Here is a delicious twist to your favourite fruit chaat.

Highlights

  • Fruit chaat is a classic snack to satiate those hunger pangs
  • With the citrusy fruits and tangy flavours, it is a crowd pleaser
  • Here is a fruit chaat recipe with a tandoori twist to try at home

The nation is in the midst of a lockdown due to the Coronavirus pandemic, which has led to restaurants, eateries and street food vendors shutting down their operations too. But does it really mean that you cannot have all the delicious food that you get in restaurants or chaat places? We say you can cook all the delicious food at home too. Yes; you read that right!

Think of a crunchy, citrusy bowl of fruit chaat, what sounds like a simple dish can be turned into a spectacular restaurant-style snack with a simple twist. And yes; you can cook it at home!

Fruit chaat is one of the most simple of snacks that can be made even without any cooking involved. Just some of your favourite fruits tossed together in a tangy mix of lemon and spices. But the best part about this street-style chaat is that it is versatile so you can play around with its ingredients and cooking technique as much as you want.

(Also Read: Indian Cooking Tips: Make Street-Style, Refreshing Fruit Chaat At Home This Summer)

Here’s how you can give an interesting twist to the classic fruit chaat at home with our tandoori fruit chaat recipe.

Tandoori fruit chaat recipe has the goodness of pineapple, sweet potato, green apples and star fruit, marinated in a pool of spices, including anardana, chaat masala, garam masala, roasted cumin, and kashmiri mirch powder along with olive oil and balsamic vinegar. The fruit chunks are then put on skewers and cooked on a tandoor or in an oven to perfection. In just a few simple steps you can cook a stellar snack of tandoori fruit chaat at home.

Tandoori fruit chaat is packed with some juicy flavours of sweet fruits and tangy spices. It can satiate all your chaat cravings and is a wholesome snack that can be your go-to meal in the evening or for those mid-day hunger pangs.

Find the recipe of tandoori fruit chaat here and let us know your experience in the comments section below.

About Aanchal MathurAanchal doesn’t share food. A cake in her vicinity is sure to disappear in a record time of 10 seconds. Besides loading up on sugar, she loves bingeing on FRIENDS with a plate of momos. Most likely to find her soulmate on a food app.

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