Indian Street Food

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  • Tiny Vada Pao

    About Tiny Vada Pao Recipe: A popular street food from Mumbai! Vada Pao is one of the most loves food across India. Vada made of spices and potatoes sandwiched between toasted pao bread, this dish ...

  • Vada Pav

    About Vada Pav Recipe: The most popular street food from Mumbai, so much so that Mumbai is almost synonymous to Vada Pav. It is basically Batata Vada sandwiched between slices of a Pav along with ...

  • Homemade Paani Puri

    Gol gappas in North India, Fulki in Madhya Pradesh while Gupcchi in Odisha. The most famous street snack of India, loved by all age groups is known by different names in different regions and even ...

  • Masaledaar Aloo Tikki

    Much like Gol Gappas, Aloo tikki as well is one of the most favourite in Indian street food. It is a crunchy crisp mix of potato, peas and various masalas mostly accompanied with mint and ...

  • Easy Homemade Bhel Puri

    Another street food loved by one and all, this one is a savoury dish found on every street of North India. Does not require too much time and is perfect for a picnic menu or ...

  • Sonth ki Chutney

    A sweet and sour chutney that goes well with all those crisp tea-time treats.

  • Paani Poori

    Paani Poori is an Indian street food snack that nobody can resist. Mainly originating from Varanasi, it is known by different names in different parts of the country. Paani poori in Maharashtra, Golgappe in Uttar ...

  • Aloo Chutney Wala

    Here is a recipe for tangy chutney potatoes. Potatoes stuffed with cheese and cashews, deep fried till golden. Tossed in a luscious tomato, chutney and yogurt gravy.

  • Aloo Tikki

    One of the favourite street food of India. Boiled potatoes are mashed and mixed with a melange of aromatic spices, daal and other condiments baked lovely or fried to perfection.

  • Bhutte Ka Kees

    About Bhutte Ka Kees Recipe: A delicious, easy and quick street food from Indore, Bhutte Ka Kees is basically corn cooked with spices and simmered in milk which makes it an unusual vegetable dish.

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