Inside-out vada pav is just a fun flip of all the ingredients that make the regular vada pav. Instead of using a pav to sandwich the vada in between, this recipe uses a potato vada ...
Poha Medu Vada is made of; you guessed it right – Poha. The taste and texture of poha makes for a brilliant substitute for the overnight soaked dal and your South Indian breakfast will be ...
A bite into this juicy chicken vada sandwiched between the soft pav that is slathered with spicy chutneys is sure to give your day just the protein-packed and flavoursome kick start that you need.
If you are bored of having the usual idli again and again, try this innovative and delicious batata vada stuffed idli. We are sure, it is going to be your next favourite snack recipe.
Straight from the street of Kolhapur, kat vada (also known as usal vada) is a recipe which is known for its spicy sauces. It is basically a curry-based snack that includes fried batata vada (potato ...
Here's another street food from the street of Madhya Pradesh - a fritter made with different vegetables but mainly palak and methi, - Bhaaji vada.
kanji vada is a popular delicacy of Rajasthan and Gujarat. It is a chilled drink that is immersed with spicy, salty and tangy flavours.
About Kerala-Style Pappada Vada Recipe: Crispy, easy and absolutely delicious, these papads with the flavours of red chilli and black sesame are a delight to savour.
About Parippu Vada Recipe: A spicy, crunchy vada from Kerala that you can make at home and store for long to pair with your cup of hot tea.
About Gobhi Dal Vada Recipe: A crispy, full of protein goodness with the flavours of spices such as red chilli, cumin, cauliflower and chana dal! This vada is a perfect snack to munch on!
We are sure you have tried the regular vada pav a number of times. But did you know that there is an ulta vad pav recipe too? Read more about it here.
Are you a fan of street food? We have a list of delicious vada recipes that will make your mouth water. Read on to know more.
Quick vada recipes: Vadas can be relished for breakfast, lunch or even evening snacks. Here are 5 vada recipes you can try at home.
Medu vada, kalmi vada, chana vada are some of the most popular vadas you must have heard about. Masala vada is another incredibly popular snack you must have tried at least once in your lifetime. ...
Poha Medu Vada Recipe: Are you a Medu Vada fan but have no time to prepare it? Try this quick and easy poha medu vada recipe which will be ready in a matter of minutes.
Flying Vada Pav: Raghu Dosa Wala is a 60-year old shop at Bora Bazar Street in Fort, Mumbai that is popular for serving vada pav. Watch the viral video here.
One of the most popular teatime snacks of Kerala, masala or parippu vada can be called a crunchier version of the classic medu vada.
Kerala-style pappada vada recipe: These vadas are made with papad and make for a delicious and crunchy snack to pair with evening tea.
Gaurav Londhe thought about selling vada pavs to people stuck in jam, with a bottle of water for only Rs.20. He named his venture 'Traffic Vada Pav'.
Medu vada is also known as medu vadai, ulundu vadai, garelu et al. KT Achaya describes this vada as "soft inside and crunchy outside". Medu vada is usually prepared using black lentils or urad dal ...