After living in Sweden for 2 months now, I have started craving typical Indian fried snacks! Batata Vada is one of them, which forms an integral part of the most famous street food of Mumbai called as Vada paav. People have written so much about this food item, so much so, it’s called the “Indian burger“. The
Peas are rich source of protein. They are called mutter in Indian languages. We commonly use it in vegetable gravy, snacks and rice dishes. Ingredients For covering All purpose flour 1cup Salt Oil (hot) 1spoon Ajwaein in hindi (bishop’s weed or carom in English) few seeds crushed Water For stuffing Blanched Green peas 1cup Grated
I was surprised when I had seen vegetarian samosa in a Italian salad shop called Le Appétit in Copenhagen, Denmark. Samosa’s are commonly found in any part of India. It’s a cheap snack found in road-side, sea-side food stalls, hotels and restaurants. It’s a tasty snack eaten with tea or coffee in office canteen too.
Fried rice is very commonly ordered and eaten in any restaurant found here in India. The most common versions include the schezwan fried rice and the chicken fried rice while Vegetable fried rice is the easiest form. Many who cannot handle the dryness of fried rice consume with a gravy. Since vegetable fried rice is