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This spicy, crunchy Bengali chaat, sold streetside in the blink-and-you're-in-South-Asia part of Jackson Hts (Queens), is puffed rice, roasted soybeans, chickpeas, chopped tomatoes, onions & cilantro tossed with various chutneys & strong, wasabi-esque mustard oil. It's a really interesting, different chaat in the neighborhood that's becoming more popular with vendors.
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