[ad_1] ​​10 street foods you can't miss in Uttar Pradesh​

​​10 street foods you can't miss in Uttar Pradesh​

Chole Bhature​

This hearty dish consists of spicy chickpea curry (chole) served with fluffy deep-fried bread (bhature). It is a filling and flavorful street food enjoyed across Uttar Pradesh.

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​Aloo Samosa​

A popular savory snack, Aloo Samosa features crispy pastry filled with spiced potato mixture, deep-fried to golden perfection. It is often served with mint chutney or tamarind sauce.

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​Pani Puri ​

Known by various names across India, Pani Puri or Golgappa is a crispy hollow puri filled with a spicy and tangy mixture of flavored water (pani), tamarind chutney, chickpeas, potatoes, and spices.

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​Aloo Tikki​

Aloo Tikki is a popular street food made from mashed potatoes mixed with spices, shaped into patties, and shallow-fried until crispy. It is often served with chutneys and garnished with onions and sev.

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​Chaat Papri​

Chaat Papri is a delightful combination of crispy fried dough wafers (papri), boiled potatoes, chickpeas, yogurt, and a variety of chutneys and spices, creating a burst of flavors in every bite.

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​Dahi Vada​

Dahi Vada comprises soft lentil dumplings soaked in creamy yogurt and topped with sweet and tangy tamarind chutney, mint chutney, and spices, offering a refreshing and satisfying snack.

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A sweet indulgence, Jalebi is made by deep-frying maida flour batter in pretzel or circular shapes, which are then soaked in sugar syrup, resulting in crispy, syrupy, and decadent treats.

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A beloved snack, Tikki-Chaat consists of fried potato patties (tikkis) served with tangy tamarind chutney, yogurt, and a blend of spices, garnished with chopped onions and cilantro.

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Kachori is a deep-fried pastry filled with a savory mixture of lentils, spices, and herbs. It is commonly served with tamarind chutney or potato curry.

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