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Best Indian Street Foods That Every Foodie Will Love To Eat

Indian street foods is so popular all around the world, that one just can’t deny to have it. No family outing is ever complete without having a plate of chaat. The mélange of various spices makes it different and our all-time favorite. Apart from Indians, there are a lot of foreign travelers who fell in love with the exotic flavors of Indian street food. Be it east, west, north or south no one lags behind to present their specialty. Can you afford walking through the streets of Mumbai without a vada-pao? No! We just can’t resist the cheap and lip-smacking delights.

Here are a few mouth-watering Indian street food dishes to set your tummy on rolls.

BHEL PURI

BHEL PURI - BEST INDIAN STREET FOODS

A mild spicy blend of crunchy chickpeas, nuts, puffed rice, and veggies. It is a dominant snack of Mumbai’s Juhu and Chaupati which remind us of the famous Bollywood track “main toh raste se has raha tha, main to bhel-puri kha raha tha”!!

ALOO TIKKI

ALOO TIKKI

It is a delicacy of Lucknow, the city of Nawabs. Mixed with curd, pomegranate seeds, red and green sweet-sour chutney which is a treat.

CHHOLE BHATURE

CHHOLE BHATURE

The first love of many! Spicy and heavy, one of the must try. The combination of hot bhaturas with spicy chholas and raw green chilies is a famous Punjabi staple breakfast dish. But, pairing it up with a glass full of chilled lassi is all your tummy wants.

KACHORI

KACHORI

When it comes to kachori, nothing beats the exotic variety of Rajasthan. Kachori from Jodhpur and Bikaner, straight from the heart of Rajasthan come with different fillings, is as tasty as it sounds, made by deep-frying the doughs of maida.

MOMOS

MOMOS

It is native to Nepal and Tibet but there is no second thought that momos are the most loved Indian street food that has now escalated to the food centers and cafes. Steamed hot dumplings filled with veggies, chicken or even chocolate and served with spicy red chili sauce. Whether a genuine craving or just strolling around, we just cannot avoid the ‘momos wale bhaiya’.

Craving already? So, which of these are you going to pick first!

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Rashmi has been a freelance writer for 1 year. She loves writing about food, Bollywood and travel. DELHITE | FOODIE | CONTENT WRITING

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