August 25, 2022

Maaji’s Street Kitchen Offers Traditional (and Tasty) Indian Food [PHOTOS]

If you want healthier versions of traditional Indian food without sacrificing any of the taste, Heena Chopra (chef-owner of Maaji's Street Kitchen in St. Ann) will show you how it's done.

Read Jessica Rogan's review: "Maaji's Street Kitchen Offers Indian Food With a Healthful Twist"
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Matar paneer, an Indian cheese dish with peas.
Mabel Suen
Matar paneer, an Indian cheese dish with peas.
Desserts include gula jamun, rasgulla and kaju katli.
Mabel Suen
Desserts include gula jamun, rasgulla and kaju katli.
Chicken curry roll-up on onion parantha with fresh salad and chutney.
Mabel Suen
Chicken curry roll-up on onion parantha with fresh salad and chutney.
Combination $2 with chicken curry, matar paneer, basmati rice and chutney.
Mabel Suen
Combination $2 with chicken curry, matar paneer, basmati rice and chutney.
Papdi chaat with chole, aloo, sev, onion, tomato, chutney and yogurt.
Mabel Suen
Papdi chaat with chole, aloo, sev, onion, tomato, chutney and yogurt.
Chicken curry, aloo masala and onion parantha.
Mabel Suen
Chicken curry, aloo masala and onion parantha.
Samosas with two chutneys.
Mabel Suen
Samosas with two chutneys.
Maaji's Street Kitchen features traditional Indian entrees, bowls, roll-ups, sides, drinks and desserts.
Mabel Suen
Maaji's Street Kitchen features traditional Indian entrees, bowls, roll-ups, sides, drinks and desserts.
Heena and Jayda behind the counter.
Mabel Suen
Heena and Jayda behind the counter.
Chef-owner Heena Chopra and her daughter, Jayda Miller.
Mabel Suen
Chef-owner Heena Chopra and her daughter, Jayda Miller.