Visit India to get the real taste of it's amazing street side dishes. If not, attend this class! The street food in India is a combination of various flavors that stimulate the taste buds of tourists as well as locals. The snacks are prepared right in front of your eyes. You can also ask for extra flavors such as more spice or more tanginess with the green cilantro chutney or sweet brown chutney, which you will be learning how to make in this class!
Vegetable Samosa: (Fried pyramid shaped pastries stuffed with vegetable stuffing and served with chutney)
Papdi Chaat/Corn Bhel: (Fried tortilla chips or steamed sweet corn, topped with peppers, onions, tomatoes, and cilantro and flavoured with tangy spices. Additionally, topped with green cilantro chutney, sweet tamarind chutney and fried crispy chickpea noodles)
Vada Pav: A very popular street food! (Spiced potatoes stuffed balls sandwiched in hamburg rolls and topped with sweet and tangy tamarind chutney and cilantro chutney OR Pav Bhaji: (India's version of a vegetable "sloppy joe"). Most popular street side dish made with mashed assorted vegetables in an onion, garlic, and tomato base sauce served with grilled hamburg buns/“pav”.
Cilantro chutney (dipping sauce)
Sweet brown Chutney (dipping sauce)