Ananya Panday likes to keep her fans entertained. Whether its glimpses from her personal life, fashion photoshoots or mouth-watering gastronomic adventures, she documents it all. For now, Ananya’s latest culinary trail grabbed our attention. The actress was busy eating something extremely delicious. Can you guess? It’s the classic vada pav from Mumbai. Ananya gave us a sneak peek into her shoot diaries, as she shared the foodie picture from her set. In the Instagram story, Ananya wrote, “Best day on set is equal to vada pav (image).” The scrumptious vada is assembled between a slit pav. The best thing is the delicacy is half eaten because Ananya couldn’t wait to dig into it. Well, her excitement is justified. Take a look.
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If you are keen on exploring more of the street food scene in Maharashtra, take a look at these five amazing recipes below.
1. Vada Pav
This is one of the most loved dishes in Mumbai. Born in the city of dreams, this delicacy resembles a vada (flavourful potato ball dipped in gram flour batter and deep-fried) sandwiched between a bun. It spells indulgence and you can also make it at home. Recipe here.
2. Misal Pav
Mumbaikars see this as a staple breakfast dish. It includes a sumptuous curry of sprouted beans combined with pav. But we have to admit that this delicacy is also a healthy snack that you can swear by. It’s quite easy to prepare this at home. Why don’t you give it a try? Find the recipe here.
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3. Kanda Bhaji
If you love snacking, this recipe is a must-try. It’s crispy, and drool-worthy, and can be best paired with a cup of hot chai. To make this all you have to do is combine some onions in a gram flour batter flavoured with coriander and other spices. Fry bhajis in hot oil. Click here for the recipe.
4. Pav Bhaji
There’s hardly anyone who doesn’t like diving into pav bhaji. It’s wholesome and comes with loads of butter. This dish is pretty appetising and you can easily make this at home whenever hungry. Don’t forget to put butter in the pav and garnish the bhaji with chopped onions and some lime juice. Recipe here.
5. Sabudana Vada
Now, this delight, also known as sago vada is pure love. If you have a soft corner sabudana, you are going to fall in love with this snack. You can either relish it with mint chutney or curd. If nothing from the mentioned options, simply have it with your tea. Find the recipe here.
How many things have you tried from the list above? Is there any dish that you’ve been craving badly?