Monsoon Special Street Food

13 Most Popular Monsoon Special Street Food That You Should Make At Home.

Posted on: July 26th, 2023 06:34 PM

Monsoon and cravings have an unbreakable bond. As the dark clouds and pitter-patter of raindrops take over the atmosphere, monsoon hunger pangs immediately strike in. We all would agree that Hot and spicy street food is the first to hit our minds during this cool and breezy season. Well enjoying your favourite street dishes all drenched in rain can be a whole lot of fun but can be a huge mistake too. Apart from being the season of green paradise and a cool atmosphere, monsoon also brings high humidity insects and diseases with it. Eating food from outside can make you sick, so it's safer to make street food at home.

You must have tried making your at home but what about authentic street-style taste? That’s tough to get but we have good news. With Re:fresh Masala and Spices you can bring the true street flavours right in the comfort and safety of your home. Here, we have shortlisted some delicious dishes from the streets of India that you should try at home with Re:fresh.

Must-try Indian street food at home.

Pav bhaji.

What's better than a plate of buttery pav bhaji on a rainy day? This Mumbai classic is a burst of flavours, with mashed vegetables cooked in a rich tomato-based gravy and served with butter-soaked buns. Let's start our street food journey with the iconic Pav Bhaji! Prepare the bhaji with a dash of Pav Bhaji Masala, spices and load it up with chopped onions, coriander, and a squeeze of lemon for that ultimate lip-smacking experience.

Vada pav.

Vada Pav is a quintessential Mumbai street food. With vada pav masala, you can season the potato vadas to perfection. Slather on some spicy chutney, tuck it inside a soft bun, and you have an exquisite snack that will leave you craving more. Make a batch of Vada Pav at home, and watch your family revel in the true essence of Mumbai's street food culture and prepare them to be blown away by the spicy indulgence!

Pani puri.

No street food list is complete without the king of all Indian snacks - Pani Puri! These crispy hollow puris filled with spicy and tangy water, along with a delightful mixture of pani puri masala, potatoes, chickpeas, and chutneys, will surely tantalize your taste buds. Set up a Pani Puri counter at home and watch your family indulge in the joy of assembling and devouring these delectable treats.

Chole kulche.

A plate of spicy chickpeas served with soft and buttery kulchas is a match made in street food heaven from North Indian cuisine. Recreate the magical combination of Punjabi chole and fluffy kulchas at home to add a spicy twist to your monsoon meals. With Chole Masala, you can add a unique flavour to your Chole that will have everyone asking for the recipe.


Straight from the heart of Gujarat, Dabeli is a spicy and flavorful burger-like snack that packs a punch. The sweet and tangy tamarind chutney, garlic chutney, and the special Dabeli Masala create an explosion of taste in every bite. Make your monsoon evenings special by recreating this unique street food delight in your kitchen.

Masala chai.

How could the monsoon indulgence list be complete without masala chai? The aroma of freshly brewed tea leaves, combined with aromatic spices like cardamom, cloves, and ginger, creates a comforting experience like no other. Sip on this piping hot and flavoursome tea while watching the raindrops dance outside.

Idli sambar.

The soothing sound of rain pairs perfectly with the warmth of fluffy Idlis dipped in flavorous Sambar(product link). This traditional South Indian delight is not only delicious but also easy to prepare at home. The soft and steamed Idlis, combined with the flavorful lentil-based Sambar and nutty coconut chutneys, will transport you to the picturesque streets of South India.


Wrap yourself in the goodness of a hot and spicy Frankie. This street food sensation offers a tantalizing filling, usually with marinated veggies or succulent meat, rolled in a soft flatbread. Add street-style magic to this homemade delicacy with Frankie masala.

Noodles and manchurian balls.

Indo-Chinese cuisine has taken the Indian street food scene by storm, and rightly so! The crispy and tangy Manchurian, whether with vegetables, is a tantalizing fusion of Indian and Chinese flavours. With Manchurian Masala, you can add an extra layer of spice to your Manchurian, making it an absolute treat.

Street-style noodles are a popular Asian street food. Prepare them with an array of veggies and spices using Noodles masala for that authentic street food flavour. Whether you like them spicy or mild, you can tailor the seasoning to your liking.

You can also combine Manchurian and Noodles to recreate a classic Indo-Chinese dish at home.

Corn bhel.

Do you remember many Bollywood movies and Tv serials showing couples romantically enjoying Corn beside the busy streets? Corn is monsoon’s specialty and more than this, it’s healthy too. Roasted bhutta is a popular choice in this monsoon, but you can make it more tempting with a dash of spices and the presence of veggies.

Remove kernels from the cob, sprinkle Chaat Masala, add salt as per taste, red chillies, chopped tomato, onion and other vegetables of your choice and masleadar corn bhel is ready.


For pasta lovers out there, why not experiment with a desi twist? Pasta Masala combines the beloved Italian pasta with aromatic Indian spices, creating a mouthwatering fusion of tastes. The creamy, spicy goodness will have you reaching for a second serving in no time.


Finally, classic street food that's incredibly versatile – the humble Sandwich! Get creative with your fillings and season them to perfection using Sandwich Masala. Grill or toast your sandwiches for a delightful meal that will surely satisfy your cravings.

Summing it up:

The monsoon season brings with it an irresistible craving for street food. So, instead of letting the rains dampen your spirits, embrace the magic of the season by trying these popular street food recipes at home. With Re:fresh , you can bring those flavours home and enjoy them safely. So, bring out your aprons, experiment with these recipes, and indulge in the true street-style flavours at home this monsoon.

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