5 Street Style Fusion Recipes You Must Try at Least Once

5 Street Style Fusion Recipes You Must Try at Least Once
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We are no longer surprised by the country’s fusion food scene. Fusion recipes abound on social media and street markets, and we can’t help but try them all. While some fusion recipes are quite tasty, some may be a little strange, but who says little experimentation can’t be fun? If you love experimenting as much as we do, it’s time for us to tell you the secret. We’ve put together a list of 5 fusion street-style meals that are nothing short of a culinary delight.

1. Butter Chicken Momos

Let’s start with our personal favorite. Here’s a classic fusion recipe that combines the best of both worlds: Tibetan momos with Punjabi butter chicken. This recipe is worth a try if you like momos and like to experiment with them.

2. Chili Cheese Vada Pav

This vada pav dish is one of our favorites. This vada pav dish is spicy and cheesy and will amaze you with its taste. Normally, a potato vada is baked in Vada Pav, but in this fusion dish, the vada consists of green chili peppers and a variety of spices.

3. Rasgulla Chaat

Soft and spongy rasgulla is drizzled with yogurt, tamarind sauce, mint and coriander chutney and a blend of Indian spices in this chaat. It has the right balance of sweet and savory flavors. You can find the recipe here.

4. Tandoori Momos

Another delicious fusion momos dish is waiting for you. These tandoori momos are sure to make you drool. Super juicy steamed momos are marinated with a hint of Indian spices and a crunchy vegetable filling, then baked in an oven to crispy perfection.

5. Pizza Samosa

The crispy outer layers of a samosa are combined in this delicacy with the cheesy and delicious filling of a pizza. Enjoy double the gastronomic happiness this weekend with this delicious snack recipe.

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