I am so happy to see the announcement on "Street Party" made by Shama @ easy2cook recipes.
Shama is hosting the event for Jagruti's Cooking Odyssey
Street food always had special place in my heart as they not only taste yummy but also boost immunity. We used to keep a 'street food evening' sometimes tasting at different stalls at khao gali. There are various stalls serving dosas, vadapav, pav baji, parathas, momos, sandwiches, idlies, pani puri, sev puri, dahi puri, ragda puri......OMG the list will go on and i am already drooling :p
As certain seasons carries certain diseases and to cut intake of transfat, making them at home is the best option. These recipes entered my cookbook for that reason after many R & D, trial & errors, discussions with friends and entered my lab, underwent a good chemical change to present an yummy dish.
I was overwhelmed to see the word 'unlimited entries' as I would have had a tough time in selecting the best street food from my cook book if it is a limited entry.
So here I am presenting the various posts i have linked there for participating in that event.
3. Pani Puri / Gol Gappas
4. Momos / Dimsum/ Dumplings
5. Pav Bhaji
6. Beetroot Cutlet / Tikki / Pattice
7. Moongphali Chat / Kadalai Sundal / Groundnut Salad
Shama and Jagruti for giving this wonderful opportunity in which I am participating with immense pleasure.