Keep Party Snacks Simple Yet Stylish With This Papdi Chaat Board 

The holiday season calls for get-togethers, disguises, and delicious food. If you put yourself in the shoes of a host, this time deciding the menu could be a tall order. While there are a myriad of options on the main course, we all struggle with choosing party snacks. Festive gatherings and lip-lightening snacks as well as cocktail parties are fine. And, to prepare your menu for Diwali festivities, we have found a delicious recipe for the Papdi Chaat table. Wait, are you worried about papdi chaat getting soggy? Chief Anahita Dhondy Bhandari has rightly considered your concerns.

“Looking for easy holiday snacks for the upcoming holiday season? I’ve got you covered with this awesome Papdi Chaat board that you can carry on and save. It is literally a rangoli on your table. Best of all: it doesn’t get drenched, “wrote the chef next to the recipe.


Suspended curd

Green mustard (homemade)

Chutney Sonth (tamarind)

Boiled potatoes (finely chopped)

Cherry tomatoes (diced)

chopped onions)

Chat Masala.

Alo Bhujia




Step 1: Spread the curd suspended on a table of papri chaat or on a cake stand.

Step 2: Garnish with green chutney and sonth (homemade). Take a toothpick and twist it.

Step 3: Add the diced potatoes, cherry tomatoes and onions. PS: You can also use pickled onions.

Step 4: Sprinkle a dollop of homemade chaat masala.

Step 5: You can also add aloo bhujia, fresh coriander leaves and pomegranate.

Keep the papdi on one side and they won’t soften.

Try this recipe and let us know how you liked it.

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