People eating out at any nearby street food vendor or food stall is a common sight these days. People love eating a variety of dishes that are readily available; moreover due to time constraints and high stressed life, people prefer buying them then preparing them at home. But we must understand that it is always good to eat fresh and homemade food which is more healthy, clean and nutritious. Snacks are one of the most important foods that most of us love to munch on.
Snacks are also important for energy and nutrients that you need throughout the day. snacks are easy to carry or put them in lunch box, picnics or during travelling. Snacking among kids has become an addiction especially in between meals.Below are a variety of popular street food recipes that is very much in demand anytime you wish to eat. Do go ahead and enjoy preparing these popular and easy Street food dishes which will keep you finger licking.
Street Food Egg Biryani Fried Rice
Egg Biryani Fried Rice is a regular street food that is very easy to prepare. It is nicely done with basmati rice cooked with boiled egg.
Chicken Bezule Mangalorean Street Food
An very yummy, crispy, juicy and succulent pieces of chicken stir fried with spicy giving a delicious zest and taste. This is a very popular Mangalorean Street food.
Chicken 65, the street side way cooking is a spicy, deep-fried chicken dish served as a quick snack, entrée or bar snack. Chicken pieces nicely coated with ginger garlic, pepper powder, vinegar, red chilli powder and dusted with some corn starch and all-purpose flour to make it crispy is truly a great dish.
Chana Jor Garam - Indian Garbanzo Street Snack
Chana Jor Garam is a mouthwatering Indian traditional snack made out of black gram. This one makes for a healthy and yummy evening snack.
The Best of Hyderabad Streets Spice Powder Dosa
This is a kind of dry powder made with different spices and dosa maker only in the streets of south India will sprinkle this powder on top of dosa before serving in to the plate it tastes excellent and also hot .
Vada Pav is a very popular spicy vegetarian fast food dish native to the state of Maharashtra. A very popular street food made with spicy boiled potato mixture known as batata vada sandwiched between two slices of pav.
A triangular shaped fried or baked crispy pastry popularly known as samosa, with a savory filling of spiced potatoes, onions, peas, lentils, ground lamb, ground beef or ground chicken.
Ragda Patties is made with potato cutlets/ patties served in a spicy peas gravy and topped with assortment of chutneys and garnished with freshly chopped coriander leaves.
Chaat is a popular Indian savory snack available in several variations. It is spicy, tangy and sweet and a popular street food in India. Samosa Chaat is served by adding a plate full of peas or chole masala, mashed samosa with freshly cut veggie toppings and a dish of lemon goodness.
This is a fast and easy recipe to make on a busy night. We especially like the crunch of the bread crumbs. and the mashed potato mixed with some chopped vegetables and spices then crumbed and deep fried and serve hot with dipping.
Gobi Manchurian is an explicit street food, also a popular Indian Chinese street food made with cauliflower adapting Chinese cooking and seasoning techniques to suit Indian tastes. It is cauliflower fritters comparatively dry and little saucy texture which is enjoyed as a snack or starter accompanied with tomato ketchup as dipping sauce.
Kothimbir Vadi - Maharastrian snack
A quintessential Maharashtrian savory snack recipe, kothimbir vadi or coriander (cilandro) cakes are basically a salty cake preparation with kothimbir( coriander leaves or cilantro). The kothimbir vadi is first steamed and then fried until crispy and served with tomato chutney or a tempering of mustard seeds and grated coconut.
This dish has its origins in Hyderabad, India. Chicken Majestic is a dry chicken dish marinated with Indian spices, onions and capsicum. It is normally taken as a starter.
Jhal Muri - Spicy Puffed Rice Salad
Jhal muri is spicy chatpata puffed rice salad popularly made in the streets of West Bengal.
Bhel puri is a popular chaat recipe made with a wonderful combo of ingredients. Bhel Puri is a simple spicy snack with a light crunch! This is popularly made with street vendors in Mumbai. Every street vendor has his own twist but it doesn’t matter how you make it, two main ingredients remain the same, puffed rice (murmura) and fine sev mixed with onions, boiled potato, chaat masala and various sweet, tangy and spicy chutneys.
Chicken 65 is a spicy, red, deep fried chicken chunks usually served as bar snack, entrée or quick appetizer accompanied by onion slices, slit green chilies and lemon wedges.
Kerala Parotta - Malabar Paratha
Malabar paratha, the very name itself makes the mouth water. Any dish from the Malabar region is a delicacy. The delectable gently cooked, mild flavored malabar recipes are a pride to South Indian cooking. The malabar cuisine is famous for the non vegetarian recipes.
When it comes to the vegetarian dishes the Malabar parathas takes the top position. These layered flaky flat bread just melts away in your mouth. This is one bread which demands ultimate patience and care while in process. This is made of maida and tastes excellent with Veg Korma or any gravy.
A popular Indian dish consisting of chicken marinated in a mixture of yoghurt and spices traditionally cooked in high temperatures in a tandoor (clay oven) and also can be prepared on a traditional barbecue grill. This is a very popular take away food at most food joints.
Samosa is a stuffed pastry popular in Hyderabad. It is generally fried in triangular shape with a savory filling. The stuffing includes the potatoes, onions, peas, coriander etc. The samosa often served with tamarind chutney or curd.
Onion samosa, popularly known as Irani samosa is a stuffed pastry and popular in South Asia, Southeast Asia, Central Asia, Arabian Peninsula, Southwest Asia, North and South Africa. It is generally fried in triangular shape with a savory filling. The stuffing includes the potatoes, onions, peas, coriander etc. The samosa often served with tamarind chutney or curd.
Gobi 65 Cauliflower 65 Restaurant Style of Cooking
Gobi 65/ Cauliflower 65 cooked the restaurant style is truly tempting and enticing. Blanched cauliflower florets nicely coated with a spiced batter and deep fried twice to give that zest and crunchiness. Gobi 65 is a popular appetizer or starter.
Mix vegetables with spices, battered fried until hot. Can be eaten by itself or sauce.
Dahipuri, or Dahi puri, is an Indian snack which is especially popular in the state of Maharashtra. The dish is a form of chaat and originates from the city of Mumbai. The round, hard, puffy puri shell is first broken on top and partially filled with the main stuffing of mashed potatoes or chickpeas.A small amount of haldi powder or chilli powder, or both, may be added for taste, as well as a pinch of salt.
Sweet tamarind chutney and spicy green chutney are then poured into the shell, on top of the stuffing. Finally, sweetened beaten yoghurt is generously poured over the shell, and the finished product is garnished with sprinklings of crushed sev, moong dal and finely chopped coriander leaves.
Paapri Chaat or Papdi Chaat is a Pakistani and north Indian fast food. Chaat, an Indo-Aryan word which literally means lick, is used to describe a range of snacks and fast food dishes; papri refers to crisp fried dough wafers made from refined white flour and oil. In Papri Chaat, the papris are served with boiled potatoes, boiled chick peas, chilis, yogurt and tamarind chutney and topped with chaat masala and 'sev'.
Mysore bonda is a lemon size dumpling made of all purpose flour (maida), rice flour, cooking soda and buttermilk. Mysore Bonda is one of the most popular snacks originating from Mysore, Karnataka. Spongy deep fried dumplings of all purpose flour and spices cooked in Mysore style, Mysore Bonda is one of the most popular snacks originating from Mysore, Karnataka. Spongy deep fried dumplings of all purpose flour and spices cooked in Mysore style.
Masala Vada is a savory fritter prepared with Chana dal (gram dal) and few spices. They are deep fried and served hot.
Masala Grilled Sandwich Potato Masala
This recipe is for the Bombay Masala Toast Sandwich. Here the Masala is made from boiled and mashed potatoes, which are tempered with spices. Easy to make, especially if you have leftover boiled or mashed potatoes.
A popular variation of paneer pakora is to sandwich two pieces of paneer with green chutney before dipping them in the pakora batter.
Indian Chopsuey Sev Tamato Nu Shaak
Sev Tamato nu Shaak is a popular Gujarati recipe prepared with green tomatoes cooked in yummy and tangy gravy; served drizzled with some crispy sev.
Monsoon arrives and most of us crave for some spicy, tangy chatpata stuff to eat. aloo channa chat is one such awesome chat which is very simple to prepare, fresh and refreshing to eat.It is a dish that is very flavorful combined with merging of boiled potato cubes, chickpeas, onions, tomato, coriander leaves spiced with chili and pepper powder; flavored with good amount of chat masala and a dash of lemon juice added to give that extra kick.
A complete meal! a perfect combination of all nutrients contributed by the vegetables and starch from the noodles. Flavoured with hoisin sauce, this chow mein brings out all the authentic flavours of Chinese cooking. Chow mein is a style of preparing noodles separately and then topping them with a choice of ingredients.
Sandwich is a quickie snack made of boiled chicken pieces mixed with yummy mayonnaise sauce served on a bed of fresh salad greens with pineapple pieces placed between fresh bread rolls or croissants.
A chicken nugget is a chicken product made from either meat slurry or chicken breasts cut to shape, breaded or battered, then deep-fried or baked. Fast food restaurants typically fry their nuggets.
Masala Chicken Nuggets Chicken Pakoda
Chicken Pakodas are yummy and delicious appetizers or snacks made with succulent chicken pieces and spices combined together and coated with a spicy batter deep fried to make exotic and exceptionally tasty pakodas.
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