BombayWalla Mumbai Vada 400gBombayWalla Mumbai Vada 400g
Mumbai Vada/ Vada pav A potato vada wedged between two pieces of bread is the favourite on-the-go snack for many Mumbaikars, yet, few know about Ashok Vaidya, the man who is credited with coming up with the idea for the snack at his stall outside Dadar railway station in 1966.
Nilamels Idiyappam(White) 400gNilamels Idiyappam(White) 400g
Idiyappam, also known as Nooputt or string hoppers is a traditional Tamil, Kerala, Kodava, Tulu and Sri Lankan food consisting of rice flour pressed into noodle form and then steamed It is made of rice flour or ragi flour (Finger millet flour), salt and water. It is generally served as the main course at breakfast or dinner together with a curry (potato, egg, fish or meat curry) and coconut chutney. It is served with coconut milk and sugar in Sri Lanka and in the Malabar region of Kerala. It is not usually served at lunch. In other parts of Kerala and Tamil Nadu, it is mostly eaten with spicy curries.
Saro Parippu Vada 375gSaro Parippu Vada 375g
Another delicious and popular tea time snack is the Saro Parippuvada. It packs enough crunchy taste to the munch and is mildly spicy.Saro Parippuvada is a connoisseur favorite and is prepared using Bengal gram made into paste and deep fried. It is the deep brown color that shows that Saro Paippuvadas are ready to be consumed. Fried in the highest quality oil and packed to stay fresh, here is a perfect snack for the evening for friends and family.
Saro Uzhunnu Vada 375gSaro Uzhunnu Vada 375g
Ask anyone from kerala to define pure bliss at 4 pm, you could be sure the reply is Uzhunnuvada accompanied by a cup of hot tea or coffee.That’s how much of an influence this dish has had on all who have come across it. So its safe to say that Saro Uzhunnuvada is not just a mouth watering snack, but one that has managed to touch the day to day lives of south Indians.The crispy outer layer and the soft interiors is truly a treat to the taste buds.