If you really want to explore the world of snacks from every nook and corner of the country, you can start with the following street foods of India and give them the recognition and love ...
Sooji Golgappa Recipe: When talking about street food of India, there is no way you cannot think about gol gappas.
Indian street foods are known worldwide for their taste, diversity and easy accessibility in various cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata and Bangalore to name a few. Few street dishes like kathi rolls, daulat ki chaat, ...
Street food of India: Here we list down some of the most-cooked lockdown recipes of street foods that can be made at home with easily-available ingredients.
Street food in India has always been the talk around the globe. Let's look at what came and stole the maximum limelight in the past decade.
Looking at the variety and the taste, we can surely boast about the Indian street foods as the best in the world.
Banarasi Tamatar Chaat: It is s available in every nook and corner of the city. If you want to try this famous street food at home, here is an easy recipe for you.
From potato to fish, Bengalis are known to make telebhaja out of every possible vegetable and non-veg ingredient.
South Indian-Style Ambode Recipe: It has multiple variations in terms of ingredients. While some use dill leaves in the batter, others prefer using curry leaves instead.
This recipe of Mumbai's special masala toast sandwich that will remind you of your favourite sandwich joint in the city.