Sprouts Chaat - a quick & nutritious evening snack!

Prep Time
10 minutes
Cook Time
10 minutes
2 persons

Sprouts are commonly associated with health and nutrition. But here’s this recipe to get them associated with taste as well. Sprouts of your choice combined with raw veggies and lip-smacking chutneys - a total package of taste and nutrition!


Sprouts chat not only is a chatpata way of having sprouts, it is also very filling and gratifying. You could even have it as a meal replacement and you won't be disappointed!

You could have the chutneys prepared in advance to simply put the ingredients in a large mixing bowl and your chat is ready in a blink!

  • Any sprout, mixed or single: 1 cup (steamed)
  • Potato: 1 (steamed and mashed)
  • Cucumber:1 (finely chopped)
  • Tomato:1 (finely chopped)
  • Onion:1 (finely chopped)
  • Mint: 10 leaves (chopped)
  • Black salt/chaat masala: 1 tsp

For the dressing:

  • Chilly Garlic Paste:

    • Red Chilly: 1

    • Garlic: 2 Pods

    • Make into paste with little water and salt.

  • Green Chutney

    • Coriander: 2 tbsp

    • Mint: 1 tbsp

    • Ginger: ¼ tsp

    • Green Chilly: ¼ tsp

    • Raw Mango: 2 small pcs

    • Lemon Juice: 1 tbsp

    • Dalia (Chutney Watana): 1 tbsp

    • Grind together

  • Tamarind Chutney

    • Tamarind Paste: 1 tbsp

    • Date paste: 2 tbsp

    • Jeera: ¼ tsp (roasted and powdered)

    • Red Chilly Powder: ¼ tsp

    • Blend together in a pulpy consistency

  • Mix your steamed sprouts with mashed potatoes and half the chopped onions and mint, with black salt/chaat masala.
  • On top add chopped cucumber, tomato and mint and the chutneys.
  • Garnish with the remaining mint and chopped onions.

Eating guide:

  • Food group: sprouts
  • Sprouts are live foods! a powerhouse of nourishment.
  • So add it liberally to meals especially for growing kids or someone recovering from an illness.
  • You can sprout any of the whole daals such as moong,moth, kali malka masoor. And then there is peanuts!

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