Khakra Chaat is a crispy whole wheat flat bread topped with sprouts, tomatoes, cucumber, sev and chutneys. Khakras are very popular as a snack in a Gujajari home and are now readily available in the market.
  Ragda Patties is one of the most cherished one dish meals that are savored in the almost every Marathi and Gujarati home.
  Muttai Dosa | Egg Roll Dosa is a delicious street food snack in Southern India. When you make it at home, you get to make it healthy with less oil and homemade dosa batter.
  The Spicy Aloo Roll also known as the wrap or a frankie is a delicious wrap that has just roasted potatoes that are wrapped in a healthy whole wheat plain paratha.
  Usal Pav is a traditional and delicious Maharastrian Mumbai Street Food that is made using the dried peas. This recipe has a tangy taste to it that comes from the addition of tamarind with many wonderful Indian spices.
  The Mumbai Style Egg Burji Recipe is a delicious preparation of eggs scrambles with onions, bell peppers, green chillies and the special ingredient Pav Bhaji Masala.
  Aama Vadai or the Masala Vadai is a very traditonal dish that is made during the tamil new year. Made from a variety of lentils and spiced with green chillies, asafoetida, curry leaves and coriander makes it alsbolutely delectable.
    Roasted papad chaat is a quick and filling snack that can be served in a jiffy when you have sudden visitors at home.
Sprouted Moong bade are tasty, delicious and nutritious fritters that are perfect for a monsoon summer evening with friends.
  Paneer Egg Rolls also popularly known as frankies in many parts of india is a vegetable wrap that is made from whole wheat flat bread.
  Egg Rolls also popularly known as a frankie or a wrap is one of the most popular street foods in Kolkata, apart from the phuchkas (Calcutta Style Pani Puri), Jhal Muri and many more.
  Jhal Muri/Moodi is a delicious crunchy snack found in almost every street corner of Kolkata. The flavors of this delectable snack is from the special Muri Masala and Mustard Oil that is so closely associated with the vendors.
The Dilli Styled Baked Aloo Chaat recipe is a healthy version of the classic Delhi Street Food that where the aloo is fried.
  Sev Papdi Puri Chaat is a favourite street food speciality and is daily simple to make if you have all the ingredients ready.
  Batata Vada also popularly known as Aloo Vada is a delectable potato pattie that is much savoured during the Indian monsoons and is also a popular Indian street food favourite.
  Dahi Vada’s are a delicious preparation lentil dumplings dipped in a sweet and savoury yogurt and had along with chaat masala, Dhania Pudina Ki Chutney and Khajur Imli ki Chutney.
  Puchka also known as Pani Puri and Gol Gappa is a simple and delicious recipe to make at home. This recipe is inspired from the streets of Calcutta.
  Pav Bhaji is one of the most popular street foods of India. The bhaji is made from spiced up potatoes and vegetables, simmered in butter and some spices, served with buttered pav buns.
  The Aloo Tikkis also known as cutlets or patties are made from boiled potatoes, combined with green peans and spiced up with green chillies and flavored with coriander.
  The Chole Aloo Tikki Chaat is a simple recipe of the popular street food of india. I have baked the Aloo Tikkis and infact added some sweet potatoes in them to make it nutritious.
  Mumbai Style Bhel Puri recipe is a simple and fast snack made from puffed rice combined with a variety of raw salad ingredients.
  Dabeli is India’s answer to the western burger that is popularly sold on the highways of Gujarat. The buns are spiked with a sweet and spicy potato mixture topped with onion, pomegranate, and fresh Lasan Chutney and Sev.
Vada Pav is a famous street food in Gujarat and Maharashtra. Walk through the streets of Mumbai and you will find Vada Pav’s in every nook and corner of the city.