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Picture of Indian Burger : Vada Pav !!
Vada Pav.......yuuuummm....  Mouth just starts watering at the name of it....

Spending all my college years in mumbai, a place where one can get vada pav at almost every corner of the street, It had become out savior for all the hunger pangs we were facing during out long assignment periods, long travel or be it just a small break between two lectures. It is, unofficially of course, like the national food of Mumbai.

Step 1: Lets collect 'em.

Picture of Lets collect 'em.
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Ingredients & Supplies

Vada:

1) Potatoes                      : 1/2 kg
2) Oil                                 : 1tspn
3) Green Chilies             : 4- 5 nos
4) Lemon                         : 1 nos
5) Ginger                          : 1" cube
6) Coriander leaves       : half bowl chopped
7) Curry Leaves               : 8-10 leaves
8) Salt                                : to taste
9) Mustard Seeds           : 1/2 tspn
10) Asafoetida                 : Pinch

Batter for coating:
1) Gram Flour              : 1 bowl
2) Oil                              : 1tspn
3) Baking soda            : Pinch
4) Lemon                      : 3-4 drops
5) Salt                            : to taste
6) Water                        : 1/2 cup ( add slowly till thick pouring consistency)

For Frying:

1) Oil                              : for deep frying


Garlic Chutney:

1) Garlic Cloves                     : 6-8 cloves
2) Red Chilli Powder            : 2 tspn
3) Salt                                      : to taste
 
Green Chutney:

1) Coriander Leaves            : 1 bowl
2) Green Chilies                   : 5-6 nos
3) Ginger                                : 1" cube
4) Lemon                               : 1 nos
5) Cashew nut                      : 10-15 pieces
6) Salt                                     : to taste

Sweet Chutney:

1) Dates                                : 1 bowl cleaned
2) Lemon                              : 2 tspn
3) Cumin Seeds                  : 1/2 tspn
4) Salt                                    : To taste

Obviously, bread buns.

Supplies:

1) A mixer grinder
2) Bowls  2 nos.
3) Deep frying pot
4) Knife
5) Your hands & getting them dirty.








 
Xenia12324 days ago
this looks awesome, it's even without gluten and animal products (ok except the buns) and I hope I come to give it a try as my child sleeps or so. I love indian spices and all indian food I tried until now. I can make Paneer with soy milk for Palak Paneer :) thank you for this recipe with good photos and maybe you show us sth else. Have a good time!
Swapna B1 year ago

Love the recipe!!

This looks really good......Indian food is hard to come by in my neck of the woods.

artworker1 year ago

Awesome! I totally love vadapav! I eat at least 2 everyday! Vilakshan!