The Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre event is all we have been talking about for days now. A massive launch of this cultural centre had international stars in attendance, and everyone had been going gaga over all the lavishness that followed. From Gigi Hadid walking down the pink carpet in a gorgeous gold saree to Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan posing with Zendaya and Tom Holland, our Instagram has been flooded with posts and stories from the event. But what really caught everybody’s eye was the Daulat ki chaat served at the event with ₹500 notes as garnish.
Yes, the Ambani’s served Daulat ki chaat to their esteemed guests, and for a touch of extravagance, the plating had ₹500 notes instead of tissues. Even though the notes were fake, the look and feel of this dessert has us feeling poor. But no more, because we have the perfect recipes to recreate this sweet, creamy, and rich North Indian delicacy at home!
Best Recipes To Make Daulat Ki Chaat At Home
1. Daulat Ki Chaat By Chef Sanjeev Kapoor
Nothing like your regular chaat, this one is made with milk turned into a cloud-like texture that will simply melt in your mouth. Check out this simple recipe by Chef Sanjeev Kapoor and have this delight at home.
2. Daulat Ki Chaat By Zaika Mazedaar
Also known as Malai Makhan, this chaat is a popular street food from the streets of New Delhi. A perfect winter dessert, this is pretty simple to make at home, especially with this recipe by Zaika Mazedar.
3. Daulat Ki Chaat By Anita’s Veg Kitchen
Known as Banarasi Malaiyo in Banaras, this dish is as rich as a dessert gets. With a mouth-melting texture that will keep you wanting for more, you must make this chaat at home. Check out this recipe by Anita’s Veg Kitchen and enjoy it at home today!
4. Daulat Ki Chaat By Mukta Sethia
If you have a sweet tooth, this chaat is one thing you definitely must try once. This recipe by Mukta Sethia makes it pretty simple for you to get a delicious and frothy cup of chaat at home.
5. Daulat Ki Chaat By FoodzLife
All Delhiites know of this famous chaat, usually found in the streets of Chandni Chowk. Every bite of this creamy perfection tastes like heaven. Check out this easy recipe by FoodzLife to make it quickly.
Pro tip: To get that Richie-rich feel, use monopoly notes to present it right!
Cover Image Courtesy: Instagram/Priyanka Chopra