5 Delhi Street Foods Every Foodie Must Try

5 Delhi Street Foods Every Foodie Must Try

If you decide to visit the capital, the chaat is a must try. Everyone knows that Delhi is famous for its varieties of chaat. Chaat is the eternal love of every Delhiite. But there’s more to Delhi’s street food than just chaat. Let’s take a look at some of the street food you should try if you decide to give the capital a visit!

Aloo Chaat


These deep fried spicy aloos are a must try if you decide to visit Delhi. The potatoes are garnished with lemons, chaat masala and many chutneys to give you a taste like nowhere else. A delight for your taste buds!

Gol Gappe

Unlike popular belief, Delhi’s gol gappas are very different from Kolkata’s puchkas and Mumbai’s paani puri. The flavoured water that is the main highlight of the dish comes in many flavours and your taste buds will fall in love with all of them! Go ahead, try one!


Dahi Bhalle

This perfect blend of sweet and sour will make your taste buds dance. This dish is one of the hot favourites of everyone who pays Delhi a visit. The curd accompanying the perfectly moist bhallas will definitely make the dish worth your while! The chutneys give this chaat that extra zing too.


Samosa Chole

The list would definitely be incomplete without adding Samosa to it. Samosa not only is full of flavour but also very filling. The chole added to this chaat make it taste amazing and the chutneys are like the cherry on top of the cake. A must-try if you decide to visit Delhi!


Aloo Tikki

Enjoy the taste of mashed potatoes along with rich chutneys and other flavours melting in your mouth. Aloo tikki is one chaat you can’t afford to miss. The taste of the tikki will make your tongue rejoice and want more! This chaat is simply mouth-watering!


If you decide to visit Delhi, don’t forget to try out these awesome street foods! They are definitely going to make you come back for more! So what are you waiting for? Go grab yours right away!

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Ingredients required
Maida / plain flour – 2 cups
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Salt – ¾ tsp
Baking soda – 1 tsp
Chilli – 2 (finely chopped)
Ginger (finely chopped) – 1-inch
Few curry leaves (chopped)
Coconut (shredded) – 2 tbsp
Coriander (finely chopped) – 2 tbsp
Cumin – 1 tsp
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How to make Mysore Bonda:
1. Firstly, in a large bowl, take 1 cup curd, ¾ tsp salt and 1 tsp baking soda.
2. Mix well until the curd turns frothy.
3. Now add 2 cups maida and start to mix gently.
4. Add more curd if required. Beat it well.
5. Add 2 chilli, 1-inch ginger, a few curry leaves, 2 tbsp coconut, 2 tbsp coriander and 1 tsp cumin.
6. Mix and combine everything well. Cover and let it rest for 4 hours.
7. After 4 hours, the batter will turn airy.
8. Beat it further for a minute.
9. Dip your hand in the water and pinch a ball-sized batter.
10. Drop in hot oil and fry in medium hot oil till the bonda are crisp and golden, turning them over as needed.
11. Remove with a slotted spoon and place them on kitchen paper towels to absorb excess oil.
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