If you say: MC Donald, now even a kid in India easily refers to French fries and burger. Italian trademark Pizza reached all rural areas. But, how many Indian food crossed the States?
Vada pav? If I ask the question to a southie, I am not sure how many will answer it is street food or “Indian street burger”. Well that include me too, I never knew it :(
Some food never crossed the border…Chat and snacks just spotting only those recent years in southern India…
For a southie, vada or batata vada is not new, one of the street food, aloo bonda , but those beauties have never been tucked under some bun and toped with chutney! Mumbai know how to westernize the food ...That’s the way to eat a desi burger!
For this month MBP patrolling and T & T, I directly landed to Nupur’s place. Her spot is filled with all kind of food and especially a deep love shown for the regional food, A to Z Marathi food is simply awesome idea. Her recipes are simple vegetarian delights, she doesn’t stop with food, her talent is extended on beautiful knitting work too.
Only slight change: I add some butter in a hot pan and added the spicy chutney and toasted the bun. The hamburger bun sucked all the spicy chutney and it was like heaven eating those spicy Vada pav . Thank you Nupur to share this Mumbai roadside snack!
MBP is started by coffee and this month, Sia will be selling all the Street snacks, sorry hosting! Sure i am going to discover many more snacks from your page Sia!
Tried & Tasted, an event hosted by Zlamushka , way to to appreciate our fellow blogger by trying and tasting their recipe. This month blog target is Nupur, one hot stove.
Finally, I can even say Nupur recipe Rocks! YRR Event created by Madhu especially after the rice shortage in market. The vada pav is of course very filling one !
All the 3 events have one common point, cooking from fellow blogger and appreciate it!