Papri chaat

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Papri chaat
Bhalla Papri Chaat with saunth chutney.jpg
Papri chaat in dahi with Saunth chutney
Alternative name(s)Papdi Chaat
Place of originPakistan, North India
Main ingredient(s)Fried dough (white flour and oil)
 
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Papri chaat
Bhalla Papri Chaat with saunth chutney.jpg
Papri chaat in dahi with Saunth chutney
Alternative name(s)Papdi Chaat
Place of originPakistan, North India
Main ingredient(s)Fried dough (white flour and oil)

Papri Chaat, Paapri Chaat or Papdi Chaat is a north Indian fast food. Chaat, a Hindi word which literally means lick, is used to describe a range of snacks and fast food dishes; papri refers to crisp fried dough wafers made from refined white flour and oil. In Papri Chaat, the papris are served with boiled potatoes, boiled chick peas, chilis, yogurt and tamarind chutney and topped with chaat masala and 'sev'.

Papri the key ingredient of Papri Chaat.

The popular dish is often eaten from travelling food vendor stalls.

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