Mumbai Street Style Cheesy Pav Bhaji Recipe is a simple and tasty Pav Bhaji Recipe cooked the regular way and topped with a lot of cheese. The highlight is the topping of cheese and salted butter over the masala and cheese.
Dahibara Aloo Dum, the soul food of Cuttack, Odisha. Dahi bara, made in Odia Style is served with a serving of aloo dum and guguni along with other chat toppings. It makes a perfect meal for anytime.
Amritsari Aloo Kulcha is one of the most popular versions of kulchas made from the tow of Amritsar, Punjabi. The old lanes and streets of Amritsar is famous for its breads and the different dishes sold there. One would obviously not miss out to enjoy this combination of Amritsari Kulche with Chhole!
Rontose is a deep fried Rice Bread made for a leisure weekend special breakfast. This popular Konkani delicacy is served with Dalithoy, a dal made with Toor and Potato.
Quick Bhatura is for those times when you are in a hurry to make this dish without resting time. This Bhatoora gets done in 15 to 20 mins time.
Moong Dal Poori is a deep fried Indian Bread made with a ground moong dal along with spices to make a spicy and fuss free bread. This can be enjoyed as such or with any side dish.
This is a 3 ingredient Pizza dough that you can make as a Pizza as well. A basic kulcha recipe that works well as a pizza base as well, with just 3 ingredients and only about 20 mins of rest.
No Yeast No Oven Pizza is an instant pizza that you can make home with your pantry ingredients even if you don't have an oven. This thin crust pizza gets beautifully done in a tawa on stovetop.
Choliya Poori is made with fresh chickpea mixed with spices and deep fried as pooris. These are so delicious and can be enjoyed as such!
Besan ki Masala Poori or Besani Masala Poori is a poori made with Gram flour or Besan along with roasted spice powders. This makes a wonderful and ideal dish for weekend brunch.
Achari Masala Poori is a delicious Indian Flatbread made with wheat flour and spices, including the homemade Achari Masala Powder. This makes a wonderful meal for a relaxed weekend brunch.
Jini Dosa is a popular street food from Mumbai made with regular dosa batter topped with veggies in a mix of sauces, finally topped with cheese.
Give a spicy twist to the regular stuffed Paneer Paratha by adding Pickle Masala
Pooris are basic Indian Bread that can be served with various side dishes.