Chaat. It’s what’s for dinner.

The other day I found myself alone at mealtime. No kids. No hubby. Just me.
Know what I had?
I had this.


And this.


Now, if you’re a normal Mexican/Chinese/Thai food enjoying kinda person – chances are you’ve had Indian food. Although I’m not saying that you’re abnormal if you don’t enjoy the ethnic aisle, no judgements (but you ARE missing out you big boring weirdo). Anyway, you recognize the chick peas and the bread – they are staples in any good Indian buffet. But it’s the dish in the first picture that gets me going.

In India, street food is called Chaat – it’s the fast food of my people. What I had is called Dhai Puri – which means yogurt bread. Except the little round bread is fried to a crisp, stuffed with other fried foods, and then drizzled with a yogurt sauce. There’s also a tamarind sauce and garlic chili sauce on top – and more fried bits for good measure.
Healthy? No! Delicious? Yes!
The end.

6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Bill Mc.
    Nov 20, 2013 @ 20:09:20

    Mmmm….Is there a place to get chaat near Yardley? I know of a few places in New Jersey, and the fabulous Mood Cafe in Philadelphia. But it would like not to drive quite so far…


  2. Bill Mc.
    Nov 20, 2013 @ 20:39:09



  3. Himani B
    Nov 20, 2013 @ 20:54:34



  4. Petit World Citizen
    Nov 21, 2013 @ 08:17:52

    I love the chick peas, the bread and definitely the ethnic food aisle!! 🙂 Thanks!


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