by Tabeer Dawood
Fruit chaat is a much loved dessert in Pakistan and is especially loved during the month of Ramadan owing to how light and healthy it is.
The best thing about it is how simple and flexible it is.
3-4 cups fresh juice, or just enough to cover the fruit so it doesn't go black. I used a mix of orange and pineapple juice.
1 teaspoon black pepper
a half teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon chaat masala or mango powder
Mix the spices in the juice and then add the fruit.
1 large mango
(any other fruits can be added)
Just cut up all the fruit in tiny pieces and mix it all up :)
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