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मुंबई की लोकप्रिय स्ट्रीट फूड रेसिपी - हिन्दी में पढ़ें (Mumbai Street Food recipes in Hindi)
મુંબઈની લોકપ્રિય સ્ટ્રીટ ફૂડ રેસિપિ - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો (Mumbai Street Food recipes in Gujarati)

Popular Mumbai Street Food recipes, Mumbai roadside recipes

Popular Mumbai Street Food recipes, Mumbai roadside recipes. I’m quite passionate about eating out… and this means everything from sophisticated food from high-end restaurants to greasy, spicy street-food. Street food is extremely popular in Mumbai, mainly because you can have a wholesome meal at half the price of any comparable dish in a restaurant. Be it breakfast, snacks or even junk food, these can be purchased on any foot path, beach-side or road corner.

Vada Pav, Mumbai Roadside RecipeVada Pav, Mumbai Roadside Recipe

Khaugallis are an integral part of Mumbai street food

Khaugallis are an integral part of Mumbai. For the uninitiated, in Marathi, khau means treat and galli means a small lane. They have a large variation  of every dish, each prepared more temptingly than the other. Those who have not tasted this, fussing about hygiene and nutritive value, have really missed something good in life.

Pav Bhaji ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes )Pav Bhaji ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes )

The Khaugallis at Ghatkopar, Zaveri Bazar, SNDT- cross maidan and Mohammad ali road are few popular places to indulge into street food that is freshly prepared right in front of your eyes with enticing aromas. In fact, some of the vendors gain such a reputation for their snacks that people will journey far to experience the food from a specific vendor.

Pani Puri, Mumbai Roadside Pani Puri, GolgappaPani Puri, Mumbai Roadside Pani Puri, Golgappa

Whether it is a good old lazy Sunday, a festive season or simply a normal working day, the street side is always packed with hungry people waiting for more. Smartly-dressed guys in ties and formals will be relishing pani puri, right next to a rikshah-wala enjoying the dish with equal gusto! Rich and poor of all ages forget their differences and enjoy the feast, not bothering overly about sophistication, ambience and other niceties.

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It is not surprising that anything innovatively presented or made in a jiffy at a moderate price and proportion works well in Mumbai. Be it aloo parathas, zunka bhakar, bhurji pav, chila or even a mobile tea-coffee wala who caters to our needs on a cycle, they all have something to offer!

Mumbai street food has changed

Like most things, street food in Mumbai has also undergone changes. For ages, it was ruled by the vada pav and dosas, along with the standard cutting chai, bhel and bun maska, bhel accommodated variations such as Chinese bhel and corn bhel.

Bhel Puri

Bhel Puri

New wonders like Frankies, khichai papad and grilled sandwiches found a place on the streets of Mumbai. Just like the city that expands to accommodate anybody who comes to it with hope, the city’s street food scene has also adapted, imbibing the best of several cuisines from Western to Oriental!

Vegetable Grill Sandwich ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes )Vegetable Grill Sandwich ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes )

Mumbai Roadside Breakfast

Mumbai street food breakfast. Anna selling a plate of soft, fluffy idli or crispy medu vada drowning in a pool of coconut chutney and tangy sambhar is a common sight in various nook and corners of office areas in Mumbai. Also, you will find vendors selling Batata PohaSheeraUpmaSabudana khichdi in the morning near station roads. It is consumed by most office-going Mumbaikars as breakfast.

Batata Poha, Aloo PohaBatata Poha, Aloo Poha

Mumbai Roadside sandwiches

Mumbai street food sandwiches. Cheese sandwiches, veg grilled sandwiches and toast sandwich are three types of sandwiches available in mumbai. Under these you get infinite variety of tempting roadside sandwiches. A gas toaster placed on coal making crunchy toasted sandwich is generally served with a side of spicy green chutney and tomato ketchup. Here is a list of some popular Mumbai roadside toast sandwiches :

Toasted Samosa Sandwich, Mumbai Roadside Recipe
Toasted Samosa Sandwich, Mumbai Roadside Recipe

Mumbai roadside dosa

Mumbai street food dosas. Ever-green favorites like sada dosa, mysore masala dosa and cheese dosa are savored by everyone all the time. But with time and changing tastes, not only do we now see a wide range of new foods, but also revamped versions of the all-time favourites. Dosa gave birth to Chopsuey dosa, Spring dosa. Also, some dosa got upgraded with an addition of popular subzi like palak paneer, paneer bhurji to make palak paneer dosa, paneer bhurji dosa or there is even paneer chilly and kolhapuri dosa. One of my favorite is the cheese burst dosa oozing with cheese and loaded with vegetables.

Mysore Masala Dosa with Green ChutneyMysore Masala Dosa with Green Chutney

Some foods like golas, pani puri etc are best had at the roadside, for the sheer fun! The kind of happiness and joy one has eating these finger-licking delicacies at the stall cannot be compared to eating at home. However, for those who wish to reproduce the magic of the street-side vendor in their own kitchen, this collection of Mumbai roadside recipes serves as a guiding light, presenting the basic technique of making each dish, apart from capturing the intricacies of each street food and taking you for a walk along the Mumbai roads, showing you the foodie’s favourite spots and even the price range of each food! 

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Enjoy our Popular Mumbai Street Food recipes, Mumbai roadside recipes. Also enjoy the below street food recipes:



Masala Khichiya Papad ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes ) recipe
Crunchy to the core, and as tongue-tickling as a snack can get! The Masala Khichia Papad is a scrumptious snack of crushed papads topped with chopped veggies, peppy chutneys and of course, crisp sev. When all these merge together in one mouthful, the experience is just too exciting. Keep all the ing ....
Dry Masala Powder for Mumbai Roadside Chaat recipe
All of us know what goes into Mumbai’s famous roadside Bhel and other chaats, don’t we? Of course, murmura, sev, papdi, chaat masala, chutneys, crunchy onions, juicy tomatoes, etc. But do you know of the invisible ingredient, which gives it a unique and magical taste? The Dry Masala Powder for t ....
Green Chutney ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes) recipe
Chaat without green chutney? Never! One of the most important ingredients used by Mumbai’s street-food vendors, the Green Chutney is used not just in the preparation of chaat but also in various other exciting dishes like vada pav and sandwiches too. You can even serve it as an off-beat dip for chip ....
Ragda Pattice ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes ) recipe
Ragda Patties is an ever-popular snack served piping hot by the roadside food vendors of Mumbai. Aromatic, tasty and filling, this snack often doubles up as a meal for many. This is basically potato patties drowned in ragda, a grav ....
Vegetable Grill Sandwich ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes ) recipe
A Vegetable Grill Sandwich this is, but far more exciting than the subtle continental versions! Yes, Mumbai’s roadside vendors take pride in offering the most tongue-tickling treats of all, and this Vegetable Grill Sandwich is no different. Made with a large assortment of vegetables, oodles ....
Veg Frankie, Mumbai Roadside Recipe recipe
The Veg Frankie of Mumbai is now so famous that you can find Frankie stalls all over the country – in parks and beaches, on the street and in food courts. A satiating snack that can be relished even on-the-go, the Veg Frankie is made by rolling up a ....
Dahi Kachori ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes ) recipe
Dahi kachori, although rooted in the north, this filling snack has found its own place in the good old streets of mumbai! it’s a challenge to deftly bite into this king-sized snack. However well you do it, you will have a spot of chutney ooze out onto your face… be a sport, it is part of the roadsid ....
Masala Toast ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes ) recipe
A tasty aloo masala packed between slices of bread lined with tongue-tickling chutney, the Masala Toast is surely one sumptuous snack that will keep you going for an hour or two. The unique stove and toaster used to make this Masala Toast is a typical trademark of street-side food. However, in this ....
Hakka Noodles ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes ) recipe
Hakka noodles, the name comes from the hakka people – the chinese tribe that first moved to calcutta in the late 1700s. These noodles are processed and thus don’t take much time to cook. The boiled noodles and veggies are made much in advance and kept ready for the hungry diners. You just need to wa ....
Coconut Chutney ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes) recipe
An all time favourite accompaniment to be served with south indian delicacy snacks.
Sandwich Masala ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes ) recipe
Our desi sandwich – especially the one sold on Mumbai’s roadside – is quite unlike the subtle international ones! It is scrumptious and chatpata, and very exciting. Fit to have steaming hot on a rainy day, or wrapped up for gobbling on-the-move, it is a handy delight, which everybody loves. What mak ....
Veg Manchurian ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes ) recipe
Veg manchurian, you cannot miss the inimitable smell of cooking garlic, onions and chillies, which will grab your attention even from 500 metres away! this ever-popular chinese dish is really easy to make. When you eat these deep-fried vegetable balls in a soya sauce based gravy, do not let mundane ....
Chinese Bhel, Mumbai Roadside Snack recipe
What happens when peppy Chinese flavours fuse with the all-time favourite bhel format? Well, you get the best of both worlds, so enjoy! Chinese Bhel is a very popular roadside snack in Mumbai. It is made of fried noodles, perked up with cr ....
Hot and Sour Soup ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes ) recipe
Hot and sour soup, you can feel your taste buds shift gears from the spicy chilli sauce to the sour vinegar, creating a magical experience! a mélange of neatly chopped veggies cooked in stock or waterand other spices makes this a wholesome treat too. Served best with crisp noodles and typical chines ....
Pav Bhaji ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes ) recipe
Pav Bhaji is more than a mere snack! it’s a quick meal that can be grabbed on the go – since large potions of the bhaji are made in advance and simply reheated with a few spices before serving. You just need to wait till the pav is toasted to perfection with oodles of butter! Hmm, top with the r ....
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