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Vada pav is a popular Maharashtrian street fast food popularly known as Indian burger. Mumbai street-food of a spicy vegetable patty in a bread. It is beloved snack across Mumbai and is now found at street stalls, malls, cafes and starred restaurants throughout India. August 23 is World Vada Pav Day, a day to celebrate and enjoy the humble vada pav. This dish is a delicious creation involving the heaven of softly cooked potatoes dancing gracefully with melting onion, glitter of ginger and garlic and coriander leaves, at last there was the hell of chillies. There was soft heartwarming blanket of the bread in which this patty is enclosed. It is reasonable, hot, filling and, in comparison to so many other dishes this is classed as fast, nutritious and energy-rich food.

Snack, portion of the regular meal. All-time favorite foodie can be easily made fast at home and served with tangy sauces and chutney. Snacks are superb to enjoy at evening with a cup of tea or coffee. World cuisines include snacks like sandwich, cutlets, gobi 65, Moong Dal Pakoda, Apollo Fish Fry, Cheese Chilli Toast, Breakfast Bread Lukmi Hyderabadi, Onion Rings, Suji Vada, Aloo Channa Chat, Egg Chop, Crispy Potato Snacks, Baby Corn 65, Kara Sev, vada pav, mirchi Bajji and kababs.

Potato, staple and comfort food. World’s number one favorite root vegetable. Popular member of the Nightshade family like tomatoes, eggplants, peppers, and tomatillos. These are available everywhere as they are harvested somewhere every month of the year. Many recipes like Potato Podimas, Potato Masala, Vegetable 65, Sweet Potato Poli Roti, French Fries And Chips, Brinjal Potato Curry With Onion Tomato Gravy, Aloo Chutney Wala Potatoes Tossed In Chutney Masala, Chilli Masala Potatoes and lot, include potato as a major ingredient.

 Bread, is severed in various forms with any meal of the day. Prepared from a flour and water, and usually by baking the dough and in some cuisines steaming the dough.  The addition of yeast to the bread explains the air pockets commonly found in bread. Bread is used in recipes like Double Ka Meeta, Bread Rolls, Bread Pudding, Mughlai Vegetable Pulao With Fried Bread, Pav-bread For Pavbajji, Breakfast Egg Potato Bread Upma, Banana Bread, Sheermal Sweet Milk Bread, Pumpkin Bread, Eggless Bread Pudding and many more..

Cooking Tips:

  • You can also use bread roll or slices if the pav is not available.
  • The batter should be thick for the coating of vadas. Don’t add too much water.
  • Adjust the amount of dry garlic chutney according to your spiciness

Health Tips:

  • Potatoes are astore-house of energy and nutrition, including vitamins, minerals, and essential organic compounds.
  • Potatoes are primarily made of carbohydrates and contain very little protein. This makes it an ideal diet for those excessively thin people who desperately want toput on weight.
  • Potatoes as a very good source of vitamin B6, potassium, copper, vitamin C, manganese, phosphorus, dietary fiber and pantothenic acid.
  • Breads made with 100 percent whole grain wheat are a good source of bran fiber.
  • Bread made with whole wheat helps you maintain a healthy weight.
  • Vada pav is rich in carbohydrates, proteins, fat, dietary fibre and iron.

Vada pav is typically served with a chutney (sauce) which is commonly made out of shredded coconut “meat”, tamarind pulp, and garlic. The chutneys for this were very easy to prepare. There can be many variations to the vada pav like the cheese vada pav where cheese are added and samosa pav (where samosa is added instead of vada) and the Jain vada pav which does not have any onions, garlic and potatoes.

Vada pav is the perfect go-to snack and one can enjoy it anytime. Extremely popular vegetarian fast food sold on sidewalks. Starch heaven and an instant strength booster. Single bite held magic, wonder, charm and joy all in one complex kit.

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