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VL Duran Posted on Sun May 19 2013
i love this chaat, especially with nonfat greek yoghurt plopped on top. yummy dinner on hot summer nights .Reply 0 - Replies
MrDesmond3 Posted on Sun May 19 2013
What is chaat powder?..and where can one get itReply 0 - Replies
KlearlyKomal Posted on Sun May 19 2013
its the powder thts normally added in indian snacks..You will find it in any indian/asian store.Reply 0 - Replies
amalialovesicecream Posted on Mon May 20 2013
Hey Chef, with what can I substitute tamarind chuntey? what's the closest thing in Mediterrenean/Greek? Thanks.Reply 0 - Replies
bhar skie Posted on Thu Aug 08 2013
chef ji, this recipe is sooooooo attractive.. of course, you're also attractive nohh.. hehehe.. thanks chef sanjay..:)Reply 0 - Replies
Hina Punjawani Posted on Mon Sep 02 2013
Chat massala can be bought from any Indian Store.Reply 0 - Replies
TameTusker Silly Posted on Wed Sep 04 2013
Try tamarind/date sauce..ready made..can be bought in many a grocery store!:):)Reply 0 - Replies
rohan baryah Posted on Sun May 19 2013
cool !Reply 0 - Replies