Safely Enjoy Incredible Mumbai Street Food | Dosa and Chaat

Posted October 20, 2021 by dosaandchaat

Dosa & Chaat bring to you a list of the best Mumbai Street food to make you drool!

Dosa & Chaat bring to you a list of the best Mumbai Street food to make you drool!
Vada pav is a famous Mumbai Street Food. The vada pav recipe is made of a spicy potato filling deep fried in a gram flour batter. Along with hot and spicy garlic chutney, batata vada pav is served inside a small ladi pav. This indigenous burger-like snack is the quickest and tastiest meal you can have in Mumbai - any time you are hungry, even in the middle of the night! The Vada pav has become so famous street food in Mumbai
Pav bhaji is an iconic dish from Mumbai and is hugely popular all over India as street food. It originated in Mumbai as a quick lunch option for textile mill workers.
Pav bhaji is a spiced mixture of mashed vegetables in a thick gravy served with bread. Vegetables in the curry may commonly include potatoes, onions, carrots, chilies, peas, bell peppers, and tomatoes. Street sellers usually cook the curry on a flat griddle and serve the dish hot. A soft white bread roll is the usual accompaniment to the curry, but this does not preclude the use of other bread varieties such as chapati, roti, or brown bread.
Channa Bhatura: This eatery is more than 40 years old, and holds a special place in every Mumbaikar's heart.
Dahi vada is a well-known Indian snack. In fact, even if you are traveling outside India and you enter any Indian restaurant, you will definitely find Dahi vadas on the menu. The most liked recipe is the way it is cooked in Mumbai.
Dabeli is a popular street food; it’s a form of Indian Burger that constitutes a potato filling that’s sweet, tangy, and spicy. The potato filling of Kutchi Dabeli is prepared with a special masala known as Dabeli masala and garnished with fresh pomegranate seeds and masala peanuts
Pani Puri is an excellent street food that has inspired people for decades. On a bright sunny day, someone thought of throwing mashed potatoes, Sana, moong, chutney, and spicy mint water together, and that’s when Golcabe was formed.
Bhelpuri: Topped with buttered rice chutney, sweet and sour, topped with generously chopped mint with lemon juice, this refreshing Bhel Puri is another delightful street-wise choice.
With no added oil, minimal sugar, and salt, the people of Bhelpuri Mumbai are breathing for humans.
A typical beach meal takes less than a minute to prepare and even less time to reduce it. A viable option for taste-conscious and healthy puffs
Aloo Tiki, popular in western and northern India, is not just another run of plant street food. Human gluttony transcends boundaries to create a diet that expresses ingenuity, so Aloo Tiki was born. Aloo tiki is mashed potatoes, mixed with finely chopped green chilies, spices, and finally deep-fried.
Samosa: Humans work hard to love anything fat. It gives us an inner joy for reasons unknown to mankind. Samosa is the biggest hit in the eastern and northern states making it the perfect street food.
There is a view of culinary geniuses from the streets of India. Your mind must have gone an extra mile and we know there must have been a ‘spark of ingenuity’ about avoiding the crowded streets of India and enjoying these dishes in restaurants.
But the thing about street food is that if people do not encourage you, if you do not hear the incessant noise and you can not feel the heat from the spices and the sun, your Indian street food experience will, sadly, be a distant dream. So let’s go out and find some food trucks lined up on the streets and start the Hunger Games.
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Last Updated October 20, 2021