Delhi has some amazing street-side carts that serve this tantalizing treat. The combination of those delicious kulchas with Matar, garnished with heaps of onion, tomatoes.
Tangy spicy red sauce and steaming hot dumplings loaded with veggies or chicken and served with mayonnaise is something that we just cannot resist while walking past the stall on road.
Hot and delicious Moong dal ke ladoo, or Ram ladoo, is a perfect snack to satisfy your street food cravings. This lovely combination of fried moong dal ladoos with spicy coriander chutney is immensely appetizing.
A fried snack made from lentils which are best served with shredded radish and green chutney. This is a close cousin of our favorite Ram Laddoos.
These fried potato patties, laden with mind-bursting spices, green peas, and onions, are bite-sized nuggets of joy. This crunch potato joy served with cool curd and garnished with the fruit of Pomegranate, Bhel & Coriander
Dal vada is made with a mixture of urad, moong and chana dal. It tastes the best when served with generous portions of coconut chutney.
Boiled or roasted, whatever way you like it these corn cobs have a very rustic and earthy feel to it. The joy of biting on roasted juicy corn kernels, with lemon and masalas smothered all over it, is above all.
This legendary Indian street food snack is loved by people across the country and have a variety of kinds as well. Bite-sized pieces of potatoes tossed in a combination of tamarind and coriander chutney taste immensely good.
Mouthwatering green peas cooked in traditional Punjabi spices and curry along with fried bread is enough to salivate your taste buds. if you wish to get the taste of real Punjab then take a trip
Maharashtra runs on this Indian edition of a burger. It is every Mumbaikar’s take and goes quick bite. There is no better place than the roadside stall to enjoy this authentic Marathi cuisine.