Street foods are a necessary part of India’s food culture and it varies from every other state with distinct flavor and taste. In India, none can deny the fact that street foods are irresistible. From aloo chaat to dabeli and dahi vada, nothing can beat the tastes of these delicacies. But the sad part about this lockdown is we are immensely missing the delicious taste of the various Indian street foods that we used to enjoy in those small stalls near the roadside. But to refresh your food memories and to satisfy your cravings, we’ve curated 5 simple and easy Indian street food recipes that you can enjoy at home. Check it out!
Almost everyone’s favorite, Gol Gappa is one of the most common & popular street foods that you get in every state in India. Spread all across the country, this street food has multiple names as well, from Paani Poori in Maharashtra, Gol Gappe in parts of North India to Puchka in West Bengal and Gupchup in some parts of Odisha. This small crispy puris filled with tangy juice is quite easy to prepare. For the recipe, watch the video.
Dabeli is an interesting vada paw-like dish that originated in the Kutch region of Gujarat. It’s crunchy & delicate and you’ll find this selling in various shops on the streets.
Paapdi chaat is a mouth-watering gem of a recipe that you can get everywhere. The crispy paapdi mixed with sweet yogurt with chickpeas, various masalas & sweet & sour chutney; makes it an ultimate snack to munch on. Quite easy to prepare & for recipes check the video linked below.
This South Asian delight has rapidly made a place in the heart of every Indian, who loves to gorge on them. A versatile snack that it is, we have a wide variety available from chicken, mutton to vegetable momos, it is best served with a fiery chutney made with red chilli, garlic, and tomatoes.
When talking about street food, one thing that pops into every Indian’s mind is Samosa. It is the best snack to enjoy especially during monsoon with tea, it is a perfect combo. Simple & quick to prepare, you can refer to the recipe from the below-linked video.