If there’s anything that Madhya Pradesh is known for besides its cultural heritage and wildlife, it’s the delicious and the ever-so-tempting street food. From the well-known dishes like Poha and Bhutte ka Kees to some undiscovered and underrated wonders like the bun omelette from the iconic Chappan Dukaan, Madhya Pradesh has managed to leave its mark on India’s street food industry, so much so, that visiting MP and not having its street food would be sheer blasphemy against the foodie in you.
The Quint got renowned food bloggers Amrita Rana and Adarsh Munjal to review the street food from Madhya Pradesh in all its glory and needless to say, they couldn't help but love it. Have a look:
Madhya Pradesh’s street food has a plethora of dishes to offer that would be like a party for your taste buds. From the double-fried, liberally marinated teekha Garadu to sugar boiled meetha Malpua, to the Coconut Patties which are perfect amalgamation of Teekha and Meetha, MP’s street food has a range, rather a spectrum of different tastes to offer that never fails to please anyone. So what are you waiting for? Throw a party for your taste buds and dig your spoons (and hands) into the delicacies from the heart of India.