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  • Paneer Tawa Pulao
    1st Prize Holder
    Cook time 10 mins

    Have you ever been to a Pav Bhaji seller ??? If yes, then you might have definitely noticed the vendor making some amazing pulao using the same vegetables and spices of Pav Bhaji. The guy takes merely 5 mins to make this amazing pulao loaded with lots of chopped vegetables. Pav bhaji being a common Mumbai street food, tawa pulao is yet another popular street food that can be found in almost any corner of busy Mumbai lanes.

  • Kulia Fruit Chaat
    1st Prize Holder
    Cook time 0 mins

    Kulia is a finger licking street food from delhi. It is a sort of fruity vol au vents. It is tangy spicy and yummy fruit chaat.

  • Ram Laddoo
    2nd Prize Holder
    Cook time 10 mins

    Street food from Delhi and Uttra Pradesh -Fried Lentil nuggets drizzled with date chutney and green chutney topped with grated radish.

  • Jigarthanda | Badam Pisin/Almond Gum in Rose Milk
    2nd Prize Holder
    Cook time 15 mins

    This is a famous street drink in the temple city of Madurai located in South India. This can be found in all hooks and corners there. Its an excellent cooler in summer.

  • Kolkata Street Style Egg Roll
    Wild Card Winner
    Cook time 10 mins

    Kolkata style egg roll is a popular street food in West Bengal.

  • Cauliflower 65 (Gobi 65)
    Wild Card Winner
    Cook time 10 mins

    Chennai's very own & favourite road side pakoda. Crunchy, spicy and tangy!!! bet no one can eat just one.

  • jamnanagri ghughra
    Wild Card Winner
    Cook time 20 mins

    ghughra is very crispy and yummy street food of jamnagar (gujrat).it's a roadside snnack and very famous in gujrat . jamnagari ghughra saras lagu che.

  • Indori Poha and Jalebi
    Wild Card Winner
    Cook time 45 mins

    Street food of Indore is renowned with eateries that have been active for generations. The most famous breakfast item in Indore is Poha (flattened rice) with jalebi. The savory and sweet combination of poha with jalebi is something that is very unique to Indore.

  • Shahi Qeema Kabab
    Wild Card Winner
    Cook time 45 mins

    A very crispy outer layer kabab.

STREETFOOD

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  • Chicken Stuffed Kulcha
    Cook time 40 mins

    Kulcha is different type of chapatti and every body loves to eat it.

  • Penne Pasta
    Cook time 60 mins

    Pasta made in white sauce, delicious and healthy.

  • American Chopsuey
    Cook time 10 mins

    Awesome preparation of crispy noodles topped with tangy sauce and vegetables.

  • Dabeli
    Cook time 15 mins

    Unique taste of this dabeli with crunchy nuts and pomegranate, onion and mashed boiled potato masala, stuff in pav and shallow fry in butter or oil.

  • Mughlai Paratha
    Cook time 90 mins

    Kolkata, a paradise for street food lovers. A place which is highly influenced by the Mughlai Cuisine. Loads of Mughlai food from Mutton Chaap to Mughlai Paratha are adapted from the Mughlai Cuisine and suited to the Bengali palate. Mughlai paratha is a famous street food across Kolkata that I grew up having. It is found almost everywhere from outside railway stations to marketplaces to the street kiosks below the offices or big restaurants. A very popular and delicious street food that I am crazy about. Now with the growth of the multi national food chain this old story of Mughlai Paratha is gradually fading off. So finally I thought to give it a try at home and re-ignite the old flame.

  • Soya Sprout Samosa
    Cook time 15 mins

    Any street of India samosa is found everywhere and everybody loves to eat it.different types of variety found in different state and street but all form is favourite of it.

  • Beetroot Chops
    Cook time 20 mins

    I still remember those days. When I was a kid my mom used to make these chops at home. Actually, I got hooked onto them when I had them for the first time while going to Kolkata by train. The vendors used to get on the train from a station called 'Jhargram' which was famous for their vegetable chops or should I say "Bhejetable Chops" as they were called. Those chops had beetroot, potatoes, groundnuts and some veggies all wrapped around biscuit powder and deep fried.Sprinkled with some rock salt or chaat masala. The vendors used to serve these with finely sliced onions and carrots. Boy, I was so fond of these that I used to wait for "Jhargram" station to come and used to gobble down 4-5 at a time.... haha.. those were the days ! What I now make at home is a bit of a deviation to those vegetable chops, tweaking them so that my little ones can have and this is indeed a soul food at my home today.

  • Bhutte Ki Khees
    Cook time 15 mins

    Bhutte Ki Khees is fresh Sweet corn is grated and ground into paste and made into a spicy evening snack, a famous Indore street food made at home in a few minutes.

  • Aam Doi
    Cook time 40 mins

    AAM DOI the very famous version of MISHTI DOI, dessert from West Bengal. This sweetened yogurt based dessert is made from fresh mango pulp and yogurt. Traditionally this dessert is slow cooked milk, caramelized sugar and then yogurt is added and steamed.

  • Panipoori
    Cook time 15 mins

    Panipoori or Golgappe or Phuchka is a most popular street food in India.

  • Tomato Chop Chaat
    Cook time 10 mins

    Uttar Pradesh, a paradise for chaat lovers, Golgappe, Papri Chaat, Aloo Tikki Chaat or anything. You will find any type of chaat out here. Benaras is one such place where you find awesome chaats. One such exceptional chaat is Tomato Chop Chaat. My bhabhi is from Benaras and so this recipe came to my place the day she entered my maayka. Interesting it sounds and is very appealing to all the chaat lovers. Let us experience the flavours of a Benarasi Chaat Item at our very own place. Very simple and easy to prepare and full of flavours.

  • Kesariya Phirni
    Cook time 35 mins

    Perfect dessert from Hyderabad street food section.

  • Mumbai Pav Sandwich
    Cook time 10 mins

    Mumbai Pav Sandwich one of the famous street food which is is easy to make at home. It is pav buns tossed in pav bhaji masala and is sandwiched with crunchy vegetables of our choice. This pav sandwich carries the usual Mumbai style sandwich which has has boiled potatoes, boiled beetroot,onion, cucumber and tomato slices.

  • Cheese Omelette
    Cook time 20 mins

    Cheese omelette is a quick and filling snack option.

  • Thukpa
    Cook time 20 mins

    Lets take a trip to North East Street Food. Nothing fancy, nothing exotic. At the same time the most pleasant meal that a person can have at a very low price. Thukpa, a perfect one pot meal. Sikkim as we know is well influenced by the Nepali food and Thukpa is one of the staple diets. Available at every nook and corner of the Sikkim and Arunachal Streets this is one of the most delicious meal I have ever had. The recipe for the Sikkimese Thukpa and Arunachal Thukpa differs (Arunachali Thukpa has more of a Tibetian influence where as Sikkimese Thukpa is influenced by the Nepali style). I prefer Sikkimese more to the other. My best friend Rekha Singh is a Nepali and who better than her to give me the authentic Nepali recipe for the same. Thanks darling… Without your help I wouldn’t have been successful at this. Love Ya! Well won’t say any further. Just go ahead and give this wonderful dish a try. Quick, filling and a tasty one pot meal.

  • Papad Ki Churi
    Cook time 5 mins

    Papad Ki Churi, roasted and crushed papads is tossed in ghee with onion, tomatoes, spices and served as accompaniment with dal and rice in restaurant. This is a typical Rajasthani (Marwari) dish.

  • Ghugni Chaat
    Cook time 30 mins

    Ghugni chaat is a famous street food of Kolkata. This is made with dried white / yellow peas which is then turned into spicy, chatpatta chaat.

  • Moong Dal Bhajiya with Lehsun Ka Thecha
    Cook time 20 mins

    A very popular Maharashtrian street food is Moong Dal Bhajiya. From my childhood a visit to my Nana’s place would make me indulge in these awesome bhajiyas. You must be wondering what is so special in the Maharashtrian touch. Well the taste differs and moreover the condiment with which it is served is amazing. This recipe was given to me by my chichi who is from Nagpur. Well you don’t believe me, then give this dish a try. I am sure you will be licking your fingertips till the end.

  • Maggi Cheese Sandwich
    Cook time 10 mins

    This one is dedicated to all the Maggi Lovers.

  • Tirangi chaat
    Cook time 30 mins

    A chaat that represents the colours and tastes of India. The Tiranga Chaat.

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