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'Street Food' - 24 Recipe Result(s)

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  • Street food, Singapore-style: a model worth copying?

    Street food, Singapore-style: a model worth copying?

    Street food in Singapore is not actually on the streets - traders operate from designated 'hawker centres'. Would this model work in Britain?If there is one thing I take from the works of Anthony Bourdain, it's that you only live once - so eat out of your comfort zone. If you're in the Philippines a...

  • Egyptian street food recipes

    Egyptian street food recipes

    Perfect koshari, tabbule salad and 'handkerchief bread' pudding.KoshariThis is my home version, a cross between Lebanese mujaddarah and Egyptian koshariServes 6-8For the tomato sauceextra virgin olive oil 4 tbspsmall onion 1 , very finely choppedgarlic cloves 4, crushedchopped canned tomatoes with t...

  • Indian Street Food is Safer Than Restaurant Food

    Indian Street Food is Safer Than Restaurant Food

    Do you shrink away from street foods, thinking they are unhealthy and unhygienic? Well, think again, because a well-known Australian culinary historian claims that she found Indian street foods safer than restaurants catering to tourists.Charmaine O'Brien, the author of the recently released 'The Pe...

  • Street food fest in Delhi entices many

    Street food fest in Delhi entices many

    As many as 400 street food vendors from 19 states offered a wide range of options like chole bhature, spring rolls, fish pakora and kebabs to thousands of foodies of the capital on the first day of National Street Food Festival here Friday.The three-day fest, organised by National Association of Str...

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  • Now order delectable Chandni Chowk food online

    Now order delectable Chandni Chowk food online

    If the thought of Chandni Chowk's finger-licking and lip-smacking aloo tikki, paranthas and dahi bhalle excites you, but the crowded streets make you cringe, here's a chance to indulge in the delights of old Delhi's delectable food at the click of a mouse.Online shopping websites have tied up with s...

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  • Cookbooks: The word on the street

    Cookbooks: The word on the street

    Street food traders are queueing up to write down their recipes and publish cookbooks. Will the results live up to expectations and inject some life into the genre?Traditionally, street food recipes aren't written down. No point, really. Measurements - such as they are - are more likely to be "pinch...

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  •  Indian Fast Food: Top 10 chaat recipes

    Indian Fast Food: Top 10 chaat recipes

    Straight from the streets of North India, it's now famous all over the world. We are talking about the favourite street food of India - Chaat. It is believed that chaat was born in the royal kitchen of emperor Shah Jahan. According to a legend, when the Mughal emperor fell ill, he was instructed by ...

  • Notice to Civic Bodies on Ban on Selling Food in the Open

    Notice to Civic Bodies on Ban on Selling Food in the Open

    The Delhi High Court has issued a notice to the city's civic agencies that are seeking help in trying to quash notifications prohibiting vendors from selling food and drinks that are exposed to dust in order to curb contagious diseases in the summer. The notice was issued on 16th July, 2014.A divisi...

  • Dilli di galiyaan, Dilli da khaana!

    Dilli di galiyaan, Dilli da khaana!

    'Yaar tune yahan ka samosa nahi khaaya?''WHAT? You've never had kulfi from this place?''You've never been to that XYZ paranthe wala and you still call yourself a Delhiite? Shame!'These are the things you might have heard at some point in your life. Most of these places have been around for ages and ...

  • How to Make Peanut and Mango Chaat

    How to Make Peanut and Mango Chaat

    This fruity, crunchy, spicy snack pairs brilliantly with fried chicken - and is a great way to sneak a salad past the kidsMy kids love mango so much I tend to just slice the fruit into halves in a lattice ("hedgehog") pattern, turning them out to be eaten as they are. But I fancied trying something ...

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