5 most popular street foods that you must try in Delhi

Dilwalo ka shahar Delhi is a key attraction to the food lovers across the globe for the scrumptious street foods it offers. Undoubtedly, Delhi is a melting pot of culture, race and religions. That effects its street foods also. To experience the vast tradition of Delhi and also to give your taste bud a treat, you must have the following  5 most popular street foods of Delhi.

Let us see what are the 5 most popular street foods of Delhi.

1) Golgappa:-

These spicy water balls are loved by people across India and are called by different names in different states, be it gupchup panipuri or fuchka. There are various stalls in Delhi like UPSC chatwala, Prince’s Paan & chat corner, BTW, Vishno Chat Bhandar, Lala Babu Chat Bhandar etc. that sell authentic golgappa in hygienic way.

2) Parantha:-

Parantha, the Indian flat breads are found everywhere in India in various forms and with various accomplishments. But the Paranthe wali galli of Delhi is the Paradise for Parantha lovers that you must visit at least once in your lifetime. Sweet lassi that’s served here with Paranthas is also a key attraction.

3) Kebab:-

The crowded food joints of Delhi are filled with the aroma of meat burning in charcoal. Kebabas-the delicacy that the non veg lovers can die for. The taste of the soft and juicy Kebabs will remind you of Lucknow, where the most authentic Kebabs are found.

4) Chaat:-

Chaat is an integral part of traditional north Indian culinary. Mixed fruit chat, Dry fruit chat, Laal aloo chat, Kalmi bada chat, Spinach chat are some tastiest varieties of chat that you just can’t afford to miss. Different flavours of chat are found in different places of Delhi. Chandni chowk, Connaught place and Nehru place are known for the delicious chat stalls.

5) Daulat ka chaat:-

Though it is called chaat, it is basically a sweet dish made of milk and garnished with mawa, saffron and dry fruits. Raw milk is mixed with cream and cooled overnight. Dew drops are important ingredient in this chaat as it adds lightness to the milk. Because of it, this delicious dessert is only made during winter months (november, december, january), when the atmosphere is cool.

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