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Street food in Ranchi one needs to try

ET Online

Mar 5, 2024

Litti chokha

Litti chokha

Litti would be incomplete without chokha. It is a whole wheat flour dough ball that is filled with sattu, herbs, and spices before being cooked over coals with a generous amount of ghee.

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Momos

In India's Himalayan hill cities, momos are a local delicacy. Due to their low calorie content and delicious taste, Ranchi residents consume excessive amounts of these snacks.

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Golgappa

The little puffy dough balls filled with potatoes and chutney are a popular snack choice across the country because of their spicy, bitter flavor.

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Rolls

In Ranchi, these rolls made of chicken and eggs are known as "Kathi Rolls." They make a great picnic or school lunch snack.

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Aloo chaat

It is topped with chutney and spices and comprises of fried steamed potato chunks combined with chopped onions and chickpeas.

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Noodles

You can find chowmein, an Indo-Chinese noodle dish that is highly famous in Ranchi, all across the city.

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Dhuska

It is described as the state of Jharkhand and Bihar's hallmark breakfast. This meal is a must-have for any festivity.Because it is quite tasty, stuffed with tomato chutney and served with ghugni

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Pav bhaji

In Ranchi, a dish known as "Pav Bhaji" is a spicy vegetable curry that is eaten with a bread bun.

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Malpua

The most famous dessert and people love eating it with rabri.

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