Dahi Vada, amongst plethora of mouth-watering and tantalizingly delicious Chaat dishes that occupy street food scene in India, could quite clearly be termed as leader or a hero dish of a chaat platter.
Masala Pav is an interesting twist provided to an equally popular street food dish from Mumbai-Pav Bhaji. Sharing same base as of Pav Bhaji, Masala Pav is made of mixture of vegetables, a unique spice blend made specially for these dishes-Pav Bhaji Masala , and a generous helping of butter.
Methi Thepla are a traditional Gujarati soft flatbread that has now acquired a distinction of being a popular healthy breakfast/snack dish. Its fame is much at par with some of the other popular breakfast choices like Idli, Dosa or Parathas.
Celebrated on ninth and the last day of Vasant Navratri- one of the significant Hindu festivals that is observed for nine nights and which is devoted to Goddess Shakti- Ram Navami is celebrated as the day that marks birth of Lord Rama.
Raw Mango Chutney is a piquant and delectable relish that goes very well with quintessential South Indian snacks- Idlis, Dosa and Medu Vada or street food snacks like Moong Dal Pakoda and Batata Vadas or some piping hot Plain Parathas could go really well with this Chutney.