Love street food? Here are winter favourites from North India - gazak, chikki, daulat ki chaat and more. If you still haven't tried these delicious winter delights, it's time you must!
Priyanka Chopra posted a picture of her enjoying Delhi's famous Daulat Ki Chaat at the Indian Accent, Lodhi on Wednesday. Cash in my dessert, she captioned the image.
You can call it Dhaulat ki Chaat in Delhi, Malayo in Varanasi, and Nimish in Lucknow but I've always known it as Malai Makhan.
Visit the winding lanes of Chandni Chowk to sample the sweet delicacy, which is mixed with cardamom powder and saffron and topped with powdered sugar, dry fruits and lashings of brown, roasted milk.
With over 190k views, the Twitter post reminded us of the winter delicacy.
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Indian street foods are known worldwide for their taste, diversity and easy accessibility in various cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata and Bangalore to name a few. Few street dishes like kathi rolls, daulat ki chaat, ...