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Sweet potato chaat

Indian chaat is a popular street food in India known for its vibrant flavors, tangy chutneys, and a combination of crispy, savory, and sweet elements. And this sweet potato chaat believed me is on another level. And we all love to eat that specially on fasting days like Ekadasi or special Vrat upvas day.

In India, there is a wide variety of chaat that are typically served from roadside stalls or food carts. Here's some information about Indian chaat:

Types of Chaat:

  • Bhel Puri: It is a savory snack made with puffed rice, sev (crispy chickpea flour noodles), chopped onions, tomatoes, boiled potatoes, and a tangy tamarind chutney.

  • Pani Puri/Gol Gappa: It consists of small, hollow, crispy puris filled with a mixture of flavored water (pani), tamarind chutney, mashed potatoes, onions, and spices. The puris are eaten in one bite, resulting in a burst of flavors in the mouth.

  • Papdi Chaat: It includes crispy, fried dough wafers called papdis topped with boiled potatoes, chickpeas, yogurt, tamarind chutney, mint chutney, and various spices. It is often garnished with sev and fresh coriander leaves.

  • Aloo Tikki: Aloo tikka is a spiced potato patty that is shallow-fried until golden brown. It is served with yogurt, tamarind chutney, mint chutney, chopped onions, and chaat masala.

  • Dahi Vada: Dahi vada consists of deep-fried lentil dumplings called vadas, soaked in yogurt and topped with tamarind chutney, mint chutney, roasted cumin powder, and chaat masala.

  • Samosa Chaat: It is made by breaking apart a samosa (triangular pastry filled with spiced potatoes ) and topping it with yogurt, chutneys, chopped onions, sev, and spices.

  • Ragda Pattice: It consists of shallow-fried potato patties (pattice) served with a flavorful white pea curry (ragda), chutneys, chopped onions, and sev.

These are just a few examples of the wide variety of chaat options available. Each region in India has its own variations and specialties when it comes to chaat.


Chaat is loved for its burst of flavors, textures, and the balance between sweet, spicy, tangy, and savory elements. It is a popular street food and a favorite snack for many people, whether they are exploring the bustling streets of India or enjoying it in Indian restaurants worldwide.

So here I am sharing a delicious sweet potato chaat,

The recipe is as simple as another chaat recipe. And you can eat this on your fasting day also(vrat upvas day )

Sweet potato chaat

  • Ingredients :

  1. Sweet potato

  2. Red chili powder

  3. Salt to taste

  4. Oil

  5. Jeera

  6. Sweet curd

  7. Roasted peanuts

  8. Coriander

  9. Curry leaves

  10. black pepper powder

  • Method:

  • Boiled some sweet potatoes. cut into chunks. Heat oil in a pan add jeera, chopped curry leaves sweet potatoes, salt to taste, red chili powder, black pepper powder and lemon juice. Mix it well all nicely and make sure it won't get messy so be careful while you mixing.

  • On the other side take curd and add to that sugar and mix it well to make sweet curd until the sugar dissolves.

  • Now Take another bowl and add some sweet potatoes pour some sweet curd into that top it with roasted peanuts and garnish with lots of freshly chopped coriander.

  • And enjoy.

I hope you like this recipe. This is a very short simple and yummy recipe hope you do give it a try and enjoy do let me know in the comments if you try any of this.

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