Bombay, now known as Mumbai, is popular for the variety of street food that it offers. There is something out there for everybody. You fined a lot of streets lined with little stalls selling a wide range of yummy stuff. This street food is hard to resist and the aromas that you are treated to, while just passing by these stalls, is enough to draw you to them for a quick bite. On offer is a host of South Indian treats, idlis, dosas, wadas, uttapams to name a few. You then have some of the local treats like the batata wada and the sabudana wada. You also have a whole selection of chaat, which originates from the North – North East India, and it includes bhel puri, sev puri, pani puri etc. These are just to name a few.
For quite some time now, I’ve wanted to master these tasty little treats (that I find impossible to resist) in my very own kitchen. Just a few days ago I decided to take the plunge. I was so happy with the results of my first trial that I’ve have now decided that I am going to make this wonderful and exciting foodie journey through all the street food delights that Bombay has to offer and I’m going to document this journey right here on this blog. I will try to explain all the local terms, preparations and names in simple English so that many more of you wonderful readers can try these recipes out.
So come join me, as we stumble upon some tasty treats that I know a lot of you will enjoy.
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