Gol Gappe, Chaat, Sev Puri, Aloo Tikki, remember, how we used to go out without thinking about the sanitization process?
We all are missing our favourite street foods, maybe more than the exotic dishes of fancy restaurants. But the good news is, some of the many street foods can be easily made at home, at least that's what many home chef are doing during lockdown.
Thanks to Social Media, we now have the access to make our favourite street dishes at home.
Check out these 3 simple and tasty dishes to try at home:
1. Pani Puri
Mouth-watering, isn't it? It is so easy to make at home, you might not go out on the streets again to eat it post lockdown. Looks like people are not able to resist their craving for this age-old traditional street food, which we also fondly call 'golgappe'.
Not many of you might know, but making momos is quite easy. You just have to knead dough with maida (or atta) with some salt, oil and water, and roll out thin small wraps. Just stuff it with your kind of filling and steam in idli maker or any pan on stove.
3. Dahi Bhalla
You just need this one tip to make soft and squishy bhallas at home. Whip the batter as thoroughly as possible and you'll get bhalla just like you get from your neighborhood chaat stall. Finish with a flavourful dahi mixture with chutneys.
Don't let Coronavirus scare you so much that you forget about your favorite street foods. Enjoy!