Friday, February 05, 2010

Back with Street Food of Delhi Palak Papdi Chat

Eight days continuous,felt as if i was running a marathon,today after the last  paper, went to GK M block market for a change ,didnt had much to do as i was alone,but walk was breather for me,had Pani Puri ,Palak Papdi Chat which is spinach strips in yogurt ,deep fried wheat canapes and potato combined into a snack flavoured with sweet and sour chutney.source taken from here .Maybe someday forced by my craving i will try this ,..;-)
weather wise its quiet warm now during the  day with almost no fog,so its quiet pleasent here,will catch up your posts soon friend,..tkcre and happy blogging,..:-)and ya thanks for the warm wishes too,..



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26 comments:

Uj said...

Good to know that your exams are over.. hope it went on well.. Chat looks yummy.. waiting to go

Sharmila said...

Hope your exams went well Priyanka. And good you treated yourself ... you deserve it. :-)

Priya said...

Mouthwatering palak papdi chaat, makes me hungry..

Rujuta said...

Hi.....nice to see you blogging again.......
Wow.....Palak papdi chaat is so tempting...... esp. the click is making me so hungry :))

Rachana Kothari said...

delicious!!!!! mouthwatering!!!!! simply delicious:)

Pari said...

Hi. I love palak chaat and now I am craving to have it right now!!! I liked ur Nimona recipe too will try and let u know.
I have announced my first event, thought I will tell u.

Spice said...

Welcome back after the exams....papdi chaat is something I can eat right now(it's 6 a.m here)...

Asha said...

sound so good, fried spinach bajji! :)

aquadaze said...

tell me that you cracked your exams! I am sure you did. Have never eaten - or for that matter, heard of - palak papdi chaat, but any chaat is always welcome.

Happy Cook said...

I want that chat. Love your new profile pic.

A Homemakers Diary said...

Welcome back Priyanka.hope Exams went well. Delhi and winter is a great combo for me. I also used to go out on chilly evenings to warm myself up with some hot n spicy chat. those days seem like some distant dream now. the chat platter is lovely. please next time send me some too.

Cham said...

Looks so tasty!

Simran said...

Gosh! I miss M Block market. Specially the chaat!

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Wow what a releif after the exams... the chat is a wonderful treat after the exams!!!

A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

Looks so good, wouldn't mind grabbing that plate.

Sukanya said...

Exam khatam means its fun time....Palak papdi chaat looks yummy...

Devi Meyyappan said...

Nice chat!.. new to me!!.. I love any kind of chat!!.. yummy

Laavanya said...

I didn't know that there was a palak papdi chaat - interesting.

homecooked said...

Nice. You must be releived as your exams are over. Enjoy :)

Anisheetu said...

chaat looks yummy... your son is looking so big in the pic now....cute....

sowmya.s said...

looks yumm..how did you do inyour exams? Coming to sg?

sra said...

Never knew of palak in chaat! How unusual!

LG said...

Advay looks so different in the photo you have posted in the side bar. Take a break and have a good sleep. Exams are always tiring.

Mallika said...

How did the exams go? Welcome back. I've just returned myself after a bit of a break.

rekhas kitchen said...

Hi Priyanka How are you? Hope ur exams. went well. hummm papdi chat I am drooling over here...... tempting....

Pritya said...

I always wonder why you have given the name ‘notyet100’. I am sure there was more than the obvious meaning. It is interesting that you posted a blog as soon as you found time…even with exams! Chaats are welcome anytime, and surely a good way to treat oneself. Ummm…yummy….Delhi Chaat are so unique and authentically tasty. And your pic showing the palak strips in yoghurt, fried wheat canopies and potatoes with sweet and sour chutney sounds irresistible.