Street food is popular all over the world, be it a hot dog or pani puri. But nothing can beat the variety of street food in India. Simple yet exotic flavours makeIndian street fooddifferent and our all-time favorite. No matter where we are, be it a flea market, a mall or at Haldiram's, we always indulge in street food. No outing is ever complete without some chaat or egg rolls or pakode.
Here are a few delicious street food from all over India that you simply cannot say no.
Chhole bhature taste best when served hot, they areyummy and filing. The next time you have one, make sure you have built an appetite to do justice to this dish.
Assorted with curd, red and green chutney, namkeen and pomegranate seeds, aloo tikki is a must try. The explosion of flavours is a treat to your taste buds.
Batata vada neatly placed between buns with spicy powder and chutney is the secret of the amazing taste of this Indian burger.
The Marathi bhai of Delhi chaat papdi, dahi puri is the best way to soothe your palate. The semi puffed pooris with the sweetness of curd and tangy chutney is the perfectway to treat yourself.
A mixture of veggies with a few drops of lime to go with thepav dipped in butter is the most delicious way to indulge in Indian street food, especially in winters.
Also known as appe, ponganalu or paniyaram, this is a very famous South Indian dish. These shiny (rice batter) balls taste exactly like dosa, butwith a slighthint of sourness.
Made from maida, these deep fried kachoris come with different fillings: onion, peas, potato and dal. They taste delicious with pudina or imli chutney.
Jalebi and poha are famous throughout India, but the lip-smacking combination of these two tastes best on the streets of Indore.
Straight from the streets of Patna, litti chokha is made with sattu and can be enjoyed with aloo, baingan bharta and curd.
One of the most popular dishes from Karnatak cuisine, akki roti is made with rice flour and served with coconut or tomato chutney. The dressing of onions, tomatoes, carrots and green chilies give us the extra punch of flavours.