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Hello ppl! It’s the recipe day again. Today I’m gonna share an easy-peasy snack recipe with your guys. A yummy biscuit chat which you can prepare within five minutes πŸ˜€ . If you guys are following us on instagram ( ) you would have seen the pic already.
Salt biscuit – a pack
Onion – 1
Tomato -1/2
Coriander leaves chopped
Carrot grated –Β 2 tablespoon (optional)
Chat masala – a pinch or as per your taste
Lemon juice – 1 teaspoon
Red chilly powder- a pinch
Tomato sauce – for the laying
Butter – for the base layer
Sev – a small cup or as per your taste
Chop all the veggies into small pieces and mix well in a bowl. add a little lemon juice, chat masala, and red chilly powder and mix again, lastly add sev.
  • Apply butter on each biscuit.
  • Apply a layer of tomato sauce over butter.
  • keep a small portion of the mixed veggies on top of the sauce layer.
  • Again add sev from top

Ta da.. your biscuit chat is ready πŸ˜€


TKS Tips:
  1. The biscuit chat should be served immediately after making.
  2. You can also add grated cheese topping .
  3. you can add more veggies like boiled potato, radish, sweet corn etc.
  4. Avoid red chilly powder if you are making it for kids; You can also include chopped green chilly if you love spicy biscuit chat.
  5. You can try varieties using chilly sauce, mayonnaise, sandwich spreadΒ instead of tomato sauceΒ etc
  6. Cheese lovers can add cheese slice as base layer
Isn’t it the easiest? Do try and let me know πŸ™‚
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49 thoughts on “Biscuit chat- Recipe

  1. Laks you just took me back to the hostel days when we used to do this with Monaco biscuits. I can’t wait to try them again. Thank you so much for sharing it.

  2. I love this Laks. I used to go it on Monaco biscuits and you have also used the same indeed.. Reminds me of my childhood when i used to make this for my friends
    love ur blog

  3. I used to crave these biscuits when I was a kid.But nobody made for me. Thank you so much for this tutorial I’m gonna get some myself…..

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