While exploring the streets of Indore, she posted a couple of videos and images. In one of them she looks scared of eating Fire Paan. Fire Paan basically consists of fresh betel leaves, chuna, chutney, masala and pudina. To light the paan, flame liquid clove is used.
03/6Gulab Jamun and Kala Jamun
As she visited a street stall to taste Gulab Jamun/Kala Jamun, her Instagram story read “Will finish the entire market.” Are you also feeling like ordering these delights right away?
These potato tikkis, drenched in hot oil look super tempting. In general, the crispy tikkis are served with green and red chutney with a topping of Indian spices.
According to Nia, Coconut Crush is the best thing that one can explore on the streets of Indore. It is basically a thick concoction made with coconut water, coconut milk, pineapple and mint leaves.
06/6And we loved it too!
We thank Nia, for this quick tour of Indore’s street food market and it inspires us to explore it soon. In case you are planning a trip to Indore, do share your experience with us by tagging on Instagram @toifood.