Ingredients Pineapple (peeled)1/2 Watermelon (peeled)1/4 Apples (peeled)1/4 Pears2 Green Apples2 Muskmelon1/4 Plums (deseeded & quartered)2 Strawberries (halved)4-5 Cumin Seeds1 tsp Black Saltto taste Mint Leaves (fresh)4 sprigs Lemon Juice1 tbsp Chaat Masala2 tbsp Pomegranate Seeds¼Preparation Cut pineapple, plums, strawberries, watermelon, pears, apples, green apples and muskmelon into one-inch-sized pieces. Put all the cut fruits in a big bowl. Roast cumin seeds nicely and grind them. Add black salt, roasted cumin powder, lemon juice, chaat masala to the fruit chaat bowl and mix them well. Refrigerate the fruit chaat for 10 minutes. Put the chaat in a fruit or a vegetable cup (as shown in the picture). Garnish the fruit chaat with mint leaves and pomegranate seeds. (Courtesy: Executive Sous Chef, Tenzin Losel, Eros Hotel, Nehru Place, New Delhi)
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