Chinese Bhel (Mumbai Street Food recipe)

A delicious Indo-Chinese fusion dish, this Chinese Bhel is spicy, sweet and absolutely addictive. For the final day of this week’s blogging marathon, I have an absolutely delicious Indo-Chinese fusion chaat dish. This Chinese bhel is colorful, slightly sweet, spicy and very addictive. It’s one of the most popular fusion street food in Mumbai. I have…

Chole-Aloo Tikki Chaat (Chickpea & Potato Pattie Chaat)

Blogging Marathon# 47: Week 1/ Day 1 Theme: North Indian Starters Dish: Chole-Aloo Tikki Chaat We are starting our last marathon for this year and my theme for this week is ‘North Indian Starters’. Starters/ Appetizers are not really my forte because most of Indian starters are deep fried and I try to stay away from deep frying. When I saw this theme, I knew this will give me a chance to research on North Indian starters that I can add to my repertoire. Valli hinted that we can made Chaats under this theme, so for the first day I…

Ragda Pattice/ Patties (Chaat from Mumbai)

Ragda Pattice is a very popular Chaat item from Mumbai. This was the first dish I made for Maharashtra, but changed it to Vada Pav and kept this for ‘Cooking from Cookbook Challenge’ instead. I’ve never made ragda pattice at home until I saw this recipe being made on a Telugu cooking show and made it twice since then. I remember enjoying this snack on the road side stalls in Hyderabad, one particular one close to my aunt’s house was our favorite. Prepping the chutneys (green & sweet) is the most time taking for making chaats and if you have…