“Daulat ki chaat”, the name itself defines the richness of the eatery enriches with milk and dry fruits. One of the popular street food that can make visitors and foodie’s feel incomplete without this threat to themselves.
The dessert filling with a beautiful smell of saffron, and the milky tastes of the white color cream. Add-ons are the tastes of the dry fruits of nuts, jaggery, and other dry fruits along with dried rose petals. The preparation of Daulat ki chaat is not only exceptional available in the entire world but it is a traditional food. This amazing churns of milk is a must-try when enjoying the beauty of the capital of India.
History of Daulat ki chaat
While discovering the ancient history of the preparation of the skimmed milk there are several stories behind it. With the arrival of the different dynasties and emperors into the country, the changes in the chaat molded the taste.
It is believed that Daulat ki Chaat was introduced by the Gujaratis who love to have the creams of the skimmy milk during the winter. Other than this, there was an inspiration from the Shahi Tukda that was a special dish from the Mughal court.
The dessert or the street food was also seen in the Afghan dishes, where the cow or buffalo’s milk is beautifully skimmed to form the creamy layer. This form or method is still popular for the making of the drinks such as Yakult and Kumis.
Each preparation has a difference but it has the same techniques but the extra additional to ending up to creating the chaat. The entire journey from simple skimming of the milk to the flavor mixes on the creams is exceptional in taste.
Dessert or as street food
Whether it is the dessert after the marriage ceremony or it can be a small treat to the belly in the winter afternoons. None the less the affection for the chaat is lesser for the locals as well as the visitors. The food is not only famous among the Delhites but also available in different parts of the north, as Malayo in Varanasi. Nimish in Lucknow, the tastes may vary a bit but the basic flavor is of the cream segregated from the milk is similar.
Few people are aware of this light dessert that people can have after their heavy kind of dinners at parties or events.
The desserts serving in different earthen pots, or in leafy pots, have their individual attraction for their cloudy white appearance and the sweetness of the dry fruits, saffron, cardamom. From the kitchen of the Parsi’s drink, it may not be similar but has the touch of the cardamom in it.
Daulat ki chaat, the unique dessert as the name describes; is exceptional when it ensures that feeling and flavor are equal to several gold coins. People find this dessert lighter and tastier comparatively to other traditional or continental deserts. This the reason that this dessert has been known as the chaat that is one in hundreds for its unique delicacy available in the winter season.