This traditional Indian snack features puffed fried puris, stuffed with masala potatoes, and topped with curd, fresh vegetables and chutney!
Dahi Vada is a popular Indian snack or appetizer that features a fried lentil patty soaked in yogurt, aromatic spices, and garnished with fresh cilantro. This recipe is brought to you by Rachna's Kitchen.
Masala chana is a popular street snack in Mumbai that features green chickpeas tossed in lemon juice and spices with freshly chopped tomatoes, onions and cilantro.
Made famous on the streets of Mumbai, this Mysore Masala Dosa recipe will make you think you are actually there. This dosa (lentil based crepe) is stuffed with bhaji instead of traditional aloo (potato). Seriously yum. And seriously a MUST TRY.
Pani Puri is a street snack that originated in Kolkatta (Calcutta) and features fried puffed dough spheres stuffed with cilantro chili water and seasoned potatoes. Its refreshing and delicious!
This traditional Indian snack features a bed of toasted chips, topped with curd, masala potatoes, chutneys and aromatic spices.
Pav Bhaji originates from the streets of Mumbai. Factory workers in the 1960's used locally availably produce (namely potatoes, tomatoes, green peppers and onions) to make a quick savory vegetable casserole that was served with buttered bread. Today, several regional varieties of this dish exist, however this recipe from Charisma Shah mimics the original Mumbai street favorite.