If you call the Maximum City Mumbai your home then chances are that vada pav has been your go-to snack at a number of times. Vada Pav is the staple dish of the city and is had any time of the day. It is not just a snack but a way of life and often comes to the rescue of Mumbaikars who are hard pressed for time, money and need a quick bite to eat. Now, the humble vada pav has found a new fan in celebrity chef Nigella Lawson. Nigella Lawson visited the city for the first time and was spellbound by the beauty and charm of the city. However, what really appealed to her was Mumbai’s staple snack vada pav. The 57-year-old cookery show presenter and author shared an Instagram post where she wrote that the best thing she ate in 2017 was a vada pav at Ladoo Samrat in Mumbai.
Nigella Lawson posted a picture of Vada pav and poha on her Instagram account and wrote, “Best thing I’ve eaten in 2017: the vada pav at Ladoo Samrat after the wonderful @nfpexplore Dawn Tour of Mumbai. Vada pav are unfeasibly light spiced potato patties, fried crisp in gram flour batter, to be squished into soft bread rolls. Also eaten here, to great delight: poha, flattened rice, thali peeth, multigrain fried bread, and Sabudana khichdi, which is sago.” Looks like Nigella Lawson tasted the staple Maharashtrian snacks on her first visit to India. Display of Non-Vegetarian Food Proposed To Be Banned in Delhi; Twitterati Furious
The best thing that Nigella Lawson ate in 2017 was Vada Pav
She also shared a beautiful picture of Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station at night
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Nigella Lawson is a famous TV cookery show presenter and cookbook writer. Her simple yet awesomely delicious delicacies have made her a household name in the field of cooking and food. Nigella Lawson is visiting India for the first time and let’s hopes that she will feature some of the indigenous dishes on her shows and also the fact that India influences and impacts her in some way. After all, Indian food is probably the most well-known and tastiest.