KHAO GALI - FOODS OF INDIA

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Jhal Muri: Popular across the eastern states of Bengal and Odisha, Jhal Muri is a famous street snack made of puffed rice and a variety of spices. If you have never tried this before, you're missing out on a tingling experience!

Kochudi Aloo Dum: Popular across Bengal, this serves as a lip-smacking breakfast. If you are looking for an alternative to chole bhature for the perfect brunch, this should be your option.

Pani puri: The whole world is crazy after perfectly crispy, round puris filled with spiced mashed potatoes. Anything in India is incomplete without this famous street food, so come and relish the tangy flavour of pani puris!

Kathi roll, famous street food from Kolkata is a skewer-roasted kebab wrapped in a paratha bread and is loved by people for its wholesome flavour. Although over the years many variants have evolved and you'll get many options to choose from!

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Momos: Momos are a kind of dumpling one cannot say no to. If you are a momo enthusiast, Boju's kitchen at the festival has a lot and distinct to offer! A plate of momos will leave your soul and tummy happy!

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Dabeli: Gujrat's famous Dabeli is now available at the Red Fort! The perfect savoury for a quick grab, Dabeli is a perfect snack made of special spiced mashed potato with pav and served with chutneys made from tamarind, date, garlic, red chilies, and other ingredients!

Panki: If you enjoy Gujrati cuisine, you must be knowing about Panki. But if not, you must try to get addicted to it! Panki is a very thin pancake made out of multiple flours mixed with curds and spiced with green chilies and ginger. Look out for this dish if you are a fitness enthusiast!

Dahi Puri Chaat: Dahipuri chaat is a popular snack in the state of Maharashtra and is served with mini-puri shells also called golgappa. If you want to try a new version of golgappe you must try this chaat!

Kachori: Kachoris are the perfect Indian breakfast on a special day. This spicy deep-fried snack is popular across India and is available with multiple stuffings. Kota Kachori and pyaaz kachori from Rajasthan is the most famous kachori in the state. In Gujarat, it is usually filled with a stuffing of yellow moong dal, black pepper, red chili powder, and ginger paste. In Delhi it is often served as chaat.

Innovative flavours with a unique experience. This place is your one-stop station to satisfy your taste buds and cravings.

Mooradabadi Dal with Biscuit Roti: Moradabadi Dal, a delicious moong dal recipe is served as chaat. The recipe was originated in the city of Moradabad and is served with moong dal with Sweet & Salty biscuit roti & chutneys.

This moong dal recipe is a lost recipe that you will never spot on a restaurant menu, so if you are around you must not skip this!

Bombay Sandwich: You'll drool over the buttered slice of bread loaded slathered with green chutney and spiced potato! Get the best of Mumbai's street food experience with Bombay Sandwiches at the Red Fort!

Kanji Vada: Kanji Vadaa, is a traditional Rajasthani dish where lentil fritters are added in mustard fermented water. It is a must-make for the Holi festival and if you missed making at home, don't worry you can have it at the festival!

Misal Pav: Consisting of misal and pav, the dish is topped with fine sev, onions, lemon, and coriander. If you are drooling over its description, then don't miss out on it at the festival!

Pav Bhaji: Originated from Maharastra, Pav bhaji has undeniably captured the hearts of people from across the country! immerse yourself in the thick buttery vegetable curry with soft pavs for a filling meal!

Vada Pav: The desi version of a burger, vada pav consists of a deep-fried potato dumpling placed inside a pav sliced in half. To make it even more mouth-watering, it is generally served with one or more chutneys and green chilly.

If you're a die-hard chole-kulch lover and cannot refrain from having one at the Red Fort, then Sharmaji Ke Chole Kulche is the best option! Visit the stall for Chole Kulche, Matar Kulcha, Chole Bhature and more!

Chole Bature: Chole Bhature is universal love of north Indians. The distinct flavour has won hearts of thousands and will win yours too!

Chole Kulche: The famous street food that has gained prominence across Delhi and neighbouring states is a perfect dish for brunch! The flavourful chole will not only satiate your hunger but also your taste buds.

Lassi: The traditional dahi-based drink, promises to quench all your thirst and will boost you with energy to go on with your day!

Honey Chilli potato: Honey chilly potato is a very popular Chinese street food across Delhi that offers a splendid blend of sweet and savoury on the same plate. The best part? Its made of potatoes that add more flavour to it. If you are a big fan of fries, try this extra version of crispy fries!

Mixed Paranthe: If you didn't get the chance to visit Paranthe wali Gali at Chandni Chowk, worry not! You can have some tasty paranthas too from Tiwari Paranthe wala.

Special samosa: The Sangam of anything is incomplete without some samosas. A samosa is a fried snack filled with a savory filling, including ingredients such as spiced potatoes, onions, dry fruits, etc. Samosas are widely getting popular across the world for their unique and burst of flavours. Grab one at the festival for a quick bite.

Badam Milk: Badam milk, a popular Indian drink where almonds are blended with milk and flavored with saffron and cardamom is a delicious drink. It is not only rich in texture but is also very filling. Try this version of milk even if you are not a big fan of milk, it won't disappoint you!

Falooda: A falooda is a cold dessert made with noodles and has origins in the Persian dish faloodeh. Traditionally it is made by mixing rose syrup, vermicelli, and is often served with ice cream. The hunt for the perfect dessert ends here!

Nagori Halwa: One of the best and most popular Delhi street food, Nagori Halwa is a great combination and a complete meal. Nagori is a small, crisp and crumbly poori made with sooji, maida, and ghee, and is paired with sooji halwa.

Your one-stop destination for Tibetan, Chinese food! Starting from momos, Thukpa to authentic dishes, this place awaits your presence to offer you the delectable authentic cuisine in the town 

Visit Boju's kitchen to tickle your tummies with the best momos in town!

Momos: Momos are a kind of dumpling one cannot say no to. If you are a momo enthusiast, Boju's kitchen at the festival has a lot and distinct to offer! A plate of momos will leave your soul and tummy happy!

If you like everything South Indian, Veruan is the place for you! Kothu Parotta: The counterpart of North India's buttery and hearty parathas ate South India's crunchy and flaky parotta. A popular Tamil Nadu street food, Kothu parotta is shredded flatbreads cooked in a spicy curry masala and is perfect to combat all your spicy cravings!

Dosa: Dosa has become favourite breakfast of many and for all good reasons. A thin flatbread originating from South India is made from a fermented batter predominantly consisting of lentils and rice. The appearance is somewhat similar to a crepe although it has savoury flavours.

Dal Vada: Experience the lovely nutty taste and flavor of dal vada made of Chana dal. A popular lentil snack from south Indian cuisine, this dish is finger-licking good!

Mirchi ke Pakode: Deep-fried fritters made with a bigger sized variety of green chilies, gram flour, herbs, and spices, this snack will have your heart if you love everything hot and spicy!

Maggi: From having it in the lunch box to late at night, Maggi evokes emotion, to say the least. Whether you want to have desi, Chinese or cheesy, the versatility makes it a quick and yet perfect scrumptious delicacy for everyone!

Candy floss: No matter whether you call it cotton candy or fairy floss, it is a spun-sugar confection that resembles cotton that will make a perfect treat for your sugar craving and also a photo prop!

Gola: Refreshen yourself with the memories of childhood with a gola chuski as you roam around Red Fort. This summer cooler is available in flavours of your choice and the joy of eating chuski is of another level.

Kulfi: Frozen dairy dessert is every household's favourite and is considered desi icecream. Commonly sold by street vendors, kulfi comes in many varieties and the rich flavour will leave you wanting for more!