The Dahi Bhalla Papdi is an any time snack to kill your hunger creatively. It is a street food of India and Pakistan. It is especially famous in north India, sold in shops and kiosks of chaat.
Bakso, baso, meatball or meat balls are a type of meat ball commonly found in Indonesian cuisine. The meatballs are generally made from a mixture of beef milled and starch, but there are also some meatballs made from chicken, fish, and shrimp. It is also made from buffalo meat.
Tikka Kabab is a grilled meat dish that are pierced using iron rod. The name kebab comes from the Arabic language, kabab which originally meant fried meat, not grilled or roasted meat.
Kati Roll, Kathi roll or Paneer Tikka Kathi Roll is a popular Indian breakfast and street food, which is easy to make and nourishing as well.
Chinese Bhel is one of the most popular and tasy street fast food in India. This is a Chinese fast food recipe prepared with a mixture of Chinese noodles and sauce.
The origin of the name of this dish is still disputed. One hypothesis proposes the Spanish word commonly used for the dish, cebiche, originating from Latin cibus, which can be translated as - food for humans and animals. Other hypotheses supported by the Spanish Kingdom Academy suggested that this name might be derived from the Spanish-Arabic word assukkabáǧ, which is derived from the sakbāj Arabic word (سكباج means: meat cooked in vinegar). The hypothesis further bases the origin of the term in the word escabeche, or that the word ceviche only a variation of the word Siwichi, the traditional name of Quechua for the dish.
Pav Bhaji is a major West Indian breakfast. This breakfast is widely eat in Maharashtra, especially Mumbai's Pav Bhaji is world famous. The pav bhaji is offered both on stalls and in more traditional restaurants in India and abroad.
Kaassoufflé is a Dutch snack. It is a deep-fried piece of dough filled with melted cheese. The Kaassoufflé is served both for itself and with a bread roll. As a variant of the Kaassoufflés there is the Hamkaassoufflé with cheese and ham filling.
The Pizza in the cup (Pizza al taglio in Italian) is a variety of pizza baked in large rectangular trays and usually sold by weight in rectangular or square brackets. This type of pizza is invented in Rome and spread all over Italy. Many variations and styles of pizza exist.
The tlayuda, is a corn tortilla. It usually has a diameter of 30 centimeters or more. It browns on a comal, which gives it greater hardness than a conventional tortilla, with a brittle and leathery consistency. Due to its thickness and cooking, they guarantee its conservation in good condition for long periods of time.