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 Pav along with a ...
Sachin Tendulkar revealed how exactly he likes his vada pav, and Twitter couldn't keep calm about the popular Mumbai street food.
A visit to Mumbai is incomplete without sampling the lip-smacking street food. Here are 7 street foods that you must try.
The Mumbai special-street food looks like a distant cousin of Kolkata's Kathi roll. Frankie is a spicy wrap or a roll that is stuffed with veggies, chutney, masalas and a whole lot of things.
Mumbai's kebab pav is made by stuffing in pavs with cutlets made with seasoned minced mutton. It is very easy to make so that means you can try it even in the comfort of your ...
Pav, the staple bread of Mumbai, was first introduced by the Portuguese, who were residing in Goa. It is derived from their comfort food 'pao', a soft and fluffy dinner roll.
Mumbai's famous masala omelette pav is basically a perfectly cooked masala omelette, sandwiched in butter toasted ladi pav.
Batata vada recipe: You may enjoy it as is or can press between two slices of buns and make yourself a hot and fiery vada pav in a jiffy.
Vada pav is basically fried batata vada stuffed between pav to make vada pav. Here we are frying the vada mixture, pav and chutney together to make yummy pakodas.
If you plan to prepare it at home, then we have a recipe that will help you whip up authentic street-style dabeli from scratch.
Chinese bhel: Putting a healthy spin on one of Mumbai's newest street food crazes of Chinese bhel is our all-vegan version using roasted peanuts and mung bean sprouts.