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Thursday, August 16, 2007

Dahi Bread chaat

Dahi bread chaat..... this is one of the easiest of all the chaat items I make. I learnt it when i was in fifth standard... yeah that young.... my friends mom used to make this... andi used to love it....It tastes yummy, the pics arent doing justice to the taste of this chaat.( i did a bit over dressing to it...so its over flowing..:P...sorry)..this particular recipe requires no cooking...and can be made in perfect 10 minutes or faster. I will replace this pic when i have better pics of this recipe. Till then enjoy this easy to make, lip smacking recipe.

Do try this chaat and letme know. I am giving ingredients for one plate chaat (serves 1).

For this recipe u need :

Bread slices : 4
Curd : 3 tbsp or more according to ur taste
Red Chilli powder - 1 pinch
Salt to taste
Tamarind chutney - 1tbsp
Green chutney - 2 tsp
Chaat masala - 1/2 tsp
Fresh corinader
Bareek Sev


Method:

In a big bowl, fill it half with water and add some salt to it. Dissolve the salt. Now dip the bread slices in the salt water , keep the slice on ur palm and squeeze the water out...keeping the bread shape intact... (have attached picture..)




Place the bread in your serving plate, one on top of the other. Now beat the curd adding a bit of salt to it. Pour the curd mixture on top of the bread. Now garnish the bread with all the left out ingredients one by one. firstly pour the tamarind chutney and the green chutney. Now sprinkle some salt (if needed).. red chilli powder (skip if serving to kids).....chaat powder, fresh coriander and sev.




Serve as it is. This is a good evening snack and a great party item. Try it out and see it become an instatnt hit.

4 comments:

Kruthika Sridhar said...

Hey ! nice recipe..will try it for sure.

SHUBHA said...

thanx kruthika...:)

Anonymous said...

Hi shubha,landed on ur orkut profile searching for someone and got ur blog url frm there...spent 5 mins on ur blog and got this recipe and made it now...Trust me, it came out superb....hubby was surprised to find it so easy yet so tasty...the only addition i did was to add one grated potato and onions to the chat...yummy i must say...would definitely be a regular from now on...
--Anu

Shubha said...

Thank u so much Anu... I ma glad u liked the recipe...:)