Friday, September 12, 2008

Transforming Indian Street Foods

For all those who always believed street food to be a part of Junk – think again. I am set to transform the image of Delhi's street food from Junk to Lip smacking delights.

Delhi besides the usual food, offers a new list of cuisine that will make your mouth water. Savour the mouth watering street foods that are a must try in Delhi. The flooding Bengali markets are famous for their iconic chaat that is capable of delivering a wide range of tastes and sensations to your taste buds. Do not miss trying tangy Pani Puri, Bhalla Papri, Tikki and the most exotic Raj Kochari and Laccha Tokri, ranging from soft to crunchy, tart to hot and sweet to sour, they are a not to be missed at any cost.

To add to the popularity of snacks the list doesn't have any end to it, the most spices potato filled samosas, lentils stuffed kachauris, breads pakoras, chole bhatoore, chila and the name continues. The variety of street food in Delhi also have lot of place for the sweet toothed, that includes the freezing Kulfis (condensed ice cream), pipping hot jalebis and gulab Jamuns at the Jalebi wala in Chandni Chowk.

To complete the menu there are some addition foreign flavors, Indian style Chinese chart, Tibetan momos, chowmein that are growing in demand from the road side wanders. Among the non vegetarian, there is no comparison for succulent seekh kebabs, tandoori chicken, chicken tikka, gulati kebaba, fish fry and everything that come out from the red hot skewers. The best place to enjoy these non vegetarian delicacy is Karim's in Old Delhi. The paranthe vali gali in Chandni chowk also serve some legendary Mughalai paranthas.


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