Tag: indian street food
Kolhapuri Misal Pav | How to make Misal Pav is one of my favorite snacks or quick fix meals. It is super spicy, has a ton of texture and every bite is full of flavor. I am sharing an easy recipe to make this at home using sprouted legumes.
Learn How to make Chutney for Chaat and Sev Puri at home with everyday ingredients and enjoy a variety of lip-smacking street food at home! These chutneys are mouthwatering and are a must for making any chaat 🙂
Dal ka Phara or Fara is a very popular snack if your visiting eastern Uttar Pradesh or Bihar. The ‘pithii’ or the filling is made of ‘chana dal’ a.k.a split chick peas. Alternatively, this filling can also be made with ‘urad dal’ a.k.a skinless white lentil ... Read More
Considering how much I love Potatoes, I have a very few recipes about them on the blog! Dubkimaar Aloo or Rassedaar Aloo Tamatar is very common in my home…specially for Sunday brunch with some crispy, flaky, layered Parathas😋 NomNom!!
North Indians love their Aloo ka Paratha! I am no different either…I can actually have it everyday…in all three meals😛😛 yes! I love it that much…😘
Tandoori food also happens to be a hot favorite between my hubby and I. Smoky, crisp & full of ... Read More
Kesar Pista Kulfi Recipe | How to make Kulfi is just the recipe we need in these hot summer days. This kulfi is deliciously creamy, has a nice texture and definitely doesn’t take hours to prepare. Simple ingredients and they come together quickly to make these melt in the mouth ... Read More
Masala Pav | How to make Masala Pav is delicious and mildly spicy Mumbai street food. It is so famous and absolutely lipsmackingly yummy! I am sure anyone who’s been in Mumbai has definitely tasted it and loved it to bits! So, today I’ll be sharing my version of one of the ... Read More
I don’t think there is anybody who doesn’t like ‘Garama-Garam Samosas’!! ❤️❤️…my personal favourite among all the ‘desi’ snacks!!
Litti Chokha is a very common street food in Bihar and parts of Uttar Pradesh too! And we basically hail from U.P….so it’s obvious that our love for this kind authentic food is very strong😁