These unique street side snacks played a major role in making our childhood really special and memorable.
Food enthusiasts are in for a new experience while indulging in their favorite street side snacks with Mumbai's first 'Food Truck Festival' serving a range of items like English sandwiches and coconut coolers on wheels.
Kanji vada is a popular local delicacy of Rajasthan and Gujarat. Containing moong dal vadas immersed in tangy mustard flavoured liquid called Kanji.
These exclusive chaats are super easy-to-make and require just a handful of ingredients to get ready.
Let us take a moment and acknowledge the dominance of potatos in Indian cooking; and while we are at it, let us also thank the Portuguese for introducing batata or potatoes to India.
Gol Gappe is a tangy street side snack that no one can resist. Did you know that gol gappa has a dozen different names that changes from region to region? Even the recipe or stuffing ...
Hot dog, footlong, frankfurter, weiner - call it anything, but the lip-smacking delicacy has been one of the most favourite street side snacks ever.
Ghugni is a spiced chickpea or Bengal gram based curry which can be enjoyed by itself with masala and onion and or as a meal with hot puris. While it is essentially a vegetarian dish, ...