Baked Papri Chaat. Who doesn’t love crunchy, tangy, hot and sweet chaat. Delicious to eat as a snack or a great alternative to a meal. it is a popular street food served in India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan. Papri is basically thin fried crispy flour tortillas. But I am baking this papri today to make it healthy. It will not effect the flavors. I made small cups of papri in cupcake baking tray. Baked them until crisp then filled them with potatoes and chutnies.
It is a great appetizerfor any party and also it is best for Ramadan Iftar.
Serving : makes about 20 small cups
List 1 for papri pastry
Wheat flour 150 g
Plain flour 150 g
Salt 1/2 tsp
Caraway seeds (ajwain) 1 tsp
Butter 3 tbsp
Potatoes boiled 3 medium
Salt 1/2 tsp
Black rock salt 1/2 tsp
Red chili powder 1/2 tsp
Whole Cumin 2 tsp
Lemon juice 2-3 tbsp
Green chili chopped 1
Boondi as required
Green chili 1
Mint yogurt sauce (podina raita) 1 cup or as required
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