Kulcha Chola are one of the most popular street foods in Delhi. You will find many street vendors selling them on street sides with the cholas (white chick peas) gravy served out of large Brass Pots. Kulcha is a leavened flat bread without Yeast. The Kulchas have a property of remaining soft even if they are heated and then cooled, so they can also be stored in the refrigerators for eating afterwards.
CHOLA BHATURA/ POORI CHOLE
A wholesome meal most popular in the streets of North India, specially Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and Delhi. The Cholas are a spicy mix of chick peas cooked with lots of Onions, Tomato and Ginger Garlic and Masalas. The Poori/Bhatura is fried flattened bread made from Whole Wheat Atta/Maida flour. Common accompaniment is Lassi with this dish.
A wholesome meal most popular in North India. The Cholas are a spicy mix of chick peas cooked with lots of Onions, Tomato and Ginger Garlic and Masalas. This is had along with freshly cooked basmati rice with a topping of desi ghee.
Delhi is most popular for various types of chaats. These chaats are especially those sold by street side vendors. These include aloo tikki chola, fried aloo chaat, dahi aloo tikki.
MAA KI THAALI
This is the version of home cooked meal provided by mothers at home and the name is derived from it. It comes with a daily combination serving of gravy and dry subzi. To be enjoyed with 2 Tawa Paranthas and Rice. Pickle and Salad are accompaniments with this mini meal.