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Indian Chaats: The Healthful and Delightful Aloo Paneer Chaat

Chaat is an adorable dish, makes up for the best of street foods, its invariably palatable and the perfect after meal snack. Chaat could be made to be more nutritious, and if prepared at home, nothing matches a nicely made chaat on summer evenings.

 

Chaat is an adorable dish, makes up for the best of street foods, its invariably palatable and the perfect after meal snack. Chaat could be made to be more nutritious, and if prepared at home, nothing matches a nicely made chaat on summer evenings.

Surprise your guests this time over by adding the delicious alu paneer chaat to the dinner menu!

Let's check out the recipe of chat.

Aloo Paneer Chat

Preparation Time 10 minutes

Cooking Time 15 minutes

Serves 4

INGREDIENTS

3 cups paneer (cottage cheese, chopped into cubes)

2 cups baby potatoes, boiled

25 mm. (1") piece ginger

5 to 6 green chilies, finely chopped

2 tbsp chaat masala

Juice of 1 lemon

5 to 6 tbsp oil

Salt to taste

FOR THE GARNISH

1/4 cup chopped coriander

We will now prepare Aloo Paneer chaat.

The ingredients for Aloo paneer Chaat are green peas, paneer, aloo, lemon juice, ginger, chaat masala, green chillies and salt.

We'll take a pan and pour 2 teaspoon oil in it. Spread the oil by lifting up the pan and very gently moving it.

Put cottage cheese cubes into the pan.

Fry it till it turns golden brown, while gently stirring.

When it turns golden brown, take it on a plate.

Keep a tissue paper on the plate before you add cottage cheese, such that the tissue paper soaks the oil.

Now in the same pan, we could put the potatoes. You may choose to put some oil as well, if required.

Stir these as you fry, right until the baby potatoes turn reddish brown.

Now we'll take them in a plate. The plate would have a tissue paper over it, so as to soak the oil.

Keep the baby potatoes boiled before you start, such that these fry quickly.

We will now add ginger to the pan, spread it nicely and then add green peas.

We can then saute it slightly.

Next, we add chaat masala to the mixture, followed by green chilli and lime juice.

We'll saute the mixture further.

Then we'll add fried baby potatoes that we had put aside to the mixture.

This would now be ready in very little time. We can turn off the gas.

Then, we'll add cottage cheese cubes to the mixture. Mix well.

Now, we'll add salt to taste.

We can now take this in a bowl.

The Aloo Paneer Chat is now ready to be served.

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