Do you love to host in style? Your focus would always be on the presentation than taste, right? But you can achieve both in this special snack recipe that tastes good and looks even better. Turning a regular street food into a gourmet serving, this recipe will let you show (and show off) your creative side to your guests. This weekend, if you have guests coming over, turn to this unique dahi papdi chaat recipe without a doubt. Firstly, the refreshing curd and other ingredients make for a perfect summer snack and secondly, it turns out as a potpourri of eye-popping colours that makes it an incredibly attractive dish.
The picture-perfect recipe for layered dahi chaat was shared by food vlogger Nidhi Bothra on her Instagram handle ‘naturallynidhi’. The chaat boats of sever layers of deliciousness. A variety of ingredients are used, which are commonly available, and chances are they are already present in your kitchen. Let’s see how to make the 7-Layer Dahi Chaat.
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How To Make Layered Dahi Chaat I Unique Dahi Papdi Chaat Recipe:
Take out a glass ice cream bowl or any fancy bowl. Line it with lightly crushed papdi and place potatoes covered with beetroot paste. Then put a thick layer of creamy dahi (curd) and top with moong sprouts, coriander chutney, boondi and small dhokla pieces. Add another layer of curd and garnish with sev, pomegranate, fresh mint leaves, chilli-cumin powder and rose yoghurt (optional).
Sounds tempting? Wait till you see the recipe video and get impressed with its appearance:
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Imagine the variety of flavours, colours and textures you’ll get in one bowl. Even if you skip an ingredient or two, you’ll manage to serve dahi papdi chaat like never before. And if you still want to make dahi chaat the traditional way, we have some amazing dahi chaat recipes for you.
About Somdatta SahaExplorer- this is what Somdatta likes to call herself. Be it in terms of food, people or places, all she craves for is to know the unknown. A simple aglio olio pasta or daal-chawal and a good movie can make her day.