Street food when it comes into my mind it becomes hell difficult to control my taste-buds. Thinking about a heavenly plate of noodles that I ate yesterday never fail to give me sudden goosebumps gosh. I remember how i ate them like a maniac and thinking about them results in sudden cravings. Every region and each prominent city is an epitome of a popular roadside food and I relish our tradition totally.
You know when you say ‘STREET FOOD’ to an American, maybe it sounds like they are actually eating off the street.
I think of street food as an antidote to fast food because it’s the clear alternative to the king, the clown and the colonel.
Chaat. An Indian snack with a twist in presentation always tastes delicious it’s enchanting dance in extra oil is the highlight that makes it quite popular among the crowd.
Maggie Wondering since childhood and stiil cannot get the fact that how maggi can be made in 2 minutes. Aren’t you surprised on this thing? We can have plenty of it. Isn’t it our childhood surprise treat for lunch break!
Chur Chur Naan has become quite popular nowdays. The new version and a twist added to the old concept of old tandoori naan’s. Infact these are more tastier and softer than the regular naans served with tangy chole, spicy potato wedges and spice infused onions.
Bhel Puri Eating since childhood I remember how I relished this snack everytime while taking a bite. From being a savoury snack originating from the Indian subcontinent, it’s also a type of chaat. It is made of puffed rice, vegetables and a tangy tamarind sauce fully loaded with chunks of different namkeens.
Pav Bhaji can never go out of fashion. On every lane you’ll find a stall serving this dish with a extra dollop of butter some call it Pav Bhaji while other’s call it Bhaji Pao. No difference what so ever should be with double dollop of butter.
Desi Style Chowmein or what you call it ”Indian Style Noodles” . It is regarded as another crowd puller that’s quite successful in winning everyone’s heart. So peeping into our Indian food culture, it is unique because they are prepared with the street style tadka and it’s irresistible odour adds an enchanting charm to the taste.
”Dahi Wale Golgappe” or what you call it ”Sweet Batashe” it has so many names. Whatever it is I know the fact that anyone can eat in plenty without even counting their number. They are irresistible! The tanginess of green chutney topped up with extra dahi adds extra flavour to it.
Approx 2.5 billions of people eat street food regularly because it is irresistible. But The income of street vendors and hawkers in comparison with restaurants is comparatively low. Because these little joints and food trucks never charge any sort of taxes so we should support them in every aspect.