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Onion Pakora is a popular Mumbai street food. I love onion pakoras hot with a cup of tea during monsoon, what about you? http://www.flavorsofmumbai.com/onion-pakora-recipe/

Ragda Patties, Chaat Ragda Pattice

This dish actually makes a complete meal and one that takes very little cooking, especially if you have planned ahead and soaked the peas a day before. You can use a filling of your choice for the patties like peas, french beans, paneer, corn etc. I also like to eat just the ragda topped with the onion and chutneys with pav instead of the patties.

Deep Fried Love: Mumbai-style Batata Vada

Mumbai-style Batata Vada | Spice in the City: This Iconic Potato Fritter from the Streets of Mumbai is one of the most scrumptious Street Food you will ever eat!

Mumbai masala pav

Mumbai-style Masala Pav - spicy Mumbai street food (here served sprinkled with some chopped onion, drizzled with some lemon juice and garnished with coriander leaves).

Dabeli ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes )

Dabeli, a spicy potato mixture combined with onions, garlic chutney, meetha chutney, spiced masala peanuts and fruits like pomegranates and grapes… how can the equation go wrong! serve plain or smeared with butter and grilled on a tava! since dabeli masala is easily available in provision stores, you can easily recreate the roadside experience

Batata vada

Batata vada recipe - one of my favorite and one of the popular Mumbai street food. This can be eaten as a snack with chutney or used in making vada pav.

How to make misal pav

misal pav recipe - a popular mumbai street food of usal (sprouts curry) topped with onions, tomatoes, farsan (fried savory mixture), lemon juice and served with pav.

Pav Bhaji

Pav Bhaji Recipe Popluar street food of Mumbai

Mumbai masala pav

Another picture that I am just not a fan of. There seems to be too much on the plate and they all run together in one big blob despite the limes which appear to be attempting to break up the picture.

Veg Frankie ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes )

Veg frankie, a popular and cheap version of the hi-fi wraps and rolls! the maida roti is pre-cooked and kept ready. This is then stuffed with fillings ranging from a basic potatoes and onions mixture, to more innovative chinese, jain versions etc. The tangy taste of chillies in vinegar and chaat masala is very enjoyable! one of the most interesting and practical snacks to devour on the go!