Street food captures the heart and soul of any city.. isn’t it ? They are always famous irrespective of age and is enjoyed by one and all. Every city has its signature street food and Bangalore is no exceptional. Here you’ll find some unusual chaats which are popular in Karnataka but not known to many outside. Those who have been to Bangalore can vouch for a bhelpuri stall in every street corner. These stalls have varieties of snacks like, tomato masala, bele masala, pineapple masala, nippat masala, sovthekayi masala, baby corn masala…etc etc. I would like to introduce you to Nipattu masala chaat today which is crunchy, spicy, savory and has a tangy taste.
I have shared this recipe as a Guest-post at Priya Shiva’s blog priyakitchenette . “Priya and I started our blogging journey almost at the same time. We know each other since then but it is only from past few months we became close. Now we meet often , chat , share knowledge , go out for lunch and have lot of fun . To me Priya is a warm bubbly down to earth girl who is always ready to help whenever I look up to . Thank you for inviting me to do a guest post and giving me an opportunity to share a delicious recipe with your wonderful readers ..
The best part about this dish is that there is no hard rule for the measurements in this recipe nor about the ingredients . I have mentioned the standard ingredients that usually goes into this dish. You can get creative and add few other things too that you like. For example – pineapple , raw mango etc. Just crush some nipattu / thattai, throw in some onion tomato etc and mix it with some green chutney sweet chutney , garnish ..voila .. your mouthwatering Nippatu Masala Chaat is ready to enjoy !! Super easy, right? For how to prepare .. refer priyas blog …
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