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With the variety of mouth watering dishes in India, here are 10 street foods you should eat.
Try ”Lakhanpur de Bhalle”
As a fried snack, Bhalle is great for vegeterians. It is spicy, made from pulses, and is served with spicy green chutney and grated radish. Many stalls sell Bhalle at different times so you won’t miss it.
Eat “Aloo Tikky”
If you love crunch, this treat is for you. Also Vegetarian, Aloo Tikky is made from puffed mashed potato patties that are served with a spicy green pea curry and a choice of either sour or sweet chutney.
This dish is quite tangy. It is made from hot, loaded chicken or vegetable dumplings that are served with a spicy red sauce. This is currently the best Indian street food but is originally from Nepal and Tibet. Delicious!
Enjoy “Chhole Bhature”
This is a favoured dish in the Punjab area and it is made from a mixture of chickpea curry which is quite spicy, and fried flat bread. This dish is very filling and is usually had for breakfast.
Although this is a drink, it is quite heavy and filling. Served in tall bowls, it is made from a mixture of fruit, yogurt, and spices. The flavour is to your preference and can either be salted, or sweet.
Snack on “Dabeli”
This is a popular street food in Bangalore and Kutchh. It is a sandwich which contains spicy Indian potato mix with onion and peanut toppings. The buns are very soft, and you have different options of chutney flavours.
Feast on “Dosas”
These pancakes are from South India. They are savoury, crispy and satisfying. Dosas are served with a potato filling that is spicy but delicious. You have different choices of toppings like mushroom, spinach, peas, corn, cauliflower, and paneer.
Bite into “Galouti Kebabs”
These are the most famous street food in Lucknow. They are the juiciest, most tender, spicy and meaty kebabs that you will ever eat. Pieces of mince meat are spiced, then shaped into balls before being fried.
Savour “Aloo Chaat”
This is a kind of salad that is made from potatoes, drizzled with options of either, sour, sweet or spicy chutney, and fried rice noodles that are very crispy. It can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Slurp and Sip on “Paya Soup”
This is an excellent, non-vegetarian soup. Made from lamb trotters, Paya Soup is a delicious, thick and meaty comfort soup. You can have it sizzling hot for breakfast, lunch or dinner with buttered Naan bread.
It’s important to note that Indian foods can be very spicy. If you prefer non-spicy versions of these foods because of personal preference or any allergies, feel free to ask your vendor if they can make you a special order.