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HOT! 7 Street Foods You Must Try When You Are In Jammu

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Everybody who comes to enjoy his vacation in Jammu and Kashmir usually plan for Katra, Vaishno Devi and Srinagar of course! So, tourists hardly get a chance to explore the local food of Jammu. Luckily, I have lived in Jammu for good time now and possibly covered most of the street food.


1.KALARI:




Kalari a typical traditional Dogri snack.It is a milk product indigenously known as ‘kalari’ by the forefathers. The traditional method of preparation of kalari do resemble with the paneer only with a trivial difference.Most people love to it kalari kulcha with chutney. Alot of vendors in gole market serve you with finger-licking Kalari kulcha. It is mouth-watering  and one can  certainly develop craving for it.

2.WAZWAN:




The heart and soul of Kashmiri cuisine.The rich, redolent dishes steeped in traditions have evolved through many generations and are known to be a blend of three different cooking styles - that of Kashmiri Pandits, Muslims and Mughals.The cuisine is lavishing and one can not stop licking fingers. Rista,tabak maas, rogan josh and gushtaba are finest dishes of wazwan served best by Flavors of kashmir, Mughal darbar & zaika.

3.KACHALU:




The 'king of street food' in Jammu also, called Taro in English is an amazing spicy & sour street food.These are finger-licking good the ones with sour tooth must try this.No matter how fiery you are feeling while eating kachalu but you will end up eating the whole bowl. Girdhari servers you with the best kachalu in the city for past so many years.


4.RAJMA KULCHA/ Rice (DABB):




Another delicacy form the street of jammu is rajma kulcha!It is a perfect thing to eat to fill your stomach as well as soothen your tongue .Dabb here means that the kulcha is sliced and mixed with rajma. The best rajma kulcha is served by Banwari in raghunath bazar.There is a heavy rush of  food lovers.He also servers Rajma chawal and the best part there is nothing available after 3 pm.


5.KAHWA  CHAI:




Also called kashmiri kahwa is a traditional green tea in Jammu & Kashmir.The tea is made by boiling green tea leaves with saffron strands, cinnamon bark, cardamom pods and occasionally Kashmiri roses to add a great aroma. Generally, it is served with sugar or honey and crushed dry fruits.With every sip to feel enriched and enliven.

6.BHALLE & GULGULLE:




Well! I am not talking about dhai bhalle but I am talking about yet another type of bhalle.A very famous street food of jammu bhalle and gulgulle.A fried snack made from pulses which are best served with shredded radish and green chutney. An old shop in  moti bazar serves with tangy and spicy bhalle & gulgulle.Just the site of this mouthwatering delicacy is enough for people to forget everything about street eating stigma and dig into these small bundles of joy.

7.NOON CHAI:




Also termed pink chai,sheer chai is expended drink.However,this tea is not sweet in its flavor.Noon which means salt and chai means tea it is salty to taste and different from other varieties of teas available in India.  A variant preparation of this tea also includes sugar & salt both. It is bracing and reviating to drink.

8.KANDUR BAKERY:




Amidst the love for the famous ultimate banquet wazwan, these Tawi city folks also have a special place in their heart for bakery items usually teamed up with  noon chai. Kandurs can be found in every part of the city most kandurs bake bread like sheermal, baqerkhani, modur kulcha and flat breads like tilvur and girda. These  melt- in-the- mouth breads are  divine in texture and taste.



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