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Pav Bhaji
Although a spicy fast food of Maharashtrian origin, you can find it in every corner of India, the pav bhaji consists of buttermilk roti (pav) and a thick vegetable curry (bhaji) served with sliced ​​onions and a slice of lemon. is. Ideal for breakfast.

Idli Sambar


This South Indian breakfast is a boiled fermented rice cake (idli) with a sour vegetable stew (sambar) and often with white coconut chutney. Well, it is found all over India, but it tastes best in the southern states of India. Real Cheap Light Breakfast.

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Chole Bhature


It is a typical Punjabi snack in which a thick curry of forgetful fried roti (bhature) and chole (chickpeas) is widely available as street food across the country, especially in the northern parts.

Indian Masala
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Samosa


Appetizers / snacks popular in India are served at tea time. A fried or baked triangular breakfast made with potato and pea stuffing, served with peppermint or tomato sauce.

golgappas
Small crispy hollow round bread filled with spicy water, tamarind paste, potato, onion and chickpeas. It is small enough to fit perfectly in the mouth and is available all over India by various names like Puchka in West Bengal. The most popular modification is to add a little whiskey or rum instead of spicy water and the taste goes out of the world.

Bhelpuri


Puffed rice fried with vegetables, spiced and spiced in tamarind sauce with chopped onions and green chillies. It is a famous tea-time snack found throughout India.

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Vada Pav

Wada
It is an Indian version of donut which is a South Indian snack staple made from a donut-shaped fried dal or flour solution. Usually eaten with chutney and is famous in Mumbai.

Dhokla


A snack / snack from Gujarat, made with fermented rice and chickpea solution. Although it is found in most parts of India, it is the best in Gujarat.

Chicken hanging around at Mohammed Ali Road famous during Ramzan period
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Kebab


There are many different varieties available in kebab which is basically a meat threaded on a skewer. Any type of meat can be used with vegetables or cheese cubes. Typical vegetables include tomatoes, capsicum, onions and mushrooms.

Cut Rolls


A traditional wrap of kebabs, eggs, vegetables and spices is rolled into a paratha (a type of flat bread). It is usually enough to skip one meal.

Chaat Papdi


Crunchy, fried wafers are served with boiled potatoes, boiled peas, peppers, yogurt, tamarind chutney and many spices.

Navratri special - Sabudana vada from Maharashtra
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Onion Kachori


A popular breakfast or evening snack found in North India, it is deep fried and filled with onion, potato with mint sauce.

Mawa Kachori


Serve by sprinkling icing sugar over deep fried dry fruit stuffed kachoris. These are special dishes of Rajasthan and are found there. Make sure not to miss them on your trip to Jaipur / Jodhpur / Udaipur.

Mirchi Vada


Rajasthan's popular spicy street snack consisting of spiced potato filling and large green chilli stuffed with deep fry. Jodhpur is the best place to eat Mirchi Vada.

Kachori / Bedai


Famous morning breakfast of North Indians especially in Delhi and Agra region. Kachori is always filled with some kind of stuffing, usually potatoes while the parting is empty from the inside. To eat with potato vegetable.

Dahi Vada


Dahi vada is dal pakoras dipped in curd and topped with spicy salted tamarind chutney. These are great as a side dish to be served as a formal dinner, appetizer or chaat.

Pickles


Although an adjunct to enhance flavor, Indian pickles contain a large number of pickled fruits and vegetables that are acidified with lemon or lime juice, or are capable of the addition of mango salt through lactic acid fermentation. Pickles have various combinations of Indian spices and often oil to preserve them for a long time. Available all over India.

Indian Spices
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Chutney
In India, chutney refers to any spice, although the U.S. In it, it is generally known as sweet mango chutney. This mango chutney recipe is both sweet and spicy. Usually served with main dishes or with papadam - a thin, crisp Indian cracker. Available all over India.

Papadam
Also known as papad in northern India, it is a thin, crunchy disc-shaped Indian food, usually based on a seasoned flour made of black gram (urad flour), which is fried or dried. Cooked in heat. Papad is usually served with food in India, or as an appetizer or snack, sometimes with toppings such as sliced ​​onions, chopped carrots, chutneys or other dips and spices. Mostly available in North India.