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Beetroot and Potato Chaat

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Weekend Plus Desk :
If you are one of those for whom taste is as important as nutrition, there here is a snack recipe that you would love to eat again and again! Beetroot and Potato Chaat is a healthy dish prepared using beetroot, cabbage, carrot, potato, mint leaves, onion, chaat masala powder, and lemon juice. This is an interesting Fusion recipe that can be prepared for get-togethers and parties, and no one will be able to resist this nutritious yet delicious chaat. It can also be called a salad that has the elements of chaat with tangy flavours. You can add more spices in this vegan recipe to increase the flavour of the dish. Try this easy recipe and enjoy with your loved ones!
Ingredients
1 1/2 cup beetroot
1/2 cup mint leaves
1 green chilli
3 tablespoon canola oil/ rapeseed oil
1 carrot
parsley as required
1 1/2 cup potato
1/4 cup onion
3 tablespoon lemon juice
1 tablespoon chaat masala powder
1/2 cup cabbage
1 cup water

Method
Step 1
To prepare this delicious chaat recipe, wash all the veggies under running water. Next, chop the mint leaves, carrot, onion and green chilli in separate bowls. Then, peel and slice the beetroot and potato in a different bowl. Mix all the ingredients well in a large bowl.
Step 2
Take another bowl and mix well lemon juice and chaat masala powder. Add canola oil to this bowl and whisk properly to prepare the dressing for the chaat. Add this dressing to the chopped veggies and top it up with chaat masala powder according to your taste. Mix well all the ingredients and serve immediately.

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