Mumbai is a city of foodies fueled by it’s vibrant street food scene. Going out for a midnight snack of pani puri at one of a thousand roadside stalls is a favorite past time of many Mumbaikers, as is eating grilled corn on the cob with a sprinkle of chili powder and squirt of lime while strolling down rain-swept Chowpatty beach during the monsoon season. While we can’t quite replicate that experience in Oxfordshire, we can show you how to make some of Mumbai’s favourite street foods including:
- Pav Vada – spiced deep fried potato served in a bun with various chutneys – just look at the photo!!
- Idli sambhar – steamed rice and lentil “cakes” with a savoury dal and coconut chutney
- Bhel puri – a snack made with puffed rice and chickpea sticks (sev)
- Green coriander and coconut chutney
- Tamarind and date chutney
We know that Samar’s classes are going to be extremely popular – we are also running a class specifically on Gujarati cooking and look out for a longer class at Miele – A Tour of India… exciting times for our Indian Food lovers!