5 Must have Indian Street Foods to Try Out at Lala’s Kitchen in Melbourne

India is a land of diverse culture. This diversity reflects in its cuisine as well. One of the most vital as well as delicious parts of Indian cuisine is its variety of street food. Every state in India has its own street food with distinct flavours. While there is a plethora of this throughout the Indian subcontinent, there are a few street delights that every food lover should try at least once in their lives. Given below are a few mouth-watering treats from lanes of the land of spices that you can taste at one of the best Indian restaurants in Melbourne — Lala’s Kitchen.

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The Mythical Origin of Pani Puri

Pani Puri, Gol Gappa, Puchka, Gup Chup, Phulki – One delicacy with so many names. This Indian Street food will always leave you craving for more because of its low satiety quotient. Pani Puri is the tantalizing culinary chaos of flavours that tickles your taste buds. The puri is a crispy hollow ball made of semolina or wheat and filled with spicy potatoes. The puri is then filled with Pani – a tangy, spicy combination of tamarind water made fragrant by mint leaves and black salt. No one can actually pinpoint the origin of this lip-smacking delight but two stories always come to surface when spoken about the history of this heavenly spice affair.

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