Cooking Aaloo Chaat in an Indian street food shop

Aaloo chaat is a popular Indian snack made by first baking potatoes in hot sand, shallow frying them and then sprinkling them with chaat masala, rock salt, lemon juice, tamarind juice and some other ingredients which may differ from place to place.

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Cooking Aaloo Chaat in an Indian street food shop

Aaloo chaat is a popular Indian snack made by first baking potatoes in hot sand, shallow frying them and then sprinkling them with chaat masala, rock salt, lemon juice, tamarind juice and some other ingredients which may differ from place to place.

#streetfood #food #india #indianfood #foodwalk #foodtour
from India Photo Tour https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9G5OAYfQaxY
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Cooking Aaloo Chaat in an Indian street food shop

Aaloo chaat is a popular Indian snack made by first baking potatoes in hot sand, shallow frying them and then sprinkling them with chaat masala, rock salt, lemon juice, tamarind juice and some other ingredients which may differ from place to place.

#streetfood #food #india #indianfood #foodwalk #foodtour
from India Photo Tour https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9G5OAYfQaxY
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Cooking Bedmi Puri in an Indian food shop

Cooking Bedmi Puri in an Indian food shop

. This puri is made of wheat flour, spiced lentils and eaten with potato curry or sometimes with sweet and spicy pumpkin dish.

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Kabbotar-Baazi – A sport played with pigeons

This is a sport called kabootar-baazi in which the players train their pet pigeons. The birds are trained to fly around, make turns, land or takeoff according to instructions provided by either whistling, waving a cloth, shouting etc. Purpose of this sport to attract the pigeons from other flocks. It is a popular sport in many parts of India but rare to see these days because it can be quite expensive.
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