Sev is a bright yellow snack much thinner and crispier than bhujia, here is an interesting video that shows the making of the famous Indore nylon sev.
Indore Market: The name of Chappan market comes from the 'Chappan bhog' that is traditionally prepared on the occasion of Janamashtami to celebrate the birth of Lord Krishna.
Indore is a haven for street food lovers. We picked out the best food shops giving the ideal opportunity to walk the culinary path of the city.
Indore has received two tags from FSSAI for being 'Clean Street Food Hubs' serving good quality and hygienic street food.
Indore police surprised a delivery food executive in the best way possible! The police's humanitarian deed has won the praises of many people.
Food vlogger went to Indore to try all the famous street foods. His videos are quite entertaining to watch.
An Australian journalist visited Indore for covering the India vs Australia test match, where he tried the city's famous poha.
Imagine ice cream, but made with green chillies! A street food vendor in Indore has managed to create exactly this.
Indore's culinary heritage has been shaped by its diverse demographic with influences from the city's large Marwari and Maharashtrian communities.
A customer at a restaurant in Indore was left shocked after he found bones in his vegetable biryani order.