Yeti Eats: The Street Food of India

Indian street food is the shizz– it almost all costs 10RS (18c) a plate, it’s all vegetarian (ghee makes being strictly vegan nigh impossible), and it tastes amazing. There’s not much to say, really. Just watch. And drool.

My breakfast in Jaipur: paratha and chana aloo.

My breakfast in Jaipur: paratha and chana aloo

Perhaps the best we found: aloo tikka and chana masala

Perhaps the best of the lot: aloo tikka and chana masala

A Jodhpurian specialty: green chili pakora

A Jodhpurian specialty: mirchi (green chili) pakora

Saffron rice with bhuja, chopped red onions, and a squeeze of lime

Saffron rice with bhuja, chopped red onions, and a squeeze of lime

Pushkar's famed deep-fried sweet chapati

Pushkar’s famed deep-fried sweet chapati

Dal bati (it tasted kind of like a dense scone dipped in dal -- amazing!)

Dal bati (it tasted kind of like a dense scone dipped in dal — amazing!)

Lame tikka, but awesome shaved ice

Lame tikka, but awesome shaved ice

The combined price of everything pictured above? $1.50.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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5 responses to “Yeti Eats: The Street Food of India

  1. Pingback: Yeti Budgets: India | Are We There Yeti?

  2. You guys are so inspiring. The street food looks spectacular!

    (Don’t mind me, I’m one of Janessa’s friends and read this blog now and then!)

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