Although this recipe seems to be a simple one but let me assure you that whenever there is a sudden arrival of guests in your home and you are hard pressed for time, this snack would be very helpful to you. Also , in Northern part of India , particularly in the winter period, there are roadside vendors selling hot egg chaat and mostly students after their college classes stop by these stalls and satisfy their hunger by having at least 4-5 eggs at a go. Now that we are days from autumn season , I felt like posting this snack for my Bachelor readers out there.
4 eggs (hard-boiled eggs)
1 Tomato, chopped finely
2 Green chilies, finely chopped
1 tbsp Green chutney
1 Lemon juice to squeeze over the chaat
2 tbsp Sev
Red chilly powder
1 tbsp coriander leaves, finely chopped
¼ tsp Black pepper powder
Salt to taste
Dip the knife in cold water for 1 minute and then cut hard-boiled eggs. This step will ensure that yolk doesn’t stick to your knife and finally crumble.
Place the sliced eggs in a serving plate, sprinkle some salt, onion, tomatoes, sev, green chutney on each sliced egg. Add chilly powder, black pepper powder and chaat masala. Squeeze lemon juice over it and serve this easy and quick to assemble chaat for guests and hear their compliments pour in.
Sending this Egg Chaat to Ila's 'ARS Event 'E' for Egg'