10 Indian Cities And Their Street Food

Edited By: Pragati Bhandari

Vada Pav (Mumbai)  A spicy potato fritter served in a bread bun.

Chole Bhature (Delhi) Deep-fried bread (bhatura) served with spicy chickpea curry (chole).

Puchka/Golgappa (Kolkata)  Hollow puris filled with  spicy tamarind water  and potato mixture.

Masala Dosa (Chennai) Thin crispy pancake made from fermented rice and lentil batter, filled with spiced potato.

Pyaaz Kachori (Jaipur)  Deep-fried pastry filled with spiced onion mixture.

Dhokla (Ahmedabad) Steamed fermented rice  and chickpea flour cakes.

Amritsari Kulcha (Amritsar)  Stuffed bread made with  a combination of flour, potatoes, and spices.

Biryani (Hyderabad) Fragrant rice dish cooked with meat or vegetables, flavored with aromatic spices.

Maddur Vada (Bangalore) Savory fritters made with  a combination of semolina,  rice flour, and spices.

Banarasi Paan (Varanasi) Betel leaves filled with a mixture of areca nut,  tobacco, and various flavors.