Currywurst, German Street Food

Currywurst is German street food and also one of the national dishes. It is grilled pork sausage served with curry flavored tomato ketchup or tomato sauce. jump to recipe or pin it for later. The key component of currywurst is currywurst sauce. There are many versions of this sauce online and star ingredient in all […]

Bombay Grilled Vegetable Sandwich

Bombay grilled vegetable sandwich is a popular street food from Mumbai, formerly known as Bombay. Spicy green chutney and potato onion cucumber tomato are used to make this delicious Bombay vegetable sandwich. The sandwich is then grilled. jump to recipe or pin it for later Bombay is known for its street food and the chaats […]

Jhal Muri, Spicy Puffed Rice

Jhal muri, spicy puffed rice is a street food from West Bengal, India. In Bengali, jhal is spicy and muri is puffed rice. Puffed rice is seasoned with chili powder, roasted cumin powder, black salt and some chopped vegetables to make this mouthwatering jhal muri. jump to recipe or pin it for later Jhal muri […]

Pholourie, Trini Style Split Yellow Peas Fritters

Pholourie is a spicy deep fried yellow split peas fritters. Fritters are crisp on the outside and fluffy on the inside. It is a popular street food in Trinidad and Tobago, and in Guyana, served with tamarind or mango chutney. The main seasoning for pholourie is scotch bonnet, garlic, scallion and cumin. Dough/batter is fermented […]

Sprouted Moong Beans Chaat

For the last recipe of the week, I had many ideas but chaat was not one of them. Had I had sprouted moong bean chaat on mind, I would have replaced sprouts stir fry with another recipe. The plan was to cook either a moong dal tikki, bottle gourd dal, dal soup, moong dal wadi […]

Ram Ladoo, a Street Food from Delhi

Welcome back to Cooking Carnival, Cooking with Protein Rich Ingredients. After a break on Sunday, I am back with a new sub theme for this week. This week I shall be posting recipes with moong / mung dal ~ green gram. In India, ⅓rd of the population is pure vegetarian which doesn’t consume even eggs. […]

Nuts 4 Nuts Roasted Peanuts

For this month’s blogging marathon, I opted to blog in last two weeks of the month. This week my theme is regional cuisine and picked New York cuisine or food from New York. For day one, I have a street food from New York City. If you visited New York City, you probably must have […]

Mumbai Style Egg Bhurji

For this week’s three day blogging marathon, my theme is bhurji recipes. We usually associate bhurji with eggs, followed by paneer (Indian cottage cheese). For this month, Valli challenged us to cook variety of bhurji recipes, not necessarily with eggs. I initially thought of doing eggless bhurji recipes and later decided to include the eggs […]

Wuhan – Re-Gan Mian ~ Hot & Dry Noodles

There is no country starting with alphabet W. We decided to do a city or a region starting with this alphabet but only catch is we cannot repeat that country for the alphabet it starts with. Had I done C for China, I could not have done Wuhan, China for W. So for W it […]

Bandung, Rose Syrup Beverage from Malaysia

Sunday is a resting day for our blogging group which is on a month long “Around the World in 30 Day with ABC cooking”. I initially made Bandung for Malaysia and since it is such an easy recipe, I made something else for the letter ‘M’. You have to wait until tomorrow to know what […]

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