Go to any city in India, including the smallest town, you will find a wide range of street food. Street food is an imminent part of the Indian eating out culture. South India has foods, like Muttai Dosai, Bread Cutlet, Anda Burji, Mirchi Pakora, Bajji and many more. There are ofcourse the ever popular street foods, that have now reached almost every part of the world like Pani Puri, Bhel Puri, Samosa Chaat, Chole Tikki Chaat, Papdi Puri, Sev Puri, Pav Bhaji and More.
In this section you will find some of the best Indian Street Foods listed above, that we have tried and tested over the years, made healthy and yet are authentic in taste and flavor
The One Pot Pav Bhaji Recipe is made using Pressure Cooker. The recipe is very similar to the classic pav bhaji recipe, with just a small difference, it simply gets done in less than 30 minutes. Add all the ingredients into the pressure cooker, add the spices and the dish will be done in no time.
Serve the Healthy Pav Bhaji along with toasted buns, with some onions sprinkled on the top.
Did You Know: The Extra Virgin olive oil acts as a great replacement for butter, making the dish ...
Delhi Style Matar Chaat (Matra) Recipe (Spicy & Tangy Dry Green Peas Curry Curry Recipe) is a very famous street food from delhi. It is a semi gravy dish made from dried peas cooked along with well combined spicy green gravy. It is usually served by topping up with some chopped raw onions, chopped tomatoes, sev and some chopped coriander leaves. This is then served along with Kulcha or can be eaten as it is.
In Delhi it is made in a large brass pot and Kept outside the shop, the curry is kept ...
Kachori is definitely one snack that I can die for. Crispy n flaky out side, spicy and tangy inside. Kachoris can be made with various stuffings and today I share with you all ‘Recipe for Palak And Peas Kachori’. The stuffing for these palak kachoris is spicy tangy peas mixture and the outer covering consists of spinach puree. Rich in flavour and mouthwatering taste makes this Palak Kachori a favorite snack with tea/coffee, at parties and for festivities.
Serve Palak And Peas Kachori along with ...
Pav Bhaji is one of the most famous street foods from Mumbai. It is spicy, tangy and makes for a wonderful condiment to be had with the hot butter toasted pavs or buns. Cheesy Pav Bhaji is a delicious and rich bhaji with the addition of cheese to it. The bhaji is prepared in a one pot method, making it easier to prepare in no time. Serve the Cheese Pav Bhaji along with onion salad and lemon wedges for your next home party and be a star among friends and family.
Serve the Cheesy Pav ...
What comes in mind when we hear Tacos, Mexican Cuisine right? Here, we have used these Tacos to make a fusion recipe. Fill these tacos with Indian chaat masala and you will love it.
Serve Taco Chaat along with Sev Puri and other Chaat items for your house parties or serve it to your sudden guests.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other Chaat recipes such as
Idli Chaat Recipe
Sprouted Moong Chaat Recipe
Dahi Batata Puri Chaat Recipe
Corn Bhel is easy, quick and best recipe to make wit steamed corns. Corn mixed in Bhel brings out a different taste. You can enjoy it with your evening tea or whenever you feel little hungry. It is healthy and can be prepared in very less time.
Serve Corn Bhel along with Masala Chai during a tea time break or when you need to snack on something light and healthy.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other Chaat recipes such as
Sprouted Moong Chaat Recipe
Idli Chaat Recipe
Delhi Style ...
Chinese Egg Kathi Rolls make for a high protein snack for kids when they get back from school or from an sport activity. These rolls are made from fried eggs that are cooked along with chinese oats and made into strips and wrapped in a paratha. If you have some paratha handy at home, these rolls can be made in a jiffy for an evening snack.
Serve the Chinese Egg Kathi Rolls with green chutney as a Tea Time Snack.
Other recipes that you can cook up with eggs are:
Broccoli Egg Bhurji ...
Sev Puri is popular Mumbai street chaat, loved by almost everyone. It is most often topped with boiled potatoes, teekhi and meethi chutneys, chaat masala and sev topped on small crisp bit sized papdi puris.
But, what, if we make the sev puris without chutneys, have you ever wondered how will it taste? It will of-course taste as good as the street ones when made using Del Monte Mint mayo, yes you read it right! One of the easiest snack which you can make in just 15 minutes if you have all the things ...
Khatte Chole Recipe is a very popular Delhi style street food. It is spicy and tart making for a perfect accompaniment with kulchas. The tartness comes from the addition of dried mango powder or amchoor and the ginger in the recipe makes it flavourful.
Serve the Khatte Chole Recipe along with homemade Kulchas or Puris along with the fresh onion salad for the weekend brunch.
Here are a few more Indian street foods that are sure to interest you
Raj Kachori Recipe
One Pot Pav Bhaji Recipe Using ...
Chana Jor Garam Chaat is a mouthwatering Indian traditional snack made out of black gram. Something chatpata is always my favorite. And this recipe is bang on hit for anyone. It has a rather salty taste. The jor garam is made of fried and flattened black grams and chopped raw vegetables like onions, tomatoes, carrot, raw mango, coriander leaves as well as other ingredients like red chili powder, cumin seeds Powder, chat masala, lemon juice and others.
The Chana Jor Garam Chaat is served on streets, ...
This Chinese Bhel Recipe is a no onion no garlic version of the Chinese Bhel, an Indo-Chinese Fusion street food that is famous in Mumbai. Chinese Bhel is a blend of boiled and fried noodles with Indian and Chinese sauces and sauteed veggies like cabbage, carrot, capsicum, and French beans.
Serve the Chinese bhel (no Onion No Garlic) as a great munching option during evenings along with Masala Chai.
Here are a few more Indian street food recipes that you can try
Sookha Bhujia Bhel Recipe
We usually make the normal pav bhaji by using the vegetables and spicing it with Pav Bhaji Masala. Here, lets give a twist to the usual pav bhaji by adding some greens in it. Try this one and impress your friends and family with this healthier version.
Serve Hariyali Pav Bhaji on its own with a bowl of Kachumber Salad for a perfect weekday meal.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other similar recipes such as
Pav Bhaji Recipe
Paneer Pav Bhaji Recipe
Sookha Bhujia Bhel Recipe is a quick and easy to make appetiser when you have sudden guests at home or when you have to spin an interesting dish at your home parties to go along with the drinks. The otherwise boring bhujia is made interesting by adding simple ready to available healthy ingredients at home.
Serve the Sookha Bhujia Bhel as an after school snack for kids with Papaya Banana Smoothie or as a party appetiser.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other street chaat recipes such as
Raj Kachori is a mouth watering and spicy chat bowl. In Hindi, raj indicates royal and kachori indicates a big puri filled with a variety of delicious flavorings. All the flavorings can be chosen depending upon your taste palette. It reflects a beautiful garnishing. Basically this is a variety of chat where a lot of things (I have used potato, kala chana, moong as main fillings) are filled in a big poori along with green chutney and tamarind chutney. A single Raj Kachori will keep you full for a ...
The One Pot Pav Bhaji Recipe is made using Preethi Electric Pressure Cooker. The recipe is very similar to the classic pav bhaji recipe, with just a small difference, it simply gets done in less than 30 minutes. Add all the ingredients into the electric pressure cooker, add the spices and the dish will be done in no time.
Serve the One Pot Electric Pressure Cooker Pav Bhaji along with toasted buns, with some onions sprinkled on the top.
If you like Pav Bhaji, then you must try some of ...
Sprouted Moong Chaat is a healthy and tasty snack made using nutritious Moong sprouts. This is a fun way to include sprouts in your diet. The recipe is very versatile and you can change or adjust the ingredients according to availability and taste. You can add sweet corn to the chaat too. The Date and both the chutneys add the quintessential tangy-sweet-spicy taste to this chaat. These chutneys can be made in advance and refrigerated.
Serve Sprouted Moong Chaat as a tea time snack with hot Masala ...
Baked Kachori Aloo Recipe or Moong Dal Kachori With Aloo Sabzi is also popularly known as Kolkata Style Club Kachori Recipe. The kachoris are usually deep fried. But this is a healthier version where they are baked instead and served with delicious Aloo sabzi.
Pair the Baked Kachori Aloo Recipe with Date and Tamarind Chutney and Masala Chai and serve during tea time or for a chat party.
Have a look at the popular Indian street food recipes :
Gol Gappa Chaat Recipe
Kolhapuri Misal Pav ...
In Indian context "Chaat" is what comes to mind as one think about Street Food. You won't be disappointed any time you have chaat at a road-side stall. After pani-puri, I always love to pamper my taste bud with a plate of hot Pakodi chaat. In each bite you can get a combination of flavours to tickle your taste bud. Sweet, spicy, savoury at the same time. And the best thing is that you can always adjust the level of each flavour according to your taste.
Serve the Pakodi Chaat on its own with ...
Gol Gappa Chaat is a famous street snack food in India. This recipe is a good snack for kitty parties, birthday parties and festivals like holi or just any other get-together you plan to host. These homemade gol gappas are crunchy and tangy. You can adjust spices as per your taste.
Serve the Gol Gappa Chaat Recipe as a great Appetizer idea for any get-together Party .
Read about other famous street snack recipes of India
Mumbai Style Pani Puri Recipe
Pav Bhaji Pizza Recipe
Kolhapuri Misal Pav Recipe is a famous Maharashtra street food . It contains all healthy ingredients in it like sprouted beans, vegetables. They contain good amount of fiber, protein and minerals that keeps you healthy. The dish can be served for break fast or for snack.
In this Kolhapuri Misal Pav we use a many spices, sprouts and potatoes. It is served with some sev and onion on top with the spicy chutney. It is a healthy version of Pav bhaji which is relished in Maharashtra.
Serve the ...
Pav Bhaji Pizza is made out of the pav bhaji recipe. Who doesn’t enjoy a plate of Pav Bhaji on the streets of Mumbai, trying to give a twist the pav bhaji turns into a pizza which is substituted with healthy ingredients in it. Enjoy the Pav Bhaji Pizza where in potatoes are substituted with raw banana which turns out to be healthier.
Serve the Pav Bhaji Pizza as a weeknight dinner along with a tall glass of juice for an interesting twist to pizza.
You can also try other pizza recipes and ...
Idli Chaat is a fusion recipe which is an amalgamation of South and North Indian cuisine. A unique dish that is best to use the leftover idlis from the breakfast. Turn them into spicy, tangy, chaat for your evening snack or as an appetizer for lunch. We eat the popular chaats usually but if you want to try a new chaat recipe, this recipe is your dish.
Serve this lip-smacking Idli Chaat as a party appetizer and surprise your guests with this unique chaat. You can even have it as a tea time snack ...
Bhel Puri is a popular street food which is loved and enjoyed by everyone. To give it a twist, we added raw mango to make it more delicious.
Serve Bhel Puri With Raw Mango with a cup of hot masala chai during your tea time break or you can also make it with other chaats like Sev Puri and Dahi Bhalla Puri for a weekend chaat party.
You can also try other chaat recipes such as :
Mumbai Style Pani Puri
Sev Papdi Puri Chaat
Mumbai Style Pani Puri, the mere mention of this delightful street food is enough to sensitize your taste buds! Crispy fried puffed up puris are filled and served with spicy-sweet-tangy chutney or water. There are different variations of this sinful snack served across the country, in terms of the filling and the spices used in the chutney. They are called as Gol Gappa in the North or Puchka in West Bengal, Mumbai has its own version of this crowd pleaser. The puris are stuffed with green Moong or ...