5 things to get mood in rainy days
GARAM ADHRAK CHAI# ☕☕ Be it Mumbai’s famous ‘Cutting Chai’ or Kolkatta’s favourite ‘Kullad wali Chai’, this elixir makes a rainy day even more magical with its strong aroma and spicy cardamom flavor. It is best enjoyed with hot pakodas. For extra warmth, hold the glass close to your mouth and blow into the cup for the steam to drown your face.
# 🍔🍔 If you are in or around Mumbai, you cannot have missed the sight of a roadside vendor constantly churning out vadas and serving huge crowds of people. If you haven’t had Vada Pav during monsoon, then you haven’t experienced Mumbai’s best season yet. Next time it starts pouring, forget your umbrellas and rain wear. Instead, get drenched, walk to the nearest Vada Pav stall, and ask for out-of-the-frying-pan fresh and steaming hot Vada Pav served with garlic and chili chutney.
# (GARMA GARAM BHAJIYA) Mumbai rainy day, all you want is a hot plate of kanda bhaji (onion pakodas) with garlic chutney. Kothimbir wadi, paneer pakoda, mirchi pakoda are all great accompaniments as well. Don’t forget the green chilies.🌶 4#BHUTTA
#🌽🌽☔ Monsoons are incomplete without getting caught in the rain and relishing the charcoal-roasted bhutta sprinkled with spices. The warmth of the flame and bites of hot tangy corn make for a very comfortable setting on windy and rainy days.
Oh, those mouthwatering, deep fried and tempting samosas. Freshly fried samosas and their aroma are sure to give anyone hunger pangs. There is something about their crunchy crust combined with the pitter-patter of raindrops that make them everyone’s favourite.
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