Top 10 Best Street Foods in India

By | December 19, 2018

Street food is the best way to get flavorful and tasty food at a reasonable price. There are many varieties of street food in different location. To know any place better, it is good to have a taste of its street food.


Today we have created a list of top 10 best street foods in India. Please have a look at these street foods to know more about Indian food.

10. Chaat

Tenth position on our list is acquired by ‘Chaat’. It is one of the savory snacks that originated in India. Chaats basically originated in Uttar Pradesh, the state of India, but they are now famous all across the Indian Sub-continent.

Chaat

Chaat is a mixture of crisp fried bread, potato, onion, gram or chickpeas, chili sauce, dried ginger and tamarind sauce with tangy-salty spices. Fresh green coriander leaves and yogurt is used to garnish it.

There are many variants of chaat available in India which includes aloo chaat, chana chaat, papri chaat and dahi bhalla chaat.

9. Samosa

Samosa is a fried dish, with a savory filling in it, which includes spiced potatoes, peas and onions. It is served hot with a sauce or chutney. Tea and Samosa combination is quite famous in India.

Samosa

There are various kinds of samosa available in India based upon there different filling. Some popular ones are potato samosa, chhole samosa, punjabi samosa, cauliflower samosa and paneer samosa.

8. Kachori

Kachori

Next in our list is Kachori. It is another spicy snack which is originated in India. It is round flattened ball made of all-purpose flour filled with a stuffing of baked mixture of besan (washed and crushed gram flour), yellow moong lentils or Urad dal (washed and crushed horse beans), red chili powder, black pepper, salt with other spices. Some famous ones are onion kachori, mawa kachori and dal kachori.

7. Idli

Idli is a savory rice cake, most popular in southern India. It is made by steaming a batter which consists of fermented rice and black lentils. It is usually served with coconut chutney and sambar which is a lentil-based vegetable stew.

Idli

There are many variants of Idli including poha idli, rava idli and kanchipuram idli.

6. Dosa

Dosa is kind of pancake, made from a fermented batter which is prepared by rice and black lentils. It is also originated in South India.

Dosa

It is served hot with potato stuffing, sambar and chutney. Masala dosa, plain dosa, paper dosa, onion dosa, paneer dosa and set dosa are some popular dosa.

5. Poha-Jalebi

Fifth position on our list of top 10 best street food is grabbed by ‘Poha-Jalebi’. Poha is basically flattened rice, which is fried with onion, potatoes, peanuts and other spices. Jalebi is deep fried all purpose flour batter which is soaked in sugar syrup.

Poha-Jalebi

Combination of these two is considered as one of the fulfilling yet light breakfast. Matar poha, kanda poha, aloo poha and Indori poha are some of the famous poha in India.

4. Vada Pav

Vada pav also spelled as Vada Pao, Wada Pav, or Wada Pao is another famous Indian street food. Vada Pav is originated in Mumbai. It is basically a deep-fried potato dumpling placed inside a bread bun.

Vada-pav

It is accompanied with chutney and fried green chili. Cheese vada pav, corn vada pav, paneer vada pav and crispy veg vada pav are some of the best vada pav.

3. Pav Bhaji

Next in our list is Pav Bhaji, which consists of vegetable curry served with a fried soft bread roll. It is accompanied with chopped onions, lemon and pickle.

Pav-Bhaji

There are many variants of pav bhaji are available in India including Kolhapuri Pav Bhaji, Kathiyawadi pav bhaji and Punjabi Pav Bhaji.

2. Chhole Bhature

Chhole-Bhature

Chhole Bhature is a very tasty Indian street food. It is a Punjabi dish which tastes amazing. Chhole is white chickpeas cooked with spices and Bhature is fried bread which is made from all purpose flour. Chhole Bhature generally accompanied by pickle, onions and chutney.

1. Pani Puri or Puchka

First position on our list of top ten best street foods in India is occupied by ‘Pani Puri’ or ‘Puchka’. It is also known as fulki, golgappa and gup chup. It is small, round, hollow, crisp fried bread which is filled with chickpeas and spice flavored water.

Pani-Puri

Because of its flavourful water and crispy shell, it is quite famous among kids as well as adults. Based on its different toppings, fillings and spices, there are many kinds of pani puri available in India. Dahi puri and sev puri are the most famous pani puri in India.

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