Dabeli with Homemade Dabeli Masala recipe
The aroma and flavour of any homemade masala is a notch higher than store-bought ones because it is both fresh and pure. Dabeli Masala is no exception. Homemade Dabeli Masala has a really appetizing aroma and fabulous taste, which makes your Dabeli extra special. Dabeli is a scrumptious snack from the Kutch region, which is very popular on Mumbai’s roadside food scene. It features ladi pav sandwiched with a horde of ingredients like mashed potatoes, pomegranate and masala peanuts, all…
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Masala Pav Recipe - Mumbai Street Food Style Masala Pav Recipe - Yummy Tummy
Masala Pav is one recipe which i wanted to try for a long time. It is a simple recipe but taste really delicious and buttery..This is one of my favourite dish and i make it quite often too.. Similar Recipes,Easy Aloo Chaat Pav Buns Vada Pav Ragda Pattice Onion Pav Pav Bhaji Samosa Sundal Pani...Read More
methi na gota or Methi Pakoda Recipe - Gujarati Tea time snack recipe
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12 Mouth-watering Delhi Street Foods To Enjoy | TastedRecipes
These are best out of best 12 Mouth-watering Delhi street foods dishes recipes. There is step by step guide for recipes mentioned in the blog.
21 Amazing Gujarati Dishes | The Best of the Food of Gujarat
Many of us associate Gujarat only with dhokla, khakhra or the drool-worthy Gujarati Thali. But there is more to Gujarati food than that. North Gujarat, Kacch, Kathiyawad and Surti Gujarat are four major regions of Gujarat and each of these bring their own uniqueness to Gujarati cuisine. Here is a list of Gujarati Food items that you absolutely can't miss: Khaman Thepla Khandvi Undhiyu Muthiya Handvo Fafda-Jalebi Lilva Kachori
In search of good food- Indore Diaries-Part1-Saraafa Bazaar
The importance of Indore is highlighted in various sacred texts from ages of Parmar dynasty to Holkars.It has been a major educational hub developed extensively by Devi Ahilyabai Holkar in 1800s and currently the only city to have both IIT and IIM.It is not only education that attracts people here, you can very well, call it the Mecca of Vegetarian cuisine. We had to visit this place to understand how it binds people together for generations to Indore. Why we say so,just announce that you…
Surti locho recipe (Gujarati Street food recipe) Recipe by Flora's Kitchen
Great recipe for Surti locho recipe (Gujarati Street food recipe). This is a Gujarati Street Food.
The Tasty Dahi Vadas at the Indore Street
We started our sightseeing first walking around the streets of Indore and the weather was perfect for visiting different places. Normally the weather of Indore was very soothing, comfortable and no…
India is a land of diversities, and these diversities greatly reflect on our local cuisines. While travelling in India, it just requires a few kilometres of travel to find totally different varieties of gastronomical delights. Every state in the country has its own unique and distinctive dishes which not only appeal to the taste buds, but to the eyes as well.