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Tingle Your Sour Taste Buds Instantly with Indian Street Food
While some foodies have a sweet tooth, some others satisfy their taste buds with sour foods. Such people always seek food that is sour or savory in taste. They usually prefer street food that is more tangy and citrus. For such kind of foodies, Indian street food is one of the most interesting cuisines that come with a wide variety of tangy foods. Ranging from sour and savory chaats to several kinds of chutneys, one can get every item that brings spice, crunch and tingle along with it.
On the other hand, many people can be noticed having Indian street food on street food outlets. While it seems delightful to have such foods at these outlets, this practice may also be unhealthy at times when the outlets are not maintained in a hygienic way or the food is prepared with unhealthy ingredients. Thus, a better way out is to prepare Indian street food at home. It is not difficult at all to collect the required ingredients for making interesting street food items in one’s kitchen.
Further, it is also not complex to find the right Indian street food recipes in books and on food websites. With the proper methodology of cooking a food item, one can exactly bring the same taste and flavor as a restaurant menu item may provide. Indian street food recipes can also offer a great scope of making custom changes in ingredients and forms according to one’s taste and liking. For instance, one may follow a specific chutney preparation method but alter the amount of a sour ingredient so the resultant chutney does not get too tangy.
Home cooks may also come up with their own versions of a specific chutney preparation method, as that would give them new types of chutneys they may cherish with their street foods. However, Indian street food is not limited to chaats and chutneys. One can try to cook many other fresh items, such as sev puri, chicken rolls, pav bhaji, pani puri, urad dal kachoris, aloo tikkis, vada sambhar and missal pav. Home cooks may also give a try to street foods like bhel puri, samosas, pakoras with sauces and dips, stuffed kulcha chana, Amritsari aloo kulchas and spicy dahi bhallas.
With no dearth of Indian street food items, people may enjoy a range of savory and spicy dishes that may suit their sour taste. Such foods can also be accompanied by several sour drinks like lemonade or citrus fruit juices. One can actually find a food heaven in the Indian street food range.
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