The Ramzan Food Trail Is Back

Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com returns — for the first time since the pandemic began tywo years ago — to the streets outside the Minara Masjid in south Mumbai for some mouth-watering Iftar treats.

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IMAGE: Vendors selling dates on carts are a common sight here.
Seen here is Azharuddin, 19, who sells dates with his uncle (not in the picture).
All photographs: Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com


IMAGE: Falooda (minus the ice cream), pineapple juice, flavoured milk and gud (jaggery) juice to quench your thirst.


IMAGE: A fruit vendor sells sliced papaya and watermelon.


IMAGE: Can you refuse this glass of chilled apple juice?


IMAGE: These naan pavs glazed with butter will make your mouth water.


IMAGE: Hot bhajiya, fresh off the tava.


IMAGE: Samosas stuffed with chicken or mutton mince.


IMAGE: Chicken shawarma is a new addition to the treats.


IMAGE: Marinated chicken drumsticks waiting to be fried.


IMAGE: No Ramzan feast is complete without a plate of seekh kebab.


IMAGE: The deep-fried malpua is so good that you won’t be able to stop at just one.


IMAGE: Don’t forget to dig into the indulgent phirni.


IMAGE: End your food feast on a sweet note with mava jalebi and rabdi.



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