Bhejetebil Chop | How to make Bengali Vegetable Chop

Bhejetebil Chop

Bhejetebil Chop or the Bengali Vegetable Chop is a quintessential dish from the Bengals. This is a deep fried vegetable cutlet that makes a sinful dish to be served during evening tea! While I don’t drink tea or make elaborate dishes for tea time, during weekends it is a custom to nibble or munch on […]

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Dahi Gujiya ~ Holi Special Dahi Gujiya

Dahi Gujiya

Dahi Gujiya is a stuffed Dahi vada from Uttar Pradesh. These savory gujias are made with urad dal stuffed with khoya, nuts, topped with curds and spices. For the seventh day of the Mandatory Week in BM#104 Sweets & Snacks, we chose Dahi Gujiya. When this was suggested, I said this is same as Dahi […]

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Mulai Keerai Masala Vadai

Mulai Keerai Masala Vadai

Mulai Keerai Masala Vadai is an addictive Masala Vada made with chana dal and greens. This is a popular evening snack in Tamil Nadu. I am not sure about other places, I have only seen it in Madras. So my knowledge of this snack being available elsewhere is zero. I have seen it being sold […]

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Dahi Puri Chaat | How to make Dahi Batata Puri Chaat

Dahi Puri Chaat

Dahi Puri Chaat is a sinful Chaat dish made with Golgappa puri filled with potato mix and garnished with different spicy, tangy chutneys served with sweet curd and topped sev. This is one of the most favorite chaat of mine and I always end up making this when I plan for other chaats. The best part […]

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Zapiekanka ~ Polish Open Faced Sandwich

Zapiekanka

Zapiekanka is a popular Polish open-face sandwich made of half a baguette or other long roll, topped with sautéed mushrooms, cheese, and can include other ingredients, toasted until the cheese melts, and served with ketchup. These are also known as French Bread Pizzas and a popular street food in the bigger cities of Poland. When […]

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Yaki Tomorokoshi ~ Japanese Corn On The Cob

Yaki Tomorokoshi

Yaki Tomorokoshi is the grilled corn or the Japanese Corn On The Cob. This is a delicious seasonal Japanese street food, where corn is boiled and grilled with miso and then seasoned with soya sauce. When I was searching for dishes starting with Y, I had few choices, mostly from Chinese and Japanese. I came […]

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Xalapan Molotes | How to make Molote

Xalapan Molotes

Xalapan Molotes are corn based pastry filled with different ingredients and served as an appetizer or snack from the Mexican Cuisine. When it came to selecting some dish starting with X, I had to think of using either an adjective or some word starting with X on city or some other reference. I had them […]

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Vyprážaný syr | Fried Cheese from Slovakia

Vyprážaný Syr

Vyprážaný syr is Fried Cheese from Slovakia. This is a popular street food and very easy to make. It can be served as an appetizer with mayo or tartar sauce for dipping. These fried cheese are called smažený sýr in Czech whereas in Slovakia it is known as vyprážaný syr. In Czech, these fries are […]

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Usal Poha ~ An Indian Chaat

Usal Poha

Usal Poha is an interesting chaat blending of two traditional dishes, Poha and Usal. The final assembled dish is simply out of the world! When I was checking out my options for U, I was checking out Vaishali’s space and came across this Usal Poha. She writes about coming across this vendor who sells poha. […]

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Toshka ~ A Damascus Sandwich

Toshka - Damascus Sandwich

Toshka is a delicious street food mostly made with an Arabic flatbread stuffed with kebabs and white cheese. These are then baked over charcoal or on a flat griddle. Toshkas are originally from Aleppo and travelled to Damascus where it took a different form, though retaining the name. In Damascus, Toshka is a type of […]

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