Pav bhaji – a Maharashtrian dish that originated in Mumbai cuisine. The pav-bhaji is a spicy preparation with a mixture of vegetables, either whole or mashed, a generous dose of fresh tomatoes, a dollop of butter, garnished with coriander and chopped onion, a dash of lemon and consumed with warm bread gently or crispy fried in butter – an all-time, anytime favourite with Mumbaikars. It is native to Mumbai and has now become popular in most metropolitan areas in India.
Kheema Pav – very similar to Pav Bhaji except that unstead of vegetables, a spicy mince meat curry (beef or chicken) is used for the filling. Another very popular street food of Mumbai.
Daal Chawal – curried lentils, known as “daal” across India, are the staple of most Indian families. At any time of the day, daal and rice, sometimes garnished with coriander, fresh tomatoes, fried onions, is the perfect comfort food. A simple delicious meal, it provides a packed serving of fibre, protein, and complex carbohydrates.