Aloo cheese frankie ( Cheese & Potato stuffed wraps)

Frankies are basically wraps, and a popular Indian street food. This Aloo cheese Frankie is quite popular and the most common one amongst its vegetarian counterparts. I would occasionally indulge on these after my work hours. There was a Frankie stall right outside the railway station serving up both veg and non-veg frankies. At the sight of the piping hot frankies, prepared right in front of you, one couldn’t help but drool until that Frankie made it’s way from the skillet to your plate . Satisfaction for your hunger and taste buds! Yum!

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Dabeli/ Kutchi Dabeli

Dabeli is a popular street food that originated in Kutch, Gujarat in India. Hence it is also known as kutchi or kachchi dabeli! It is a common and popular street food in Mumbai too. It is easy to spot tiny carts selling this yummy snack, doting the cities busy street. Continue reading →

Ragda patties (Potato patties served with curried dried peas)

 

Ragda patties is yet another lip smacking street food in Mumbai! Ragda is curried dried peas & patties normally pronounced as ‘pattice’ or even ‘petis’ are nothing but potato patties that are shallow fried. These potato patties are dunked in the ragda gravy  and topped with chaat chutneys, finely chopped onions, tomatoes, crispy sev and cilantro.


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Sabudana khichdi in green masala (Vegan & gluten free)

This hariyali sabudana khichdi, prepared using a ground paste of cilantro and chillies, is a delicious twist to the regular sabudana khichdi.

Sabudana (tapioca pearls ) khichdi is a popular Maharashtrian breakfast snack. Soaked and drained tapioca is tempered with cumin seeds, curry leaves, and green chillies. Tapioca is also consumed in the form of vadas (fritters). Continue reading →


Baked sabudana vada (Tapioca fritters)

 

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Sabudana or sago vada is a sumptuous and delicious, deep fried snack popular in Maharashtra, India. It is made of soaked sabudana aka tapioca pearls, boiled and mashed potatoes, coarsely crushed roasted peanuts and a few spices. It is crunchy, a little spicy and somewhat sweet, everything you’d want in a snack. It is mostly consumed for fasts (vrat), however they are an excellent any time snack as well. Continue reading →


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