1. Pav BhajiMaster Maharashtra's favourite breakfast in the corners of your kitchen with this simple and delicious recipe. Pav plays a significant role in Maharshtra's street food fare. Pav when teamed with Bhaji a combination of different vegetables cooked and mashed together makes for a fiery snack you would love to try.
This republic day make yourself this Maharashtrian delight
The South Indian savoury pancake dish is all things flavourful, wholesome and oh-so-decadent. 3. Masala Rava Idli
Your regular idli with a spicy twist. These semolina idlis, are flavoured with peppers, curry leaves and mustard seeds and goes best with piping hot sambhar and coconut chutney. There, there, we can see you slurping already.
These semolina idlis, are flavoured with peppers, curry leaves and mustard seeds and goes best with piping hot sambhar and coconut chutney.
4. Spicy Aloo Tikki
Flat spicy patties of mashed boiled potatoes, is every North Indian's favourite go-to street food. A bite into this fiery and ever-so delightful patty would tell you exactly why. Try making this delightful snack at home with this lovely recipe. Serve with fresh mint chutney and enjoy.
A bite into this fiery and ever-so delightful patty would tell you exactly why.
6. Medu Vada Medu vada is an indispensable part of South Indian cuisine that has gained much recognition globally too. Medu vada is prepared using black lentils or urad dal batter and deep fried in oil. This soul satisfying crispy vada dipped in piping hot sambhar with coconut chutney is one treat you shouldn't deprive yourself of.
7. Methi Ka TheplaThe flat Gujarati delight is delicious and nutritious snack that would leave you craving for more. Kneaded with methi, ginger, chilies, herbs and yogurt, the flat paratha like snack goes best with chutney, pickle or raita.
8. Keema Samosa With Yogurt Dip Samosa lovers raise your hands! Crispy dough pockets filled with spicy minced mutton filling. Team them with a refreshing hung curd dip and enjoy.
10. Chole Bhature
You saw this coming, didn't you? Mention chole bhature and a Punjabi heart would take a leap of joy. The soft and puffy bhaturas, and chickpeas cooked in the rich mélange of rustic spices. Serve piping hot with pickle.
About Sushmita SenguptaSharing a strong penchant for food, Sushmita loves all things good, cheesy and greasy. Her other favourite pastime activities other than discussing food includes, reading, watching movies and binge-watching TV shows.