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    VADA PAV: This is the most liked fast food in Mumbai and you are sure to find stalls selling Vada Pavs in every street! Many street corner cart vendors are spread across all small & big cities and towns. Often served with a green chilli and a red chutney (sauce) which is commonly made out of shredded coconut, tamarind pulp, and garlic. For the recipe, visit:

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    Vada Pav - A.k.a Desi Burger

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