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Paan Ki Chaat

By Simplytadka1
Paan Ki Chaat
Paan is leaf which known by betel leaves in English. Mostly whole the Asia or especially in India, people consume paan as mouth freshener after dinner with tobacco or supari. Even paan can be serving in form of Indian sweet or dessert. But this time I had change the role of paan completely. I was prepared “Paan Ki Chaat” for my viewers, hope they will like it. For this recipe, you have to give crunchy and crisp texture to paan with frying procedure. Then serve with sauces, curd and spices as Indian street chaat like dahi bhalle or tikki. In this recipe, I prefer to add potatoes, cucumber, onion, tomatoes, coriander and pomegranates. But you can skip or change the any add-on ingredients as per choice. Today people may purchase street food for a number of reasons, such as flavor, taste and innovation are some reasons. Street food is ready to eat food which available in a street or public places. These are little cheaper than restaurant food. Paan Ki Chaat
Preparation Time: 15 Minutes Cooking Time: 20 Minutes Servings: 4 Category: Street Food
Ingredients: 12 Paan/ Betel leaves 1/2 Cup Gram Flour 1 Potato, boiled and chopped 1 Cucumber, chopped 1 Onion, chopped 1 Tomato, chopped 1/2 Cup Green Coriander Chutney 1 Cup Curd 1/2 Cup Tamarind Chutney/ Sweet Chutney Red Chili Powder to taste Roasted Cumin Powder to taste Black Pepper Powder to taste Salt to taste Chaat Masala to taste Pomegranate Sev Green Coriander, chopped Oil for deep frying
Paan Ki Chaat
Paan Ki Chaat
Instructions: Wash and clean the paan or betel leaves. Mix the gram flour, salt with little water to make thick consistency batter. Heat the sufficient oil in wok on high flame. When oil is hot enough, spread the batter on paan leaf and fry them one by one in oil on low flame. Place the crisp and crunchy paan leaves in plate. Add chopped potatoes, onion, tomatoes, cucumber and pomegranate over the leaves. Add green chutney, sweet chutney and curd. Sprinkle salt and spices according to taste. Garnish with pomegranates, sev and green coriander on the top.
Paan ki chaat is ready to serve.
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