A simple, tasty and easy snack that can be prepared in 10 minutes, but looks really luxurious when served.
Crispy, fried and spicy Bread Pakoras are a favorite breakfast, tea time snack and a popular street food of India. They are really easy to make for sudden gatherings. Bread Pakoras are sure compliment your hot cup of tea during the rainy monsoon evenings.
Kathi Rolls are a famous, delicious and street food, that is prepared by stuffing spicy and saucy paneer filling in freshly prepared prepared chapati bread. They are loved by people of all ages and is a palatable dish, that makes you crave for more.
Have you ever been to Shimla, then you must have seen this unique snack available as street food there. Well, I have tried one and it tasted heavenly, and so I thought of making it in my kitchen for my family as a special weekend evening treat. It looks huge but it is very easy to make and has an amazing blend of various flavors that will make you crave for more.
Dabeli is a very famous street food of India that has its origin in the Kutch region of Gujarat. It looks like a combination of a sandwich and a burger, and has an amazing blend of spicy, sweet and tangy flavors.
Make everyone fall in love with sprouts and fruits by serving them together in crispy fried chaat katoris, with a dressing of sweet and spicy chuntney and curd.
Katori chaat is an all time favorite street food of India. Hot spicy chaat when served in these katoris just leave your taste buds craving for more.
Aloo tikki katori chaat is an amazingly delicious and palatable street food of India. Hot crispy aloo tikki served in crispy fried chaat katoris leave you craving for more.
Vada Pav is an all time favorite snack famous across the country especially Maharashtra. Be it tea-time or sudden hunger pangs, the vada pav make up a palatable snack.
Aloo Bonda is a famous Indian street food and tea-time snack that is served hot with green chillis and chutney. Kids love it because of the potato stuffing.
Ram Laddu or Moong Dal ke Pakode or Gul Gule is a famous street food and a perfect tea time snack. Fried pakodas served with grated raddish and green chutney altogether make up a yummy delicacy.
Pav Bhaji is an extremely tasty and famous street food of Maharashtra. Colorful vegetables cooked in thick gravy garnished with cheese, served with toasted and buttery pavs are just a delightful treat to your taste buds.
Sattu ke Mini Samose are a spicy and crispy, mouth watering dish. They are a favorite snack item with evening tea.
Aloo Tikki Chaat is famous snack item and street food in the North India. Served with sweet and sour tamarind chutney, dhaniya chutney, curd and chick peas, it is a mouth-watering dish.
Dahi Bhalla or Dahi Bara, is a North Indian delicacy is one of the relished street foods. Fried bhalla served with smooth and cold curd, coriander and tamarind chutneys, this dish a necessary part of festive cuisines in West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh.
A tasty breakfast or snack that is does not involve long hours of preparation, but is made instantly by allowing the batter to rest only for 20-30 minutes. A delicious variant of the traditional Masala Dosa to be enjoyed with Hari Chutney or Peanuts Chutney or Nariyal ki chutney and Sambhar.
A tastier version of the plain khasta Kachori with spicy onion filling inside. These Khasta Pyaaz Kachori are famous across Rajasthan and mostly relished as a tea-time snack with a cup of hot masala chai.
Originated in the state of Bihar this dish is famous across India and Nepal. This dish serves as a complete meal and can be taken in lunch, dinner or as a snack time. Traditional Sattu Ki Litti are made by cooking them slowly over low and constant heat so that they are cooked till the core.
Bread Kachori is a tasty and crispy snackthat is enjoyed by people of all ages. You can prepare these as tea-time snack or during family gathering or house parties, they are very easy to make and have a lip-smacking taste.
Special Sattu Ki Khasta Kachoris to celebrate special festivals or any celebrations among family and friends. They are so tasty that 1-2 Sattu Ki Khasta Kachori aren't just enough to satisfy your taste buds.
A quick fix to hunger pangs or a yummilicious evening snack or a tasty lunchbox, the Aloo Tikki Sandwich fits in well everywhere. Crispy shallow fried Aloo Tikkis sandwiched between tangy, cheesy and buttery breads give these Aloo Tikki Sandwiches a mouth-watering taste.
Bihari Baingan Bharta or Bihari Chokha is a dish that is traditionally served with Sattu Ki Litti. Both these dishes go hand in hand complementing the taste of each other. This procedure of making Baingan Bharta helps in preserving the nutrients of the ingredients and the smoky flavor of roasted brinjals adds to its taste.
Litti is made in various ways and one of the most tasty ways of making litti is by frying them. Fried Sattu-Litti is commonly available as street food. Hot and crispy Fried Sattu-Litti can be relished with baingan ka bharta or chokha.
Samosa or sambusa, or samboksa or singhada is a famous, all time favorite, tempting and savory snack dish eaten through-out the nation. Serve it with chutney or sauce or just alone they rule over all the snacks of all times.
Veg Biryani, is among the most popular, aromatic and flavorful delicacies that loved by people across India and around the world. It is among the royal or shahi dishes that can be served as a primary meal.
Shallow fried bread pakoras are a guilt-free and healthier version of the bread pakoras available in restaurants or the street thelas. They can be served with spicy and tangy green chutney, or imli and gud ki chutney or just plain tomato sauce.
Kachori Chaat is an irresistable and flavorsome chaat dish that is among the top Indian street foods. Crispy pooris stuffed with spiced up filling, chutneys and soothened curd also make up a great snack for house-parties and celebrating special occasions.