Kele ki Kachalu Chaat – Street food style Banana

  The only fruit that comes packaged by nature is a banana. Living in the tropics explodes a variety of bananas to just overload you with its goodness.  Also a ridiculous numero of ways you could add them to your menu. May it be raw, underripe or overripe there is always a way with this fruit and there is always the enticing street food style chaats.
The tough deal is where to stop with the bananas.
 Now that we are watching our carbs and I know a lot of my readers who prefer food related to type 2 diabetes, this post is for you.

How much of a banana is a good banana?

When you are pre-diabetic or diabetic, you cannot afford to starve yourself. You will be in more trouble than you already are in, yet being carb rich you may have to watch out for the banana addiction too.
Banana is definitely good for diabetics. Having said this please don’t gorge the whole bunch down… Have a bit of the good fibre content and have a low glycemic index. Now the overripe bananas are not the best as they have concentrated their sugars and can give you a sugar spike. So a semi-ripe one is perhaps the brilliant solution.
Now we totally agree it doesn’t taste as fantastic as the ripe one. So here is the deal. Have it in a form you have never thought of. This gets the good elements intact and satisfactory to the cheeky tongue.
Try out this simple easy one for a snack. I know, its addictively tasty, but promise me you will repeat only a couple of times a week and do balance it out well.   The semi-ripe sweetness os super-enhanced by the intermingling flavours of the chaat masala making it feel absolutely sweet for the craving tongue, yet under control.
So here we go… with Kele ki Kachalu

How to modify for the others in the family?

I do the same chaat recipe with ripe bananas for my kids and others. Works well with the with the natural sweetness enhanced by the chutneys and the saltiness of the sev. I add a bit of sweet chutney too for them or a bit extra dates, add pomegranate and papdi.
Another addition I do is to toss in a handful of sprouts to add in a bit of crunch and protein.
You could try a bit of peanut, a touch of green chutney add up the colour with carrots or slice in some earthy potatoes to the simple mix.
Whatever the addition be aware to count them into your control chart.
So check out the chaat recipe below and send me your favourite diabetic snack recipes.
Meanwhile, try out a few more easy snacks for the diabetic evening snack
Check more of diabetic-friendly recipes in this special platform
Stay hydrated.. and look out for more on this space.
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Kele ki Kachalu Chaat Yum
banana chaat, street food
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Prep Time 10 minutes
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Instructions
  1. Peel and slice the banana and boiled colocasia ( optional) into 1 cm roundlets.
  2. Add this to a mixing bowl with lemon juice, chaat masala, mint leaves and blacksalt.
  3. Toss well.
to serve
  1. Divide the banana mixture onto two plates
  2. Sprinkle the chilli powder and the roasted cumin powder.
  3. Top it with a tbsp of sev each and serve immediately.
Recipe Notes

If adding dates or peanuts add it to the banana mixture and toss well so they get coated with the chaat masala too.

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Shobha Keshwani
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Nice jhatpat chaat .. we can make and relish anytime.

Sujata Roy
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Wow you transform the simple banana into a tounge tickling dish. Quick easy and delicious recipe.

Vanitha Bhat
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Nice twist to a humble banana! Not a liked vegetable by many but this dish will make some to change their mind! Lovely share…

Pavani
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That is such an interesting chaat with ripe banana. Combination of banana and arbi also sounds interesting. Simple, crunchy and absolutely delicious.

Uma
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Quick and easy chaat! Love the addition of banana in the snack! Never had this before:)

Priya Suresh
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Never thought of dishing out a chaat food with banana, seriously am amazed to see this chaat. Wowwing here and cant wait to give a try.

Poonam Bachhav
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Love the way you make simple ingredients look so tempting..this no fuss banana chat looks simply irresistible !

Meghna Chatterjee
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What an innovative idea! A banana chaat both sounds and looks amazing, would love trying your recipe soon this weekend, we just about a few bananas yesterday wink Thanks for sharing this healthy platter.

Maria
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My husband is a diabetic so I know how awesome this recipe and the nutritional information on bananas is for such people. I’ll be making this chaat very frequently.

themadscientistskitchen
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This sounds so yummy. I wish I can get somw right now.

Padma Veeranki
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Sounds interesting…Love the way you dished out a chat pata chaat out this humble banana…YUMMMM!!

Mayuri Patel
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This chaat definitely sounds delicious. Never had a banana chaat. Great snack with so options to add to it.

Freda
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I love chaats of all kinds and this one looks super yumm!!

Jayashree
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This banana chat looks so delicious Seema. Lovely idea.

Avin
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Looks so delicious. In this time when chaat is so instantly available around us this banana chaat comes as a nice and different option. ????????