Vada Pav


A new post..a very interesting post for all street food lovers..it's Vada Pav! 
Yes, it's the one of the most loved street food of all time!

Street food is my weak point.I love to try a lot of street food variety and enjoy them at home whenever I feel like having them 😁
Check out my list of street food recipe I have shared: Pav Bhaji, Kachori Chaat,Dahi Batata Puri,Ragda Pattice,Masala Puri.

Weekends are actually more hectic for me these days rather being lazy ,as I end up making so many dishes starting from breakfast till supper , that I actually loose count of how many hours I have been in kitchen!
Weekdays do not give me so much time to cook something with so many ingredients to go in for one dish,so I make up for them on the weekends.

Garlic chutney was the stunner! something which looked so spicy but was very gentle in taste yet very tasty!
Do try my version of this recipe and enjoy!





Bombay Mumbai Vada Pav Street Food Vegetarian Snack


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Vada Pav
Ingredients
  • 4 Ladi Pav / Goan Une / Pav (Recipe of Pav)
  • 4 Batata Vada (Recipe of Batata Vada)
  • Green Chutney (Recipe of Green Chutney)
  • Sweet Chutney (Recipe of Sweet Chutney)
  • For Garlic Chutney:
  • 6 (I used big garlic cloves) Garlic,cloves
  • 4 Tablespoons Grated Coconut (I used Fresh)
  • 2 Teaspoons White Sesame Seeds
  • 10 Peanuts
  • 1/4 Teaspoon Salt
  • 1/2 Teaspoon Sugar
  • 1 Tablespoon (adjust as per choice) Kashmiri Red Chili Powder
  • For Fried Green Chillies:
  • 6 Green Chillies,with stem
  • 1/4th Cup Buttermilk
  • a pinch Salt
Instructions:

For the fried green chilies,put a slit in each green chili keeping the stem intact.
Take out the seeds if possible.
In a small mixing bowl,add the buttermilk and salt.
Dip all the green chilies in this and keep aside for atleast 3 hours.
The more you keep the more better taste for the chilies.
Heat oil for deep frying.
Drain all the chilies and deep fry them till crispy and cooked.
Next,you need to make the pav /ladi pav/Goan Une.
Please check my recipe of Pav/ Une.
Here I have used whole wheat pav.
Next you will need to make the batata vada.
Please check my recipe of vada.
Please check my recipe for sweet chutney and Green chutney.
For Garlic chutney,in a small tadka pan add all the ingredients mentioned for garlic chutney.
Dry roast them till it leaves aroma or roast with a teaspoon of oil.
Do not burn it.
Let it cool and grind to dry chutney powder.
To assemble,put a slit horizontally in pav.
Apply green and red sweet chutney.
Apply garlic chutney.
Place vada and fried chili.
Serve hot with sweet chutney!
Enjoy!
Details
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 4 Servings







Tips:
  • I have made whole wheat pav here to serve with vada. You can try making them with all purpose flour too.
  • To get soft pav, so that are easy to chew on,just make the pav dough very soft and stretchy.
  • Add little more butter to dough to make final pav soft.

Enjoy!

12 comments

  1. I can survive on Indian street foods 24/7 :) Chaats tops my list of fav street foods, closely followed by dosas and then comes this vada pav. These look just perfect, with lasuni chutney and green chillies!

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  2. I love making my own versions of food that I'd get at a food cart or restaurant! These look amazing!

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  3. I couldn't agree more about loving street food! I love that you always know to go to the busiest cart or truck; if there's a big line, you're pretty much guaranteed to enjoy!

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  4. How fun. I've never heard of Vada pav! I wish I could try it from a food truck. I can imagine I would like it a lot. I know that my hubby would love it!

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  5. This sounds absolutely amazing! I'd love to try this!

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  6. I am a sucker for street food and this Vada Pav looks amazing! Thanks for the recipe!

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  7. I love street food and your recipe looks amazing and packed full of flavours

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  8. Oh! I want to try this. Looks and sounds incredible!

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  9. I have never heard of this, or eaten it. From the description and looking at the recipe....it is something I would love to try. The flavour profile sounds so delicious.

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  10. I have never heard of this, but it looks amazing! So many wonderful flavor profiles in there. Need to try this soon :)

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