Before getting into Navratri spree, let me share the quick recap of the Cooking Carnival Mega Marathon. As you all know, I picked one category – Starter/Appetizer/Chaat and posted 26 recipes falling under that same category. Being a savory lover, I can’t deny the fact that chaats are my weakness. I love chaats. Apparently I didn’t post many chaat recipes and this BM paved a way for me to post my favorite chaat recipes.
This is my fourth mega marathon with this wonderful group. I started to participate in this month long marathons from 2015. I am so glad that I completed four month long marathons successfully. You can find the recaps of the previous marathons in the below links,
I would like to thank all the readers for your support and comments via all media. And also I would like to congratulate and thank all the fellow bloggers who participated in this marathon. As usual I learnt lot and I need an individual post to talk about each and every one of them. (I doubt if one post would be sufficient) I have lot of recipes bookmarked and can’t wait to try them soon.
Here is a quick index of all the recipes that I posted this September. Please click on the image below to navigate to the individual recipes. Last April, I created an A-Z Pinterest board to keep track of the recipes and this time I create a google plus collection for all my chaat recipes. You can find the collection here.
Chaats | A Quick Recap
As I mentioned in my Sukha bhel post, now that I have posted all the traditional fried savory chaats I am all set to explore the alternatives and fusions. But not in the month of October though. Stay tuned for some Navratri and Diwali recipes.