Indians and their love for street foods and chaats doesn’t need any introduction. With its tangy chutneys and crunchy garnishing, chaat ranks quite high on the list of beloved Indian street foods. And such is our love for these street style chaats that every region of the country has a ‘must-try’. Whether it is the famous dilli ki aloo chaat or the refreshing raj kachori from Rajasthan topped with overflowing and creamy dahi or the iconic bhel from Maharashtra, one cannot resist wanting more after each spoon! With the winters nearing its end, it is only fair to enjoy the gifts of the season for one last time, and what better way to do that than make a chaat out of it? That’s right, what we have for you here is a one of a kind matar ki tikki chaat that is moist, crunchy and all things flavorful.
Made with deep fried matar ki tikki, this matar chaat spells winter indulgence like no other dish. The tangy and spicy garnishing, creamy and cold yogurt and the distinct tasting tkki all come together to make a sure shot winner. This winter special matar ki chaat is easy to make and requires not more than a couple of major ingredients including winter peas (hara matar) which is the life of the dish. Interested to try it out? Here is the recipe for you.
Chaats are loved by all street food lovers
Matar Ki Chaat Recipe: How To Make Matar Ki Chaat
Start by either boiling or pressure cooking matar until it is soft and mushy, add salt and ginger to this. Once soft, mash and mix with besan which will act as the binding agent. Make tikkis out of the mix and fry them. Once fried, mash these tikkis and garnish with other ingredients like curd, dried spices, chutneys and coriander leaves. Garnish with sev or papdi if you like and get munching. For the detailed recipe, look at the video on the header section.
Looks delicious, right? Try this matar ki chaat before winter ends and let us known in the comment section how you liked the recipe.