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Tuesday, April 24, 2018

A - Z Indian Street Foods ~ T for Tikki Puri


Today's street food is a popular one in Bangalore and is on the similar lines as the nippat masala I posted earlier in this series. In fact, there are a few similar chaats locally where only the base changes and one ends up with a new kind of chaat and a new name. 

The flat puris in this recipe can be replaced with chaklis, chips, tomato slices and so on to end up with different versions. Today's chaat is a simple one to be honest but quite a tasty one if you ask me. I had used store bought sweet chutney and flat puris here and so, the chaat didn't take much time to assemble.
 Ingredients: (Yield 2 servings)
About 15 - 20 papdis / flat puris *
1 big onion, finely minced
1 carrot, peeled and grated
2 tbsp. chopped cilantro
1 tsp. chaat masala 
1 tsp. Salt to taste 
1 tsp. red chili powder (optional)
1/2 cup green chutney
1/2 cup sweet tamarind chutney
1/2 cup congress kadalekaayi / masala peanuts
1/2 cup sev
1/2 cup puffed rice
* Puffed puris can be used as well.

Assembling tikki puri:
* Combine minced onion, chopped cilantro and grated carrot in a mixing bowl.
* Arrange 7 to 10 puris on a serving plate. 

* Place a spoonful of vegetable mixture on each puri. Sprinkle a pinch or two of chat masala, salt and chili powder if using over each of them.

* Drizzle 1/2 spoon each of green chutney and tamarind - date chutney over each puri. 

* Then top each puri with sev (crisp, deep fried chickpea flour vermicelli) generously.

* Next sprinkle the spicy peanuts as much as needed.

* Finally top it off with a handful or two of puffed rice and serve immediately.
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12 comments:

Harini R said...

Very crisp pictures. Love this simple to assemble chaat. Whatever be the name, with all the flavors, I am sure we will like it.

Srividhya Gopalakrishnan said...

When it comes to chaat, we can make a lot to varieties with same base. This is one great Suma and pictures are droolworthy. Awesome.

Kalyani said...

I thought I commented ... anyways ..

Ur Bangalore based chaats including this one r making me very nostalgic. Like the nippattu chaat, I fell short of the kadlepuri to make this one. All d pics r so inviting, suma :)

Sandhiya said...

Wow, what a amazing looking chaat. Sounds so good,suma and you have presented them so well. Would love to grab that plate right now!!!

Priya Suresh said...

Wish i get that plate rite from my lappy screen, how prefect and catchy this chaat looks. Am sure this tikki puri will definitely become my favourite if i give a try at home.

Sharmila Kingsly said...

Tikki puri looks absolutely yumm... So well presented and i want some now !!

vaishali sabnani said...

Wow ! I could finish that crunchy munchy chat all by myself ! Like all the ingredients going in there , absolutely fantastic Suma , you left me drooling dear 😊

Gayathri Kumar said...

Wow! I am gawking at the pictures Suma. Such a tempting snack. I wouldn't mind this any time any day!

Pavani N said...

I’m going to look for those flat puri in Indian store next time I go. They look very convenient to make quick chats like this. The whole platter looks so inviting and so colorful.

Srivalli said...

Oh totally drool worthy! as you say, even if one component is changed, the entire dish gets a new avatar!..excellent one Suma..

Mayuri Patel said...

Scrolling down photo by phot was like trying to open up a parcel that has so many wrapping papers... each one you take off there is a surprise underneath. Awesome. I've got guests this coming week and will be making this awesome chaat.

Sapana Behl said...

Omg the tikki puri topped with peanuts, sev and murmura looks really inviting and I could finish it all in no time.