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Top 10 Street Foods In Kashmir

Top 10 Street Foods In Kashmir

Kashmir in either summer or winter is a beautiful sight. The snow-covered mountains and the frozen lakes are a breathtaking sight. And the best part is that you can enjoy all this while indulging in some delicious Street food dishes.

From the fragrant aromas of traditional spices to the sizzle of delectable snacks, Kashmir’s street food scene is a vibrant tapestry of flavors and textures, drawing inspiration from its stunning natural landscapes and centuries-old culinary traditions. Whether you’re strolling through bustling markets or quaint alleyways, prepare to indulge your senses in an array of mouthwatering delights that capture the essence of Kashmiri cuisine. 

There are a variety of street foods to choose from, ranging from Harissa, masale tsot, to nader monje and Tujje. Each snack has its own unique flavor and texture, making it a perfect choice for any time of day.  So if you’re ever in Kashmir in winter, be sure to try some of these delicious dishes to warm up your body and soul.

In this blog, we will explore the delicious and popular street foods of Kashmir. From hearty stews to comforting desserts, there is something for everyone to enjoy. So grab a bite and come explore with us!

1. Masale Tsote

MASALE TSOTE

Kashmir is a land of rich culture and cuisine, and the Masale Tsot street food is a perfect example of this. This traditional street food of Kashmir is a delicious lavaas bread roll filled with piping hot mashed chickpeas and topped with a spicy chutney made with radish, onion, and spices. It’s perfect for anyone looking for a hearty and flavorful snack on the go!

For a mere Rs 10, one can indulge in this wholesome treat comprising boiled chickpea paste, marinated in flavorful spices, served on Lavasaa (Kashmiri bread) with zesty radish chutney and yoghurt. Street vendors have been serving up Masali Tchot for decades, proving that this humble snack continues to reign supreme, defying the allure of branded fast-food outlets.

Nader Monje

KASHMIRI NADER MONJE

The main ingredient is the Lotus stem in this dish. The stem is dipped in rice flour and besan. Salt and other spices are added and then fried. The outer covering is very crispy, and when you eat it, it melts in your mouth leaving behind a taste that’ll keep you craving for more. 

They have a crispy outer texture that’s absolutely addicting – you’ll definitely want more once you’ve had a taste! Its garnished with paprika and salt spread.

Harissa

It is one of the favorite and famous delicacies in Kashmir during winters. In this dish the mutton is cooked with a variety of spices and oil until it forms a thick paste. This traditional mutton dish is usually eaten during winters and tastes best when served with Kashmiri bread, known as “girda” kander Tchot. It takes complete day;s work to make it so unique and exquisite.

Halwe Paraath

kashmiri HALWE PARAATH

This dish comprises two parts. The first one, Halwa, is made of Semolina or Suji. The second part is the Paratha which is made out of flour. What’s special about this paratha is that it has a 3ft diameter! It’s something that Kashmiris live to buy. It’s a sweet delicacy, must be eaten hot, and definitely, a must try! 

Seekh Tujje

kashmiri SEEKH TUJJE

Seekh Tujj, a delectable Kashmiri street food, is a culinary gem that captures the essence of the region’s rich and diverse flavours. This savoury delight consists of succulent skewered meat, typically lamb or chicken, marinated in a blend of aromatic spices and yoghurt. The name “Seekh Tujj” itself evokes a sense of intrigue and indulgence. After marination, the meat is threaded onto skewers and grilled to perfection, resulting in tender, smoky morsels bursting with flavour. Seekh Tujj is often served with traditional Kashmiri flatbreads like naan or sheermal, accompanied by tangy chutney.

Tille Karre

kashmiri TILLE KARRE

Looking for a delicious and filling snack? Look no further than Tille Karre! This Kashmiri snack is made of dried green peas dipped in gram flour and then deep fried until golden brown. So if you’re looking for something quick and tasty, Tille Karre is perfect! This is garnished with paprika and salt.

Khand Gazzir

kashmiri KHAND GAZZIR

These delightful candies are made of flour dough and ghee, which are then dipped in sugar syrup. It’s a traditional and crispy snack, that not only children but adults love too, and it gives out flavor as soon as you eat it. 

Laale Shangram

kashmiri LAALE SHANGRAM

This food is as interesting as it sounds. It is a delicacy made out of flour, suji, and sugar and then deep-fried in ghee. It is crispy and rough on the outside, but it has a spongy texture as soon as you chew it. 

Beasrakh

kashmiri BEASRAKH methaye

Kashmiri sweet delicacy known as Beasrakh is an explosion of flavor that will leave your taste buds explode with flavor. Basrakh is traditional sweet dish. It is made out of flour and ghee, then is baked and dipped into the sugar syrup. Dry fruits are then sprinkled over to enhance the taste of Basrakh. 

Monji Gaade

kashmiri MONJI GAADE

If you love seafood, especially fish, then this is something you’re missing out on. It’s a fish snack, in which the fish is first dipped in rice flour and besan, to which then is added salt and a little food color, and then deep-fried. It is a perfect snack for the fish lover in you! 

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