Chaat Bowls

Have a party at home?? Try these chaat bowls. I baked the bowls instead of frying them in the oil. The bowls are crisp, filled with the tangy-sweet, spicy, colorful, vegetable filling. You can pre-bake these bowls and save them for the next day's party. You can use sprouts, capsicum, corn in the filling. You can also top the chaat bowls with sev. Some also bake the bowls using potato mixture. Today, I'm using regular flour to make the bowls. If you don't want to bake the bowls, buy the store-bought Dip Canapes and fill them with the filling. This is a lip-smacking snack. So let's make some simple chaat bowls.

To Make This Recipe You Will Need :

All Purpose Flour
2 Cups
1- 2 Teaspoons / 2 Teaspoons to saute
Baking  Powder
 ½ Teaspoon (I added 1, It was too crisp)
As required to make the dough
Red Chilli Powder
1 Teaspoon (or) To Taste 
To  Taste
Lemon Juice
1-2 Teaspoons
Chaat Masala
½ Teaspoon
Green Chutney
1 Tablespoon (or) To Taste
Katta Meetha Chutney
1 Tablespoon (or) To Taste
Coriander / Cilantro leaves
½  Bunch
1  big sized (chopped)
2  medium-sized ( chopped)
2/4th cup (cut)
Kabuli Channa/ Garbanzo beans
2/4th cup (boiled)
2  medium sized (boiled/cut)

And salt, red chili powder, chaat masala, Green chutney, Katta- meetha chutney - No Pictures

Method : 

In a mixing bowl, add flour, baking powder, the required amount of

salt, oil and mix well until oil gets incorporated with the flour. Next

add water and make a hard dough and rest it for about 15 minutes.

Meanwhile prepare the filling. First, saute kabuli channa, potato

 and paneer for 3 to 4 minutes in the required amount of oil ( You can

 skip this step if you don't want coloring on your paneer and potato).

In a bowl, add onions, tomatoes, that add the sauteed mixture

 and add salt, red chili powder, chaat masala, lemon juice, Katta 

Meetha ChutneyGreen Chutney and mix well. 

(You could also just top the bowls with both the chutneys, instead of adding to the filling).

Next to make the Bowls, make a chapati using the dough, cut into small circles using the muffin moulds, press the dough circle into the oil greased muffin mould and prick with the fork, so that it does not puff up and stays flat in the oven. Bake the bowls at 150 Degrees C for 20 minutes. 
Always keep an eye on your bowls, because all ovens are not the same. Some ovens bake faster, while others are slow.

After baking the bowls, let them cool down and further fill with the chaat mixture and top it with chutneys 

 Ready to Relish!!