Avocado Banana Chaat

Chaat is a term describing savory snacks, typically served at road-side tracks from stalls or food carts in India, Pakistan, Nepal and Bangladesh- this from Wikipedia. Chaat to me is sweet, tangy and savory sensation put together to be had as an appetizer or snack. Most street versions have fried cracker bases or delicious potato centers.


Well…Today is the day!!! My first time co-hosting  Angie’s Fiesta Friday #108 with the lovely Suzanne@apuginthekitchen .

If you don’t know it already Fiesta Friday is where to party every Friday. I joined it when I started blogging a couple of years back and it has been such a great support and platform to grow. Bring your dishes here and Link up your posts at Angie’s Fiesta and to both the co-hosts!

Do read the guidelines posted here….but the rules are really to have fun and enjoy visiting all the fabulous bloggers.

I wanted to make something quick and simple for my co-hosting responsibility ( and its been a really long week) so this quick appetizer was perfect. Now I am eager to spend all my time looking through the deliciousness everyone else brings to the party,

One of my favorite Indian fusion restaurants Rasika delighted me with a Avocado and Banana version that is a must try if you are ever in DC.


Here is my take on serving up this amazing dish. You can never go wrong with Avocados can you? The nutrient rich bananas lightly browned bring a sweet dimension. Tamarin Chutney can me home made, I used a store bought version. A sprinkle of cumin, a dash of cayenne, a squeeze of lemon and there you have it! Ready in 10  mins.


Avocado Banana Chaat

  • Servings: 2
  • Difficulty: easy
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  • 2 ripe avocadosAvocadoBananaChaat-1-6
  • 1 banana
  • 1 tsp coconut oil
  • 1 tablespoon tamarind chutney
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground cumin
  • 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
  • Fresh cilantro – chopped
  • Lemon juice
  • Banana chips for garnish


  • Use firm almost green bananas,  brown in coconut oil and cut in 1 inch pieces. Set aside
  • Cut the avocado into chunks and squeeze the juice of half lemon over it. Toss in 2 tabsp of tamarind chutney, cumin and cayenne. Chill.
  • Using a ring mold or a hollow can, place the avocado mixture at the bottom, cover with the bananas, sprinkle with lemon juice, another dash of cayenne and cilantro. Top with some banana chips to bring in the crispiness.



48 thoughts on “Avocado Banana Chaat

  1. Hi Zeba! Thanks so much for co-hosting today! This is such an intriguing dish, and I am always on the look-out for something new and interesting! I am going to bookmark your post for sure, and give it a try! 😀


  2. Thank you for cohosting this week Zeba! I hope you are having a wonderful time. There are so many great people in this little party. I love the flavors in this dish. My perfect combo is the sweet spicy tangy profile. I’ve never heard of chaat so I learned something too!

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  3. Welcome to your first time co-hosting Zeba, I certainly hope everyone has made you welcome too! Thanks too for taking us all on this week. I didn’t realize that is what chaat meant, I’ve often wondered about it. Those flavors are gorgeous, sweet and tangy with the tamarind chutney will definitely fit the bill in my books 🙂


  4. This is a novel combination in a chaat, Zeba, and so nutritious. It’s awesome that you got to co-host FF, thanks for being a great host! My co-hosting turn is coming up soon, and I’m excited too.


  5. That chaat sounds amazing! It’s funny I was just talking to a friend about chaat and I was thinking it was some kind of salad and she laughed at me. The good thing is she promised to invite me over next time she makes chaat. Isn’t that exciting?

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