Dahi Pakodi Chaat | How to make Dahi Pakodi Chaatby Farrukh ShadabCreated on 16th Dec 2015

  • Dahi Pakodi Chaat, How to make Dahi Pakodi Chaat
Dahi Pakodi Chaatby Farrukh Shadab
  • Dahi Pakodi Chaat | How to make Dahi Pakodi Chaat (254 likes)

  • By Farrukh Shadab
    Created on 16th Dec 2015

About Dahi Pakodi Chaat

Dahi Pakodi Chaat is a tantalising street food/chaat of soft and spongy split green gram lentil fritter, chutneys and yogurt, adored by all the chaat lovers. Fried and soaked pakodis can be stored under refrigeration for 2-3 days. My refrigerator is always stocked with green mint chutney and seasonings are ready on the kitchen rack. So whenever we have a craving for this yum dahi pakodi chaat, all needed is to muster them together and terrific Chaat Plate is ready for you to gobble any time of the day. This wonderful dahi pakodi chaat makes an a stunning menu for any occasions, festivities, kitty parties and even potlucks. Let’s go through how we do it at home….

  • Prep Time15mins
  • Cook Time15mins
  • Serves4People
Dahi Pakodi Chaat

Ingredients

  • 1 cup, split green gram ( dhuli moong dal)
  • 1 green chili ( you may add more)
  • 1 teaspoon, ginger, grated
  • 1 teaspoon, cumin seeds
  • A generous pinch of soda
  • Salt as required
  • Oil for Deep frying
  • For Soaking pakodis:
  • Warm water as required

Steps

  1. Clean, wash and soak moong dal in enough fresh water for 2-3 hours Drain the water and grind moong dal along with grated ginger, green chili and cumin seeds to smooth paste without using any water.
  2. Transfer it into the bowl , add soda and little salt. Whisk well to form batter of thick pouring consistency. Add few tablespoons of water if required. Do not add to much water at a time or else batter will be too thin.
  3. Combine warm water, salt and sugar in a large bowl Heat enough oil in deep pan or kadhai Once the oil is hot, carefully drop the spoonful of batter and deep fry on medium high heat until light golden and crisp.
  4. Drain on to absorbent paper and add the fried dumpling to warm water mixture. Allow it to soak for 45 minutes.
  5. Repeat the same for remaining batter. After 45 minutes or at the time of serving, squeeze the pakodi (dumplings) to drain off the excess water.
  6. Assembly of Chaat:-
  7. Add rock salt and little water( if yogurt is too thick) to the yogurt and mix well. Arrange the squeezed dumplings on the serving plate, slightly press them to crush it a bit.
  8. Sprinkle the required amount of lemon juice on the pakodis. Pour green chutney and tamarind chutney over it.
  9. Pour whisked yoghurt, sprinkle roasted cumin powder, chaat masala, red chili powder, chopped onions, fine sev and coriander leaves. Serve immediately.
  • Indu Gupta3 months ago

    Looking delicious

  • shivangi sharma5 months ago

    Looks delicious!!! I can't resist chaat ever..

  • Swati Godambe7 months ago

    mast :ok_hand: :ok_hand:

  • Seema Nayak8 months ago

    yummy

  • Harbhajan Kaur9 months ago

    yummy

  • Sarita Mishraa year ago

    Yammy

  • Mitu Jayaswala year ago

    Tempting....

  • Sarita Mishraa year ago

    Very tasty

  • Geetha Veeramania year ago

    tasty

  • Lakshmi Venkatramana year ago

    awesome

  • Vibha Guptaa year ago

    makes yummy treat on festive occasions. !!This time it'll be a great holi treat. !!!