Food list for foodies :
Street food is the essence of Indian cuisine. These food taste best when scooped onto a paper plate or wrapped in foil and eaten standing up.
You cannot turn your back at the sight of these amazing delicacies.
So, here we list some of the blessed foods to try out to lift up your spirits:
I wonder who came up with the idea of golgappe?
But you got to agree that these oval crisp bread of golgappe with boiled mashed potato filling and spicy yet mouth-watering shots are the showstopper of the street food market.
As a real hardcore food-lover, we tend to go high over heels at the sight of a golgappa vendor. The tiny golgappa are poked with a hole then half stuffed with boiled-mashed potatoes and chickpeas, seasoned with spices and filled with flavoured water. Valentines day : meaning of love
You got to eat them fast, so that, golgappa remains crunchy and the spice-filled water will collapse into your mouth with the potatoes and chickpeas.
To be honest, golgappe are our national pride. It has always been the street winner. It is that one food that no one could say “no” to. So what are you waiting for? You got to try it now.
2. PAV BHAJI
Current mood: hungry! Then try Pav Bhaji.
The spicy bhaji served alongside butter laden pav melts away the heart of food lovers the way butter melts on masala pav. This explicitly palatable fast food consisting of vegetable curry served with buttered toasted bread roll makes our eyes pop out with hunger!
Pav Bhaji has an interesting history. It was originated as a late night food for textile mill workers in Mumbai. As its popularity grew, it is served in restaurants and simple hand carts throughout India. Who are You ? : how emotions work in your life ?
Today, its recipe includes potatoes, tomatoes, and peas, mashed up with spices and served with bread. It is simple and delicious. In fact, it is the most ordered dish on the menu which is enjoyed by folks of all ages.
3. ALOO TIKKI
Every time I visit street market major cravings arise as soon as my eyes are laid over ALOO TIKKI. This savoury dish prepared with an amazing blend of flavorful ingredients keeps us drooling over.
I get that it is a little bit too oily but ain’t there anything as satisfying as this food. Trust me!
The aloo tikki is deep-fried to perfection. It is stuffed with boiled mashed potatoes, mixed with fine chopped chilly, ginger, balanced spices. Later, it is served with the combination of tamarind and green chutney on top which is a perfect paradise for all tikki lovers. Letter : To desire from my heart!
So Crispy aloo tikki is the best cheat food to end your day with. Wink!
4. PANEER TIKKAS
Hail! All vegetarians.
This dish is a special dedication to all vegan as it is an alternative to Chicken Tikka and other non-veg dishes.
It’s a dish full of bliss!
The crispy chunks of cottage cheese are marinated with spices and then arranged on a stick with capsicum, onion, and tomatoes. These sticks are then grilled to perfection, seasoned with lemon juice and chaat masala. It is sometimes served with tamarind and green chutney.
There are so many variations to this dish. One of which, it can be served with gravy and it is called paneer tikka masala. Pizza Hut and Dominos’s serve paneer tikka as their toppings on their pizza. Subway offers paneer tikka sandwich and McDonald’s has a paneer tikka wrap on its menu. Life Quotes
This food is the delight of the day in the hustle bustle of our daily adventures.
Whenever we can’t decide where to go what to eat we go for chaat and love to have it anytime.
It is common around India with many variations of its own. In some parts of the country, it’s known as Papdi Chaat, Sev Puri, Aloo Chat, and Bhelpuri.
In papdi chaat, the vendor top each papdi with mashed boiled potatoes, chopped and salt, chaat masala. chopped green chillies, mint coriander chutney and chopped coriander. Then squeeze a bit of lemon juice. Food time
In sev puri, there are crisp, flat fried discs made from whole wheat flour served with sweet chutney, red chutney, sev, and boiled potatoes, chopped onions, and tomatoes.
Bhelpuri is made with puffed rice, tossed with vegetables and flavoured chutneys. It commonly consists of boiled potatoes diced onions and tomatoes. the mixture is then spiced with salt, chillies and chat masala.
Aloo Chaat is commonly deep fried potatoes served with coriander chutney and mixes spices added with a tinge of lemon juice.
These are super delicious and interesting evening snacks that we relish all the time.
There are dozens of street foods that you can try but this list of 5 is just a beginning. A start to the luscious street food adventure. So what are you waiting for? Pick your favourites and Enjoy your day.