Macaroni Chaat (Pasta/macaroni in yogurt)

Happy Friday everyone ! Today’s dish is ‘Macaroni Chaat’. This is my mom’s special recipe, which she prepares for us every year in Ramadan for iftar. You can enjoy this soothing dish as snack/appetizer during summer. It is a different recipe of macaroni with exciting mix of taste. Let’s get started with the recipe….

Macaroni Chaat

Macaroni Chaat

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Serve: 4-6
Duration: 12 mins (prep time) + 10 mins (assembling time) = 22 mins (total time)

Ingredients for Macaroni Chaat

Macaroni                                                          250gms

Boiled potatoes (small cubes)              2 nos. (medium size)

Yogurt                                                                750 gms

Green chillies                                                 4-5

Salt                                                                       to taste

Red chillies                                                      1/2-1 tsp

Green chutney                                              2 tbsp

(mint coriander chutney)

Tamarind chutney                                       2 tbsp

Boondi                                                               1 cup

Nylon Sev/bhujia/sev                                1 cup

Papdi (fried flour crispies)                      7-8 (small pieces)

Chaat Masala                                                 1/4 tsp

Coriander leaves (chopped)                  2 tsp

Black salt                                                          1/4 tsp

Cumin powder (roasted)                         1/2 tsp

Mint leaves (chopped)                              1 tsp

Procedure for Macaroni Chaat

  • Boil macaroni following directions written on the packet.
  • If you are using salted water to boil your macaroni then adjust salt quantity accordingly for chaat.
  • Now drain warm water and wash with cold water. Mix 1 tsp oil and keep it aside.
  • In a large bowl add yogurt and mix boiled potatoes, green chillies, chopped coriander leaves, mint leaves, salt, red chilli powder, chat masala, cumin powder and black salt. Mix well.


  • Now add macaroni in the above mix. Let it chill in fridge if you are not serving it immediately.


  • In the end, just before serving garnish chaat with sev, boondi, papdi, green chutney and tamarind chutney. While serving it, mix everything well.

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  • Your macaroni chaat is ready ! Serve it with love and enjoy with happiness. 🙂

  • Onion is optional in this recipe, for additional crunch you are free to use it.


  1. You always come up with great recipes Alisha. I would definitely try out this Macaroni chaat 🙂

  2. Alisha! This is such an awesome recipe, looks so yummy! I am trying this out today itself, I can’t wait 😛

  3. Wow this looks delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe, definitely going to try it!


  4. This looks so yummy and delicious would definitely try this out amazing recipe 🙂

  5. Such an awesome recipe. Looks so delicious!! I am heading to kitchen right away 😀 Haha

  6. Never seen such an innovative version of macaroni. Looks delicious 🙂

  7. I love macaroni…this looks so delicious.
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  8. looks really scrumptious and yummy!

    Have a great week!
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  9. Wow, so chatpata chat recipe you have shared Alisha! Wonderful 🙂 Hey, by the way can we make boondi at home, if yes then how ?

    • RasoiRecipe

      June 29, 2016 at 11:29 AM

      Thank you Anamika ! 🙂
      Yes we can, all you need to do is prepare a batter with gramflour, rice flour, red chillies, baking soda, and salt. Batter should be of medium consistency.
      Heat oil in a deep pan. Use a perforated spoon (one which we use in kitchen, when we deep fry something) and pour batter on it. Let this batter drop in the hot oil directly in droplets form (boondi shaped). Repeat this step till you have sufficient amount of batter droplets in the pan.Deep fry it till it is golden yellow in color. Transfer it on a plate, your boondi is ready. 🙂
      Hope this help. If you want I can write a post on it. 🙂

  10. Alisha this looks like a very easy and yummy chat.I love eating chat and macroni chat is a innovative idea.Would love to try it out.

  11. Yummy and even more yummy 🙂

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