Sep 24, 2013

Thapuda Chaat


This time I shared “Thapuda Chaat”, get this idea through one regional TV Show. Two years ago, I saw thapuda chaat recipe in this show which attracts me lot. Now I get the chance to explore this recipe in my kitchen and share in my blog with readers. This cakes are really so tasty and spongy. These cakes are healthier more than potato cakes or tikki.




Thapuda chaat is platter of semolina and curd, based cakes and serves with sauces and curd as spicy street chaat.  This is my last recipe under street food category for BM#32 ABC Series. I choose carrots, onions and capsicum for this cake.

Here is list of all six recipes under street food:

Preparation Time: 30 Minutes
Cooking Time:  20 Minutes
Servings: 3
Category: Street Food

Ingredients:
1 Cup Semolina
1/2 Cup Curd
1/3 Cup Onion, finely chopped
1/3 Cup Carrot, grated
1/3 Cup Green Bell Pepper, finely chopped
2 Green Chilies, finely chopped
2 Tbsp. Green Coriander, chopped
1 Tsp. Ginger, grated
1/2 Tsp. Fruit Salt
Salt to taste
1/2 Tsp. Black Pepper

For Tempering
2 Tbsp. Clarifying Butter/ Oil
1/2 Tsp. Mustard seeds
4-5 Curry leaves

For Garnishing
Curd
Sweet tamarind Chutney
Green Coriander Chutney
Roasted Cumin Powder to taste
Black pepper Powder to taste
Salt to Taste
Chaat Masala to taste
Red Chili Powder to taste
Sev
Green Coriander, chopped





Instructions:
Combine the curd and semolina in bowl as thick consistency batter and keep aside for 15 minutes.
Finely chop the onion, carrots, bell pepper, coriander and chili.
Combine the chopped vegetables, ginger, salt, black pepper in curd mixture as fine paste.
Heat the ghee or oil in non-stick pan, add mustard seeds and curry leaves.
Add fruit salt in paste and mix well.
When mustard starts splutter, place the spoonful batter in pan.
Cover it for 10 minutes to cook completely. Flip it and cook again another side till to golden.
Follow the same procedure with remaining batter.
Now time to plating, Place the two to three cakes in one plate.
Spread curd, sweet chutney and green chutney.
Garnish with chopped onion, coriander and sev.
Sprinkle chaat masala, salt, red chili powder and roasted cumin powder.
Thapuda chaat is ready to serve.

Note:
Semolina and curd ratio must be 2:1.
You can replace the vegetables as per choice.
If you want to skip the fruit salt, just keep the semolina and curd batter for 4-5 hours to ferment.



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27 comments:

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  2. Wow Wow thats a very very tempting chaat dear :) looks super yummy !!

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  3. Am hearing this chaat for the first time, seriously loving it..thanks for sharing..

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  4. Interesting chaat..though would like to know is it proper street chaat from a state..if so from where...I have never heard this name, and wonder where they would serve such chaat.

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  5. a new recipe for me...and interesting name...would want to try for sure

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  6. It's good to learn so many street food recipe from different parts of country. This chat sounds delicious and healthy . Please share with is he region it belonged to...

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  7. wow.. i had never ever heard its name.. a new 1 !!!

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  8. Never heard of this one at all. Little like ravadosa and rava idli combined. Looks and sounds good though. Love the combination of vegetable you have chosen.

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  9. Bookmarking this one Preeti!! you have done it so well!! looks super delicious!!

    Sowmya

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  10. never heard one such till now but looks incredibly delicous dear...tikkis with chutneys

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  11. This chat looks very nice...good one Preeti..

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  12. I am a great chaat lover but never heard of this one sounds interesting very nice.

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  13. Something new to me, Looks wonderful..

    -Mythreyi
    Yum! Yum! Yum!

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  14. you have become the chaat queen of the BM. another delightful looking plate

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  15. That is a very interesting and delicious looking chaat.. yumm!!

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  16. Very interesting. Loved to read about this version.

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  17. Very new to me.Looks absolutely tempting...

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  18. A new one for me as well! Chaat is always nice, whatever be the name...

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  19. An relatively new concept to me, but looks stunning and appetizing as well :)

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  20. Very interesting and new one! Love any kind of chaat!

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  21. Loving this, truly. Lot healthier than potato version.

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  22. This is a very new chat to me. Looks so inviting...

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