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7 Layered Chaat | Bhalla Papdi Chaat

7 Layered Chaat | Bhalla Papdi Chaat is a lip-smacking appetiser with a burst of sweet, spicy and tangy flavours.
Course Appetizer, Snack
Cuisine Indian Cuisine
Keyword Festival Food, Street Food
Prep Time 30 minutes
Servings 4

Equipment

  • Jars
  • Mixing Bowls

Ingredients

  • Dahi Bhalla
  • Papdi store-bought
  • Potatoes boiled and chopped thin
  • Chickpeas boiled
  • Sprouts boiled

Chutneys

  • Sweet Tamarind Chutney
  • Spicy Green Chutney
  • Garlic Chutney
  • Whipped Yoghurt

Spices

  • Black Salt
  • Red Chilly Powder
  • Yellow Chilly Powder
  • Black Chaat Masala
  • Salt

Garnish

  • Sev
  • Boondi
  • Coriander Leaves
  • Carrot finely shredded

Instructions

Let us Assemble the Jars

  • Begin with a thin layer of Tamarind Chutney.
  • Next add a layer of boiled Black Chickpeas, season with salt and
  • Break the Dahi Bhalla into two pieces, and make the third layer. Top it up with some whipped greek yoghurt. Season the yoghurt with salt. Sprinkle chaat masala.
  • Time to add the boiled Moong Sprouts.
  • Next, break some papdi into pieces and add to make the next layer.
  • Mix black salt and chilly powders to boiled chopped potatoes. Spread them over the papdi.
  • Layer with yoghurt, add the chutneys as per taste.
  • Season with all spices. Garnish with sev, boondi, shredded carrot and coriander.
  • Our jars are ready to serve.

Notes

  • The jars look very trendy and I like to serve them for small gatherings. For bigger parties, I use a platter.
  • Greek yoghurt is thick and creamy, it stays stable in jars without leaving the moisture. For a platter, I use thick yoghurt, but dilute it with milk.
  • Add a pinch of sugar, it will enhance the taste.
  • Use different seasonings between layers, this way there is a balance in taste.
  • The Black Chickpeas can be substituted by White Chickpeas.
  • I vary the garnish according to availability and season. Grated Beetroot, Pomegranate Pearls, Grated Ginger, Green Chillies make an excellent garnish.
  • Any crunchy farsaan is a good substitute for Sev and Boondi.
  • Serve the jars along with an extra bowl of yoghurt, some chutneys and spices.
  • Make it a DIY Chaat Party. Let your guest assemble their jars and have fun.