Delicious Indian Street Food Dishes No One Can Resist

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Discover the vibrant world of delicious Indian street foods! From spicy chaat and crispy pakodas to savory pav bhaji and sweet jalebis and Rabri kulfi, explore the rich flavors and diverse offerings that make India's street food a culinary adventure. Perfect for food enthusiasts and travellers alike from India and International. And it gives a better feeling while watching your food preparation in front of your eyes. Know more 

Here is a quick guide to the most popular street eats in India:


Chaat, a savoury snack, sold from a roadside stall in India, or served as a starter in an Indian restaurant. Chaat is a small meals which usually combine salty, spicy, sweet, and sour flavours. Aloo Tikki is a Chaat recipe, which is famous in Delhi and can be seen on ever other street. The round flat, shaped boiled potato is fried in oil and flavoured with ground spices and sweet-and-sour date and tamarind sauce.


Gol Gappas, some people call it pani puris and some call it is termed as puchkas, paani ke patashe, is a delicious street-side delicacy, which is munching on crispy atta or sooji puris, filled with tangy water, chickpeas, mashed potato and spices.


Bhel Puri is a popular Indian street snack, a low-fat, nutritious and delicious food, made with puffed rice, sev (fried gram flour vermicelli), onion, tomato, potato, flavored sauce or chaat chutneys and has a cruncy texture. Bhel is generally identified as ‘beach snacks’ associated with Mumbai beaches but can now famous in other city as a street food too.


Samosa is a potato stuffed deep fried crunchy snack are one of the most popular in street food snack in North Indian cuisine. The dough or atta for samosa is made with Maida (all-purpose flour), ghee and salt and they are often served with ketchup for dipping.


Vada Pav or Wada Pao is Indian street Burger that's immensely popular across the country, a savory and spicy soft dinner rolls or fluffy buns, referred to as Pav, stuffed with a fried batter coated potato dumpling with garlic chutney.


Pav Bhaji is an Indian fast food consisting of a thick spicy vegetable gravy served with soft bread rolls. Origin from Maharashtra, now its popular in all over India as delicious street food. Pav Bhaji is an absolute delight for every Indian street food lover.


Kachori is a sweet and spicy deep-fried snack, originating in India subcontinent and famous among Indian street food snacks. Khasta kachori is a delicious, spicy, fried puffed pastry. Khasta Kachori is filled with spicy moong dal mixture and then deep fried.

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