5 Old-Delhi Chaat Recipes Every Street Food Lover Must Try

There is no shortage of food stalls, eateries and eateries in Delhi. Every neighborhood is bound to have a store offering a tantalizing array of delicacies. While speaking of the heart of Delhi, Old Delhi is filled with a bewitching and hearty aroma of Mughlai delicacies like biryanis, kebabs, chaats and more. Irresistible flavors, heavy use of tangy spices and more, chaat is one of the most popular street foods in Delhi. If you are someone who loves chaat and Old Delhi style recipes, it’s time for us to reveal the surprise to you. Here we offer you 5 Old Delhi style chaat recipes that you can easily prepare at home with simple and easily accessible ingredients. Yes, you heard right! Let’s start with the recipes.

Kulle Ki Chaat, Daulat Ki Chaat and more, here is a list of 5 Old-Delhi style chaat recipes to try at home:

1. Kulle Ki Chaat – Our recommendation

Let’s start with this one. Kulle Ki Chaat is a small bite that can tantalize your taste buds. The word ‘kulle’ means cups that are hollowed out of fruit or tubers like watermelon or boiled potatoes and are stuffed with chickpeas and a host of tangy spices. Click here for recipes.

2. Daulat Ki Chaat

A sweet delight! This very popular chaat recipe is actually a frothy dessert made by churning milk rigorously for hours, then letting it sit overnight. Click here for the detailed step-by-step recipe for daulat ki chaat.


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3. Paapdi Ki Chaat

Here we bring you one of the most popular street foods in North India, Paapdi Chaat is a delicious blend of spices, curd and crispy fried paapdis. While there are many ways to make paapdi chaat, this particular papdi chaat recipe is a mouth-watering gem from the streets of Old Delhi. Click here for the recipe.

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4. Old Delhi Ki Fried Aloo Chaat

A crispy fried potato chaat from the streets of Old Delhi. Mixed with tangy tamarind and mint chutney, this fried aloo chaat is a must. To prepare it at home, you just need to cut boiled potatoes into cubes, fry them, add spices and chutneys. There, you prepare your cat! Click here for the recipe.

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5. Fruit Cat

The easiest and healthiest! To prepare this chaat, you just need to cut fruits like papaya, banana, apple, watermelon, add lots of chaat masala and lemon juice to give the tangy and tangy flavor. Yes that’s it! So next time eat your fruit this way and let us know how you liked it.

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That’s it! Now that you know what to do, give these recipes a try and let us know which turned out to be your favorite in the comments section below.

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