#"Vada pav"# best street food

"vada pav" "wada pav" is a vegetarian fast food dish native to the Indian state of Maharashtra.The Marathi compound word batata vada means potato fritter. Pav which is a variant of Portuguese "pão" is sweetened bread. It originated as cheap street food in Mumbai, but is now offered in stalls and restaurants throughout India.
Boiled mashed potatoes are spiced, commonly with chillies, garlic, asafoetida, turmeric, mustard seeds and garlic, but the spices may vary. The mass is then coated in gram flour batter and deep fried. The resultant fritter is served in a bread bun, accompanied by one or more chutneys and fried green chilly.
If you are in udaipur and you are looking for best rajasthani vada pav, which you can find only at Mohan Singh ji's "chundawat wada pav" stall.
                   
                   
The best rajasthani vada pav of uadipur is of Mohan Singh's stall near Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandal, he started his stall around 24 years before. Usually people eat wada pav with chutney and onions but the trick of his wada pav popularity is right amount of spices and herbs added to the vada without any chutney and onion. The way they fry  till it turns golden brown makes it awesome in taste. The taste of vada pav turns super with a glass of butter milk. And this delicious street food plate cost next to nothing.
                   

Mohan ji stall is my best wada pav stall for sunday breakfast. You must try it once because after trying it once you gonna addicte of it.
       
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