After winning hearts with her presence in Jersey, actress Mrunal Thakur is again creating a buzz with her latest release, Sita Ramam. The Telugu-language period drama film was released on August 5 and is doing well at the box office. And Mrunal, being a foodie, found her own unique way of celebrating the film's release. She gorged on a popular street food. Mrunal shared a video on Instagram Stories where she could be seen biting into vada pav. She first shows the food, then looks into the camera and says, “And this is how we celebrate Sita Ramam.” She also takes a bite from the green chilli to enjoy the delicacy in the best way possible. She mentions, “And I ate vada pav on the release day,” with a red chilli emoji.
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Looking at Mrunal Thakur's clip, if you've started craving vada pav, we have some amazing recipes for you.
Here are 5 interesting vada pav recipes that you can try at home:
1) Vada pav
First of all, let us make you familiar with this classic recipe of vada pav. It might look like a lot of work needs to be done for this dish, but we bet, that once you start working, it won't take much time. So, what are you waiting for? Enjoy this at home and share it with your family members.
Yes, this may not be very easily available on the streets of Mumbai. But you can always experiment with the dish while preparing it at home. So, if you love chicken, we are sure this yummy chicken vada pav is going to appeal to your tastebuds.
The best part about vada pav is that it's very versatile. Although many people are still fond of the authentic recipe, there are some who like to play around and be more creative when it comes to vada pav. For this, you need to use potato vada to hold the bun in between unlike the regular way of preparing the dish. Sounds interesting, right? Try it out.
This is for all those who like their food to be all things spicy. For the twist, all you need to do is put a lot of green chillies in making the potato preparation along with a lot of other spices to make vada. To enhance its taste, you must also put some grated cheese on top of it.
Vada pav is indeed one of the most loved street food items across the country. This tiny vada pav recipe will serve as a perfect snack when you are hungry or it's a great option to consider while going for light lunch or brunch. For the final assembling of vada pav, use tamarind chutney, green chutney, and some yoghurt.
Now, that you have ample recipes for vada pav, we hope you have a great experience enjoying this dish.