12 Indian Vegetarian Snacks You Must Try

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Masala Dosa

A dish originating in the South. Due to its wide range of both sweet as well as savory versions, it's popular throughout India.

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Dahi Vada

It is a type of chaat that originated from Karnataka, India and is popular in South Asia. It is prepared by soaking Vadas in thick dahi.

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Chole Bhature

It is a North Indian dish that consists of Chana Masala (a spicy stew) and Bhatura/Puri, deep-fried bread made from flour. It's originally from Delhi and Uttar Pradesh.

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It is a family of snacks which originated in India and is typically served as an appetizer or street food throughout India. Chaat has roots in parts of India and is popular in the rest of South Asia.

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Kanda Poha

Poha recipe is a popular Maharashtrian breakfast made from flattened rice, herbs, spices and Kanda (onion).

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Pav Bhaji

It is a traditional Indian dish consisting of a thin, spicy vegetable curry served in a soft bread roll. Maharashtra is where the recipe originates from.

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Idli or idly is a type of rice cake native to the Indian subcontinent and Southern India that is popular for breakfast items in Sri Lanka.

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Litti Chokha

Also known as baati, is sometimes combined with chokha, which are dishes native to the Indian states of Bihar and Uttar Pradesh.

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It is a vegetarian, Indian delicacy that originates in the state of Gujarat and is popular all over India. 

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Vada Pav 

 A dish native to the state of Maharashtra, was created as an inexpensive street food in Mumbai. It is now served in snack bars and restaurants throughout the country.

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Paneer Pakora

A famous Indian snack food that's made with paneer in batter. These turn out delicious and mildly spicy.

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A meal often served in the cuisines of South Asian countries. It is made from rice and lentils (dal).

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