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      Baked Katori Chaat

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      Time40 Min
      DifficultyIntermediate
      Serves4

      From the delicious variety of Indian cuisine comes this Baked Katori Chaat that will surely become your new favourite snack in no time. Ideally consumed as a light snack in between meals, you can prepare Baked Katori Chaat at Home in just forty minutes. With delicious and crunchy ingredients, this chaat will be loved by adults and kids alike and is also a nutritious snacking choice. Believed to ha ... ve originated a few centuries ago in parts of North India, chaats are now an endearing and inseparable part of the local cuisine in the Indian subcontinent. One theory also claims that it was in the Mughal emperor Shahjahan’s kitchen that chaat was first prepared. They are usually rich in flavour and combine a wonderful mix of sweet and spice and this Baked Katori Chaat is no different. A number of spices ensure an explosion of flavours in your mouth and this is balanced by the sweetness and the freshness of pomegranate and tomato. Once you have learned How to make Baked Katori Chaat, you can make several modifications to suit your preferences. A spicy pudina chutney or a stronger sweet and sour tamarind sauce can make the dish more appealing to those who crave for richer flavour. The Baked Katori Chaat Calories count is just a little less than 300 per serving so it is advised that you consume the dish in moderation.

      Nutrition Info. (per serving)

      ProteinFatCarbsFibre299 Cal299 Cal299 Cal299 Cal
      • 11gProtein
      • 5gFat
      • 52gCarbs
      • 12gFibre

      Ingredients

      Dry Grocery

      Atta

      Atta

      1.5 cups

      Refined Oil

      Refined Oil

      1 tablespoon

      Salt

      Salt

      1 teaspoon

      Kabuli Chana

      Kabuli Chana

      200 g

      Chat Masala

      Chat Masala

      1 teaspoon

      Red Chilli Powder

      Red Chilli Powder

      1 teaspoon

      Black Salt

      Black Salt

      0.5 teaspoons

      Boiled Chickpeas

      Boiled Chickpeas

      200 g

      Dry Drocery

      Sev

      Sev

      50 g

      Fruits & Vegetables

      Boiled Potato Dices

      Boiled Potato Dices

      100 g

      Ginger

      Ginger

      1 teaspoon

      Onion

      Onion

      1 unit

      Pomegranate

      Pomegranate

      0.5 unit

      Tomato

      Tomato

      0.5 unit

      Other

      Baking Soda

      Baking Soda

      1 pinch

      Pepper

      Pepper

      0.5 teaspoons

      Coriander Leaves

      Coriander Leaves

      6 g

      Sweet Tamarind Sauce

      Sweet Tamarind Sauce

      2 tablespoons

      Mint Chutney

      Mint Chutney

      2 tablespoons

      Water

      Water

      3 cups

      Directions
      1
      In a mixing bowl add all dry ingredients together. Mix well. Now slowly add water to the mixing bowl (4 tablespoon) and start combining the ingredients together to form a tight dough.
      2
      Transfer the dough into a container and let it rest for 10 minutes.
      3
      Preheat the oven at 180 degrees C. Take medium size steel bowls (katoris) and grease the backside of it with a little oil. After resting, divide the dough into equal portions and roll into round balls. Roll out the ball into a thin circular disc. Prick the disc with a fork to prevent it from puffing up when baking. Repeat this for all the dough balls.
      4
      Now place this forked disc on top of the inverted greased steel bowls (katoris). Pinch and fold the loose side tightly. The dough should share the katori. Repeat with the remaining dough balls.
      5
      Place the bowls on a tray, inside the oven and bake it for 12-15 minutes till it gets crispy. Once done take it out, allow it to cool. Demould it and set aside.
      6
      Fine chop the coriander leaves, green chilli tomato and onion. Keep it aside.
      7
      Take a mixing bowl and add boiled potato dices, boiled chickpeas, chopped veggies, red chilli powder, chaat masala, black salt and black pepper. Mix well.
      8
      Add 2 tablespoons of sweet tamarind chutney and 2 tablespoons of green chutney. Mix well with all other ingredients and check seasoning.
      9
      Put the mixed chat in baked kachori cups. Garnish it with sev, chopped coriander leaves and pomegranate.
      Health Benefits of Baked Katori Chaat
      The Baked Katori Chaat Benefits all come from the wide range of ingredients that are used to make it. The dish will give you plenty of energy and can recharge your batteries on a long, tiring day. Thanks to the kabuli chana, you also get a good amount of protein in every bite that is very important for muscle health and development. The dish also packs a large number of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that will improve your overall health and immunity. Since the dish is made from largely natural and unrefined ingredients, it is wholesome and rich in good carbs and adds a significant amount of fibre to your diet making it a perfect option for those wanting to lose weight. Watch the Baked Katori Chaat Video linked below and whip up this exciting and healthy snack at home today!

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