Papri Chaat

I couldn't find a recipe here on 'zaar for this Indian dish, so I went searching on the net. With those recipes I found as a start, I created my own version, which is a bit healthier than the original, and easier, too. Papri is the name given to the crunchy bits of fried flatbread mixed into this salad. I use an easier and lower fat alternative in baking strips of prepared flatbreads. This must be tossed or assembled right before serving, or the papri become soggy.

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40mins
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directions

  • Cut roti in half, and then into strips.
  • Spread on a cookie sheet and bake at 350 F until dry and crisp, approximately 10-15 minutes.
  • Chop potato, tomato, and onion.
  • Combine veggies and chickpeas and mix.
  • Add cumin seeds and chaat masala and mix again.
  • Add the yogurt and chutneys and mix a third time.
  • At this point you may either mix in the papris, or serve the mix over the papris.
  • For a more attractive presentation, spread papris on a platter, top with the mixed veggies and spices, and top those with the yogurt and chutneys. Each person can mix up their own plate.
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"I couldn't find a recipe here on 'zaar for this Indian dish, so I went searching on the net. With those recipes I found as a start, I created my own version, which is a bit healthier than the original, and easier, too. Papri is the name given to the crunchy bits of fried flatbread mixed into this salad. I use an easier and lower fat alternative in baking strips of prepared flatbreads. This must be tossed or assembled right before serving, or the papri become soggy."
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  1. graffeetee
    I couldn't find a recipe here on 'zaar for this Indian dish, so I went searching on the net. With those recipes I found as a start, I created my own version, which is a bit healthier than the original, and easier, too. Papri is the name given to the crunchy bits of fried flatbread mixed into this salad. I use an easier and lower fat alternative in baking strips of prepared flatbreads. This must be tossed or assembled right before serving, or the papri become soggy.
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