Amritsari Fried Fish

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Amritsari Fried Fish

Share2 Pin98 +1 Tweet Yum8 Stumble1Shares 109 Looking for some no-hassle party food, try this all-time favorite – Amritsari fried fish, served with lemon wedges and sprinkled with chaat masala. Amritsari fish as the name suggests originated from the lovely city of Amritsar in Punjab. It’s a very famous street...

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Chana Dal Seekh Kebab

Share15 Pin4.4K +13 Tweet Yum1 Stumble1Shares 4.4K These super yummy and flavorful kebabs were on my to-cook list for quite some time, and I have no idea what took me so long to publish this easy and simple Chana dal seekh kebab recipe. Mixed lentils and veggies combined together give...

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Ragda Patties

Share4 Pin27 +1 Tweet Yum7 Stumble1Shares 39 Another addition to my love for Indian street food- Ragda Patties or pattices. Besides Vada pav and pav bhaji this is yet another Mumbai delicacy that I relish a lot. It’s a lip- smacking one-pot street food where potato cutlets...

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Dal Pakwan Recipe

Share21 Pin200 +11 Tweet Yum9 StumbleShares 231 Growing up in a diversified colony gave me an advantage to enjoy different meals prepared by our neighbors. I still remember I was in grade 7th when I first tasted this Dal pakwan recipe. My reaction was, “How do I...

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Ram Ladoo recipe

Share43 Pin11.6K +14 Tweet Yum16 Stumble1Shares 11.7KScrumptious and delicious Ram Ladoo recipe is an all time favorite tea time snack. This insanely crispy and crunchy moong dal fritters are topped with shredded radish, tangy chutneys and ready to eat. A gluten-free and vegan recipe! Hello, Delhi bellies…....

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Matar Kulcha Recipe

Share21 Pin7.9K +11 Tweet Yum6 Stumble1Shares 7.9K It’s pouring down heavily and time to enjoy some healthy Indian street food. Matar or Matra ki chaat with wheat kulcha– YUM- a perfect complement to the weather. Delhi streets are flooded with vendors selling Matar kulche or Chole...

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Mirchi Bada recipe

Share2 Pin22 +1 Tweet Yum8 StumbleShares 32 Mirchi Bada recipe- Fried giant green chilies are stuffed with tangy potato filling and coated with a thick batter of gram flour is a spicy yet delicious tea time snack. I remember my mom making these at her...

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Aloo Bonda recipe

Share Pin14 +1 Tweet Yum StumbleShares 14 Aloo Bonda or Batata wada is an all time favorite tea time snack. A savory spicy Indian appetizer -prepared with potatoes and spices are dipped in besan/ gram flour batter, deep fried and enjoyed with green and tamarind...