Delhi Chat
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Gol gappa is a type of snack that originated in Indian subcontinent, and is one of the most common street foods in India and Bangladesh.Panipuri consists of a round or ball-shaped, hollow puri (a deep-fried crisp crepe), filled with a mixture of flavored water (known as imlipani), tamarind chutneychili powderchaat masala, potato mash, onion or chickpeas

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Aloo Tikki Chaat a simple and tasty street food or chaat recipes mainly prepared from potato patties or potato tikki with other chaat chutneys and spices. tikkichaat is filling and appetising snack mainly originated from north india, but hugely popular all over india today.

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Dahi Bada is what we call them in eastern Uttar Pradesh, in Delhi they are usually called DahiBhalla.The most loved street snack of India, particularly North India. DahiBhalla can also be served as a chilled snack or a starter during festive season like Diwali or Navratri. This quintessential street food from the by lanes of Delhi will get you hooked. Try your hand at making delicious and fluffy bhallas drizzled with sweetened curd, tangy chutneys and chaat masala.

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Papdi Chati is a yummy snack assorted with a crunchy base of Papdi (crisp puris) which is topped with lip-smacking chutneys, veggies and curd.

The crispy Papdi topped with potatoes, onions, chickpeas, chutneys, curd and spices offers a gamut of flavours in its one morsel.

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Samosa Chaat is a another popular Indian chaat where samosa is served with chole(chickpea curry).Samosa Chaat is Perfectly hot and crispy Aloo Samosa topped with tangy spicy chutneys and chilled yogurt, this one is surely a treat for your taste buds.

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