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By CNA Published: 05 Jul 2020 Audio: English
Dharavi - the heart of Mumbai - is one of the world's largest and busiest slums, and its street food runs through its veins. Our vendors show us how to cut it in this competitive slum and make a living from its thriving inner-slum economy. Malai, an idliwalla from Tamil Nadu shares his secrets for perfect fluffy steamed rice cakes called idlis, crunchy lentil fritters called vada, all served with his trademark tomato chutney. Sorab is known for his famous Chinese-Indian food - a finger-licking fusion cuisine created by Indians but inspired by Chinese spices. He reveals the closely-guarded recipe to his signature Manchurian sauce, and shows how to use it to make his famous street snacks, sweet and sour chow mein you can slurp down in minutes and Manchurian balls of crunchy cabbage deep-fried to optimal crispiness.
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