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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)



Masala Chana ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes ) recipe
Masala chana, this is one cart vendor i want to bless, for providing a really nutritious meal! you can have the spiciness customised to your liking! most popular at chowpatty, beaches and at railway stations too.
Vada Pav, Mumbai Street Food recipe
This indigenous burger-like snack is the quickest and tastiest meal you can have in Mumbai – any time you are hungry, even in the middle of the night! Succulent and spicy potato vadas are sandwiched between fresh pav bread along with dry garlic chutney, to make a delicious snack that tickles the ....
Dry Fruit Gola ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes ) recipe
Dry fruit gola, tu hi tu, tu hi tu, satrangi re… look out for the seven colours of the rainbow on your favourite gola! golas, made from crushed ice laced with sherbets of different flavours, are a relief from the scorching heat. Crushing machines keep churning out the ice, to be merged with various ....
Cheese Chilli Toast ( Mumbai Roadside Snack) recipe
If the name makes you believe that this is a simple toast of bread with cheese and chilli flakes, you are in for a huge surprise. On Mumbai’s streets, Cheese Chilli Toast is an elaborate treat, of chutney-coated bread topped with a succulent mixture of cheese, capsicum and green chillies. To ....
Spring Dosa ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes) recipe
What does spring mean to you? A bounty of veggies, a splash of colours, fresh flavours? Well, experience all the vibrant joys of spring, wrapped inside this scrumptious Spring Dosa. A tasty stuffing of crunchy veggies, boiled noodles and peppy sauces is the highlight of this delicious butter-cooked ....
Vegetable Sandwich ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes ) recipe
Vegetable Sandwich, common fare on the Mumbai streets, this is a wholesome meal that you can feast on however short of time you are! Each sandwich is neatly cut into six equal pieces and served with tomato ketchup and chutney. And not to worry if you like it piping hot… bhaiyya will be very happy ....
Sukha Bhel ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes) recipe
Sukha bhel, the best medicine for sudden hunger pangs, be it on a noisy railway platform or a quiet roadside! This dry, non-messy variation of bhel can be stuffed in as a quick meal even as you rush to work. You may add veggies like tomatoes etc if you wish to make it an even more enjoyable ....
Teekha Chutney ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes ) recipe
This is a really spicy chutney for all the spicy food lovers.
Medu Vada, Mumbai Roadside Recipe recipe
This South Indian delicacy has become an integral part of Mumbai street food. No dosa stall is complete without piping hot deep-fried vadas. Just ask, and can get them submerged in sambhar. The idli-vada combination is a favou ....
Veg Fried Rice  ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes ) recipe
Veg fried rice, this is one dish that needs no introduction, and indeed it finds a place in every menu – from the street-side to five-star eateries! cooked rice combined with neatly cut juliennes of veggies and tossed in soya sauce. Since it’s a little on the blander side, you can aptly serve with c ....
Idli ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes) recipe
An ideal breakfast option for the busy-bee! served piping hot, usually in portions of three idlis per plate, who can say no to these healthy, steamed idlis that are accompanied by delectable sambhar and two chutneys too?
Mysore Sada Dosa ( Mumbai Roadside Recipe) recipe
Hmmm, when you want to have a quick and light meal, but are in too perky a mood for sada dosa, then go for the mysore sada dosa, which is not too heavy on the tummy but still has a nice, semi-spicy flavour, thanks to the mysore chutney! You can even make Mysore ....
Sada Uttapa ( Mumbai Roadside Recipe) recipe
With little effort and the same batter as dosa, you can make a dish that seems quite different. The uttapam is thicker and heavier than the dosa and is cooked on both sides. Peculiarity of an uttapa is the small holes that form when spread on the hot tava making it appealing.
Samosa Pav ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes ) recipe
Samosa pav, an equally popular brother of the famous vada pav! deep-fried samosas with a spicy potato and peas filling are sandwiched between laddi pav flavoured with chutneys. It has now become savvy to grill the samosa pav a little and serve it hot. The crisp outer crust of the samosa entices the ....
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