Ragda Patties / Aloo Tikki Matar Chaat (Potato Patties with Yellow Pea Curry)

‘Ragda Patties’ or ‘Aloo Tikki Matar Chaat’ is one of the popular street foods of Mumbai. It nothing but a combination of simple ‘aloo tikki’ or potato patties and some common ingredients. I love to squeeze some lemon juice on top of the chaat if you wish you may replace it with yogurt or dahi… Continue reading Ragda Patties / Aloo Tikki Matar Chaat (Potato Patties with Yellow Pea Curry)

Ragda Vada Chaat (Lentil Fritter with Dried Yellow Pea Curry)

‘Chaat’, perhaps the most mouth watering term in Indian food dictionary! For people who are unaware, ‘Chaat’ is not one single dish but a type of street food snack that is very famous in India. It is a mishmash of several things that have the ability to hit the entire flavor note, sweet, salty, sour and savory. It has the texture, the crunch, a combination of chutney and sour yogurt to cool off the heat. It may look like quite a task to build a plate of ‘chaat’ and to tell you the truth, I had best ‘chaat’ during my…

Beetroot Raita

This is one of the colourful raita I often make. You can serve this to your fussy kids who always avoid milk products. Here I have used chopped onion as serve it with non veg dish but it tastes equally good if served without onion to accompany any veg rice or snack.

Aloo Tikki Chole Chaat (Potato Patties with Spicy Chick Pea Curry)

‘Aloo Tikki Chole Chaat’ is a popular street food of North India. ‘Aloo Tikki’ is spiced potato patties, whereas ‘Chole’ is a spicy and hot North Indian chickpea curry. The first time I had ‘Aloo Tikki Chole Chaat’ was at a shop at New Market, more precisely beside New Empire Cinema Hall during my college days, when we used to watch movies on regular basis with friends. My college was near Rabindra Sadan and Nandan was our hang out place since there were no Shopping Malls at that time. So New Market, Sriram Arcade and Treasure Island were our most…