Bread Chaat

Bread Chaat

Craving for a chatpata snack? Have left over bread? Put it to use by bringing together a handful of simple ingredients to prepare a light, bread based meal. I have used ragda but it is not essential to prepare bread chaat.

Bread Chaat Recipe ~ Use 2 days old bread, remove sides and cut into small pieces. For 4 slices of bread pieces, add 3-4 tbsps of beaten curd and combine. Keep aside for 10-15 mts.

Take a wide serving plate. Place the bread pieces as the first layer. Layer with crumbled boiled potato. Sprinkle a dash of chaat masala powder. Spoon warm ragda all over the bread pieces. Spoon green chutney, followed by sweet chutney. Next sprinkle chopped onion, tomatoes and coriander leaves. Finally finish off with sev. Serve immediately.

Bread Chaat

  Prepare time:
 Serves: 3

 Main Ingredients:

  •  bread


Craving for a chatpata snack? Have left over bread? Put it to use by bringing together a handful of simple ingredients to prepare a light, bread based meal.
  • Radhika Vasanth

    Am drooling at the chat. Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe.

  • Deepa G Joshi

    hey this looks so tempting.. I am drooling looking at the pics..wish could have some..

  • Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal

    Sailu, I am definitely trying it ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Shreya

    Reminds me of my Bread Aloo Sev Chaat post. This is really tempting with all the chutneyes:-)

  • Gauri

    very interesting.. but i am a bit unsure of how the soggy curd-bread base might taste.. i guess the addition of all the chat masala and chutneys shud make up for tht..

    • Sailu

      Bread that is more than 3 days old when soaked in curd does not get soggy. Ensure that the curd is just enough to coat the bread cubes and not dunked in curd base.

  • AshaLatha R K Prasad

    AMAZING!!!!!! Very tempting & pleasing……. Bread is one thing I simply love any day in any form….. Since it is maida, I ‘HAVE’ to cut down as they say it is not good…… But I love it forever…. And this prep has only added more anxiousness to savor BREAD……


    • Sailu

      You can use whole wheat OR brown bread, Asha. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Supriya Nair

    Lovely chaat here and a very quick and healthy one too..

  • sarita

    Hi Sailu

    I am born and raised in Mumbai and enjoyed eating chaat that Mumbai is famous for. My husband is a chaat lover and we often at bhel and other street foods in the evenings. End of 1996 we moved out to Mumbai and we started missing these things. Jan 2001 ie 9+ years ago we left India. One thing we never forgot was the street food and we often went down memory lane thinking of those lovely evenings. I did do at home sometimes but they never turned out so well.

    Last month came your chaat special. It was so unexpected as this is something very typical to Mumbai and I didnt expect someone in Vizag to blog the recipes. I tried out one and the other and then all. They were so awesome. Thank you Sailu and thank you for your generosity in sharing your gift and talents.

    You make such a difference to our lives especially for those so far away from home. Now chaats and all the lovely food is not just in our memory. It is a reality. Almost daily we cook and eat some recipe from your site.

  • Navya

    My Husband is allergic to curd so with can I replace the curd please do help me..Thanks in advance..

    b/w I follow your blog alot and tried out many thing they turned simple superb thanks a ton sailu