[San Mateo] Indian Street Food Part Two: Pav Bhaji, Mumbai Style

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[San Mateo] Indian Street Food Part Two: Pav Bhaji, Mumbai Style

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Chaat is a term describing savory snacks, typically served at roadside from stalls or food carts in India. Chaat literally means "lick" and these snacks are so mouth-watering that one can lick all the way to the last bit. Come make your own Chaat, and enjoy your own creation!

  • Pav Bhaji: “Pav” means unsweetened dinner roll, or soft bread. “Bhaji” means vegetables including cooked onion, tomatoes and spices. Pav Bhaji is a “Mumbai” based fast food which is wholesome and can be eaten on the go.
  • Vada Pac: “Vada” is gram flour fritter filled with potatoes and spices. And it is served in a bread bun coated with spicy garlic chutney.
  • Tikki Choley: “Tikki” is a vegetable patty made with potatoes and spices. It is served with garbanzo beans cooked with spices and garnished with raw onions and sev.
  • Dahi Bhalla: “Dahi” menas yogurt and “Bhalla” is deep fried lentil fritter/savory donuts. Bhalla is served in Dahi mixed with cumin powder, red chili powder.
  • Mango Lassi: This is made out of mangoes and buttermilk flavored with kewra essence or rose essence.
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WHEN : Aug 22 Sat 2015 4pm-7pm

WHERE : San Mateo, CA 94402, details to be included in confirmation

SIZE OF CLASS : 10

LEVEL OF CLASS : Beginner

TYPE OF CLASS : Public

Veena Narayanan Chef & Food Enthusiast

Veena Narayanan

Chef & Food Enthusiast