13 Not to Miss Monsoon Delicacies

As the rain drops start knocking on the window panes, MOST of us start unveiling the big time foodies in us, isn’t it? Who doesn’t chomp on Pakoras and Tikkas  and Pao Bhaji ALL year round but there sure are delicacies that taste yummier during monsoon.

Here’s an oh-so-TASTY list of 13 not to miss monsoon delicacies. Read on.

*slurp*

  • Bhutta and tinge of lime, black salt and chilly powder

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  • Aloo stuffed bread pakora and green chutney

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  • Chai Chai Chai! Garma garam chai

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  • Hot and sizzling Honey Chilly Potato.

    *drools* 

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  • Rose! Kaala Khatta! Khus! CHUSKI all the way

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  • Tedhi Medhi, teri meri – sabki pyaari JALEBI

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  • Momos with TIRANGI chutney – Mayo, Green chutney and Red Spicy dip

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  • Chocolate Paan? Frozen? or the patent Meetha Paan?

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  • How about Mirchi Pakore to go with your garma garam chai?

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  • Pao Bhaji, maska maarke

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  • Never say no to SAMOSA, even they have FILLINGS

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  • Crispy spring rolls

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  • Kebab teh Tikke Shikke

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    Have more to add to this list? Leave a comment and let us know! Happy Rains 😀

About Namya Mehra

Namya Mehra is a student of Journalism and Mass Communication. Her areas of interest are photography and performing arts. She has a great flair for writing and loves working in areas of content and public relations.

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  1. Kolkata is undoubtedly one of the major gastronomic cities of India. Come rains and the city finds one more excuse to begin feasting on some of the most delightful delicacies. And even though the city has the reputation of drowning within the 30 minutes of the downpour, Bengalis can’t stop themselves from gorging on the street food, gulping it down with some tea and some more tea.

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