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Feb 29, 2024

Must try street food in Jamnagar

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Dal puri

The lentils have a creamy, soothing texture that is enhanced by the delightful crunch of puffed rice rather than crunchy pakwan served with hot puris to soak it up.

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Khaman dhokla

No description needed for this yummy snack with can be eaten in breakfast or with your evening tea.

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Jalebi fafda

All time popular snack of Gujarat.

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Bhaji kone

In Jamnagar, bhaji-kone is a well-liked morning or evening snack. It is made out of "kone," a soft bread roll, and deep-fried vegetable fritters called bhaji.

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Katka bread

It's a fantastic way to use up leftover bread in a snack food that will satisfy your cravings for a range of flavors and textures.

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Ras patra

It is made of layers of colocasia leaves that have been coated with a paste made of spicy gram flour, rolled into a cylindrical shape, and cooked by steaming.

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Flaky, golden crust and tasty filling combine to make a delicious snack that's commonly eaten with yogurt-based accompaniments or chutneys.

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Though they've made their way into kitchens across the nation, bhajia, or bhajiyas, are a mainstay of Jamnagar's street food selection that just must be tried.

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Jamnagar is particularly known for its paan, a sweet after-dinner digestive that can be filled with a variety of ingredients, including spices, fruits, betel nut, and jellies.

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