10 Street Delicacies You Can Easily Make At Home To Satiate All Your Cravings
Gone are the days when you could enjoy a delicious plate of chole bhature from a street-side stall or have a gol gappa competition with your bestie! But the good news is, you can easily make your fave street-food at home and feast on it right at the comfort of your home. To make it easier for y’all, we’ve compiled a list of 10 popular street-food recipes that you can try while you’re holed up in your home and curb all those cravings, go cheggit!
1. Gol Gappe
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Gol gappe is one street-food that’s loved equally by everyone! You might think it’s a tedious task to make ‘em at home, but we beg to differ. To make crispy puris, you need to roll the dough as thinly as possible and cut them into tiny, uniform circles. Make sure that the oil is heated up enough, otherwise, the puris won’t puff and will become soggy. Check out the detailed recipe link below and begin prepping!
Here’s The Recipe | Golgappa
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Momos need no introduction, right? A steaming hot plate of momos never fails to appease your taste buds, but have you ever tried a healthy version of momos? Try this whole wheat, vegetarian momos using an assortment of finely chopped veggies and you definitely won’t be disappointed.
Here’s The Recipe | Momo
3. Aloo Tikki
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Crispy, spiced fried aloo tikki slathered in creamy dahi and a variety of tangy chutneys- oh yes, these taste as delicious as they sound! To make the tikki, boil a few potatoes, add finely chopped green chillies, ginger, salt and pepper and mix it well with corn starch powder. Have a look at the below link for a detailed recipe, folks!
Here’s The Recipe | Aloo Tikki
4. Pav Bhaji
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You guys might already know that you can find this street delicacy in every nook and corner of the city, but, did you know you can also prepare this dish right at the comfort of your home? The most important ingredient is the bhaji masala that you can make using salt, Kashmiri red chilli powder, turmeric, dry fenugreek leaves, garlic paste, finely chopped onions and tomatoes and lemon juice.
Here’s The Recipe | Pav Bhaji
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Well, no one can really resist flaky samosas with a zesty filling, right? You can have ‘em with your evening tea or even for breakfast and the process to get the perfect samosas is quite simple as well. Keep in mind that you need to fry the samosas on low heat till it becomes golden and serve hot with a tangy chutney!
Here’s The Recipe | Samosa
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For some crispy, lip-smacking pakore, you need sliced potatoes, aubergine, cauliflower, and toss them into a mixture made with all-purpose flour, chilli powder, garam masala, salt and ground coriander. Fry them for about 5 minutes in your choice of oil and enjoy with a hot cuppa tea on a rainy evening, it sure doesn’t get any better than this.
Here’s The Recipe | Pakore
7. Vada Pav
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Mumbai’s very own street-food, vada pav comprises of a spicy, flavourful potato filling that’s doused in garlic & green chutney and is sandwiched between buns. For the vada, you need mashed potatoes, mix them with mustard seeds, hing, curry leaves, salt and pepper. Make balls out of the mashed potatoes, coat them in a thick chickpea batter and fry in hot oil. Do check out the below link for the deets!
Here’s The Recipe | Vada Pav
8. Kathi Roll
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Kathi rolls are another mouth-watering dish that are also supremely filling. The wheat rotis are coated with egg and the filling is made of toothsome chicken tikkas and chopped veggies which is served with cool mint chutney. You can also use the leftover chicken curry as a stuffing, add some mayo and you’re good to go.
Here’s The Recipe | Kathi Roll
9. Chole Bhature
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A quintessential Punjabi dish that never disappoints, chole bhature will always remain a favourite, albeit where you go! To make this dish at home, you need to soak a sufficient amount of chickpeas and knead the maida dough with salt. Have a look at the elaborate recipe and try it ASAP!
Here’s The Recipe | Chole Bhature
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Ghugni is a popular street-food straight from the Bengal that can be made with dried yellow peas, onion, cumin seeds, bay leaf, chopped ginger and tomato, turmeric powder, roasted cumin powder, green chillies, garam masala powder, salt and freshly sliced coconut.
Here’s The Recipe | Ghugni
Folks, so which recipe are you going to try first?!