5 Street Food You Must Try When Visiting India
Before leaving for in India, many of my fellow writers warned me to be careful in many ways. One of them is in the affairs of the stomach. “Don’t buy food on the roadside. Later you get a stomachache.
“Such is the advice of some of the writer’s friends. But the fact is, I have experience more than 6 months I lived here, I have never once experienced indigestion due to eating these roadside snacks. So before you believe what people say, it’s better if you try it yourself.
Next, the writer will discuss a little about street food in India that you must try if you have the opportunity to visit India.
1. Aloo Tikki
Literally means “potato croquette”. Aloo tikki is made from mashed mashed potatoes, and then fried. The fried boiled potatoes are then blended together with chilies, shallots, radishes, and other spices. It tastes like rujak, with a denser texture.
2. Gol Gappa Or Pani Puri
If you have ever watched the Dangal movie (2016), then you will feel familiar with this one culinary. Yes, Gol Gappa or Pani puri (water castle) are one of the favorite snacks in India.
Made of castle (a type of “puffed bread”) which is punched in the top. Then add pieces of red onion, celery, and water or seasoning sauce. It feels unique and refreshing.
To enjoy the Gappa goal, you must eat it at once in one bribe and the water must be spent. It’s not an obligation, but when you eat differently, you can be sure the people around you will definitely turn around.
“Indian dumplings” with vegetable fillings (vegetables) or chicken (non-vegetables) are typical foods in the Indian state of Assam, Darjeeling and Sikkim regions in India. This dish can be found not only in India, but also in Nepal and Tibet. Momo is believed to have originated in Tibet and has been spread by Tibetan merchants to other areas around.
Indian fries. Made from vegetables, such as spinach, which is fried in flour. Can be eaten directly or eaten with green chutney sauce as shown.
Although it looks similar to fried foods in Indonesia, but it doesn’t taste as good as bala-bala, et al. The texture is also not too crisp. But if you miss fried and lazy to cook yourself, this pakora can, how come it is used as a substitute.
Similar to pastel cakes in Indonesia. Samosa has various fillings, such as potatoes, peas, peanuts, and other spices. The shape of the pyramid is a characteristic of this food. In India, samosa is usually a vegetarian dish.
But in other countries, the contents for samosa have been modified according to the taste of each place. For this reason, we can now find samosas with cheese filling, tapioni, noodles, and also minced meat. You can try all delicious food in maharajas express, if you choose your journey in Luxury train of India.
That is street food that you must try when visiting India. If you still feel afraid of stomach ache because you bought it at a roadside merchant, you might be able to buy it at a restaurant at a price that is of course more expensive. The choice is in your own hands. Good luck!
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