Most Popular Street Food of India as per their states

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India is renowned for its diverse and delicious street food offerings. Each state has its own unique street food specialties. Here’s a list of some of the most popular street foods from various states in India:

  1. Maharashtra:
    • Vada Pav: Spicy potato fritter served in a bun.
    • Pav Bhaji: A spicy mashed vegetable curry served with buttered buns.
  2. Gujarat:
    • Dhokla: Steamed rice and chickpea flour cakes.
    • Thepla: Spiced flatbreads made from whole wheat flour.
  3. West Bengal:
    • Kathi Roll: Grilled skewers of marinated meat or paneer wrapped in paratha bread.
    • Puchka (Pani Puri): Hollow, crispy balls filled with spicy tamarind water, potatoes, and chickpeas.
  4. Delhi:
    • Chole Bhature: Fried bread served with spicy chickpea curry.
    • Aloo Tikki: Potato patties served with chutneys and yogurt.
  5. Rajasthan:
    • Mirchi Bada: Spicy chili fritters.
    • Pyaz Kachori: Deep-fried pastries stuffed with spiced onions.
  6. Karnataka:
    • Bisi Bele Bath: Spicy rice dish with lentils and vegetables.
    • Mangalorean Bun: Sweet and fluffy fried bread.
  7. Tamil Nadu:
    • Masala Dosa: Thin, crispy rice crepes filled with spiced potatoes.
    • Sundal: Spiced chickpeas or lentils garnished with coconut.
  8. Kerala:
    • Appam with Stew: Soft, fluffy rice pancakes served with a creamy vegetable stew.
    • Samosa: Deep-fried pastry filled with spiced potatoes or meat.
  9. Punjab:
    • Amritsari Kulcha: Stuffed, crispy bread served with chole (chickpea curry).
    • Aloo Paratha: Stuffed potato flatbread.
  10. Uttar Pradesh:
    • Tunday Kababi: Spiced kebabs, especially the galouti kebabs, in Lucknow.
    • Aloo Tikki Chaat: Spicy potato patties served with yogurt and chutney.
  11. Madhya Pradesh:
    • Poha: Flattened rice with spices and garnishes.
    • Jalebi: Deep-fried sweet pretzels.
  12. Bihar:
    • Litti Chokha: Stuffed wheat flour balls served with mashed vegetables.
    • Thekua: Sweet deep-fried cookies.
  13. Andhra Pradesh:
    • Hyderabadi Biryani: Fragrant rice dish with spiced meat or vegetables.
    • Mirchi Bhaji: Spicy deep-fried chili peppers.
  14. Kolkata (Bengal):
    • Macher Jhol: Spicy fish curry.
    • Rasgulla: Spongy sweet dumplings in sugar syrup.
  15. Uttarakhand:
    • Aloo Ke Gutke: Spiced potato cubes.
    • Aloo Ke Parathe: Potato-stuffed flatbreads.
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