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Dear Foodies, Here's Your Ultimate Guide To Indian Street Food – Part I

The first time I saw it, I couldn't believe something could be so fantastic and utterly delicious. Like the smell of rain on a dry summer day!

I was completely smitten and in love! And I still am.

What am I talking about?

Street Food, of course!

Ultimate Guide To Indian Street Food – Part I© Pexels

How different would our lives be if we did not have food? What would you have fantasized about in office? Or debated about? Or plan your whole day, nay, life around?

India is famous for its varied spices and its culinary expertise all over the world.

Ultimate Guide To Indian Street Food – Part I© Pexels

India's diversity is omnipresent; it is legendary and flavoursome at the same time; be it its dialects, people or its marvellous food which changes from region to region.

Ultimate Guide To Indian Street Food – Part I© Pexels

If you want to experience India, you need to start from its humble beginnings, and what better way to explore it than food?

India's deep-rooted traditions are echoed in its food, in its inimitable taste.

What is unique about us is that this taste is readily available on the streets of our country.

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Hello, my love. We meet again. #phuchka

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Walking along the road, you can see the streets laden with small eateries and thelas all calling out to the gourmand inside you, to have a taste of life. You also see the tireless hands which prepare the food, just to make ends meet.

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Mirchi Time #evenings #roadside #eataries #mirchibajji #beingprepared #spicy #SouthIndian #spicyfood #indian #telangana #timepass #ig_telangana #igersindia #igershyd #ig_hyderabad #Miryalaguda #nalgonda #RBP45

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As much as you might love fine dining and all-you-can-eat buffets there is nothing greater than the joy of biting into a scrumptious piece of pakora or revel in the magic of the roadside bhelpuri.

Ultimate Guide To Indian Street Food – Part I© Unsplash

The mesmerizing sights of the cart laden with goodies and the tantalizing smells are enough to put your senses on a gastronomical journey!

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Pakora or samosa? ð . ð· @delhi_eats . Follow @foodchoiceofmumbai for more amazing pictures. . #samosa #pakoda #mumbaifoodie #pakora #itz_mumbai #munchymumbai #achaar #puri #nashta #indianbreakfast #snack#foodofmumbai #mymumbai #mumbaifoodjunkie #nelwindcruz #thecrazyindianfoodie #mumbaimerijaan #foodiesofindia #homeforhungry #things2doinmumbai #eatthis #indianfoodbloggers

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Watching the aloo tikki sizzle in the pan, or the juices envelop the tikki or the blast of colour it exudes when the plate is finally presented to you is enough to make your mouth water. Even thinking about it is making me hungry!

What's the most intriguing part of street food other than the taste? The cost!

Remember, it is always better to look for a good enough stall with acceptable hygiene when you opt to eat street food.

Here is a list of some of the most popular street foods found across India:

1. The Mysore Masala Dosa:

Origin: Mysore, Karnataka

Masala Dosa is a delectable delicacy. To experience the heavenly taste of how fantastic a Masala Dosa can be you must try the Mysore Masala Dosa.

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Crispy crunchy Mysore Masala Dose topped with a dollop of home made butter and paired with chutney and sambar... Monday morning started right .. isn't it ð ?? .... .... #smithakalluraya #dosa #masaladosa #idli #idly #southindianfood #southindianbreakfast #mysoremasaladosa #indianfood #indiancuisine #indianrecipes #indianfoodtales #indianbreakfast #breakfasttime #bangalorefoodies #foodshots #foodphotography #foodpic #chennaifoodie #foodiesofindia #indianfoodblogger #foodphoto #bangalorefoodblogger #bangalorefoodies #indianfoodieez #indiancooking #foodiesofindia #foodmaniacindia #foodtalkindia

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Much spicier than its counterpart, the Masala Dosa, the defining factor is the inclusion of a red chutney made of chillies, garlic and onions slathered on the dosa, along with a generous helping of the masala (potato filling) and a dollop of butter. Sheer brilliance served on the lanes of majestic Mysore.

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Mysore masala dosa when in Mysore! Dosas in their home are different from what we eat in North. They are thicker and served mostly with chutney only. Just look at buttery glaze on this one..ð âââââââââââââ #mysuru #mysore #dosa #southindianfood #kannada #udupi #mysorefoodie #mysoreeats #banglorefood #agra #southindian #northinsouth #asiafood #streetfoodindia #likeforlikes #deliciousfood #yummyinmytummy #foodporn #foodgasm #indiafood #pizzahogger

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Iconic Eatery: Hotel Mylari, Mysore

2. Phuchka:

Origin: Kolkata, West Bengal

The pure joy of eating a phuchka is incomparable. Much tastier, snazzier and irresistible than its cousins: pani puri and gupchup, it comes in a bigger, crispier puri and is the undisputed king of the cuisine. (If you don't believe me, you can ask Vir Sanghvi :P)

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True love â¤ï¸ð§¡ððð • Where's your go to phuchka guy? • Photo by @rahul.arora.1982 • Want to get featured? Use #tasteofcalcutta or tag us in your photosðð·And follow us on Facebook and Twitterð©ð½‍ð»ð¨ð¾‍ð» • #tasteofcalcutta #calcuttafood #calcuttafoodie #storiesofkolkata #ourcitykolkata #cal_calling #calcutta #kolkata #instafood #instayum #kolkatadiaries #nomnom #kolkatagram #foodtalkindia #zomatoin #kolkatablogger #calcuttadiaries #calcuttacacophony #kolkatafood #kolkata_igers #sokolkata #onlyinbengal #ig_calcutta #desi_diaries #igfood #kolkatastreets #kolkatastreet #kolkatastreetfood #phuchka

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The real taste lies in the filling of the phuchka and the tetul (tamarind) jol: the tangy aloo filling with Bengal gram and rock salt makes all the difference.

Tok, jhal, mishti in a single mouthful.

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Will you still call it Pani puri if you subtract Pani from the equation? Tell us in comments about some of the craziest combinations you have tried. The most interesting Phuchka combinations stand a chance to win Uber Eats Swag! #UberEatsIndia #kolkata #ubereats #phuchka

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(Don't fight me on this because you are wrong.)

Iconic Eatery: Any place in Kolkata

3. Pav Bhaji:

Origin: Mumbai, Maharashtra

Mumbai's fabulous concoction of different kinds of vegetables coerced into a curry, served with buttered pav and lots of extra butter is a foodie's delight served on a platter.

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Butter pav bhaji 𤤠. ð· @nelznelwin . Follow @foodchoiceofmumbai for more amazing pictures. . #Pavbhaji #butter #dish #itz_mumbai #foodofmumbai #mumbaifoodie #mymumbai #delicious #mumbaifoodjunkie #nelwindcruz #thecrazyindianfoodie #mumbaimerijaan #foodiesofindia #homeforhungry #maharashtrian #things2doinmumbai #mumbaikar #mumbaifoodlovers #lbb #trellingfood #eatthis #indianfoodbloggers #foodchoiceofmumbai

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The beauty of the dish lies in its thick brownish red curry and the buttery goodness it exudes. A smattering of lemon-soaked onions on top is another discerning quality of this Maharashtrian gem.

Though different iterations of the dish can be found all over India, the best is found on the streets of Mumbai.

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Sardar pav bhaji 𤤠. ð· @gastronomicjournal . Follow @foodchoiceofmumbai for more amazing pictures. . #Pavbhaji #butter #dish #itz_mumbai #munchymumbai #foodofmumbai #mumbaifoodie #mymumbai #delicious #mumbaifoodjunkie #nelwindcruz #thecrazyindianfoodie #mumbaimerijaan #foodiesofindia #homeforhungry #maharashtrian #things2doinmumbai #mumbaikar #mumbaifoodlovers #lbb #trellingfood #eatthis #indianfoodbloggers #foodchoiceofmumbai

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Iconic Eater: Juhu Chowpatty, Mumbai (and nearly every other thela :P)

4. Garadu:

Origin: Indore, Madhya Pradesh

Nothing better to counter the bleak winters than some Garadu. This dish is a famous delicacy from Indore, Madhya Pradesh. You could never imagine that yams could be so delicious!

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The best part of the short Indore- Mandu- Ujjain- Maheshwar trip was undoubtedly the food. It may have to do with the fact that both of us are bhukkads of the worst or the best kind depending on your perspective. So sarafa bazar was our Disneyland! No wonder then that as I begin my onslaught of the trip pics (which fair warning may go on for a month) I decided to start from sarafa's treasures. This here is called "Garadu" which is a dish made from the root named Garadu which Google tells me is yam. This is deep fried so goes without saying is delicious. The chacha lovingly sprinkles his magic dust on it which is a mix of spices and his blood and sweat (not literally). This is perfect food on a cold night and breaks the sweet taste which predominantly coats ones tongue at Indore #garadu #sarafa #sarafabazar #indore #hindustankadil #indorestreetfood #foodies #foodphotography #streetfood #indianstreetfood #deepfried #bhukkad #mobilephotography #pixel2photography #pixel2 #google #nofilter #punetimes #pune_ig #india_ig #madhyapradeshtourism #madhyapradesh_ig #mpdiaries #indorediaries #indianfood #yam #thearchivalcollection #streetsofindia #hindustankadildekho

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Madhya Pradesh is quite famous for its chaat but its ultimate crowning glory is in the garadu.

Small, deep-fried, cubed pieces of boiled yams slathered with garadu masala; a tasty respite from the cold.

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Iconic Eatery: Sarafa Bazar, Indore

5. Kochuri Aar Aalur Torkari:

Origin: Kolkata, West Bengal

A match made in culinary heaven.

Kochuri and Aalur Torkari is just as decadent an affair as between Romeo and Juliet.

The round, pristine kochuri made of maida, fried in oil/ghee and served piping hot with a spicy potato gravy which makes your soul come alive.

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Weekend breakfasts need to be exciting. How about some club Kachori with aloo subzi ? . . . . . . . #thegreatindianfoodie #dillifoodies #vforveggie #bigtimefoodie #thedesihoggers #a_pinch_ofsalt #foodmaniacindia #foodflashindia #trellingfood #desidiaries_food #indianfoodtrail #FoodAddaIndia #foodbossindia #foodaholic #indianfoodblogging #kochuri #sharmateastall #streetfood #instagood #food #foodstagram #foodbloggers #nomnom #foodgasm #cleaneating #foodphotography #foodpics #homecooking #foodlove #foodporn

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What you need to remember is that “Kochuri” and “Kachori” are two different things. The latter doesn't have the exquisiteness of the former.

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The most wanted food in winter for the Bongs- Koraisutir Kochuri ( fried bread with mild and sweet green peas stuffing), Hing diye aloo motorer torkari (spiced potato curry with green peas and asafoetida ) , Nolen gur diye sujir halwa ( semolina cooked with milk and jaggery)ððâ¤ï¸â¤ï¸â¤ï¸â¤ï¸â¤ï¸. #koraishutirkochuri #kochuri #foods #foodies #foodphotography #foodpassion #foodporn #foodgasm #keepcooking #keepeating #bengalifoodblogger #bengalifood #bengalicuisines #sokolkata #kolkatabuzz #kolkatafoodlovers #kolkatafoodblogger #kolkatafood #kolkatafoodies #betterbutter #_betterbutter_ #bbcgoodfood #bongfood #buzzfeedfood #goodfoodindia

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There are many versions of the kochuri where the fillings differ: Chattu (Sattu), Koraisuti (Geen Peas) or Hing (Asafetida) but the aalu is constant. Each one is delicious in its own right.

A perfect breakfast companion!

Iconic Eatery: Maharaja OR Maharani, Kolkata

6. Vada Pav:

Origin: Mumbai, Maharashtra

Aamchi Mumbai's answer to the Burger, the delicious Vada pav is unparalleled in its taste and its simplicity. A fried potato patty inside pav, smeared with green and tamarind chutney is a slice of heaven in your mouth.

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Mumbai ki jaan ð¯ð . ð· @lady.epicurean . Follow @foodchoiceofmumbai for more amazing pictures. . #vadapav #mumbai #mumbaistreet #delhistreet #streetfood #itz_mumbai #munchymumbai #achaar #puri #nashta #indianbreakfast #snack#foodofmumbai #mumbaifoodie #mymumbai #mumbaifoodjunkie #nelwindcruz #thecrazyindianfoodie #mumbaimerijaan #foodiesofindia #homeforhungry #things2doinmumbai #eatthis #indianfoodbloggers

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You may have all the burgers in the world but the humble vada pav trumps them, always.

Also, the batata vada is heavenly, a must-have separately.

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Mumbai's Garma Garam Vada Pav ð¤¤ð . ð· @thefoodattacker . Follow @foodchoiceofmumbai for more amazing pictures. . #vadapav #mumbai #mumbaistreet #delhistreet #streetfood #itz_mumbai #munchymumbai #achaar #puri #nashta #indianbreakfast #snack#foodofmumbai #mumbaifoodie #mymumbai #mumbaifoodjunkie #nelwindcruz #thecrazyindianfoodie #mumbaimerijaan #foodiesofindia #homeforhungry #things2doinmumbai #eatthis #indianfoodbloggers

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Iconic Eatery: Ashok Vada Pav; Graduate Vada Pav. Mumbai

7. Jigarthanda:

Origin: Madurai, Tamil Nadu

A refreshing drink found in the bylanes of Madurai and as the name suggests, it surely cools your “jigar”. A blend of ice-cream, sarsaparilla root syrup, almond gum, dry fruits, milk and sugar which provides the much-needed respite from the hot summers.

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Start your day with some delicious Jigarthanda from Murugan Idli Shop, in Chennai. ð . . . . #MuruganIdliShop #Jigarthanda #Dessert

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Iconic Eatery: Murugan Idli Shop, Madurai

8. Chole Bhature:

Origin: Delhi/ North India

Can anything even come close to the deliciousness of hot bhature served with a spicy gravy of chole, with a pickled mirchi and some raw onion? The answer is no!

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Hot, greasy bhature are the best comfort food when you are feeling low. The sight of the bhatura filling up with air when fried is sure to lift your spirits!

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I know its norm for many families to eat out for weekend Breakfast or brunch. Whats ur family norm for breakfast? Home cooked or From outside ? About Post: Had this this from Gupta Sweet and Namkeen in Punjabi Bagh. The good thing about this plate of Chole bhature was the quality of oil used to cook, Bhature were not at all oily and the chole were soft and not stuffed with lots of spices and chillies. Just about right. Price : Rs60 per Plate. Rating : 4/5 Pic by @dillifoodies . . #dillifoodies #cholebhature #teampixel #weekend #breakfast #food

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Iconic Eatery: Sitaram Diwanchand, Delhi

9. Momos:

Origin: Tibetean (Predominantly) / North and North East India

Every college goer's first love: Momos! 

These little pockets of happiness not only fill your stomach but also your soul. Best thing? Its economic supremacy.

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We love pan fried crispy momosð¥ð¥Where do you go for momos? This corner place on Bidhan Sarani is called Hungry Monkzzz, right opposite Khudiram Bose College!𧡠• Clicked and vouched by @srijita.datta.9 • Follow @tasteofcalcutta and share your photos by using #TasteOfCalcutta or by tagging us in your photos to get featured ðð· • #TasteOfCalcutta #calcuttafood #calcuttafoodie #storiesofkolkata #ourcitykolkata #cal_calling #calcutta #kolkata #kolkatadiaries #kolkatagram #kolkatablogger #calcuttadiaries #calcuttacacophony #kolkatafood #kolkata_igers #sokolkata #onlyinbengal #ig_calcutta #desi_diaries #kolkatafoodie #kolkatafoodies #kolkatafoodbloggers #kolkatafoodscene #calcuttafoodiesclub

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Fried, steamed, in a soup, or tandoori, whichever way you like it, momos are unquestionably the cheapest and tastiest way to satiate a ravenous hunger. The momo chutney is another wonder to look forward to.

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The debate between which version of it is better will always be there but one thing is certain: they are tasty and will always remain so!

10. Aloo Tikiya Chaat:

Origin: Uttar Pradesh

Also known as ragda pattice (the Bombay term), the aloo tikki chaat is the king of street food.

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Now serving Mumbai's famous street food 'Ragda Pattice' #madhavrao #maharashtrian #mumbaistreets #streetfood #ragdapatties #indiansnack #ragdapattice #yummy #ahmedabad #restaurant #ahmedabadfoodie #foodinahmedabad #musthavefood #indianfood #masala

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The taste, the flavours, the presentation, the myriad colours all come together to make it one of the most marvellous street foods of all time. The first bite into the aloo tikki with just the right amount of chana/chole gravy and spiced dahi makes you forget the world you live in.

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The aloo tikki in itself is another delicious treat!

Iconic Eatery: Juhu Chowpatty, Mumbai; Chandni Chowk, Delhi

11. Tunday Kabab:

Origin: Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh

As regal as its city of origin, this Awadhi dish, made of meat and nearly 160 ground spices, is a must-have for a foodie. The charred taste of the cured, marinated meat is one of the most astute essences of this particular dish, which lends a special flavour to it.

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Lucknow's Tunday Kabab is believed to be established in 1905 by Haji Murad Ali. Even today in the narrow gullies in the old area of Lucknow, the kabab is made in the same old way with a blend of spices in the traditonal way. Which is your favourite place in Lucknow? #TSLucknow . . . DM/Tag #talkingstreet to get featured . . . ð·: The better India . . #Lucknow #tunday #kabab #today #narrow #gullies #oldarea #lucknow #spices #traditional #old #area ##SundayFunday #SinDay #SundayFunday #SundayRead #SpotlightSunday #WeekendVibes #SundaySweets #SundaySpecial #urbex #streetshared #aov #weekly_feature #createexploretakeover #shotzdelight #mkexplore #gearednomad #rsa_streetview #liveauthentic #foodbeast #eeeeeats #eatfamous #feedfeed #dailyfoodfeed #onthetable #lifeandthyme #f52grams #tastingtable #huffposttaste #incredibleindia #photographers_of_india #indiagram #storiesofindia #indiaclicks #lucknow #india #TalkingStreet

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A single bite is sure to make you go crazy for these. The best tunday kabab can be found in Tunday Kababi in Old Lucknow, where it is known to have originated, where the one-armed cook Haji-Murad Ali first set up shop.

Iconic Eatery: Tunday Kababi, Chawk Area, Old Lucknow (Est. 1905)

12. Bonda:

Origin: Mysore/Bengaluru, Karnataka

As you walk along the crowded roads of Bangalore, a delicious smell of deep-fried food wafts in the air and you just can't walk away from it.

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Preparing Mini bonda's for bonda soupð Soak urad Dal for 3hrs or more, grind to smooth paste , to this add peppercorn,ginger, finely chopped curry leaf,tspn of rice flour (optional),cumin and salt to taste.Mix well and deep fry them. In a bowl add few bonda's add hot lentil soup and enjoy ð . . #bonda #bondasoup #deepfried #breakfasttime #proteinrich #nutritious #cleaneating #cleancooking #yummy #tasty #delicious #foodphotography #foodiesofbangalore #food #foodporn #foodgasm #foodtalkindia #indianfood #eeeeeats #nomnom #buzzfeedfood #likes4like #instafood #instagood #myblr

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Found nearly in every other gully, the bonda is a fritter made from the dosa batter; small, crispy, nearly round balls of deep-fried goodness. The beauty is in the shape of the bonda; talk about being imperfectly perfect!

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13. Galouti Kebab:

Origin: Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh

These melt-in-the-mouth flavorful kebabs are the cousins of the Tunday Kabab, it is said to have been made especially for the toothless nawab, Asa-ud Daula. As he couldn't bite into the meat, all thanks to his nearly non-existent teeth, the cooks prepared a different version of the meat kebabs and a legend was born!

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Galauti kebabs need we say more !!!?? #mutton #galautikebab #lambkebabs #kebabs #eatpraylove #lucknowfoodbloggers #lucknowistreetfood #goodfoodgoodtimes #lucknow_igers #uttarpradeshdiaries #instakebab #muttonlover #caloriefood #eatingfortheinsta #foodporn #nonvegfood #flavoursoflucknow #comfortfood #eatwellbewell #cuisinesworld

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Vegetarians don't be disheartened because its vegetarian versions are also available.

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Sardi ka mausam aur garma garam Galauti khaane ka mazaa hi kuch aur hai . . I find the #Galautis at #Rajinderkadhaba one of the best. Even on a week day the place is totally crowded and the concept of eating in the open in winters make it so much fun... #delhidiaries#delhicuisine#dhaba#delhigram#delhite#delhincr#saddidilli#vscocam#vscofood#foodohotography#foodpic#foodforsoul#foodgram#foodgasm#foodcoma#like4like#likeforlike#likeforfollow#like4likealways#tagsforlikes#dhabafood#instapic#instalike#mughlaifood#streetfood#galautikebab#dillikakhana#winterfood

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Iconic Eatery: Tunday Kababi, Chawk Area, Old Lucknow (Est. 1905)

14. Chowmein:

Origin: Kolkata, West Bengal

The Indian version of the Chinese stir-fried noodles is a must-have and is easily available all across the country, served on thelas, with a high flame atop which sits the wok, in which the cook sautés the noodles, the veggies and chicken/mutton/egg in rapid motions adding chilli, tomato and soya sauce. A beautiful sight to behold.

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In fact, our tongues have become so accustomed to the Indo-Chinese chowmein that authentic noodles at a Chinese restaurant does not compare to its street counterpart and seems bland.

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Veg Oriental Hakka (wok tossed fresh noodles with vegetables and black pepper) Price - â¹170 + GST Dishes tried: - Thai Chicken Salad - Drums of Heaven - Chicken Steamed Momo - Chicken Lat Me Kai - General Tao's Favourite Chicken - Tausi Fish - Veg Hakka Noodles - Veg Hunan Rice - Darsan with Icecream Located at Ballygunge, Mamasan is a casual dining restaurant serving Pan Asian cuisine at a comfortable pricing. The menu at Mamasan encompasses Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Malaysian and Thai delicacies. Most of the dishes have a vegetarian and a non-vegetarian version which is great for a city like Kolkata where there is a fairly large vegetarian population as well. The restaurant has a simple and beautiful ambience and is also moderately spacious. Each dish is prepared using fresh ingredients to maintain the quality. It is an ideal place for people who are fond of or are interested to try out authentic Asian cuisine. The staff here is kind and always on their toes. Much Recommendedð P.S. The portions of the main course are quite large, so order wisely!! ................................................................................... Follow @KolkataFoodLovers if you liked this postâ¤ï¸ . . #food #foodie #foodstory #foodgasm #foodlover #likeforfood #foodporn #instafood #instafoodie #loveforfood #foodpic #followforfood #foodstagram #nomnom #yummyinmytummy #foodforlife #goodfood #breakfast #lunch #dinner #noodles #foodinfluencer #chowmein #asian #vegetarian #nonvegetarian #streetfood #bonappetit #kolkatadiaries #kolkatafoodlovers

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15. Kabiraji:

Origin: Kolkata, West Bengal

Kabiraji is one of the most iconic of Kolkata's street foods. It gets its name from the covering of egg that envelopes the chicken/fish cutlet. Kabiraji is the nearest Bangla term for the English word “coverage”.

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A staple in college canteens, it is one of the most delicious items you may have ever tasted. Served with kasundi (mustard sauce) and ketchup, it stands out courtesy of its beautiful shape and crispy texture. The juicy cutlet and the flaky egg exterior leave you wanting for more.

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As our team attends the @fabellechocolates Food Food awards, East at JW Marriott today, let's take a look at some of the iconic eateries of CALCUTTA. Mitra cafe, ladies and gentleman. Photo courtesy: @soumyajit.calcutta Feature selected by @deckle_edge Keep following us for such interesting pictures and tagging #ig_Calcutta on your beautiful pictures. - Team Calcutta Instagrammers . . . #foodie #foodporn #calcuttafood #Kobiraji #kolkata #nostalgia

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Iconic Eatery: Mitra Café, Kolkata

16. Bhel:

Origin: Mumbai, Maharashtra

Puffed rice has never been better. Puri, papdi, puffed rice, green chutney, tamarind sauce, sev all come together to make one of the easiest and best chaats out there. Easy on the pocket and delightfully tasty.

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17. Laksa:

Origin: Assam

A hearty soup from Assam, made from rice noodles steeped in a broth of tamarind paste, coconut milk, fish paste and spices along with chicken or fish. A popular staple in the street food of Assam, it is as mouth-watering as it is comforting.

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The sight and smells of assam laksa. So tangy, sourish, not overly fishy. It was thick and rich in delightful tamarind fllavors. The more you eat, the more you want it. So addictive. #assamlaksa #jiaklocal #lunchwithfriends #igers #hungrygowhere #burpple #8dayseat #sgig #instagood #instafoodsg #photographers #photooftheday #foodphotography #bestfoodphoto #singaporeinsiders #eatoutsg #tagsforlikes #tastesocietysg #bloggers #madaboutsingapore2018 #thefoodjournalsg #topsingaporerestaurants #penangseafoodrestaurantsg

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18. Raj Kachori:

Origin: Bikaner, Rajasthan

Rajasthan is majestic and so is its food. The Raj Kachori is one such example: delightful chaat comprising of a humungous kachori overflowing with aloo chaat, yoghurt, different types of sauces and chutneys and finished off with some boondi.

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A mammoth culinary indulgence, a taste explosion and a sensory foodgasm all in one mouthful.

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The royal, rich and splendid Raj Kachori from @haldiramindia is one of my favorite Indian Chaats. Take a bite in and savor the flavor. . . #shotononeplus . . #indianchaat #rajkachori #haldirams #desichaat #foodporn #picoftheday #igersofindis #sodelhi #plixxoxajio #delhifoodie #delhistreetfood #ndtvfood #foodnetwork #popxoinfluencer #ifoundawesome #nomnom24x7 #foodphotography @oneplus #plixxoinfluencer @oneplus_india @zomatoin @vsco @vscoindia.co @thisisinsiderfood @food52 @zomatogold @popxoyum @plixxo @ndtv_food @foodtalkindia @swiggyindia @foodpandaindia @weareinfluencenetwork @rha_india @foodbloggerai @foodnetwork @food52

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19. Appe (Paniyaram):

Origin: Kerala

Kerala's love affair with appe is quite a well-known one. This healthier version of the bonda is made of nearly the same batter as dosa/idli, but the twist is that these are steamed and not fried.

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Paniyarams for breakfast?? While idlis,dosas, poha and upma are our staple quick off breakfasts, on the mornings I do wake up a lil bit early, it's paniyarams or uttapams for us, only because I like them cooked optimally so they stay crispy and soft at the same time ð¬. As always I've added some vegetables to the mix and given a tadka of mustard seeds, curry leaves to the batter. Green chutney and podi to go along with it because not enough time to scrape the coconut ðð. Have a good day peeps!! . . . . . . . #hungrygypsies #southindianfood #breakfast #homemadefood #indianfood

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Crunchy on the outside but soft and spongy on the inside, along with coconut chutney is as simple a delight as there can be.

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Too tempted for some Masala Paniyaram / Appe today . * Tag a South Indian Foodie * . . . . . ð· @binjalsvegkitchen #mumbai #mumbaifood #food #foodindia #foodtalkindia #foodtalks #southindianfood #appe #paniyaram #idli #dosa #mumbaibreakfast #breakfastfood #breakfast #healthylifestyle #healthyfood #foodblogger #foodblogmumbai #foodblog

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20. Mirchi Bajji:

Origin: Hyderabad, Telangana

Hyderabad's version of the mirchi pakoda is a spicier version of the Rajasthan one. Deep fried, in a batter of besan and spices, the mirchi is stuffed with a special masala mainly consisting of tamarind pulp and a selection of spices.

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The crispy bajji pairs extremely well with hot chai. A go-to every rainy day. You won't find it difficult to locate a shop selling these because every other lane boasts of the best bajjis in town.

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21. Kulcha:

Origin: Amritsar, Punjab

Mildly leavened bread either stuffed/not stuffed (traditionally not), depending on your palate, this delicacy from Punjab goes well with curries and gravies.

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Amristari Kulche are quite popular with the flaky exterior doused with butter. If you go for the stuffed type, ranging from paneer to keema, the kulcha becomes more phenomenal.

Amritsar is flooded with shops which sell superb kulchas with a variety of fillings and gravies to accompany!

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The taste of the tandoor is a bonus, the smoky flavour of the tandoor adds a charm to the already fantastic dish.

Another variety can be found in Hyderabad where it is known as sheermaal.

22. Chhena Poda:

Origin: Nayagarh, Orissa

India's own cheesecake. It literally means burnt cheese, which is exactly what it is: a sweet cheese with a charred covering outside and a soft, delicate inside.

Said to be one of Bhagawan Jagannath's favourite sweets, this sweetmeat is prepared by baking kneaded cottage cheese or cheese curd (made from curdled milk) and sugar with dry fruits and cardamom powder until the sugar caramelizes completely, giving a roasted, golden-brown covering to the final product. Hours and hours of baking turns humble cheese into a beatific, surreal dessert worth tasting (and worth the wait). As the adage goes, good things take time!

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What is intriguing is that this sweet was invented by accident when a local confectioner added sugar and other seasonings to leftover milk cheese curds and left it in a warm oven, only to find a dessert in its place when he came back!

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Chhena Podað Odisha's very own cheesecake! Odisha is known for its hospitality and warm-hearted people. When you are in Odisha's famous tourist site Puri, you can not miss out on the opportunity to treat your sweet tooth. This Pilgrim Town has a lot to offer beyond beaches. The one sweet that Odisha is famous for - Chhena Poda, also known to be Lord Jagannath's favourite sweet and is often offered to him at the Puri Temple. Chhena Poda is made of cheese, sugar, cashew, cardamoms and raisins. All the items are mixed well and then wrapped in the leaves of the Sal tree and baked in a charcoal oven for several hours until it becomes red and the caramelised sugar brings out the distinct flavour of Chhena Poda. It is believed that the origin of Chhena Poda is in Nayagarh district of Odisha during the first half of 20th century. The lingering taste of burnt home-made cottage cheese and semolina combined with sugar syrup simply blows away your mind. Being sold in almost every nook and corner, this dish is simple, easy and absolutely delicious. . . Pic Courtesy @chickensoupfortummy ................................................................................... Follow @KolkataFoodLovers if you liked this postâ¤ï¸ . . #food #foodie #foodgasm #foodlover #likeforfood #foodporn #instafood #instafoodie #loveforfood #foodpic #followforfood #foodstagram #nomnom #yummyinmytummy #desifood #goodfood #breakfast #lunch #dinner #odisha #chhenapoda #foodinfluencer #indianfoodie #indianfood #vegetarian #nonvegetarian #streetfood #bonappetit #kolkatadiaries #kolkatafoodlovers

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Found nearly all over Orissa, in confectionaries and street-side thelas, this dessert is a must-have the next time you visit Orissa.

23. Litti Chokha:

Origin: Bihar/Jharkhand/Uttar Pradesh

Sattu stuffed balls of gluttonous genius.

Whole wheat flour is shaped into balls which are stuffed with sattu, onions, coriander, ginger, garlic and spices and then roasted over coal/wood/cow dung cakes fire. 

The finale comes in the form of dunking the litti in desi ghee. Ah, marvellous!

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The chokha is the accompaniment of this ghee-soaked wonder, made of either roasted and mashed brinjal with spices or a similar preparation of potato.

The best version (according to me) however is litti served with a chicken korma or a creamy mutton gravy. Dunk away!  

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True a “lit” dish. :P

24. Tarri Poha:

Origin: Nagpur, Maharashtra

Nagpur is known for its fiery and spicy Saoji cuisine which quite literally sets your tongue on fire. 

Tarri Poha is a variety of Poha in which a “tarri” which roughly translates to gravy is poured over the poha, and that is what makes this such an iconic dish.

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Isn't that Tempting? 𤤠. ð We had this yummy tarri poha at saoji poha near ravi square & it was one hell of a spicy poha which we had ð¥ . ð This was full with chickpeas, poha(flattened rice), sev & lots of different types of masalas & spices which goes together perfectly well ð¥ . So this can be the perfect breakfast for you guys so make sure to give this a try âï¸ . Taste - ð¥ð¥ð¥ð¥/5 . Price - 30 /- ð² . Follow @food.khana for more!! ð Follow @food.khana for a feature!! ð¸ Follow @food.khana #foodkhana âï¸ . . . . #foodkhana #delish #yumyum #tasty #chanamasala #poha #delish #yumyum #mumbaifoodie #mumbaifoodblogger #delhieats #dillimerijaan #nagpur #nagpurfoodies #foodphotography #foods #food52 #foodgasm #foodaholic #tarripoha #nagpurdiaries #shotoniphone #indianfoodbloggers #streetfood

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The tarri is oily, tangy, spiced to kill and absolutely delicious; made with desi chana mulled with kala masala (a special secret spice) and other spices. It gives the poha a much-needed kick and tastes absolutely lip-smacking. You will never have typical poha once you have tasted this.

Iconic Eatery: Ramji-Shyamji Pohewale, Nagpur

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