Sweet Potato And Chana Chaat

5 min cook time
Cooking Time:
5 mins

nutrition facts

Serving Size 1 ServingPer Serving% Daily Value*
Calories942Calories from Fat115
Total Fat12.8g 20%Saturated Fat1.4g 7%
Cholesterol0mg 0%Sodium688mg 29%
Potassium2876mg 82%Carbohydrates170.2g 57%
Dietary Fiber44.5g 178%Sugars41.0g
Protein44.4gVitamin A28%
Vitamin C131%

nutrition facts

Serving Size 1 Serving
Total Fat12.8g 20%
Cholesterol0mg 0%
Potassium2876mg 82%
Dietary Fiber44.5g 178%
Vitamin C131%
Per Serving% Daily Value*
Calories from Fat115
Saturated Fat1.4g 7%
Sodium688mg 29%
Carbohydrates170.2g 57%
Vitamin A28%


  1. Soak the chickpeas overnight and cook in the pressure cooker till done. Keep aside.
  2. Parboil the sweet potatoes and keep aside.
  3. Take a serving dish and add the cooked sweet potatoes, chickpeas, cucumbers, tomatoes, onions, green chili and coriander leaves into it.
  4. Prepare the dressing with the ingredients listed under ‘Ingredients For Dressing’.
  5. Add the dressing to the chaat and toss till everything is combined well. Check for salt.
  6. Serve chilled or at room temperature.

Sweet Potatoes pack a powerful nutritional punch. They have got over 400% of your daily needs for vitamin A in one medium spud, as well as loads of fiber and potassium. They have got more grams of natural sugars than regular potato but more overall nutrients with fewer calories.

Not only are sweet potatoes readily available, inexpensive, and delicious, they have many other benefits for your health.

They are high in vitamin B6 – Vitamin B6 helps reduce the chemical homocysteine in our bodies. Homocysteine has been linked with degenerative diseases, including heart attacks.


They are a good source of vitamin C – While most people know that vitamin C is important to help ward off cold and flu viruses, few people are aware that this crucial vitamin plays an important role in bone and tooth formation, digestion, and blood cell formation. It helps accelerate wound healing, produces collagen which helps maintain skin’s youthful elasticity, and is essential to helping us cope with stress. It even appears to help protect our body against toxins that may be linked to cancer.

They contain Vitamin D – which is critical for immune system and overall health at this time of year.

Sweet potatoes contain iron – Most people are aware that we need the mineral iron to have adequate energy, but iron plays other important roles in our body, including red and white blood cell production, resistance to stress, proper immune functioning, and the metabolizing of protein, among other things.

Sweet potatoes are a good source of magnesium – which is the relaxation and anti-stress mineral. Magnesium is necessary for healthy artery, blood, bone, heart, muscle, and nerve function

They are a source of potassium – one of the important electrolytes that help regulate heartbeat and nerve signals. 


Sweet Potato provide energy – Sweet potatoes are naturally sweet-tasting but their natural sugars are slowly released into the bloodstream, helping to ensure a balanced and regular source of energy, without the blood sugar spikes linked to fatigue and weight gain.

They are high in carotenoids – like beta carotene and other carotenoids, which is the precursor to vitamin A in your body.  Carotenoids help strengthen our eyesight and boost our immunity to disease, they are powerful antioxidants that help ward off cancer and protect against the effects of aging.