Vegetable Grilled Sandwich, Mumbai Roadside Veg Grilled Sandwich
vegetable grilled sandwich recipe | Mumbai veg grilled sandwich | with 20 amazing images. Mumbai's veg grilled sandwich is by far one of the most tasty and addictive vegetable grilled sandwich I have tasted. Yes, Mumbai’s roadside vendors take pride in offering the most tongue-tickling treats of all, and this vegetable grilled sandwich is no different. For some strange reason, the vegetable grilled sandwich is always served on a paper plate with loads of tomato ketchup only. vegetable…
Pav Bhaji- Recipes for Pav Bhaji-How to make Pav Bhaji-Pav Bhaji Masala
Mumbai's famous street food, a favorite chaat of my family and my kind of comfort food - Pav Bhaji. Pav = Bun and Bhaji = a mashed mixed Vegetable curry prepared with Pav Bhaji Masala. The key to a good Pav Bhaji lies in the quality of bread and the masala that goes into the making of the spicy bhaji.
Bhel Puri » Dassana's Veg Recipes
Get a lipsmacking Bhel Puri recipe that comes together under 30 minutes with 3 easy, quick chutney recipes. Bhel puri is a Mumbai street food.
Garam Masala Tuesdays: Vada Pav - The Novice Housewife
Vada Pavs: Spicy potato fritters that are sandwiched between two pavs (buns), a sweet chutney, a garlic chutney and green chutney. The potato fritters are gluten free and vegan. By using gluten free buns, and omitting Vada Pav can be an entirely vegan and gluten free option for those with dietary restrictions.
Usal Pav Recipe -A Delicious Mumbai Street Food
Usal Pav is a traditional and delicious Maharashtrian Mumbai Street Food that is made using the dried peas. This recipe has a tangy taste to it that comes from the addition of tamarind with many wonderful Indian spices. It is usually eaten with pav, an Indian bread or can even be a stand-alone dish, and finds favour with both children and adults alike. Serve the tangy hot Usal Pav accompanied with toasted pav or toasted bread with a cup of Masala Chai. You can also top the Usal with finely…
South Indian Breakfast Platter -- oh my, my FAVORITE!!! Of course my husband is from Chennai, so this would be our breakfast there. Lunch and dinner too, I don't care, I love this food.
Crispy Khasta kachori is just the thing to get your Diwali party started with! Not only does it look spectacular, it is flavorful and sets a sweet and spicy tone right at the beginning of the party.