ALOO TIKKI WITH DATE AND TAMARIND CHUTNEY

ALOO TIKKI WITH DATE AND TAMARIND CHUTNEY

Aloo tikki are a classic Indian chaat , or ‘snack food’, typically served from street food carts. Subtly spiced, soft and creamy mashed potatoes are shaped and fried into crisp cakes and topped with a little dollop of cool yogurt and a fiery sweet chutney. They are a triumph of textures and really quite addictive.

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EGG BHURJI WITH BUTTERY PARATHAS

Softly set scrambled eggs loaded with vegetables, spices and herbs make a spectacular and unusual brunch dish. Traditionally eaten without cutlery, and using torn off bits of bread to scoop up the egg, this is a very popular street breakfast in India to fuel the workers.

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TURMERIC FRIED EGGS WITH CURRY SAUCE

I adore egg curries; if you’ve never made one and are a touch sceptical, I urge you to give this Sri Lankan version a go. Eggs and spices are simply made for each other, and here you have soft-boiled eggs fried until crisp on the outside, served in a generous puddle of curry sauce –

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GRILLED CHERMOULA HERRINGS

Herrings are like the big cousins of sardines and with a little more flesh to the bone they are less fiddly to eat. You could very easily substitute sardines if they are easier to find, however. Either way, just make sure your fish are spanking fresh in this simple barbecue recipe with a Moroccan street

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SHAMI BUN KEBAB WITH CORIANDER CHUTNEY

For westerners, these Pakistani kebabs are unusual in that the mince is cooked before being shaped into patties. The trick to ensuring they hold their shape is to make sure the mince mixture is cooked until it is completely dry before puréeing and shaping. These can be made with minced lamb or beef, depending on

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PAKORAS WITH MINT AND CORIANDER CHUTNEY

There are two cuisines that could convince me to vegetarian – Italian and Indian, and this recipe is a perfect example of why I have listed Indian as one of the two. Delicious, simple to prepare with ingredients you most likely have in your fridge and storecupboard and wonderfully evocative of Indian street food. Try

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Green Chicken Tikka

Green Chicken Tika is lso known as Haryali chicken tika or hara masala tika. Green chicken tika is a delicious Indian recipe served as a starter . This recipe is made by marinating the boneless chicken pieces in green paste of mint coriander green chili seasoned with some spices.

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