ÔÇ£Kuch log jeene ke liye khaate hai, Kuch log khaane ke liye jeete haiÔÇØ . Indori’s fall in the latter category for sure. Indore is popularly known as the food capital of India. Here is a list of food items that indoris can’t survive without:
1.┬á Indori poha
Whether it’s for breakfast, teatime, or anytime, one thing is for sure, Indories canÔÇÖt live without the poha. Wikipedia calls it Flattened Rice, we call it┬áIndori Poha. From Pani puris and garadus to khichdi and kachoris , the IndoreÔÇÖs street stalls serve a delectable spread. However, poha remains the most popular street food of Indore. Easily available, affordable, the poha can also be eaten on the move. Virtually every street corner will have an outstanding poha sellers but itÔÇÖs hard to beat the ones made at Apna sweets, Young tarang and Sundaram ( Aka rajwada ke pohe).
2. Johny Hot Dog
Since the last 3 decades this Hot dog shop has been attracting thousands of customers everyday from celebs to the common man. The stall has been there since generations and even today they manage to sell high quality, perfect taste Hot dogs across areas. Around 2000 people visit johnyÔÇÖs stall daily to enjoy the famous snack.
3. khopra patties
Chhappan Dukan and area around it has always been home to the best eating joints not only of Indore but of India. Vijay chaat house is also one of those places and is quite old in indore. The Samosa & Khopra Patties served here are fabulous.. They are quite heavy on stomach but light on pocket with an awesome taste. It’s located at just a 20 min walk away from Indore Railway station.
4) Bhutte ki kees
Malwa is the land of babelicious Cuisines and a variety of food. One such recipe is┬áBhutte Ka Kees. which is very popular especially during the rainy season. Saanwariya Chaat is a favourite among chaat lovers in Indore. Since 20 years, Saanwariya, also called Sarafa ki chaat, has been serving Bhutte ki kees.
5. Sabudana vada
For indories sabudana vada is the traditional ‘upvas’ or fasting food. Sabudana vadas are the most favorite amongst the locals, and found in almost every street shop or stall. But try the ones at the Apna sweets, upvaas and saanwariya chaat. They are really special.
6.┬á Dahi puri
Dahi Puri, derives its name from the key ingredient used in this dish ÔÇô ÔÇ£DahiÔÇØ. What makes a dahipuri truly divine is obviously the humble curds┬á. Dahi Puri has a combination of flavors, from sweet and sour to hot.┬á It can definitely be a hearty appetizer as it is loaded with potatoes, sev and lots and lots of yogurt with spices.┬áA very good Dahi puri can be had at 56 dukan.
7. Madhuram ki shikanji
Got a sweet tooth?┬á THIS is the place to be!┬á. Its not a regular lemon shikanji, this special shikanji is made of srikhand and rabri loaded with kesar. ItÔÇÖs like paradise in a Glass! If you are a foodie – this is one place you must visit before you die .
8. SamÔÇÖs Momos
SamÔÇÖs Momos is the most famous street food joint in indore. It serves momos (vegetarian) for Rs. 40┬á and there should be no reason to miss this place. There is no seating arrangement and it remains crowded throughout the year. Truly, there is no other street food quite like it in the world.
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