Healthy Bhel - popular street food ,but strictly home made

Healthy Bhel - popular street food ,but strictly home made
We love chaat and I do make them once in a while on weekends as a evening snack. Bhel is a regular thing at home. I make the bhel quite healthy by adding mungbean sprouts and other raw vegetables. Its generally very filling , quick and easy to make ,healthy and has low calorie content, so good for dieters. So here's how I make.
Healthy Bhel - popular street food ,but strictly home madeWe love chaat and I do make them once in a while on weekends as a evening snack. Bhel is a regular thing at home. I make the bhel quite healthy by adding mungbean sprouts and other raw vegetables. Its generally very filling , quick and easy to make ,healthy and has low calorie content, so good for d...

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  • Coursesnack
  • Cuisineindian
  • Cooking Time10 minutesPT0H10M
  • Preparation Time15 minutesPT0H15M
  • Total Time25 minutesPT0H25M

Ingredients

Puffed rice
2 cups
Sev
1cup
Mung bean sprouts
1cup
Carrots- chopped very fine or grated
1
Cucumber- chopped very thin
1
Onion-chopped fine.
1
Tomato- chopped fine
1
Potato- boiled and mashed
1
Coriander chopped fine or garnishing.
Tamarind date chutney
2 tbspn
Salt
to taste
Red chilly powder- to your taste

Steps

  1. For the chutney- I used readypaste this time, but generally I prefer to make it. So heres how I make it- Soak Dates and tamarind in hot water for 30 minutes. Squeeze out the juice. Boil the juice adding jaggery or sugar till it becomes thick. Allow it to cool.
  2. For bhel- Mix all the ingredients together. Serve immediately garnishing with coriander leaves and sev.