Street Food in India : Street Food in India is very famous and most tourists gorge on the delicious and affordable roadside food in India to get the real taste of this amazing country. In Indian street Foods has various flavors that stimulate the taste buds of tourists as well as locals. In India you can find the street food in every big metro cities. You will find all roads and small narrow lanes having at least one such portable food stall. Some famous street food are listed here
Chaat : Chaat is an all time favorite of all people, whether locals or tourists. It is made of crisp potato , salted, small pancakes sprinkled with various masala along with different chutneys, or Indian sauces and a dash of yogurt. Some use the grated ginger and some pomegranate seeds for garnish.
Fruit chaat : Fruit chaat is also another famous street food. It is made with chopped seasonal fruits and served with a dash of spicy masalas and a hint of lime juice.
Bhel Puri : It is prepared in different ways in different parts of India. It is made by puffed rice with generous servings of "sev" mixed with chopped tomatoes, onions, boiled potatoes, green chilies and coriander and served with a dash of lime juice, normal salt, rock salt and a hint of red chilly powder.
Aloo Tikki : Aloo Tikki is a version of the vegetable cutlet. It is prepared with the boiled and mashed potato mixed with flour, kneaded into soft dough. And cooked on the shallow fried in oil on a huge pan and served with the piping hot with different chutneys.
Vada Pav : It is famous southern street food. It is used as breakfast in many parts of the south of India. Vada is usually made of boiled and mashed potatoes deep fried in oil. After it vada is wrapped in bread that is served along with hot concoction or different chutneys.
Pani Poori a.k.a Golgappas : It is mostly prepared in northern parts of the country. Pani puris are the small balls made of flour. They are filled with mashed potatoes and sweet sauce, dipped in tangy water and are to be eaten whole.
Pav Bhaji : Pav Bhaji is also another famous street food. Basically it is a dry buns topped with a cube of butter, combined with a mish-mash of hot cooked vegetables along with raw onions or radish. If you eatn this in late evening, then it may be possible that you my skip your dinner.
These are the famous street food in India, But you also find the different varieties of omelets, parathas (soft thin pancakes served with curry), pork fry are also available at minimal prices.