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A Cheat Sheet to India’s Tastiest Street Food

“Bahut swadisht” (or “that’s delicious”) is one of few Hindi phrases I memorized while traveling in India — and with good reason. From sweet confections to spicy, sinus-cleansing snacks, every street corner was serving up something delicious and praise-worthy. In fact, the roadside stalls, as with many other destinations, showcased the heart and soul of the country’s culinary scene even more than its five-star restaurants. After all, whether it’s a 2 a.m. comfort food craving or mid-afternoon pick-me-up to power through sight-seeing, indulging in street fare is a surefire way to get a taste of the local culture. So to help you feel confident in your order during your next jaunt to India, we drafted a crib sheet of some of the country’s most delicious sidewalk offerings.


Bhel Puri


(Photo courtesy of gautam prakash via Flickr)


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