The street food of India is fiery, crispy and causes an explosion of flavours with every single bite. The arrival of monsoon is the perfect setup to truly enjoy these delicacies a bit more. In simple words, Indian street food is irresistible and we are having a really hard time having to do without them in our lives right now. However, the good news is that we can easily prepare these street foods at our homes and that too, as we like it.
Here is the list of street food you can make at home:-
Be it a wedding, a house party, a market stroll or a visit to the mall, every outing is incomplete without having the delicious aloo tikki. It is something that'll definitely catch your glimpse every time you are on a street food stroll.
The mashed potatoes mixed up with spices are fried till they become hot and crispy tikkis. Sometimes served with tamarind chutney and sometimes
with a combo of tamarind chutney, mint chutney and curd, this dish is just a bomb of flavours.
The Marathi cousin of Delhi’ chaat papdi, dahi puri is another very tasty and flavourful chaat that you can easily make at home. A plate of semi puffed puris filled with mashed potatoes, boiled matars, crushed and topped with lots of curd and tangy date chutneys is just perfect to treat yourself.
As popular as kachoris are in the streets, they are also made in home kitchens in various parts of India. Made from maida, these deep-fried delicacies can be made with different fillings- onions, peas, potato, daal and so on. They taste delicious with pudina or imli chutney and the best time to enjoy them is monsoon paired with a cup of adrak chai.
Made with a delectable filling of veggies and kebabs, the kathi rolls are a treat to our taste buds. The ‘roll’ is made of maida and it is stuffed with different kinds of fillings. Egg rolls are one of the most loved varieties of kathi rolls and are very easy to make at home as
This is a concoction of flavours and is heavenly in taste! One of the most popular types of chaat in north India, dahi bhalla is something everyone likes. Bhalla is soaked in a thick mixture of curd and spices and topped with cashews, green chutney, and sweet tamarind chutney. It is one of the best ways to beat the hot and humid temperatures of Delhi during the summertime.
So which one of these are you going to try first at home?