OW!! That does look HOT! Great shot for the day!!
:) Thank you Sylvia
I wonder how many people who work with hot oil end up with little burns all over their arms, it happens here too. Always good to see a slice of Mumbai life through your eyes Deepak.
Thank you Grace. Glad you liked it.
That is how chips are made locally. In few years will we see them with the MNC chips slowly becoming "more popular?" Will this knowledge on how to make large quantities of chips remain with the common person?In btw what is that dark thing in his hand? The ladle I see is in the oil. What is this?
The chipser. The stuff is thinly grated right into the oil. Surprisingly, at one point, salt water is sprinkled with fingers on to the frying chips in the hot oil. Resulting in some agitated crackling. My very good friend makes her own chips , wafer thin and yummy , at home, and she explained this method. This could be a commercial large size chipser . The small version is used at home.
Thanks Suranga!!! Salt water right onto frying chips in oil!!! OMG! And grating happens in the oil itself??? wow...why? Dang, there is so much to know about chips!!!
The guy toils hard for the whole day.The oil is used and reused a number of times and in the process the oil gets polymerized and is bad for health !
yes...it must be very hot...specially for that man standing out there for hours together.....
A good take for the theme!
Thank you Jama
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Very good one.
Thank you Rajesh
Nice hot fried chips. Actually these Barthans of oil have always scared me. What if it spills over? I have seen these experts slice raw bananas to make banana chips in Kerala. What precision. It is amazing to watch them. :) Prose, Poetry and Photography
I love these chips. I buy from Hot Chips in Bangalore. I especially like those thinker, crunchier variant. Have you tried karela chips? They are yummy!
An apt capture for the theme.Nice one.
Thank you Kavita
nice shot and apt capture for the theme!!http://sushmita-smile.blogspot.in
Thank you Sushmita
j'aime beaucoup le mouvement dans cette photo
Merci beaucoup Olivier
A large pot, and it looks dangerous...Best wishesCL
HiThe speed and precision with which these workers slice the vegetable for the chips is simply amazing!
Indeed its mesmerising!
Very nice capture..:-)
Thank you so much
Is that a 'Hot Chips' shop...I love the smell of frying Samosas :)
No Vinita it was a shop where he was frying banana and potato chips.
Amazing how these people work for so many hours in this terrible weather! But...I love those chips!Awesome pic!
Thank you Panchali
Wow - It must be so hot, especially in your summers!
Best of luck, your picture rocks~
Thank you Ghazala
Nice shot.. Imagine him standing in front of this hot oil for the entire day.. Especially during summer. Its horrible.
Thank you Ashwini. Life is tough!
You must have great interest in FOODIE things :)
Oh yes, am a foodie!
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:) Come over!
Looks good. Looks like litti chokha.