After Flying Dosa, Helicopter Chole Kulche Is Creating Waves On The Internet

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by Sanjana Shenoy
by Sanjana Shenoy 320

Mumbai’s Shree Balaji Dosa created a storm on social media with their fascinating Flying Dosas. The street vendor flings the dosa across the stall only to land directly into the customer’s plate. The Flying Vada Pav at Raghu Dosa Wala in Mumbai also amused foodies with the street food vendor flicking vadas across pans before stuffing them between the buns. Now, it’s not just the dosas and vada pavs that got the superhero twist, a street food stall in Delhi serves Helicopter Chole Kulche! Read on to know more.

Devour Helicopter Chole Kulche In Delhi

A video posted by @oye.foodieee on Instagram shows a street food vendor in Delhi, preparing Helicopter Chole Kulche in style. The cart nestled near BSES Office in Laxmi Nagar, has the vendor first mixing chole with an assortment of masalas and chutneys. He goes on to expertly mix them together. Next, he squeezes lemon to add tanginess and adds the chole into small bowls quickly in an expert manner like he was shuffling a deck of cards at a casino. The expert street food chef goes on to throw chopped slices of tomatoes in the air and catches them with a bowl of chole. The dish is garnished with sliced onions, helicopter-flung tomato slices and coriander. 

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The video went viral with foodies admiring the expert skills of the street food vendor preparing Helicopter Chole Kulche. While one netizen sarcastically commented if he serves it in a helicopter, many others said “Waah Waah”, “Badiya”, “Oye Hoye”, “On Fire” and added drooling emoticons. Well, the street food vendors in India are not only known for their delicious food, but also for their unique preparation and serving styles. Meanwhile, here’s a video of a Dadar restaurant owner who sells Malvani food in a Nano.  

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