A dish from the street-vendor tradition of Delhi. Palak chaat is made from crispy fried spinach leaves and chaat dressings.
Masala chai is a spiced tea, made with black tea, a combination of milk and water and slightly sweetened to make the flavours of the spices stand out.
A street food favourite. Chole chaat can be served on it's own, as a snack, a nourishing lunch or as a side dish to a more complex meal. The flavour combinations from the chickpeas, tomato and onion, the chaat masala and the chutney and the crunch of the sev make this a quite special dish.
Khajur imli ki chutni is one of the most common and instantly recognisable chutneys served throughout India. It has a sweet and sour taste with a bit of chilli heat. The tamarind gives it a tang and the dates give it sweetness.
Take some boiled eggs, onion, tomato and a few spices and you have anda chaat, another great street food from Delhi.
A salad featuring the amazing taste of figs, some subtle spice from the chaat masala, and the flavour of almonds. An amazing, yet simple salad, anjeer ki salat could become one of your favourites, just as it was for my grandmother.
Fruit chaat, or phala chaat, is a blend of assorted fruits, preferably sweet acidic fruits, tossed with potatoes and chaat masala.
This masala is used to sprinkle over snacks, vegetables, fruit and into drinks.
Nimbu pani is the famous traditional and enormously refreshing lemonade from North India and Pakistan.
The coolness of the cucumber and yoghurt, with a touch of sweetness, makes this kheere ka raita the perfect accompaniment for hot food