Kachalu Chaat also called as Jaam ka Chaat or Amrood ka Chaat is a very famous Hyderabad Chaat recipe. This is usually made in Iftar during Ramadan. To make this quick and easy kachalu chaat are ripe guava, salt, sugar and black pepper powder. Made in just 1-minute, this guava chaat is must-try recipe.
Few months back when I went to my aunt’s house, she made this ‘Kachalu aka Guava Salad’. I instantly loved it. This is one of the quick, easy and delicious recipe I have ever made. Peel, Cut, Sprinkle and Toss…that’s it…Isn’t it super easy to make?
Guava is one of my favorite fruit and this season it is raining guava here. So, I picked up a cart when I last visited organic fruit shop. Seeing these juicy guva’s I could not stop myself making this kachalu chaat.
What is Kachalu Chaat?
Kachalu Chaat is no cook, zero oil chaat recipe made by using ripe guavas. But here I rarely find ripe ones. So, I used fresh and organic guva’s to make this chaat. Ripe guavas are sweet in taste and to balance the sweetness, we add salt and pepper powder. This is sweet and spicy chaat recipe.
Nutrition in Guava
- Boots immunity
- Helps in reducing weight
- Good for skin
- Boots heart health
- Benefits digestive system
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Kachalu Chaat Recipe
Kachalu Chaat or Jaam ka Chaat or Amrood ka Chaat is a very famous Hyderabad Chaat recipe. All you need is 1 minute and 4 ingredients.
- 3-4 medium sized fresh/ripe Guavas
- 1 tbsp. Sugar
- ½ tbsp. Pepper powder
- ¼ tbsp. Salt
How to make Kachalu Chaat Recipe
- Wash and peel guavas. Scoop out the seeds.
- Cut into small pieces. Add this to a bowl. Sprinkle sugar, pepper powder and salt.
- Toss and serve immediately.
- Add love to make this kachalu chaat taste ‘Yummy’.
Lubna's Serving Suggestions:
Make this ripe guava salad in snack or light meal or iftar.
Peel and cut the pieces of guava. Store them in clean and dry air tight container in fridge.
Toss with salt, sugar and pepper before serving. Tastes best when served cool and fresh.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 42Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 437mgCarbohydrates: 10gFiber: 2gSugar: 7gProtein: 1g
This might be of great importance in my new pro-health lifestyle. Thank you for sharing.
This sounds like a lovely salad, too bad I won’t be able to try it as I am allergic to Guavas. Thanks for sharing the recipe please enjoy some for me.
Farah Abdulah says
Ooo I know this. The hubby told me about it, he just doesn’t really know what it was called. Oh the wonders of interracial marriage, there is just so much to learn!
Oh wow, you’re making me want to eat some guava now!
I love guavas but never thought about eating it with salt and pepper – what an interesting combination. Looking forward to tasting it. I’m always open to fruity discoveries.
Nasra Sharif says
your pictures are beautiful and the painted board too! the Guava salad recipe is so easy, I must eat fro the warm weather. Thanks.
This looks scrumptious. I have to definitely try this in sha Allah. Thanks for sharing.
This has been a family favourite for as long as I can remember! We also add bananas 🙂 I love how you’ve given it a modern look with your pics 🙂
Rafeeda - The Big Sweet Tooth says
I really loved this chat when I had it for the first time at a relative’s house. I have now bought some big guavas to make it. The pictures are really lovely, love the board too…