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Foods, India

Bengali Puchka

Puchkawalas adorning every street of Kolkata seems to be a common sight. We all love street food and the favourite among them being ‘puchkas’. No matter where we go, no other ‘pani puri’ or ‘gol gappa’ is palatable to our taste buds. We crave for kolkata style puchkas that cannot be re-created this perfectly anywhere else. Inspite of repeatedly being…

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Foods, India

Bengali Roshogolla

Sweets in Kolkata are as old as its culture. Rasgullas are loved by every Bengali and anyone visiting Kolkata cannot leave the city without salivating on the whiff of sweet aroma your nostrils will catch at every other alley, market, commercial center, and anywhere else you go. Here are some of the Best places in Kolkata to get this popular…

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Foods, India

Thekua of Bihar

Thekua, or Khabauni, or Khajuria, is a dry sweet, and can be preserved for around one month. It can be made by either Ata (Wheat flour) or Maida. Although I did different research and I can make Thekua with Suji, Oat, or Rice Flour too. It can be made either in Ghee or in refined oil as well. In fact…

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Foods, India

Old Famous Jalebi Wala of Delhi

Old Famous Jalebi Wala is one of the very prominent spots for Jalebis in Delhi. It is a fantastic place, where one can find the most delicious Jalebis prepared. Having established several years before, the jalebis prepared here will just melt in your mouth as sweetest drops of sweet syrups. Situated right in the central part of charming Chandni Chowk…

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Foods, India

Golgappa Stalls In Delhi

  1. Raju Puchka Wala Raju Phuchka wala, CR Park South and sophistication go hand in hand but when it comes gol gappa who gives a jack to the high. Chittaranjan Park, in South Delhi, homes a large Bengali community and hence we find lip-smacking panipuris to savor upon. Once you start gobbling them, you just as may forget count.…

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Foods, India

Paranthe Wali Gali in Chandni Chowk, Delhi

  The one place in Old Delhi that is sure to increase your appetite by just its name is ‘Paranthe wali gali’. It literally means ‘bylanes of fried bread’ and these bylanes are filled with the smell of ghee, pickles, chutney, raita. Paranthe wali Gali has a charm of its own. This gali is small, crowded and always full of…

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