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Top 6 Indian Chaat to try in Bangkok

The aromatic spices and piquant sauces, chaat describes an entire cuisine of Indian street foods that offers various combinations of  exotic flavors, textures and tastes. Indian chaat is a group of foods which offers you delectable and spicy foods that can be made in a few minutes. Want to have Indian chaat at the best restaurant in Bangkok then head to Amritsr because they provide a plethora of chaat dishes which are made by their native chefs.
In this article, you will explore the top 6 Indian chaat which you can try, however they may look the same but in taste they are a bit different which give you sweet, salty, spicy, crunchy flavors.

Top 6 Indian Chaat which you can’t resist at the Indian restaurant in Bangkok:

Gol Gappe

Golgappa is also called pani puri. Basically they are deep fried round and hollow puris. Chefs generally fill savory ingredients  like mashed potatoes, chickpeas, peas, green chili etc to make them more delicious in natre. All in all, bittery and saucy water (imli water) can be filled in the hollow area which you can easily relish. You name it, they have everything to savor your taste buds in a few minutes because this snack doesn\’t take much time to make, just keep your ingredients ready on the platter.

Dahi Puri
Indian food at Bangkok is available at various eateries but Indian chaat at Bangkok that too with authentic flavours is hardly available. Second chaat in the list is Dahi Puri chaat. It is also a part of Indian street food and it is quite popular in the various regions of India. 

Made by stuffing crispy puris with some boiled potatoes and topping it with some sweet, sour and spicy chutneys, sev, onion and dahi –all these substances give a perfect balance to this Indian snack. Well suited for parties, weddings and functions, this can be prepared in advance for the people who adore this snack. Guests can easily customize it to their taste because they are already accustomed to having this snack.

Dahi Bhalla

Dahi Bhalla is a bifurcation of two words: Dahi means yogurt and Bhalla means deep fried lentil fritters. This is a popular north Indian street food that everyone would love to have this snack. There are various names of Dahi Bhalla like Dahi bara, Dahi baray, Dahi vada, etc. With some ingredients, this snack is easy to cook and easy to make. 

Bhel Puri

This dish is great combination of spicy and bittery textures. Basically this is made from puffed rice also  called bhel, and some crunchy pieces of fried dough strips called puri. Having toppings of green and tamarind chutneys, this is often mixed with lime juice, cilantro and handful of peanuts and sev.
Must have this indian snack with your friends to enjoy the tangy flavours.

Sev Puri

This Indian chaat is  similar to gol gappa and pani puri and  made using deep-fried unleavened bread balls. The filling part is a bit different in the making. Sev puri consists of  layers of potatoes, onions and chaat chutneys into the hollow puri ball. The puris are further  topped with crispy sev and  garnished with mango and chaat masala along with spices.

Aloo Tikki Chaat

Version of hash browns or potato pancakes, this Indian chaat is widely popular among Indians and other regions across India and Bangkok. This chaat is made from mashed and  boiled potatoes along with peas, onions and spices. The mixture is then formed into small kinds of patties and then these patties are fried. Aloo Tikki is generally  served with an array of chutneys and yogurts for dipping.

Want to enjoy the bittery, delectable and spicy Indian chaat then head to Indian restaurant in Bangkok. You may come across numerous restaurants but Amritsr is the best place to have Indian chaat. 

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