This popular chaat finds its origins in the by lanes of Delhi and now has a good fan following elsewhere in the country as well. In this aloo chaat recipe potato cubes are fried to a crisp and then topped with chatpata masalas, chopped onions, fresh coriander and lemon juice. Sometimes aloo chaat is also served topped with an array of chutneys. Weight watchers can enjoy this chaat by baking instead of deep frying the potatoes.
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