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Gulab Jamuns are the most popular Indian Dessert. Delicious treat consists of soft, melt-in mouth, fried dumplings that are traditionally made of thickened or reduced milk and soaked in a sugar syrup - Picture of Indian Kitchen, McKinney

Photo: Gulab Jamuns are the most popular Indian Dessert. Delicious treat consists of soft, melt-in mouth, fried dumplings that are traditionally made of thickened or reduced milk and soaked in a sugar syrup

Gulab Jamuns are the most popular Indian Dessert. Delicious treat consists of soft, melt-in mouth, fried dumplings that are traditionally made of thickened or reduced milk and soaked in a sugar syrup
Sev Batata Puri - Crispy flat puri, sev boiled potatoes green chutney garlic chutney and tangy date tamarind chutney
Sev Batata Puri is a popular North Indian chaat, which is usually served as a snack. The dish consists of crisp puris topped with sev, potato and onions and then garnished with lemon juice, cilantro and chaat masala. It is often accompanied by spicy chutneys.
Papdi Chaat - A famous Delhi street food, is a crispy sweet, spicy, and tangy chaat that packs a whole lot of flavor, this popular street food is made with crispy papdi (whole wheat crackers), sev (thin gram flour noodles), yogurt, and a variety of chutneys
Pakoras are a delightful Indian snack. Although fritters are traditionally deep-fried in oil, we used our culinary skills to make them even more delicious and healthy. We have made the pakoras with gram flour and made them for a crispy and flavorful experience!

Pakoras are often eaten in India as a snack. It is also popular in other parts of South Asia, East Africa and Southeast Asia. The savory snacks are most commonly made from chickpea batter, or mixed vegetable or lentil batter.
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