Fruit Chat Recipe is quick and easy to make. You can have it in snacks, before evening tea 🙂
Say Chat and you will see our brightened faces – that’s how we react on the word Chat! But this Fruit chat recipe is very different from a typical chat like aloo tikki, dahi puri, pani puri and more.
The fruit chat has sweet and tangy taste. Try it out once and I’m sure you’ll love it. The fruit chat recipe is super easy and quick to make. It can be made within 15 minutes if you are good and fast at cutting the fruits 🙂
This easy and colourful cuisine is popular by the name of fruit chat in north India and in the rest of India, it is also known as fruit salad. Call it fruit chat or fruit salad, you’ll get addicted to this snack, I’m sure.
How to Make Mixed Fruit Chat
Fruit chat is an absolutely popular and colourful dish which is mixed and tossed together with sugar, lemon juice and black pepper. Know here the recipe of Fruit Chat and make it at your home.
This fruit chat recipe serves 4; time taken – 15 minutes
- 1/2 cup pomegranate seeds
- 1 cup diced apples
- 3 diced bananas (peeled)
- 1 cup green grapes; you can cut each grape into half, it’s completely optional
- 1 cup diced guavas
- 1 lemon
- 1 tsp sugar
- 1/2 tsp black pepper powder or kali mirch powder
- Salt to taste
- 1 pinch of chat masala
Put all fruits, pomegranate seeds, diced apples, bananas and guavas, and grapes in a large bowl and toss them. Now, add sugar, kali mirch powder, salt, chat masala and mix well. Squeeze the juice of one full lemon in the fruit chat and mix again.
Fruit Chat is ready!! Yes that’s it. The easiest of all recipes yet high on nutrition.
Note: You can add other fruits like diced strawberries, diced pears, black grapes, kiwis to this fruit chat – take these fruits half cup each. Remember as the ingredients will increase, the quantity will increase too.
Tip: You can peel apples. You can take oranges but many doesn’t like the skin of orange pieces while having fruit salad or fruit chat, so you can skip it.
— Recipe and Images Shared by Sara Khan
2 thoughts on “Fruit Chat, a Quick and Easy Recipe”
id never of thought of putting pepper on fruit, what an awesome idea. Interesting blog.. may I suggest, especially with food that you up the picture quality. Maybe you are only using a phone camera? even so Its quite grainy, maybe try and give it more light so the camera is not working so hard. These are great recipes and with a better picture will bring more people to your table 🙂
Thanks for the visit. Appreciate your valuable suggestion! Yes, I was using my phone’s camera for pics as well as videos… from now on will be using my cybershot 🙂 … Thanks again!