Potato Raita Chaat (Dahi Alu) -1
Dahi Aloo Chaat (Raita) - 1
This is one of the easiest chaats to make and a popular snack in North India. It is basically a Raita, served with chutneys to make it into a chaat.
That word Chaat means lick or to lick. Chaat dishes are so delicious that they make you want to lick your plate clean, smack your lips. The word Chaat is used for a group of hot, spicy, tangy, vegetarian snacks from north India, where they are traditionally sold by locally well recognized street hawkers. They are specially popular with people out for a walk in the cool of the evenings or when they are out to do their shopping. You can see people standing all around a Chaat Wallas cart, eating from their disposable plates, often licking their plates clean. The plates are often made from dry leaves of Sal tree, Shorea robusta , held together with thin sticks used as pins. These days, plates are either paper ones or made by pressing these leaves in moulds. Serves 4 as a snack/starter.
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