Top 6 Droolworthy Street Foods You Only Get In Gujarat
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When you roam around the streets of Gujarat, these 6 droolworthy foods are a must-try

1. Fafda Jalebi

Fafda Jalebi is a delicious and popular breakfast item in Gujarat where people start the day with a mix of spices and sweets. Fafda is made from a dough mixed with chickpea flour and spices, which is then fried in oil. Jalebi is made from a chickpea flour paste that is baked into rolls and dipped in sour sugar syrup. Can’t stop picturing Jethalal’s Sunday brunch, right?

2. Dhokla

Dhokla is made with chickpea flour, salt, sugar, spices, and a pinch of soda to add texture. This sweet and delicious salty cake is often served with green and red chutneys.

3. Samosa Pav

It is a triangular cone-shaped snack filled with a mixture of potatoes, chickpeas or vegetables. Pav samosas are basically samosas sandwiched between half-open pav. This is served with a hot sauce and tomato sauce.

4. Khakra

Khakhra is a common snack in Gujarat and Rajasthan. It's a pretty simple meal, made from wheat flour, salt, spices, and oil. It can also be said to be a Gujrati version of wavy tortillas that can be a crunchy garnishing on any dish.

5. Khandvi

This spicy snack is also known as patuli. When in Gujarat, you’ll find fresh and hot trays of Khandvi piling up in front of the shops in the morning. The main ingredients used in khandvi are yogurt and chickpea flour. It looks like small and soft yellow rolls and is very appetizing.

6. Thepla

This authentic street food is typically made with wheat flour mixed with sesame seeds. You can find freshly prepared thepla all over Gujarat at any time of the day.

Next time you plan to visit Gujarat, make sure you try all these interesting foods.