Indian Street Food | Sev Puri #chat #mumbaistreetfood #indianstreetfood

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PS : My pic doesnt have a generous serving… just potray the ingredients .It should be served with tons of Sev to cover the papdi’s.

A special treat from our Mumbai Street Food… I wouldnt say its Papdi Chat.Sev puri is typically Mumbaiya… and the Sev got to be thin… ( nylon sev) . 

Childhood in Mumbai .. is typically having chat every week while escorting Ma to the market and from the same vendor. The chat wala would  be generous and offer One extra papdi with just potatoes| Aloo and sev just incase the chat was spicy .

Serving : 4

INGREDIENTS:

Papdi’s24 Nos
Green Chutney1 Cup
Dates Chutney1 Cup
Boiled potatoes , chopped in little chunks2 Nos
Thin(Barik) Sev1 Cup
Cumin Powder2 Tblsp
Chat Masala2 Tblsp
Finely Chopped Onions1 Nos
Finely Chopped Coriander Leaves1/2 Cup

Recipe for Papdi’s , Green Chutney and Dates Chutney up in my blog. Click on the links in the ingredients.

DIRECTIONS:

Sev Puri is prepared by arranging 5-6 flat papdi’s , topping it up with chunks of boiled potatoes , drizzle of green chutney and red chutney ,loads of Sev on the top { definitely got to be generous.. cant be kanjoos (miser)}, a sprinkle of chat masala & cumin powder and garnishing with Onion and coriander leaves.

Sending this recipe to Pari’s Only Chat event.. Just in time .. that I can make it for the event.

Cheers
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Comments (40)

  • Who wud say no to delicious looking chat…looks very tempting

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  • Tats a quicky comment…
    Thanks Sharmilee…
    To be frank.. we have been hogging on chat for the last 3 days…

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  • Very tempting chaat..nice click:-)

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  • This one looks so tempting!! Feel like reaching out n grabbing some!!

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  • Delicious Sev puri..tempting clicks,superb

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  • yum yum…Lovely photos as usual 🙂

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  • Chat looks so tasty. Loved your snaps.

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  • Ooh delicious chat and you are tempting me to make this

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  • wow wow…I would love to eat some of these yummy sev chaat..Looks too good Sandy..

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  • wow what a mouthwatering sev puri… superb clicks dear…

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  • ahh..who says no that…

    drooling !!!

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  • Wow..if only I could get a taste of that..this is what I would really call mouthwatering!

    US Masala

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  • Droolzzzzz …….. Feel like grabbing one now.

    Cheers,
    Satrupa

    http://satrupa-foodforthought.blogspot.com

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  • Yummmm… Looks scrumptious…. I am also in the process of making chat….my this week's theme…:)

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  • i think i will win the drooling competition for this post Sandhya, looks fantastic, trust me first pic is enough to kill all we starving people and those nylon sav is my most fav i always bring from India and eat them little by little 🙂

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  • Drooling rite now here…simply irresistible..

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  • Looks so tempting..The weather here is so chilly and I really need something lik this to cheer me up 🙂

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  • now id love 2 have some of that for sure!

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  • Very tempting pics,reminds me of my childhood days…

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  • Awesome shots as usual Sandhya.. First snap is too tempting.. 🙂

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  • @ Ananda.. you are sooo damn funny…
    Glad this is really droolworthy 🙂

    Nylon sev is something very hard to get it in UK… I buy mild sev occasionally and try crushing them….

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  • looks lovely n nice click too

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  • Yummy,crunchy papdi chaat,looks too good to resist!

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  • Thanks Raje…it is Sev Puri only . Papdi Chat will have broken papdi and drizzle of yogurt over it and bit of Sev..

    Apologies to correct u … But tats the dish!

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  • Looks so tempting!!!! Wish to have some now 🙂

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  • Wow, Sandhya, what a wonderful presentation. I love sev puri.

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  • wow they really look really tempting sandy:)

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  • Love chaat and your pictures are making me hungry!

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  • Sandhya,thanks for ur comments, regarding ur q'n about dates n oats bread, just follow the same proportion dear, hope this helps..

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  • Sorry for writing this comment with mouth full of water. lovely and tempting pictures, Sandhya.

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  • Hello from Malaysia!!! 😉

    Hi Sandhya, thanks for dropping by and leaving your comments at my blog ya!

    I've just followed U at FB…;)

    Unfortunately I'm unable to view your dish images here due to very slow loading. Could be my connection. 🙁

    I'll be back! 😀

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  • Love this tempting chat & thanks for visiting my blog.

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  • Wat else i want..just gonna grab few from the click, tempting chats sandy!

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  • Thank u sandhya for ur quick comment!! For the seekh kabab, chana powder used here is also called as bhuna chana or bengal gram roasted..You have to simply powder the daal straight from the packet..

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  • droolworthy sev puri..love it..my DD 's faviourte and whenever we go wemembley first thing she orders is SEV PURI….!

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  • Love all the chaat items. Pics make me crave. I can imagine that wonderful taste:)

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  • delicious snack looks yummy

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  • Thanks Sandhya..i have changed my dish name as per your suggestion..

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  • Lovely pictures. and Sev puri is looking too good.

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  • I second Ananda… and same here now badly want to eat chaat now. Ur pictures rock asusual Sadhya…

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