Easy Shakarkandi Ki Chaat | Sweet Potato Chaat

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Now time to reveal the letter E, here is recipe starts with letter E i.e. Easy Shakarkandi ki Chaat. It is super tasty and easy to make chaat which you can enjoy in winter season. For this chaat, we need only few ingredients like roasted sweet potato, chutney and lemon juice, salt. You can cook the sweet potatoes in pressure cooker or roast in oven also. It’s a great alternative of fried aloo chaat, very healthy and easy to prepare.

 

 

Generally, we roast the sweet potatoes on regular tawa and cover it by big sauce pan. It’s work like an instant tandoor. The taste of sweet potatoes are awesome, little sweet in taste and moist also. Even you can eat them directly without adding any salt or chutneys.

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Here is previous options of A-Z Indian Street food List :

A : Aloo Tokri Chaat

B: Besan Bread Toast

C: Corn Tehri

D: Dabeli

E: Easy Shakarkandi Chaat

 

Check out our other chaat recipes on blog

Cocktail Idli Chaat

Kalmi Vada Chaat

Aloo Chaat

Paan Ki Chaat

Thapuda Chaat

Chana Dal Chaat

 

Check our recipe, how to make shakarkandi ki chaat at home.

What we need to cook shakarkandi ki chaat

4 Roasted Sweet Potatoes

Sweet Tamarind Chutney

Green Chili and Coriander Chuntney

Green Coriander, Chopped

Roasted Cumin Powder

Black Salt to Taste

Lemon Juice to Taste

 

Rinse the Sweet Potatoes in water and pat dry with a kitchen towel. Apply some oil all over and keep it for roasting on griddle and cover it with big pan. You can also grill the sweet potatoes or roast in the oven or you can boil them in pressure cooker. Keep the sweet potato turning after a 4-5 minutes on tawa, so that its evenly cooked. Roast them till it’s completely tender and cooked. Peel the skin and cut into diced. Now take a big bowl and combine chopped sweet potatoes, chutneys, salt, and lemon juice and cumin powder. Add chopped coriander and mix everything properly. Shakarkandi or Sweet Potato chaat is ready to serve.

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Shakarkandi Ki Chaat | Sweet Potato Chaat

It is super tasty and easy to make chaat which you can enjoy in winter season. For this chaat, we need only few ingredients like roasted sweet potato, chutney and lemon juice, salt.

Course Street Food
Cuisine Indian
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Servings 2 people
Author Preeti Garg

Ingredients

  • 4 Roasted Sweet Potatoes
  • Sweet Tamarind Chutney
  • Green Chili and Coriander Chutney
  • Green Coriander, Chopped
  • Roasted Cumin Powder
  • Black Salt to Taste
  • Lemon Juice to Taste

Instructions

  1. Rinse the Sweet Potatoes in water and pat dry with a kitchen towel. Apply some oil all over and keep it for roasting on griddle and cover it with big pan.

  2. You can also grill the sweet potatoes or roast in the oven or you can boil them in pressure cooker. Keep the sweet potato turning after a 4-5 minutes on tawa, so that its evenly cooked.

  3. Roast them till it’s completely tender and cooked. Peel the skin and cut into diced.

  4. Now take a big bowl and combine chopped sweet potatoes, chutneys, salt, and lemon juice and cumin powder.

  5. Add chopped coriander and mix everything properly. Shakarkandi or Sweet Potato chaat is ready to serve. 

 

 

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16 thoughts on “Easy Shakarkandi Ki Chaat | Sweet Potato Chaat

  1. wow preeti this such an amazing chaat looks so yummy, I love boiled shakarakandi a lot, to top with the sweet chutney sounds really delicious. I am yet to try on the tandoor sweet potato, sounds interesting.. I would love to have them right away .. Wonderful street food again !!

  2. My kids love sweet potatoes and this would be their instant favorite with the sweet chutney. I have never liked sweet potatoes back in India, but here in US, I love them. I am trying it out soon for the boys.

  3. I like your tip about roasting sweet potato on a tawa and covered with a pan. I usually boil it. Also serving it with tamarind chutney is another tip that I’ll surely try next time I make sweet potato.

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