7 Famous Street Foods Of North India: Spice Up Your Life

30 April 24


Momos: New Delhi

Another example of how different culinary traditions have shaped the Indian palate is these well-known Tibetan dumplings, which are filled with meat or vegetables and served with a chilli sauce.

Pani Puri Or Golgappa: Uttar Pradesh/Bihar

The dish seemed a little hollow fried wheat shell filled with mashed potatoes spiced with herbs and served with water flavoured with tamarind or mint.

Samosa: Uttar Pradesh/Bihar

Made with all-purpose flour, samosas are filled with lentils, ginger, green chilies, onions, mashed potatoes, and green peas.

Kachori: Rajasthan

Fried pastry discs called kachori, a Rajasthani classic can be filled with lentils, potatoes, onions, or green peas. They are served with a rich tamarind chutney and topped with spices.

Kulche Chholey: Punjab

Chole kulche, a delectable dish that combines spicy and tangy chole with an all-purpose flour bread tossed in butter, is one that we Indians simply cannot resist.

Dahi Bhalla: Delhi

These are lentil fritters that are deep-fried, covered in a creamy yoghurt dip, and crowned with various sweet and spicy chutneys and spice powders.

Chhole Bhature

It combines the flavours of bhatura/puri, a deep-fried bread made from maida flour, and chana masala, which are spicy white chickpeas.

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