her dinner after having a plateful of chaat.

At Whisk Affair, the collection of recipes is diverse. Be it from a five-star restaurant or a street food vendor, we try to bring you the home-cooked variant of as many recipes as possible.

Our lineup of street foods also includes mouthwatering best chaats recipes that can easily be prepared at home for snacks.

Potato, mangoes, tamarind, pudina, chana – these recipes use ingredients found commonly in your kitchen. 

Wanna cook chaats with a twist? Try out Corn Chaat, and BBQ Nation Style Crispy Corn.

You can also make your own Chaat Masala at home easily. For health freaks, we have the Baked Papdis in place of regular.

So try out your favourite chaat recipe today and let us know how you like it! Here are some of the Best Chaat Recipes.

How to make Chaat Making at home easy?

Chaat dishes have lots of ingredients going on in a plate. If you keep the chutney’s and garnishing ready beforehand, it becomes a breeze to assemble the chaat.

Here are some points that you can follow to make chaat easily at home.

Make the Tamarind Chutney and Coriander Mint Chutney a day or two in advance.

Set curd at home. Store-bought is sour many times and it will not taste good in chaat.

Boil the potatoes, chana or matra a day in advance and refrigerate them.

If making homemade papdi or Golgappa, make them a day in advance and store in an airtight box

Best Chaat Recipes

Tamarind Chutney – Imli Ki Chutney conjures up a beautiful blend of sweet and sour tastes with a spicy hint. It can be used for making chaats or can be eaten with snacks.

Tamarind Chutney in a jar.

Green Chutney – Coriander and Mint Chutney are a must-have for Indian snacks and chaat’s. Learn how to make it perfect with this Coriander and Mint Chutney Recipe.

Mint coriander chutney served in a small chutney bowl

Chaat Masala Powder – Homemade Chaat Masala is one of the quintessential ingredients that you could make for yourself within minutes and it could be stored for quite some time.

Chaat Masala served in a bowl.

Dahi Vada –  

dahi vada served ina plate along with holi colours.

Bhel Puri –   

Bhel Puri Served in a plate.

Golgappa –     My   

Atta Golgappa served in a basket.

Papdi  Papdi resembles small pooris, but unlike poori, these are hard and crispy. These are used mainly in chaats or Indian fast foods.

Papdi stuffed in a box

Baked Papdi – Baked papdi or Indian style crackers is a healthy version of the regular Papdi and it tastes just as good as the regular fried ones.

Baked papdi in a box

Aloo Chaat – A tangy assemblage of crisp, cubed potatoes, masalas, chaat masala and sweet, pungent chutneys, Aloo Chaat reminds you of the flavours of Chandni Chowk.

Aloo chaat served in a plate

Papdi Chaat – Papdi Chaat is a yummy snack assorted with a crunchy base of poori which is topped with lip-smacking chutneys, veggies and curd.

Papdi chaat served on a plate.

Aloo Tikki – Aloo Tikki is a popular Indian street food which is basically crispy and spicy potato patty. It is one of the most popular chaat items and can be made easily at home too. 

Aloo tikki served on a plate.

Aloo Tikki Chaat – Aloo Tikki Chaat is one of the fav chaat dishes. It is a popular street food of India and is loved by many. 

Aloo Tikki Chaat served on a plate.

Matar Ki Chaat -Matar ki Chaat in general, is a very lip-smacking snack that has an assortment of right spices and soothing chutneys. Serve it hot.

Matar ki chaat in a plate

Pani Puri Pani – Paani Puri ka Paani used in Paani Puris is made using fresh, green coriander and mint leaves. Check out the five different flavours of pani and fill your golgappa with it.

Golgappe ka Pani served in a glass jar.

Bread ke Dahi Vade – Get soft and pillowy dahi vade with a soft centre each time using this Bread ke Dahi Vade recipe. Easy to make yet very delicious.

Dahi vada in a bowl

Dahi Puri  – Dahi Puri, which is puri or gol gappa topped with various chutneys, masalas and yogurt is easy to put together when all ingredients are pre-prepared.

Dahi Puri served on a plate.

Sweet Corn Chaat – Corn Chaat is a mix of buttered corn kernels which is tossed with condiments, veggies and a tad of tomato ketchup which renders it a superb flavour.

Corn Chaat served in a plate.

BBQ Nation style Crispy Corn Chaat – Perfectly coated with maida, rice flour, and corn flour, BBQ Nation Style Crispy Corn are pretty delicious and super easy Chaat snacks or appetiser to make.

Corn chaat in a plate

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  1. I have not made but just saw them on Bizarre Foods. They Were made and had a hole in top and served with two sauces to spoon inside They looked great so looking for those recipes.

  2. Chaat is my absolute favorite. I will have to make some now, since I am drooling looking at these beautiful pictures.