Vada Pav

Well you say the word Mumbai the next word that automatically that comes to the mind is Vada Pav. What is Vada Pav? Well in simplar terms aloo vada or bonda in a pav (Buns) with mint chutney and dry garlic chutney. I personally like the just the dry garlic chutney. It might seem very simple but very few people have mastered the art of making it the right way. This is one snack you should definitely try when you visit Mumbai. I am a die-hard fan of fried food and vada pav is one of me favourites. I used to have it for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Well i wont ask you to do that as i ended up gaining 10 kilos. Well you will spot a Vada-Pav stall after every 500 metres.Though not all places serve the best Vada-Pav. Few places which serve the best Vada-Pav are in this link
Fresh vada coming out of frying pan brings tears of joy in my eyes. I am hungry again time for a another one.

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Pros of Vada-Pav

1.Quick Snack in such a hectic and busy in mumbai
2.Easy on the pocket
3.It is the yummiest thing in the world

Author – Vivasvaan Bhatnagar

For more interesting articles on cuisines of India, follow Vivasvaan Bhatnagar here  – http://gullistanradio.blogspot.com.au/2011/12/vada-pav.html

Sukha Puri

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Well we all talk about the famous Pani-puri ,Vada-pav and Bhelpuri of Mumbai. Some how the complimentary snack Sukha Puri is neglected. If anyone has eaten a spicy plate of GolGappe in Delhi you ask for a papdi dipped in meethi chutney. Well after a spicy Pani-puri plate in mumbai you get Sukha-puri without asking, its like a thumb rule here. This contains aloo (batata) , Sev and special masala in Puri(gol gappe). It is really yum and most of the times one is not enough, Many times people just order the whole plate of it,i am one of those people who can polish off a plate of this.
So if you are in Mumbai ask for Sukha Puri! If you like it you can order for a plate of it seprately.

Author – Vivasvaan Bhatnagar

For more interesting articles on cuisines of India, follow Vivasvaan Bhatnagar here  – http://gullistanradio.blogspot.com.au/2012/01/sukha-puri.html