Aloo Chaat is one of the most popular strrt foods of India and is often eaten as a snack. Aloo Chaat is a simple snacked prepared with boiled potatoes and chaat chutneeys. Srinathji's will fill your heart by serving the best chaat.
Samosa Chaat is served by adding a plate full of peas or chole masala, mashed samosa with freshly cut veggie toppings and a dash of lemon goodness.
A mouthwatering chaat made with fried potatoes and chickpeas topped with yogurt, mint and tamarind chutney and pomegranate pearls.This dahi aloo chaat is also a ideal recipe for fasting days.
In this delicious chaat, you will get to taste the sweetness of curd, soft melt-in-the-mouth potatoes, crispiness of papdi and the Indian spices that add their own zing and spiciness to the dish.
Dahi Samosa Chaat is a very popular lick of North India which serves to refresh the mood of everyone. Adding yogurt to the samosas filled with boiled potatoes makes the chat special.
Both chole and samosa are hot favourites of almost all Indians. When the two are combined and topped with myriad exciting ingredients like tangy chutneys, crunchy onions and crisp sev, the resulting chaat is totally irresistible.
Cheese chaat is prepared with grated cheese, potatoes, sev, sweet chutney and chaat masala.
Every bite of delicious all mixed chaat is sure to tingle your taste buds and also fill you up with the goodness of moong sprouts, chana, vegetables and corn. A crunchy and protein rich mixed chaat or salad makes every meal a healthy one!
Sev poori, as the name indicates is sev topped on puris or papdis, along with potatoes and chutneys. Tangy, crisp and tongue tickling are some words that comes to our mind when we think of sevpuri.
Bhelpuri is made with puffed rice and sev (a vermicelli-like snack made from gram flour).These dry ingredients are then mixed with potatoes, chat masala, and chutney. It is spicy, but also sweet, tart, and salty and can be adapted to enhance any of those characteristics. The versatility in taste is the beauty of bhel puri.
Crisp semolina puris filled with sprouts and chilled mint flavoured water make a great snack for a hot summer afternoon.They are known as "golgappas" in northern India and as "poochkas" in West Bengal.
This chaat has its name name Delhi Batata Poori or Dahi Sev Batata Poori, since dahi (yogurt),sev (fried thin gram flour vermicelli), batata (aloo in Hindi or potato in English) and pooris are used to make this awsome snack.
Chaat combos in Srinthji's will bring you the satisfaction of tasting the whole world of chaats together. Mixing the different tastes together as a combo can fill your stomach and heart at a time.