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Palak Pakodas | How to make Spinach Fritters

Palak Pakodas – Crunchy fritters made with spinach and gram flour. When it is raining, there is nothing like having  a hot cup of tea...

Karandi Masala |Mini Shrimp masala

Karandis are baby prawns or mini shrimps.  Karandi masala is a semi-dry preparation which pairs well with rice bhakris or chapatis. Amongst seafood, prawns...

Chinese Bhel – a popular street food of Mumbai

Chinese Bhel, an Indo-Chinese dish, ironically is a popular street food of Mumbai.  This super addictive Chinese bhel is nothing but crispy fried noodles...

Banana Chips | Homemade Banana Chips

I am a member of few food groups on Facebook. Some time back, in one of the food groups. Ms. Gayathri Pai of www.gayathrifoodbytes.blogspot.com...

Onion Pakodas | Kanda Bhaji

Onion Pakodas are one of the many famous street foods of Mumbai. Simple to make, delicious to taste, this makes for an ideal snack...

Mangalore Buns – the popular snack of Mangalore

Managalore Buns and Goli Baje are the two ever popular snacks of Mangalore. Every Mangalorean out there would agree with me that these two...

Ripe Jackfruit fritters – a summer delicacy

Ripe Jackfruit Fritters/Pelakai Garya/ Pelakai Garige/ Ponsa Mulik is a delicious, deep fried snack from the Mangalorean cuisine.  They are crispy outside, soft on...

Girmit – popular street food of Dharwad

Girmit, the south Indian cousin of the Mumbai bhel is a popular street food form the Dharwad region of north Karnataka. It is prepared...

Masala Pav – famous street food of Mumbai

Masala Pav – the famous street food of Mumbai is a tasty dish made by stuffing butter laden pav with spicy onion tomato masala....

Nankhatai – teatime snack

Nankhatais are cookies/biscuits made with refined flour, sugar and ghee. They have brittle, buttery texture  and pair well with a hot cup of tea....
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