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Every person has his own way of having pani puri. Some like it spicy, some like it sweet, some like it with mint while some like it hot and sour. More onions, more chilly, more masala, that’s all you hear at pani puri wale bhaiya’s cart.
Pani puri, India’s all time favourite snack. Round in shape with potato and chana filling dipped in flavoured water served by pani puri wale bhaiya, this snack gives you a smacking, boppling flavours.
Shop : Nand Chaat Bhandar, Raja Park
Sweet-Savoury potato sandwiched between breads and served with chutneys is one such dish that always have attracted anyone who roamed around streets of India. Though a Maharshtrian-Gujarati street food, it is made a bit differently in every part of India. It is not to be missed street food in Jaipur, so mark it on your checklist.
Barf Ka Gola
It will always take you back to 90s weddings where every kid would be having barf ka gola. Although it has become less popular now but it still holds the authenticity it held some 10 years back. The magic of grind ice and different flavours is one such you won’t ever forget.
The Kulcha Dip at Nandalal is one of the famous street foods in Jaipur.
Chola, garnished with chopped onions, coriander and lemon and served with kulchas (indian bread) is one full meal for a person. Make sure you have enough space in tummy to have this dish if you are out on street food exploration in Jaipur.
Shop : Nandlalji Chole Wale, Johari Bazar
Sev Puris are nothing new to street food lovers but it surely is a safe food in terms of taste. Like really, no one can dislike sev puri. Mathri/ Papdi is topped with onion, tomato, spices and chutney and tada…you get a street food in just blink of an eye. This is one such dish that people love to have in evening time snacks with some tea.
Shop : Opposite Julie Furniture, Raja Park
Pyaz ki Kachori and Jalebi
This is a typical Marwari breakfast leaving you with a sweet and spicy mouth early in the morning. You might have had jalebis at many places but Pyaz ki Kachori, exceptionally and exclusively belongs to Jaipur. Rawat Mishthan Bhandar says a big NO to tamarind chutney with kachori as it overpowers its taste
Shop : Rawat Mishthan Bhandar
When Bombay Sandwich entered the streets of Jaipur, it became one of the trendiest dishes and still continues to be the best and satiating dishes you will have on the streets of Jaipur.
It never happens that one goes to Bapu Bazar for shopping and comes back without having a bite of Bombay Sandwich.
Coriander chutney on one side and tomato ketchup on other, filled with veggies and garnished with fine savouries, it is a burst of chaat flavours stuffed between breads.
Shop : Any Vendor, Outside Saraogi Mansion, Bapu Bazar
Faluda Kesar Kulfi
While the streets are filled with sour and spicy treat, you cannot stop your temptation of a sweet dish in the end. Instead of choosing your regular ice-cream bar, go for this Faluda Kesar Kulfi. Kulfi is already a flavoursome sweet, topping of faluda makes it stand out among all other sweet dishes. The best aura of having it is not sitting in a hot-shot restaurant but to have it standing in Masala Chowk or Street where it belongs.
Shop : Brijwasi Faluda Kesar Kulfi, Masala Chowk
Who does not like potato filled deep fried crisp? Samosa is love of India and the most convenient street food. People generally like to have a samosa with tea. It is best served hot with coriander and tamarind chutney.
Cheela with Raita
Cheela is something you wouldn’t always find as a street food menu. It is mostly served as full meal in cafes and restaurants. But here at Masala Chowk, you can have the best cheela served with raita and chutney.
Shop : Kalkata Chaat, Masala Chowk
The post has been done in collaboration with Veggy Eats, a very famous Food Blogger from Jaipur.
The post has been written by Kriti Agarwal.
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