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Chaat is referred to a class of dishes,made from fried flour, dipped in yogurt and spiced with a variety of chutneys. Chaat can be consumed from the plethora of chat shops that are found all over India. Although the hygine of some of these shops might me questionable, they are nevertheless very popular among the masses. Chaat is also available nowadays in plush hotels and resurants throughout the country as well as abroad. Chat and othr spicy indian dishes have a great fan following in many western countries.

Chal is not a single item. But majority of them are served with yogurt and chutney. It is so tangy and tasty that it person eating it might een lick his fingers. In fact the word chaat literally means lick in hindi.

The a a huge ariety of chal available in India. Most of the chal varieties come from the northern states but every region has its own speciality of chats. Some of the most famous ones are bhel puri, dahi bhalla, pani puri , dahi puri, sev puri, khasta kachori, papdi chaat, pao bhaaji, wada pao, aaloo tikki,etc. Chandni chowk in delhi, chowpatty beach in mumbai are some of the most famous haunts of chat in the country. Anywhere you go in India, every hangout place in sports at least one if not many chat shops. The status of chat in India is similar to, if not greater than hot dogs, hamburgers and pizzas in the west.

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Dal moth is a spicy and crispy snack made from gram flour, asafoetida, turmeric powder, chili powder, moong, sugar, amchur, oil and salt. Its delicious and is popular as an anytime snack or serves as a very good tea snack. [See Recipe]

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