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Indore is a city known for its popular street food. Be it Sarafa, Chappan, Rajwada or Sitla Mata Bazaar, Indori street food never disappoints. The spicy chaats, the overly sweet but overly delicious mithai, the huge variety of paans, the soft vadas, the list is so long! Indore has so much dishes to try out, that its almost impossible to try out all of them. So lets look at some of the most delicious and unique dishes that we get in Indore!
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Made using our dear butta, sarson,jeera and mirchi, this is a healthy and nutritious snack! Its almost like a halwa but slightly chunky. The base itself can be pretty bland, but the spices added to it make it extra delicious!
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Garadu, or the humble yam is an absolutely finger-licking snack during winters. Hot, crispy, fried yam with loads of masala makes it spicy and just irresistible. Nowadays we get it all round the year, but it is fresh and the best to try during winters. It’s a perfect dish for all those who love spice. Even for the ones who don’t like spice, it is irresistible, and its really difficult to stop eating once we start.
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The Patties in Indore are very popular and well known. Spicy and hot patties with a filling of coconut and a imli, pudhina or mirchi chutney, the patties are just incredible.
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Dahi wada is famous in Indore not just for the taste, but also for the process that goes into it. The shopkeepers make the dahi wada or dhai bhalla in a fancy way, by almost throwing it into the air and then catching it back into the katori.
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This is another Indori speciality. It is tangier than the usual samosa. It is served with a sweet and spicy chutney. Being a perfect mix of sweet, spicy and tangy, it is a much loved delicacy.
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One of the most loved sweets in Indore, this is delectable combination of either the crunchy jalebi with the sweet rabri,or the soft and sumptuous malpua with the overly sweet rabri. The dish is overall very very sweet, so people with a sweet tooth will really enjoy it. But it is so delicious, that even a person who doesn’t like sweets will fall in love with it.
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It is the Indori version of gulab jamun. It consists of many rich ingredients and dry fruits. It is filled with mawa and topped with crunchy nuts. It is an absolutely delicious dish!
What are you waiting for? Head to Indore today!