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Small Town magic – The Best Street Food

 

I am not usually prone to making comments about ‘best’ since it is realistically not possible to test it all before making such a declaration that would be true.

But these were so good that there is a need to make some superlative comment.

The best Alu tikkis Best-alu-Tikki-in-the-world-1

Best-alu-Tikki-in-the-world-2

Best-alu-Tikki-in-the-world-3

Their maker that I am grateful to.

 

Now for the best jalebis in the world

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Best-jalebi-1

Best-jalebi-2Wholesome Desi Ghee Fat…. sends out the fragrance to the entire neighborhood

 

Best-jalebi-7‘Fried until golden’

 

Best-jalebi-4Adding the fried jalebis to thick sugar syrup

 

 

 

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Ready to eat crispy fried jalebis!

An absolute MUST-EAT on every trip to India!

The Goddess of Food must be as happy as the greatest devotee of food is!

jm

Aug 2013

One comment on “Small Town magic – The Best Street Food

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