Burger bun filled with a crisp potato patty flavoured with Indian spices and topped with Cheese, Tomato and Chips. Potato Cutlets or “ ALOO TIKKI “ as it is locally called is a very popular snack in the Indian Subcontinent. It is made up of mashed potatoes, onions and a variety of different spices. You take this delicious nugget of spicy goodness, put it in between two pieces of bread, add toppings of your choice and voila!!! It transforms into everyone’s favorite food,Read More→
A spin on Classic Southern Fried Okra done with Indian flavors. Think about this. An Indian guy from Mumbai living in the Deep South here in the United States puts out a recipe for fried okra on his blog. Crazy idea… RIGHT!!! But stay with me on this. Taste just one of these crispy deep-fried nuggets of deliciousness and your life will never be the same.
Spicy ground chicken and peas filled in a neat triangular packet & deep-fried to perfection. Deep-fried food is the guilty pleasure of people all over the world. So picture this: your favorite meat or dare I say veggies, wrapped in a flaky dough, placed in front of you piping hot and straight from the fryer. You dip this crispy goodness in coriander chutney and take a bite. That one bite is enough to take you straight to food heaven. NowRead More→
A samosa is a neat little package of a filling of minced vegetables/ minced meat wrapped in a flaky dough and deep-fried to perfection. One simple but important technique to know before making these deep-fried treats is to make those neat triangular packets in which to stuff the filing. So here is a step by step process to make the pastry dough and then assemble the samosas.
Crispy beer battered potato fritters (batata vada) encased in a gram flour batter. “Beer batter” and “deep-fried food”!!! Enough said!! These words instantly evoke memories of things like fish and chips where the fish is nice and crispy on the outside and moist and juicy on the inside. Combine that same beer batter with one of the most popular street foods found in Mumbai “ BATATA VADA” (potato fritters) and you are in deep fried food heaven.