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Aloo Tikki, crunchy roadside re-treat.

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Onasadya –The festivel feast during Onam celebrations in Kerala, India
No festival is complete without grand feasts and that is a special feature of Onam as well. The festival feast referred to as Onasadya, consists of more than twenty different curries which are served on banana leaf. There are several restaurants that offer the festive meals as special packages in the different towns in Kerala at this time.

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Malai Kofta are deep fried paneer and flour dumplings in a smooth tomato based gravy.

Smooth, rich and creamy, it is the perfect vegetarian accompaniment for chapattis, paranthas or steamed rice.

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Happy Independence day!

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Dahi puri is a celebration for your taste buds. With a filling of potatoes, tangy chutney and curd, it packs a true punch.

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Monsoon - Is ​it raining in your city?

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Monsoon in India - Rain, Chai and Pakoras !

Monsoon has arrived and people enjoy having hot kadak masala chai (Tea) & delectable pakoras(fried snacks) with spicy chutney, 'bhutta' (corns) and other street food. People of all ages can be witnessed making beelines on the 'pakora', 'chaat' and 'bhutta' corners.

Enjoy rains with garam chai and pakoras !

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Enjoy the 'corn'ival in monsoon. What do you call in your language?

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Delicious street foods of India.
Which is your favorite one?

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Delicious street foods of India

The street foods are specialty of Indian cities and stall vendors of street offer different kinds of delicious and tasty foods. Despite concerns about food contamination, the incidence of such is low with multiple studies showing rates comparable to restaurants. Featured below are some of them - Bhelpuri, Chaat, Pav Bhaji, Pani Puri, Samosa,Vada Pav. (more to come )

Which is your favorite one?
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Gujarati Thali.

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