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India is a country which is famous for its varieties. In this country, there is variation in every culture, language and food habits. To every 500 km their culture, way of living changes which is the main identity of India. Street food plays a very important role in the local areas. Street foods are available in their local areas. Street food on the road has its specific taste.

Some of the foodstuff in India which are too much popular. They are as follow

Vada pav

Vada pav

Vada pav is also one of the best street food. Vada pav is a famous Maharashtrian food type that is spread all over the India and world. It covers the area of small hotels to a larger chain of hotels.It is also called an Indian burger. Its taste with fried chili along with sweet and sour Chutney is somewhat special taste. It is especially enjoyed in Mumbai. Somewhere there is also a combination of mixture of bread also. Middle-class Workers in Mumbai are generally used for their hungry.

Litti Chokha

litti chokha

Litty Chokha is street food which is a special type of food type especially from Patna. Litti Chokha is a traditional Bihari and Jharkhand dish that is quite similar to Rajasthani Baati but still very different. The litty is the bread made out of flour and is stuffed with sattu and chokha is the side dish made using eggplant, potato, or tomatoes. Here is how to make Litti Chokha Recipe.



Momos is especially from Delhi. In this vegetable mixture or nonvegetarian mixture is filled in covering of any floor. Momos are a kind of dumpling popular in Nepal, Sikkim, and Tibet, and are similar to Chinese potstickers. Momos are made of a simple flour and water dough. White flour is generally preferred, and sometimes a little yeast or baking soda is added to give a more ‘doughy’ texture to the finished product.

Galouti kebab

Gelouti Kawab

Gelouti Kawab is a soft food that gets completely dissolved in the mouth. The Galouti kebab is a dish originating from the Indian subcontinent, made of minced goat and green papaya. It was supposedly made for a Nawab in Lucknow who could not eat the regular Kebabs due to weak teeth. … The home of this kebab is Lucknow. This type of dish is very popular in North India. Specially the taste of this foodstuff in Lucknow is different than other places.

Pyaj Kachori

Pyaj Kachori

People eat various types of kachori in India and outside India. But a special type of pyaj Kachori is more popular in Rajasthan of India. This is one of the most popular street snack and it’s lip-smacking yummy and full of flavor. Whether you are expecting guests or just want to indulge in some hot kachori’s in the rainy season, this is what will give you complete satisfaction. Made with loads of fragrant spice blend, besan, potatoes, and onions. Filled in soft rolled out dough and flattened with your delicate hands. Twice fried until puffy and golden in color. Served with sweet banana, dates, and tamarind chutney. It’s mouth-watering, try this tangy, spicy, crunchy kachori today.

Puchaka or Panipuri


This type of snack is popular in Maharashtra as a panipuri. This type of Panipuri is popular in West Bengal as a Puchaka.Test of Panipuri or Puchaka is somewhat changing place to place Taste of Puchaka in Kolkata is a somewhat special. Panipuri or Phuchka is a type of snack that originated in the Indian subcontinent. It consists of a round or ball-shaped, hollow puri, filled with a mixture of flavored water, tamarind chutney, chili, chaat masala, potato, onion or chickpeas

Chole bhature

Chole puri

Chole bhature is the special type of food dish from Northern India specially Punjab. It is a combination of chana masala and bhatura, a fried bread made from maida. There is a distinct Punjabi variant of the dish. Chhole bhature is often eaten as a breakfast dish, sometimes accompanied with lassi.

Idali Sambar

idli sambhar

This type of food dish belongs to the south Indian dish, but because of its popularity and nutritive value it spread in India but also throughout the world. This type of food is made by fermentation of rice and other combination

Idli or idly is a type of savory rice cake, originating from the Indian subcontinent, popular as breakfast foods in Southern India and among Tamils in Sri Lanka. The cakes are made by steaming a batter consisting of fermented black lentils (de-husked) and rice. The fermentation process breaks down the starches so that they are more readily metabolized by the body.

Idli has several variations, including Rava idli, which is made from semolina. Regional variants include sanna of Konkan.

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