Indian Street Food

IMG_E9624.JPG

Paneer pakora is a deep fried popular north Indian snack with a crispy outer layer of gram flour and soft and moist paneer from the inside. Paneer slices (or cubes) are coated with the batter of gram flour(besan) and then deep fried until crispy.

IMG_E9626.JPG

Vegetable pakora that are served in North Indian restaurants are made with other vegetables Potatoes, cauliflower, cabbage, Bellpeppers/ capsicum, eggplant/brinjal etc

IMG_E9628.JPG

Bread Pakora also known as  bread pakoda is a popular breakfast, tea time snack and a  popular

Street food in india, mainly in Mumbai. One get to see these even in the tiffen centres & restaurants across india.There are 2 ways these are made, First one is plain bread pakora and other is potato stuff one.

IMG_E9630.JPG

This Samosa is as traditional as it gets, potato-pea stuffing and all. It's crispy and flaky and spicy and, to cut a long ode short, just as a samosa was meant to be by the genius who invented this hand-held snack synonymous with Indian cuisine, restaurant appetizers, and rainy days.

IMG_E9632.JPG

Bun Tikki Crispy Indian Hill Station Street Style Veg Aloo Burger – Cooking Shooking ,Wwhich is a very popular Veg Burger Recipe from Dehradun & North India, this simple aloo tikki burger has lots of.

IMG_E9634.JPG

A delicious blend of mix veggies cooked in butter & spices, served with soft butter tasted buns. Pav

is an Indian bread and bhaji is mashed vegetables cooked with spice powder. This post will guide you to make the easiest & best pav bhaji that tastes delicious and flavourful.

IMG_E9636.JPG

A delicious blend of mix veggies cooked in butter & spices, served with soft butter tasted buns. Pav

is an Indian bread and bhaji is mashed vegetables cooked with spice powder. This post will guide you to make the easiest & best pav bhaji that tastes delicious and flavourful.

IMG_E9640.JPG

Chole Puri is the popular North Indian Breakfast Dish, which can be served as a fulfilled meal in lunch or dinner. Some people enjoy it as a Snack Dish as well. Chole / Chickpea or Garbanzo beans is a versatile legume, and it’s seeds are high in protein. I like the combo of Chole and Puri.

 

Here Chole or Chana are simply made in the tasty gravy of onion and tomatoes and then served with hot and fluffy puri.

IMG_E9642.JPG

The quintessential North Indian dish, relished by one and all can now be easily cooked at home. Straight from a Punjabi kitchen - hot and delicious, chole bhature! Learn the art of making feather soft bhaturas served with chole or chickpeas cooked in a pool of rustic spices.

IMG_E9644.JPG

The Ultimate Veggie Wrap has herbed cream cheese, Havarti, and lots of fresh vegetables! Best of all, make it ahead for an easy lunch option. Wrap sandwiches are perfect for road trips, crazy days, school lunches, work at your desk lunches, quick vegetarian snacks, light dinners, picnics, beach days, lounging by the pool, field trips, and everything in between.

IMG_E9646.JPG

Widely loved in Northern India, Paneer Wrap is a delicious and healthy tiffin-friendly recipe, which you can easily prepare for your fussy kids. This high-protein dish is prepared by stuffing a whole wheat chapati with grated paneer, french beans, carrots and paprika. Make these wraps fresh, and we bet your kids will love this delightful surprise. If you like to experiment with your roll, you can add the greens of your choice, or you can also play with cheese spread, mushrooms, mayonnaise and more.

IMG_E9648.JPG

Chicken Tikka Wrap is a delicious snack that can be had for your lunch as well. The snack is very healthy as the chicken pieces are grilled with less oil and will provide you with enough protein for your diet. The best part about this Chicken Tikka Wrap is it is spiced up and flavoured with Nutralite. Apart from its fabulous taste, and it is enriched with Vitamin A, D & E which meets 30% of your daily vitamin requirement.

You can make use of pita bread or normal tawa paratha for the wrap and stuff it with vegetables like fresh tomatoes, pickled onions and lettuce leaves for the extra crunch.

IMG_E9651.JPG

Chilli Paneer is our favorite Indo Chinese at home and we all love it. If you think it is difficult to make restaurant-style chili paneer at home, then this is the recipe for you. Chilli Paneer is a popular Indo Chinese recipe, where Paneer is coated with an all-purpose flour and cornflour mixture, deep-fried and then mixed with onions, capsicum, and a spicy sauce. You can make it for your starters or serve it as a side dish with your favorite Indo Chinese Noodles or Fried Rice.

IMG_E9653.JPG

Green beans are very healthy and one can make quick dishes with them. You can also add them in pulavs, biryani, salads, Chinese recipes, kurma and also some beans rice. Green beans are very healthy. They give good antioxidant support and cardiovascular benefits. This is a steamed vegetable dish made with coconut. This is called poriyal in tamil. Generally at home we make poriyal with French beans, cauliflower,cabbage, cluster beans and so on.

IMG_E9655.JPG

Chicken Chow mein noodles are made with wheat and egg. They are very similar to Italian pasta noodles and have a wonderful bite to them. Most grocery stores carry dry chow mein noodles in the Asian aisle. But, if you are lucky, you will find pre-cooked chow mein noodles in the refrigerated section that can be thrown straight into your pan. Chow mein is a traditional Chinese dish made with egg noodles and stir-fried veggies. We love adding a protein and our favorite is chicken, but you can try different meat or tofu. This dish is pan-fried so the noodles get a nice crisp to them and then tossed in a yummy sauce. Chow mein is perfect for those nights when you don’t want to dirty too many pans or make a big mess of the kitchen. 

IMG_E9658.JPG

Veg Chow Mein is a very tasty and popular stir-fried vegetable noodle dish from China. It’s also one of the most popular street foods in India and a lot of other countries. Chow Mein is a Chinese stir-fried noodles dish that is made both with and without meat. Chow means stir-fried and Mein means noodles. It’s very popular in India and a lot of other countries too, and most of them have a local version of this delicious noodle dish. The most commonly used vegetables in Chow Mein are cabbage, capsicum, carrots, spring onion. You can also use bean sprouts, French beans, tofu, mushrooms, or any other vegetable you like in stir-fried noodles

Join our mailing list for updates

©2020 by Tanus Kitchen. Proudly created by : Pathfinder Technologies Uk Ltd

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • YouTube
  • Instagram