Navratri Best Street Food: Try this street food to enjoy night life with Garba in Navratri

Navratri Best Street Food: As much as Gujarat is popular for tourist destinations, Gujarat is also for food and drink. The food here is very tasty and delicious. There is a huge market for street food in Gujarat. Located in the western part of India, Gujarat is famous for its tourist destinations. As much as […]
 


Navratri Best Street Food: Try this street food to enjoy night life with Garba in Navratri

Navratri Best Street Food: As much as Gujarat is popular for tourist destinations, Gujarat is also for food and drink. The food here is very tasty and delicious. There is a huge market for street food in Gujarat.

Located in the western part of India, Gujarat is famous for its tourist destinations. As much as Gujarat is popular for tourist destinations, Gujarat is equally popular for food and drink. The food here is very tasty and delicious. There is a huge market for street food in Gujarat. People enjoy this street food after Garba in Navratri.

Dhokla is the staple food of Gujarat, nowadays live Dhokla street food sells a lot. The fun of eating this live dhokla with tomato chutney and garlic chutney is something else.

This street food is even more real than sweet corn. Maize doda is also served with roasted or boiled maize with chaat masala and lemon. People also enjoy this street food after Garba as Maize is the season in monsoon.

 

Panipuri is also the main street food here. Saat pani in pani puri along with pani puri dahi puri masala puri is also a popular street food dish of Gujarat.

You must have heard the song, “Main Raaste se ja raha hoon, bhelpuri khata hoon”? The taste of this Bhelpuri found in Bhaiyani’s truck is different from the packed Bhelpuri available in the market. Once you taste this Bhelpuri, you will forget Packed Bhelpuri

Like Bhelpuri, Bhel is also a favorite street food of Gujaratis. Being light, there is no fear of gaining weight. All these food items are sold at night after Garba in the street market of Gujarat.

Ghughra is traditionally a special dessert for festivals like Holi or Diwali, but spicy Ghughra is sold in street markets. Especially this is the main food of Jamnagar’s Food Street Market. For calorie conscious people, these Ghughars can be eaten by baking instead of deep frying.

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