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Amazing Winter Delicacies Across India That You Shouldn’t Miss This Season


Amazing Winter Delicacies Across India That You Shouldn’t Miss This Season

Brainstormed along the length and breadth of the country, these popular street snacks are served to starve diners all year round, but take an extra slog of deliciousness during the cold months. From hot steamed cuppas of ginger tea and melted sweet jalebis, to  delicious stuffed parathas and deep-fried kachoris – these ten Indian snacks will warm your stomach and your heart.


Tea from Giani Tea Stall

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Gurmeet Singh has been running his tea shop very successfully for the last 58 years and shows no signs of slowing down. This man has the right formula when it bubbles up hot creamy tea.


Malaiyo from Shribandhu Sweets

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Shribandhu Sweets off Kachauri Gali is one the most famous sweet shops of Varanasi and locals swear by its fresh preparations.


Channa bhatura at Sita Ram and Sons

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To sample some of the city’s finest chana bhature, make your way to Sita Ram & Sons, a famous diner at the Lakkar Bazaar in Shimla.


Shrewsbury biscuits from Kayani Bakery

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More than half a century old, this small, old school Iranian bakery is a Pune landmark.


Pav Bhaji from Sardaar Pav Bhaji

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If you had pav bhaji elsewhere, we can assure you that it cannot be compared to Sardar Pav Bhaji dishes al apart.


Stuffed parathas from Om Sai Paratha

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Om Sai Paratha is almost equivalent to 5-star in street food, and some of the tastiest, expensive, hygienic and tasty parathas you will ever eat.


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Samosas from Munni Lal Halwai

Some things taste good like hot samosas on a cold day. And when Munni Lal Halwai (Frontier Vale), a samosa shop in Gole Bazaar, has made samosas, you will be tempted, irrespective of the weather.


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Jalebis from Chandni Chowk

Located at the northern end of Gurudwara Sis Ganj Sahib in Chandni Chowk, this centuries-old sweet shop dishes out of the juiciest jalebis in the city.


Ram laddoos in Alaknanda market

Ram Laddoos are golden balls of lentils that are light and puffy on top, crisp and soft on the inside, and are served with tangy green chutney and grated radish.


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Kebabs at Bade Miya

If you’re in the mood to eat meat on a stick or just a quick mutton roll to fill you up before or after a binge drinking session around town, a roadside restaurant near the Colaba Causeway is one such institution.

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