India's Popular Street Side Chaats That Leaves You Salivating
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India has a diversity of foods made with ingredients native to various districts. But especially street food is what unites the foodies of our nation, and chaat is what comes to everyone’s mind when speaking of street food. Papdi, potatoes and even samosas are used in chaat preparations besides a host of spices and chutneys. It is sweet, crunchy, sour and spicy. So, today we are listing down all the Indian chaats that will leave you salivating. 

Chana Chaat

It is made by boiling black and white chana (grams) and then adding chopped tomatoes and green chillies. Chatpati chana chaat can also be topped with a host of mint, coriander and tamarind chutney besides mint leaves and pomegranate seeds.

Chatpati Aloo Chaat

Who does not like Aloo Chaat? It is a chaat that is made in almost every city of India. Some like it with sour sauce (khatti chutney), whereas others love it the sweet way. By the way, chatpati aloo chaat tastes best with green chutney.


A staple from Maharashtra, it is said that bhel puri started from the streets of Mumbai. But today, it has gone beyond all borders, and one can find bhel puri vendors across Delhi, Mumbai, and many other states.

Tikki Chaat

This chaat is made from Aloo Tikki. Green and red chutney are added to the crushed Aloo Tikki. Finely chopped onion is also added to this chaat in many places, which enhances the mouth-watering flavour!

Dahi Puri/Chaat

Yoghurt is used in many chaats, but the 'dahi puri' taste excellent. One can call dahi puri a close cousin of gol gappa, wherein curd is used instead of spicy, tangy water in dahi puri.

Papdi Chaat

Papdi chaat is popular street food from North India. The fun of eating papdi chaat with green and red chutney adds up to the flavour.