Masala Puri Chat


Preparation time: 45 Minutes | Cook time: 30 Minutes


Chickpeas/peas – 1 Cup

Onion – Half

Potato – 1

Carrot – 1

Tomato – Half

Ginger – Half inch

Garlic – 3

Coriander Seeds – Half TbSp

Jeera – Half TbSp

Cinnamon – Half inch

Cloves – 2

Pepper – 5

Red Chilli – 6

Chat Masala Powder – ¼ TbSp

Pav Bhaji Masala Powder – Half TbSp

Jaggery – One and half TbSp

Salt to taste

Chat Puri – 15

To Garnish

Onion – Half finely Chopped

Tomato – Half finely Chopped

Coriander Leaves – Half Cup finely Chopped

Aloo Bhujia



Masala Preparation:

  • Soak Chickpeas in water overnight and drain it in the morning.
  • Add Chickpeas, potato, carrot and salt to a Pressure Cooker and cook until Chickpeas/peas become soft.
  • Once it Cools down takeout Potato, Carrot and 1/4th cup of Chickpeas/Peas and blend it to a fine paste.
  • Dry fry: Add Coriander seeds, Jeera, cinnamon, cloves, pepper and Red Chilli to a pan fry about 2 minutes in medium flame.
  • Heat oil in a pan add ginger, garlic, Onion, tomato fry about 3 minutes and once this mixture cools down blend it to a fine paste along with dry fry ingredients.
  • Add both the pastes and leftover water with chickpeas/Peas to a pan. Add more water if required and let it boil for 3 minutes.(Masala should be of pouring Consistency)
  • Add Pav Bhaji masala, Chat masala and salt. Let it boil for 8 to 10 minutes. Add salt if needed.


How to Serve

  • On to a plate Crush 5 to 6 Chat puris.
  • Pour prepared masala on top of puri. ( According to your taste add more or less masala)
  • Garnish with Onion, Tomato, Aloo bhujia and coriander leaves.

Tasty hot Masala Puri Chat is ready to Serve.


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