Navratri Vrat Sweet Potato Recipe
What is Chat?
What is Chat? India’s most famous snack and street food is Chat. In India, “chat” is not just a set of snacks: It’s a cuisine art in itself. Additionally, it has all the ingredients that make food tempting; sweet, sour, tangy, spicy, and crunchy. Navratri Vrat Sweet Potato Recipe is eaten during Vrat. At the same time, Chat is timeless and can be relished anytime.
Background of Chat
Subsequently, the origin of the word chat undoubtedly stems from the taste and sensation of the word chatpatta which stands for anything salty, sweet and tangy in savoury snacks and foods. But I believe stems from word “chatna”, meaning to lick. Chat tickles the palate on all sides and the burst of flavours hits the sides of the tongue.
Origins of Sweet Potato Chat
Different chats were created in different parts of India. Specifically, Aloo or Potato Chat is a modest street food in Delhi and almost all of northern India. Even Accordingly, Sweet potato or Shakarkandi chat too must have originated here. It consists of fried pieces of parboiled sweet potato mixed with a generous amount of spices and lemon.
Different varieties of Chat
There are different types of chat and, and the right methods of eating each. But at the root, every chat dish has a base, crunch and sauces or chutneys which bestows a unique and addictive flavour.
Certainly, this Navratri Vrat Sweet Potato Recipe is specially made to spice up the Navratri Vrat or fasting days. I am licking my fingers and having more.