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Kachori Sabzi, Chena Dahi Vada: Street Foods That You Must-Try In Varanasi

Kachori Sabzi, a popular breakfast dish in Varanasi, comes in two types: Badi Kachori stuffed with Dal Ki Pithi lentil mixture and Choti Kachori with mashed potato mix. The dish is served with tangy.

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Chura Matar is a unique Banarasi twist on Poha, a winter delicacy popular during the influx of winter produce in the local markets.

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Dahi Vada, a popular North Indian street food, is a yogurt-coated deep-fried dumpling filled with chutneys, often served as a party snack or appetizer.

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Baati Chokha is a popular Indian dish from Banaras, consisting of baati and chokha, a hearty and delicious meal.

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Meethe Golgappe, also known as Dahi Chutney wale Gol Gappe, serves spicy and sweet pani, similar to Chaat Papdi, with plain Benarasi Gol Gappe and Dahi Chutney with sweet curds.

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Tomatoes can be diced, mashed, or pulped, with spices like ginger, chilli, sugar, salt, aam papad, raisin, dates, and peanuts, and can be prepared using ripe red or green tomatoes.

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Thandai, an Indian cold drink made from almonds, fennel seeds, watermelon kernels, rose petals, pepper, and sugar, is popular during Maha Shivaratri and Holi festivals.

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