BAHAWALPUR -- The Channigoth police on Wednesday arrested two vendors two days after more than 30 children landed in hospital after eating chana chaat
SPROUTED MOONG CHAAT
This healthy snack is made with sprouted moong,onions, tomatoes and a mix of sweet and tangy chutney.
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Cart at The Produce Hall, Stockport's The Produce Hall opened earlier this year, transforming the huge space at Market Place in to an enormous dining destination likened to Mackie Mayor and Altrincham Market.
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Shikarpur -- At least 100 children were hospitalised after having poisonous Chaat
[Gram Rice] at village Amrot Sharif near Lakhi Ghulam Shah tehsil of Shikarpur district on the first day of Eidul Fitr.
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A Pakistani iftar is incomplete without chana chaat
(chickpea salad), pakodas (fritters) and sherbet.
We can try our best to imitate our childhood iftars by preparing Rooh Afza and fruit chaat
, along with the traditional pakoras and samosas, but nothing beats standing in line to buy fried food from makeshift stalls set up on the streets of Karachi, especially for Ramazan.
Their Iftar, as Nilofer explained, is a typical north Indian style that comprises hot pakodas with different fillings of onions and sliced potatoes with mint chutney; then comes the typical aloo-dahi chaat
. " Aloo-dahi chaat
is a staple for us (and for most Delhi Muslims), wherein the boiled potatoes are laden with the special homemade spices, tamarind chutney; I sometimes innovate and add fried fritters instead of boiled potatoes sometimes.
Traditional Iftar snacks like vast variety of Samosas, Pakoras, Kachories, Dhai Bhalay, Channa Chaat
, Jaleebi, Patti Roll are selling as hot items these days, and people are seen standing in queues to buy them.
Make-shift eateries, selling Purani Dilli's favourite food - Daulat ki Chaat
, Paav Bhaaji, noodles, fruit chaat
, soya chaap - have mushroomed up in Sita Ram Bazar, glittering with lights, the melody of devotional songs dissolving in the October nip.
Devi Charan bustles around like a bee as he arranges containers displaying his products - chaat
and pani-puri and bottles of mineral water in his alto car near Sherubtse college gate in Kanglung.