Indian Street food recipe tagged posts

Mint Coriander Dip Recipe

Garnish with red chili flakes and serve

Pudina or Mint chutney is a popular Indian dip recipe which is popularly served with street foods. In many of the recipes here I have mentioned mint coriander chutney; finally here I am posting the recipe for this delicious side dip. Homemade Pudina chutney is sweet and sour in taste, which tastes well with fritters, parathas, kabab and any other fried food too. Try my vegetarian dip ideas at home and take your simple food to another level.

The key ingredient for this vegetarian dip recipe is freshness; always use fresh mint and coriander for this recipe. You can keep pudina chutney in fridge for a few minutes before servings and serve cool. This flavorful mint coriander chutney recipe is so easy to make and super quick.

To make this homemade Pudina chutney no preparation or many ingre...

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Chinese Chili Potato Recipe

Chili potatoes are crispy fried potatoes in a spicy sauce of ginger, garlic, green chili and soya sauce. Chili potatoes are Chinese preparation but it is popular in India as well wie bekomm ich viagra. From fine dining restaurant to street food chili potatoes are served in various version. Here you can discover spicy starter recipe with secret of making Crispy chili potatoes.
This recipe for chili potato wedges is easy to cook recipe, which is perfect for parties, starters and even evening snacks for kids. Here I have made chili potato in gravy, although there is dry version too but I think it tastes better this way...

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Daal Pakwan Recipe

Daal Pakwan is a popular Sindhi main course. Daal is Lentils, which is tempered with spices, onion and tomatoes. Pakwan is round crispy fried flat bread. Sindhi Daal Pakwan is one of its kind recipes, which is simple yet blend of various flavours. All the Dal and Pakwan ingredients are very common and are usually available in kitchen all the times. Traditionally and here also, Pakwans are fried, but if you are on dieting or do not like fried food you can simply bake the Pakwans. So make this unique festival special main course recipe on this diwali, I am sure your family will love it.

This easy Dal Pakwan recipe has actually two recipe, one is for Daal or lentils, in which daal is boiled and tempered, and for Pakwaan thin flat bread is fried in oil...

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Cheese Stuffed Crispy Aloo Tikki Recipe

Aloo Tikki is a North Indian Street Food, which has so many variations. I have made Crispy aloo tikki  with boiled potatoes, peas. Aloo Tikki or Potato Cutlets is a shallow fried snack. Cutlets are served hot with tomato sauce or  mint coriander chutney. Here is a cheesy version of this crispy aloo tikki recipe. Here you will get secrete of making crisp cheese stuffed tikki or cutlets.

Get this crisp from outside and soft from inside Cheese stuffed tikki recipe and make it at home as a starter or tea time snack. Get step by step Cheesy cutlets recipe and ingredients with images. I hope that you will also enjoy making this Crispy aloo tikki recipe on special occasions like birthdays or get together at your home. You can also use baking or air frying instead or shallow frying in this p...

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Khasta Dal Kachori Recipe


Kachori is a popular Indian snack, which is basically a stuffed puff pastry. Dal or lentils are used as stuffing for the famous Indian kachori recipe. In India green or white lentils are used for stuffing for kachaudi. Kachori, kachoudi or kachauri are very popular especially in Rajasthn and Uttar Pradesh, but in every part of India you can find a different variant of special dal kachori recipe.

Kachori can have stuffing made either of green lentils, white lentils, coconut, green peas or khoa, which is similar to ricotta cheese. Kachori is made in both sweet and savory flavors. Generally special dal kachori recipe is served with coriander chutney or tamarind sauce. Urad dal khasta kachauri recipe is served piping hot but it tastes delicious at room temperature as well. Famous Indian kachor...

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Special Mini Samosa Recipe


Samosa is a popular Indian snacks recipe. Traditionally Samosas are fried triangular shaped Indian puff pastry which is stuffed with potatoes and peas. Samosa is basically a tea time snack, but once you learn how to make Indian samosa, you can enjoy it at any time. Samosas are very popular street food, which is available with a number of variations in every part of India. In Veg samosas the filling is made of potatoes, peas and pomegranate seeds with a tangy, spicy flavor, whereas in non-veg samosas filling can be made of cooked shrimps or keema. Samosas are served piping hot, with sweet and sour chutney.

Here is popular Indian snacks recipe especially for parties. I have made this potatoes and Peas samosa recipe, which I call mini samosas, because of its shape...

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