SCRUMPTIOUS INDIAN STREET FOOD

SCRUMPTIOUS INDIAN STREET FOOD

By:Shrey Sainivas

MBA - I

Each region of India has specific street food specialties. All of them so delicious that everyone starts drooling. For some its snacking for some it's one whole meal. Flavored with a whole loads of spices its loved by everyone be it gol gappas, pao bhaji, chaat, vada pao, bhajjis or pakodas, or anything else everything is worth treating your taste buds. Delhi and Maharashtra is regarded as one of the most popular hub for street food. Delhi ki chaat, Mumbai ki pao bhaji no one comes back without trying these.

Some people have concerns about hygiene and eating in the open environment, all the points are valid but no branded food joints can match the taste and flavor of food dishes created by street food vendors. Talking about some of the street food

Bhalle of Lakhanpur of Jammu and Kashmir is famous for its lentil fried dumplings served with tangy chutneys garnished with shredded radish. As soon as you enter Lakhanpur you are filled with an aroma of bhalla chaat.

Punjabi chollay bhature needs no introduction, chickpeas cooked in Indian spices served with fried fermented dough bread is tummy-licious. Its an everyday snack in all the Punjabi households.

Aloo tikki shallow fried dumplings made from mashed potatoes served with spicy chutneys is served in different forms in various states from Delhi to Lucknow to Mumbai every way its lip smacking.

Tunday kebab as the name says a chef with one hand created this dish for dying toothless royal....epic story indeed. Kebab is regarded as the most relished cooking of Lucknow. Exceptionally soft and succulent meat is what makes it different!

Momos is regarded as the king of street food. Migrated from Nepal and Bhutan this dish has made a great mind blasting effect on our taste buds. No Indian Street is complete without a Momos vendor serving hot dumplings with spicy sauce. Even all the top specialty restaurants are serving it.

Puchkas the little mint bombs that are Puchkas in the city of joy Kolkata ,pani puri in Mumbai,and gol gappas that are served with a tangy water that are served on roadsides. No one can avoid having these spicy delights.

Chaat a colorful fusion of taste, is available in different forms-Sev Puri, Bhel Puri, Chaat Papdi, Bhalla Papdi Chaat all originated back in the Mughal era as they were equally keen of having something tangy.

Indian version of Chinese food is also popular in street food Chowmein, Spring Rolls, Chopsuey, chilli cheese and indian twist to it which is Chinese bhel is also famous.

The most famous royal dish that is Kachori from the land of Rajasthan is stuffed with a flavorful stuffing inside a crunchy roundel served with tangy chutneys. One longs for more once you trytang

Vada Pao from Aamchi Mumbai is spicy Vadas with fried green chillies served inside a soft Pao.No student or business man or any other person goes without having a visit to these stalls.

Gujarati snacks such as Dabeli, Khandvi, Dhokla, Khaman are extremely light snacks with subtle flavours.

Paddu or Ponganalu a smaller version of Dosa is famous south indian snack served on the streets. These taste the best with coconut chutney.

Whenever you get a chance do try few of the dishes!! SCRUMPTIOUS INDIAN STREET FOOD. Flavored with a whole loads of spices its loved by everyone be it gol gappas, pao bhaji, chaat, vada pao, bhajjis or pakodas, or anything else everything is worth treating your taste buds. Delhi and Maharashtra is regarded as one of the most popular hub for street food. Delhi ki chaat, Mumbai ki pao bhaji no one comes back without trying these.

Some people have concerns about hygiene and eating in the open environment, all the points are valid but no branded food joints can match the taste and flavor of food dishes created by street food vendors. Talking about some of the street food

Bhalle of Lakhanpur of Jammu and Kashmir is famous for its lentil fried dumplings served with tangy chutneys garnished with shredded radish. As soon as you enter Lakhanpur you are filled with an aroma of bhalla chaat.

Punjabi chollay bhature needs no introduction, chickpeas cooked in Indian spices served with fried fermented dough bread is tummy-licious. Its an everyday snack in all the Punjabi households.

Aloo tikki shallow fried dumplings made from mashed potatoes served with spicy chutneys is served in different forms in various states from Delhi to Lucknow to Mumbai every way its lip smacking.

Tunday kebab as the name says a chef with one hand created this dish for dying toothless royal....epic story indeed. Kebab is regarded as the most relished cooking of Lucknow. Exceptionally soft and succulent meat is what makes it different!

Momos is regarded as the king of street food. Migrated from Nepal and Bhutan this dish has made a great mind blasting effect on our taste buds. No Indian Street is complete without a Momos vendor serving hot dumplings with spicy sauce. Even all the top specialty restaurants are serving it.

Puchkas the little mint bombs that are Puchkas in the city of joy Kolkata ,pani puri in Mumbai,and gol gappas that are served with a tangy water that are served on roadsides. No one can avoid having these spicy delights.

Chaat a colorful fusion of taste, is available in different forms-Sev Puri, Bhel Puri, Chaat Papdi, Bhalla Papdi Chaat all originated back in the Mughal era as they were equally keen of having something tangy.

Indian version of Chinese food is also popular in street food Chowmein, Spring Rolls, Chopsuey, chilli cheese and indian twist to it which is Chinese bhel is also famous.

The most famous royal dish that is Kachori from the land of Rajasthan is stuffed with a flavorful stuffing inside a crunchy roundel served with tangy chutneys. One longs for more once you try it.

Vada Pao from Aamchi Mumbai is spicy Vadas with fried green chillies served inside a soft Pao.No student or business man or any other person goes without having a visit to these stalls.

Gujarati snacks such as Dabeli, Khandvi, Dhokla, Khaman are extremely light snacks with subtle flavours.

Paddu or Ponganalu a smaller version of Dosa is famous south indian snack served on the streets. These taste the best with coconut chutney.

Whenever you get a chance do try few of the dishes!!

 

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