It is often paired with hot, crispy jalebis, deep-fried pretzel-shaped sweets soaked in sugar syrup.
These golden, crispy delights are stuffed with a savory mixture of potatoes, peas, and aromatic spices.
Indore's kachoris are a gastronomic delight. These deep-fried, flaky pastries are filled with a spicy mixture of lentils, onions, and spices.
A specialty of Indore, Bhutte ka Kees is a grated corn delicacy cooked with spices, turmeric, and milk.
These small, hollow puris are filled with a mixture of chickpeas, potatoes, and tangy tamarind chutney, and then topped with yogurt and various spices.
A favorite during fasting days, Sabudana Khichdi is a comforting and flavorful snack.
For those with a sweet tooth, Indore offers the delectable Malpua. These fried pancakes are made with a mixture of flour, milk, and sugar, and then soaked in sugar syrup.