Spicy and cheesy, this vada pav recipe is sure to blow your mind with its extraordinary taste. Usually, Vada Pav has a potato vada inside it but in cheese chilli vada pav, the vada ...
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 ...
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.
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 ...
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 ...
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.
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.
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'.
Right from chicken vada pav and ulta vada to chilli cheese vada pav, there's a lot to relish and are worth your cravings.
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.
A Twitter user came across a bizarre 'Croissant Vada Pav' made with a slice Croissant and Aloo Vada stuffed inside it. Take a look!
A Twitter user recently posted about the man who is widely credited with the invention of Vada Pav , snack seller Ashok Vaidya.
Viral video: A food stall in Gujarat selling ice-cream vada pav has taken the art of 'strange food combination' to another level, and we just can't decide to like it or not.
Inspired from Maharashtrian fiery garlic powder that is served with vada pav, this recipe includes garlic pods, peanuts and desiccated coconut.
A bite into the juicy chicken vada - sandwiched between soft pavs lathered with spicy chutneys - is just the kick of energy and flavours we need to start our day with