Street Food Flavors: List of 7 Street Foods Famous Across India

In India, folks, those who love eating will surely swear by their love for street food. India is famous all over the globe for its lip smacking and mouth watering street food savories that you can find in every nook and corner of the country.

Here we have shortlisted a few of the best street dishes found across this subcontinent:

  1. Pav Bhaji and Vada Pav: With Mumbai offering you the best of these two different forms of a simple Bun or Pav, you can savor the both in various parts of our country. Pav Bhaji, butter toasted bun served with mouth licking bhaji is healthy and nutritious as well.
  2. Chole Bhature: For chole that is heavenly spicy and tasteful, you need to savor it with equally tasty bhature, famous in Delhi. The best you can find in Paharganj in Delhi and Amritsar in Punjab.
  3. Masala Dosa: A breakfast dish from southern India is now ruling the streets of the different part of our country and people love it. Be it in the form of a simple dosa or spicy Mysore dosa, you can now enjoy large varieties of dosa that the shop keepers can customize according to your requirements.
  4. Momos: looking for something from the east, you are welcomed by many small shopkeepers and momo wallas who prepare a variety of north-East Indian and Chinese food in a whip of time. Momos are a revolution in the street food world in Delhi, and you just do not have to limit your taste buds to steamed or fried ones, as Delhi offers you more than 25 different varieties of momos along various shops and restaurants.
  5. Kulcha: from Amritsar with love, Kulcha served with various pulses is famous for its warmth and taste and its best found where it came from, Amritsar. So, whenever you visit this place in Punjab, never forget to wrap yourself in the tasteful blanket of Amritsari Kulcha.
  6. Kachori: Hot Kachori filled with spices or potatoes, dal and onions are your best friend to take home and relish with the whole family for everyone loves this dish. Served with Chutney and spicy potato curry, kachori is loved in every form.
  7. Thupka: If you need to know about the benefits of Thupka, just ask a monk. They call it soup for the soul and you can get the best thupka from the top point of India, Leh, a high desert city in the Himalayas.

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