7 popular street food to enjoy in Ayodhya

Here are seven street foods you might enjoy in Ayodhya.

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Enjoy the crispy, triangular pastries filled with spiced potatoes, peas, and sometimes minced meat. Samosas are often served with chutneys and make for a popular snack.

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Pani Puri (Golgappa)

These small, round, hollow puris filled with spicy, tangy tamarind water, mashed potatoes, chickpeas, and spices are a popular and delightful street food snack.

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A deep-fried dessert made from coiled batter soaked in sugar syrup. It's a classic Indian street food enjoyed for its sweet and tangy taste.

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Matar Ki Kachori

Matar Ki Kachori is a popular snack featuring deep-fried pastries filled with a spiced green pea mixture. It's often accompanied by tamarind chutney and spicy yogurt.

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Kachori Sabzi

Relish the spicy and flavorful kachori, a deep-fried, flaky pastry filled with spiced lentils or mashed potatoes, typically served with a side of potato curry.

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Aloo Tikki Chaat

Aloo Tikki Chaat consists of deep-fried potato patties (aloo tikki) served with chutneys, yoghurt, and spices. It's a flavorful and satisfying street food option.

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Ayodhya's streets may offer various types of chaat, a delightful mix of ingredients like crispy fried dough, boiled potatoes, chickpeas, yoghurt, and various chutneys.

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