Vrat Ki Chaat

(Aloo Tikki)

Serves 4

For Sweet Curd

Curd – 1cup

Sugar – 2tbsp

Sendha Namak – to taste


Green Chutney (vrat ki chutney)

Coriander leaves – 2cups

Mint Leaves – 1cup

Anardana – 2tbsp

Sendha namak

Roasted Cumin – 2tsp

Pepper powder – ½ tsp

Ice cubes – few

Water – ½ cup


For Khatti Meethi Chutney (vrat ki chutney)

Water – 3cups

Anardana powder – ½ cup

Ginger grated – 1tsp

Roasted cumin pounded – 1tbsp

Sendha Namak – to taste

Black pepper powder – ½ tsp

Gur grated – ½ cup


For Aloo tikki

Potato (boiled & Mashed) – 2cups

Kuttu Atta (bhuna) – ¾ cup

Green chilli chopped – 1 tsp

Ginger chopped – 1tsp

Coriander chopped – handful

Sendha namak – to taste

Pepper powder – ½ tsp

Oil/Ghee – for frying   


For garnishing

Melon seeds

Banana sliced

Grapes sliced


Coriander sprigs

Roasted cumin


For Sweet curd

Mix together curd, sugar and salt. whisk and keep aside

For Green Chutney

Mix all the ingredients and grind it to a paste. Pour in a bowl and serve.

For Khatti Methi Chutney 

Mix all the ingredients and bring to a boil, lower heat and cook for 10 mins. Once it thickens a but remove and strain it. What ever is left in the strainer put it in a blender along with some of the strained chutney and grind it. Strain again and serve.

For Kuttu & Aloo Tikki

Mix all the ingredients and shape into small patties. Heat oil or ghee on a flat griddle and shallow fry on both sides till it is browned and crisp.

remove and place it on a plate. Top it up with chilled curd, green chutney, khatti meethi chutney, some grapes, sliced bananas, pomegranate seeds. Additionally you may garnish it with coriander leaves and roasted cumin.

Serve immediately.