Some drool-worthy Indian street foods
Most Indians have a special place for food in their heart, especially if it is India’s popular street foods. Each time when people are out for their shopping sprees, they cannot help but wander their eyes towards the street food stalls which are not very difficult to find on every nook and corner of Indian markets. Actually , the fact is Indian street foods hold special place in our hearts.
Although, now that people are more concerned about their hygiene and health, they try to avoid street foods and their attention is now inclined towards the western food joints.
Pizza and burger have become their favourite snacks. But all know that western cuisine cannot hold a candle in front of our very desi street foods.
Once in a month the day comes when you have to let go and have the exquisite taste of those street foods which keep calling you whenever you cross their stall.
So, let the day be today. Let loose and savour the delightful offering from the Indian streets. But there are some foods that you cannot afford to miss at all. Let’s have a look at few of them:
1. Chole Bhature
Chole Bhature is one Indian street food which could be found anywhere, irrespective of your geographic location in the country. The dish which emerged from the Punjabi household initially is today every Indian’s one of the most preferred breakfast meal.
2. Aloo Tikki
Emerged from the royal background of Lucknow, these potato delights are the pride and joy of many street vendors. Even though everyone has tried to come up with their own version of the snack, but the distinctive quality of it still hasn’t lost.
3. Aloo Kachori
Originated from the royal background of Rajasthan, this delectable street food is worth every ounce of money you will spend on it. Filled with the delicacies of potato and served with chutney, this royal offering will certainly steal your heart.
4. Vada Pav
Vada Pav is Maharashtra’s own little version of Burger. If you are visiting Mumbai, one thing that you cannot miss is Vada Pav. From students low on pocket money to the high salaried businessmen, all prefer the chilly snack over any western food article.
Puchka, Paani puri or Golgappe, every state has come up with their own distinctive name for the ever drool-worthy snack. No matter what you call it, these tangy bombs filled with minty liquid are too hard to resist.