Street Foods in Jaipur
That’s a typical street food scene in Jaipur, Rajasthan State, India. The vendor is selling hot samosas to the buyer. These are the Mouth Watering Street Foods in Jaipur easily available any where and every where.
Rajasthani street food
Be it street food or delicious Rajasthani thali meals in any of the restaurants in Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan State, the taste will not disappoint you.
Rajasthani Vegetarian Thali Meals
Of all the cuisines in India, the Rajasthani cuisine is the most liked one and that’s why you can find Rajasthani food even in southernmost part of India.
The majority of the Rajasthanis are pure vegetarian and as such you will find only vegetarian snacks and lunch in the streets of Jaipur.
The Jaipur street is where you can buy the famous Bikaneri Bhujia, Mirchi bajji (green chili based snack) and a range of colorful chutneys.
In this blog post, I will tell you most of the Street Foods in Jaipur that you can and must taste in Jaipur where you will certainly go one day to see the incredible palaces built with pink stone, lovely lakes, and the colorful attire of the rural Rajasthani women.
The Must Eat Street Foods in Jaipur
Papad is eaten both as a snack or with lunch or dinner. It is a street food in Jaipur that is sold in most of the Rajasthani cities and villages.
2. Pani poori (Gol Gappa)
This highly eaten street food must be a native of Rajasthan. Its native name is Gol Gappa but everyone knows this street food as ‘pani poori’. In Jaipur, they call it ‘pani patasi’ that is 100% street food as it is not sold in restaurants.
Though it is sold by hundreds of vendors in the streets of Jaipur, the most mentioned outlet for this street food in Jaipur is Nand chaat house located in Fashion Street.
If you want to know the full address, here it is:
Fashion St, Raja Park, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302004
Now, this tasty street food of Jaipur is available even in foreign countries such as Canada, SriLanka, and England.
3. Bikaneri Bhujia
Besan (lentil flour) is the basic ingredient. The Jaipuris are skilled enough to make a range of bhujias using just the besan and moth beans. The taste differs only slightly between the bhujias due to using different flavoring herbs. They are identified by non-Rajasthanis only by shape.
Tourists to Jaipur or to any other part of Rajasthan used to buy the Bilaneri bhujia in bulk and take them to their hometown for distribution among relatives and friends.
4. Pyaaz Kachori
Oh yes, pyass (onion) kachoris, the street foods in Jaipur are the most sought-after snack among the local residents and the tourists.
Kachoris are fried pastry with some fillings that enhance the taste.
People throng the Rawat Misthan Bhandar throughout the day to eat this Jaipur street food specialty.
5. Street Foods in Jaipur: Mirchi Bada
This Jaipur street food is a poor man’s breakfast. Now, these Street Foods in Jaipur have become a favorite evening snack for everyone without exception. Any snack that has ‘besan’ as its basic ingredient becomes delicious when it is deep fried.
In other parts of India such as Bangalore or Madras, this green chili snack is called ‘mirchi bajji’. This Street Food in Jaipur is also available in restaurants of Jaipur.
Instead of using green chili, potato or banana wedges are also dipped in the batter of besan and deep fried.
Served with green chutney, mirchi bada makes an all-time favorite street food in India.
6. Kathi Roll
Slightly expensive because of the filling, this famous street food in Jaipur is a favorite among students who assume they are eating healthy food whereas it is equally a junk food like another street food.
The Indian flatbread called ‘roti’ rolled after a range of food such as vegetables and cottage cheese are spread over the roti and then rolled. Though Kathi roll is Indian street food, it is eaten in American style by dipping it in tomato ketchup, only it is diluted in Jaipur street food kiosks.
7.Street Foods in Jaipur: Malpaua
Malpaua is a sweet dish that served on a porcelain plate in Jaipur streets. It is very different in taste when compared with other North Indian sweets.
8. Alwar ka Mawa
Alwar is a city in Rajasthan state. Mawa is milk sweet that is predominantly sold as street food and in sweet stalls also. It is more of condensed milk cooked as solid.
Dried fruits or raisins used to garnish the sweet.
This is a very delicious sweet which, once tasted will make you want more and more. It has a heavenly fragrance too because of using pure saffron shreds which also makes the curd turn into a lovely yellow.
Recently innovated versions of these Jaipur street foods include mango as a flavor. When a few seeds of cardamom are added, Shrikhand can make you visit Jaipur frequently.
10. Street Foods in Jaipur: Ghevar Rabri
Rabri is basically Punjabi sweet and the Ghevar Rabri of Jaipur is a specialty of Rajasthan State. I read this sweet delicacy is seasonal only. It is made and sold only during a particular festival known as ‘Raksha Bhandan’ a day for showing affection by brothers and sisters.
Pyaz Kachori is my favorite whenever I visit Jaipur. Informative post.
Mouthwatering post, each one so attractive…
Some of them look very tempting.