I studied my Engineering from Belgaum, Karnataka. Most of the people I know (both friends and relatives) have also done their BE from the same place. It is the place where I had the chaats for the first time(except Pani Puri. My mother and grand mother are experts in pani puri and I grew up eating it). You name any chaat and Belgaum had the best of it. One thing I missed eating there was the famous omlet available at the railway station. I don’t know why it was so famous ;). All the guys knew about it. They had this omlet at 12 in the night while returning home from their studies (or taking a night walk to overcome their sleep!!!).
Though I never went out and had egg chaats/omlets in roadside stalls, my brother, hubby and some of my friends very well knew about this famous egg chaat. Since I never tasted it before, I had to completely rely on my hubby’s description for this recipe. Now I can say I am a big fan of this chaat.
Eggs (boiled) 2
Lemon juice 1 tbl spn
Chaat masala 1/2 tea spn
Chilli powder 1/2 tea spn
Coriander leaves 3-4 strands
Finely chop onion, tomato and coriander leaves. Add chilli powder, salt, chaat masala, lemon juice and mix well.
Cut the eggs into halves. Keep the mixture on the egg and serve.
Serves : 2
Preparation time : 15min (including the time to boil eggs).