Monday is here and this time the 187th theme of the Foodie Monday Blog Hop is decided to ‘Desi Twist’ which is suggested by Kalyani who blogs at Sizzling Tastebuds. It means we have to make an Indian dish, but with an international twist. And for this, I have prepared the most popular Indian street food Chaat using some farfalle (bow tie pasta) as Farfalle Chaat.
Chaat !!!! I am sure no-one can deny to have this mouthwatering snack. The chaat recipes are very common at my place that may be Golgappa chaat, Aloo tikki chaat, Sprouted moong chaat, Corn Chaat, Lilva kachori Chaat, Tomato Chaat, Papdi Chaat, Sandwich Bread Chaat etc. But today here is a different kind of chat using some farfalles / bow tie pasta. I just in love with the shape of this pasta, really looks so cute as compared to rest other pasta. Already I have shared another snack dish using this pasta as Veggie Meatball Pasta Canape.
As these are little big in size, so i prefer to cut these pasta into halved before using in the chaat. The whole assembling process is quite easy and simple. I usually mix the cooked pasta, boiled potato, chopped onion and tomatoes along with spice powders beforehand. At the time of serving just put in serving platter, drizzle chutneys, masala powders and serve.
It is that much simple yet super tempting snack. Not only kids any age group’ll surely enjoy this lip-smacking dish as a evening tummy-filler. Also this farfalle chaat is a perfect appetizer for any celebration. So do try this fusion snack for your upcoming party / even evening snack.
Recipe Card for ‘Farfalle Chaat | Pasta Chaat’ :
fusion snack, chaat, farfalle, appetizer
Farfalle Chaat or Pasta Chaat
an International twist to the most popular Indian street food, chaat by using farfalle (bow tie pasta)
prep time: 15 minscook time: total time: 15 mins
- Pasta (farfalle) 1 cup
- Boiled potato (small cubes) 1/2 cup
- Tomato (small cubes) 1/4 cup
- Onion (chopped) 1/4 cup
- Red chili powder 1/2 tsp
- Chaat masala 1/2 tsp
- Black salt as needed
- Curd 2 tbsp
- Green chutney as needed
- Red chutney as needed
- Green chili 1-2 no.
- Coriander leaves (finely chopped) for garnishing
- Sev for garnishing
- First cut each cooked farfalle into halves and transfer to a mixing bowl.
- Then add boiled potato cubes, chopped onion, small tomato cubes, chat masala, red chili powder, black salt and mix everything well.
- Take the serving plate and put this mixture depending upon the size of the serving plate.
- Next drizzle curd, green chutney, red chutney over the pasta mixture.
- Sprinkle finely chopped green chilies, coriander leaves, little more chat masala and finally sev.
- Serve immediately !
Any other variety of pasta can be used here. Since farfalle are little big in size as compare to other pasta varieties, so I have halved these. The use of curd here is optional. If you want to skip then just add some lemon juice. Few roasted peanuts also can be added.
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