Kanji Vada | How to make Rajasthani Kanji Wada

Kanji Vada

Kanji Vada is one of those typical Rajasthani traditional dishes made seasonally during winter and is a delicious snack to enjoy. Kanji Wada is made during Holi and Diwali and mostly during winters as the mustard in it heats up body and helps during those severe cold season. However, having always lived in a place […]

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Pyaz ki Kachori | How to make Onion Kachori

Pyaz ki Kachori

Pyaz Ki kachori is a deep fried kachori stuffed with onions cooked in a spice mix. These are a popular snack from Rajasthan. When you check out the snacks from Rajasthan, Pyaz ki Kachori tops the list and I had to make these. While I remember I took to make the Kasta Kachori many years […]

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Matar Ki Kachori | How to make Matar Kachori

Matar Kachori

Matar Kachori is a flaky kachori stuffed with spiced matar masala. The flaky outer shell makes this an excellent snack to enjoy during Tea Time. The next snack from Rajasthan is the matar kachori where the fresh peas is ground and cooked with spices to make a spicy filling inside the flaky outer maida shell. […]

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Rajasthani Mirchi Vada

Rajasthani Mirchi Vada

Rajasthani Mirchi Vada is a spicy stuffed potato with chilies and deep fried in a besan batter. This makes a wonderful Tea Time Snack. The whole series in this space came because of this post. When I was chatting with Vaishali, she asked me if I was ready with the dishes. I didn’t even have […]

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Borugulu Mixture Masala

Borugulu Mixture Masala

Borugulu Mixture Masala or Maramarala Mixture Masala is popular street food available across South India and prepared in different ways. Puffed Rice is called Maramaralu or Borugulu in Telugu, Pori in Tamil. This chat is prepared by using Puffed rice with a spicy mixture or south Indian Chiva along with other garnishes. My exposure to […]

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Jini Dosa ~ Spicy Cheese Dosa Mumbai Street Food

Jini Dosa

Jini Dosa is a popular street food from Mumbai made with regular dosa batter, topped with veggies and a mix of sauces, finally topped with cheese. This is supposed to be one of the most popular dishes to try from the Mumbai Street Foods. When I was doing the AtoZ International Street Food during April, […]

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Nicaraguan Quesillo | How to make Corn Tortilla with Cheese

Nicaraguan Quesillo

Nicaraguan Quesillo are little corn tortillas that have melted cheese along with pickled onions and some sour cream. These are made with corn tortillas and a popular street food from Nicaragua. Nicaraguan Quesillo means little cheese and these are served in little plastic bags so that the pickled onions don’t get lost. Also the cheese […]

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Dhal Puri | How to make Dhalpuri Roti

Dhal Puri

Dhalpuri roti is an Indian Inspired flatbread from Trinidad and Tobago. This flatbread is stuffed with seasoned ground split peas. Dhal Puri can be eaten as such or with a chutney. Though this is called a puri, it’s pan cooked paratha. I came across roti when I was reading on Trinidad for regular BM and […]

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Mahjouba | How to make Algerian Crêpes

Mahjouba - Algerian Crêpes

Mahjouba are Algerian Crêpes, that are thick flaky flatbreads stuffed with a tomato based filling, a very popular street snack from Algeria. Though these Mahjouba are called as Algerian crepes, its actually a dough based flatbread made with just fine semolina and sometimes with a mix of fine semolina and all purpose flour. Flatbreads are […]

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Chinese Steamed Bao Buns with Roasted Paneer and Vegetables

Chinese Steamed Buns

Chinese Steamed Bao Buns with Roasted Paneer and Vegetables is a delicious buns steamed in a regular steamer and makes a great meal or snack in between. These buns are so versatile that you can stuff anything in between and enjoy. While checking for steamed dishes that can work out as a meal, I came […]

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Sev Khamani | How to make Surti Sev Khamani

Sev Khamani

Sev Khamani is popular Gujarati Breakfast dish from Surat. Sev Khamani is traditionally made from Dhokla and also known as Amiri Khaman. While this is a dish served for Breakfast, it makes a wonderful meal for anytime. When you go through the recipe, you would understand that this might have come about because one had […]

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