Fun fact: Samosa existed as sambosa in the Middle East long before it arrived in India in the 13th and 14th centuries.
While Indian food is loved all over the world, people remain fixated only on the curries. However, Indian food is a lot more than just that. The street food in India is vibrant, affordable, and spread across the neck and breadth of the country.
Unique to India, every state of India has its own special street foods. Madhya Pradesh, the central state of India, boasts of its own variety of street snacks that keep its streets beaming with eager eaters.
Bhutte Ka Kees, Daal Bafla, Seekh Kebabs, Palak Puri, and more form the unique and vibrant dishes offered by the street foods of this place.
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