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Daulat Ki Chaat in Old Delhi.  Have heard so much about it.

The Truest Sign of Winter in Delhi? The Daulat ki Chaat Wallahs are back in town

#DaulatKiChaat Only found in Delhi during the winter, Daulat ki Chaat is a not-too-sweet frothed milk, whisked overnight and, allegedly, set with the morning dew #Street #Food #India #ekPlate #ekplatedaulatkichaat

Only found in Delhi during the winter, Daulat ki Chaat is a not-too-sweet frothed milk, whisked overnight and, allegedly, set with the morning dew

nagori halwa in #OldDelhi

nagori halwa in

Delicious hand-churned lassi in earthen pots, Old City, Delhi.

Delicious hand-churned lassi in earthen pots, Old City, Delhi

Sweet Clouds #DaulatKiChaat in #Delhi #Street #Food #India #ekPlate #ekplatedaulatkichaat

Dilli ke Pakwaan Festival, 2013

Daulat ki chaat

(or Malaai Makkhan, as it is called in U.) is not a tangy treat of the sort the word chaat evokes. This incredible little dish is made up almost entirely of air: it is essentially just milk froth.

Oh, YUM! Chole Batura. Delhi is famous for its Dilli-ka-Chaat (slang for Delhi street food). Chole batura may not originate from here, but it’s an iconic Delhi snack nevertheless. The chole is a slick of lightly fierce chickpeas, cooked in ghee (clarified butter), with ginger, cumin, coriander, garam masala and mouth-tingling red chilli. The batura is a balloon of hot bread, the ideal complement to and implement for scooping up the moreish chickpea mess…

Chole Batura (Delhi): a clay pot of chole and one batura was one rupee in Pahar Ganj in

Beating #MondayMorningBlues with #Creamrolls in #OldDelhi

Beating with in