bhelpuri


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bhelpuri

(bɛlˈpuːrɪ)
n
an Indian dish of puffed rice and vegetables
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Another chat or street food starter was the bhel puri--puffed rice with tomatoes, peas, onions also topped with crispy bhelpuri for texture.
" Chicken tandoori with biryani rice and fryums Favorites include chicken tandoori served with biryani rice and fryums, bhelpuri (a puffed rice snack), butter chicken, their selection of dosa (South Indian breakfast pancakes), palak paneer, tandoori hot wings and gulab jamun!
I stopped at Chowpatty Beach for a delicious plate of bhelpuri -puffed rice, vegetables and tamarind sauce.
"Sir did not say well-played to me ever, (but) I knew (when) Sir has taken me to have bhelpuri or paani-puri, Sir is happy, I have done something nice on the field," Tendulkar had said last year at an event while recalling Achrekar's contribution in making him the cricketer he became.
| Om Bhelpuri, change of use from retail (A1) and dwelling (C3) to dessert bar (A3) and construction of single-storey front extension, 6A, South Street, Savile Town.
These fun places are mostly known for the delicious food items they offer, such as tandoori momos, bhelpuri and banta.
We ate bhelpuri - dry snacks sold by street vendors for only a couple of pence - and quenched our thirst with fresh papaya and mango juices.
16 -- Lovers of Indian spicy chaat, samosas and bhelpuri can rejoice as the lip-smacking snacks have made it to the top 16 finalists in British street foods competition.
Once you've had your fill of this majestic structure, you could stroll leisurely along Rajpath, sampling some of the city's street food such as chanajor garam, bhelpuri, shakarkandi, and pakori chaat on the way.
Breakfast of bhelpuri with the Bhai Logs, halwa-laden luncheon with Maulanas and dinner of chappli kebabs with the Khans have been his routine, his associates confirmed.
Tantalising milk drinks, succulent fruits, sugar cane, and bhelpuri - a puffed bread snack with vegetables - are all sold on the streets but are best avoided to stave off the dreaded Delhi-belly.