Wednesday, 4 October 2017

top ten Indian street food you have to eat now

Top ten Indian street food 

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1. Jalebis (Varanasi)





Gloriously sticky orange coils of deep-fried wheat flour soaked in sugar syrup. You can also find them across south Asia, the Middle East and east Africa.

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2. Imartis (Varanasi)Imartis are a bigger, stickier, and orangier version of the humble jalebi.
Imartis are a bigger, stickier, and orangier version of the humble jalebi.
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3. Kachori sabzi (Varanasi)

This traditional brunch snack is made by filling small dough balls with a spicy potato mash, but is delicious at any time of day.
This traditional brunch snack is made by filling small dough balls with a spicy potato mash, but is delicious at any time of day.
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4. Malaiyo (Varanasi)

A winter dessert peculiar to Vanarasi. Made with cardamom and pistachio, it tastes buttery but feels foamy on the tongue, and it's served in little clay pots which you smash on the ground when your meal is over.


5. Chura matar (Varanasi)

\An aromatic winter breakfast dish of beaten rice flakes with green peas and spices.
An aromatic winter breakfast dish of beaten rice flakes with green peas and spices.

6. Vada pav (Mumbai)

Spicy potato fritters in a bun, sold outside railway stations across Mumbai (and elsewhere in the Indian subcontinent).

Spicy potato fritters in a bun, sold outside railway stations across Mumbai (and elsewhere in the Indian subcontinent).


8. Pani puri (Mumbai)


Deep-fried hollow balls of puffed bread filled with tamarind water, chickpeas and spiced mashed potato. Pani puri is eaten all over south Asia.

Deep-fried hollow balls of puffed bread filled with tamarind water, chickpeas and spiced mashed potato. Pani puri is eaten all over south Asia.





9. Pav bhaji (Mumbai)

A bun served with a side of vegetables.
A bun served with a side of vegetables.

10. Idli vadas (Bangalore)



Idlis are steamed rice cakes (the one in the photograph is a "kottle idli", which was steamed in a banana or jackfruit leaf), and vadas are spicy savoury doughnuts, eaten across south India as a breakfast food.
Idlis are steamed rice cakes (the one in the photograph is a "kottle idli", which was steamed in a banana or jackfruit leaf), and vadas are spicy savoury doughnuts, eaten across south India as a breakfast food.


11. Benne dosas (Bangalore)