When you think of Chandigarh street food, your mind automatically envisions chole bhature, naan, momos, and pani puri, right? But have you ever stumbled upon the delectable delight of "phaley" in Chandigarh? What's phaley, you ask? Well, it is a Tibetan food, a deep-fried wonder stuffed with minced meat or veggies. In a culinary adventure, four sisters hailing from Sikkim, now living in Chandigarh, decided to introduce their homeland's flavours to this union territory. A video of these spirited siblings is taking Instagram by storm. The foodie community is showing support by posting positive reactions in the comment section.
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In the video, one of the four sisters can be seen expertly deep-frying cheese and paneer phaley. Once they are perfectly golden, she serves them up on a paper plate, alongside some chutneys. In the clip, she also shares, "Actually hum log Sikkim se hai, to hum bahut proud feel karte hai Sikkim ko leke [Actually we are from Sikkim and we feel extremely proud about that]."
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The video's caption reveals that this Tibetan street-side cart can be found in Sector 41 D, Chandigarh.
Take a look at the video below:
With 914K views, this video has been liked over 30 thousand times. Food enthusiasts showed appreciation in the comment section.
A user said, “Very very nice.”
Another one added, “Looks yummy.”
“Love how she serves with all the love,” read a comment.
A person penned, “The way she is attending customers is really nice.”
Would you like to try phaley? Let us know in the comments.