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Best vegetarian dishes in Old Delhi

Various shops in Parathe Wali Gali can serve you excellent deep-fried Parathas. Filled with different kinds of vegetables, these parathas are deep-fried and are served with Aloo Matar, Pickled Vegetables, and sweet Imli Chutney.

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Best vegetarian dishes in Old Delhi

Old Delhi is a beautiful Mughal architecture destination. Everyone knows the bylanes of Old Delhi have amazing Mughal architecture, tasty kebabs, delicious biriyani, and spicy kormas. Old Delhi breathes Mughal History and its fantastic eateries. But what about the delicious vegetarian dishes that are there in old Delhi. Let’s look at some mind-boggling vegetarian dishes that feature on the streets there-

Best Vegetarian Dishes of Old Delhi-

Rabdi Jalebi

One of the oldest dishes of Purani Dilli. You can have it from the Old Famous Jalebi Wala, which is just opposite Central Baptist Church. It is deep-fried in desi ghee, these jalebis are quite heavy and when combined with the thick rabdi, it produces an excellent flavour in our mouth.

Dahi Bhalle at Natraj

This dish is something that no vegetarian should miss. When you take a walk from Chandni Chowk metro station towards the main market, you will see a small shop on your right, which is right opposite to the Paratha Wali Gali. The spongy fluffy bhalle are served with thick and cold curd with lip-smacking chutneys and a masala sprinkled over with fresh pomegranate seeds.

 

Daulat Ki Chaat

It’s a dessert, which is delicious and it is known to melt in your mouth. Available only during winters, this dessert is prepared during the wee hours and goes out of stock before you even know it. If you are a fan of dense makkhan malai, then you must head to Khemchand’s Daulat Ki Chaat, which is situated near Naughara Jain Temple in Kinari Bazar.

 

Deep-fried Parathe

Various shops in Parathe Wali Gali can serve you excellent deep-fried Parathas. Filled with different kinds of vegetables, these parathas are deep-fried and are served with Aloo Matar, Pickled Vegetables, and sweet Imli Chutney. Some shops have the option of including Kaddu Ki Sabzi with parathas. From aloo, mooli and gobhi (the common parathas to bhindi and papad paratha) there is no dearth of options for those who love parathas.

 

Black Jalebi

Sultanji Sweets & Snacks has this unusual Black Jalebis that’s just amazing and has a taste that can provide tough competition to the orange jalebis. Situated in Matia Mahal Bazaar near Jama Masjid, these black jalebis are only made of khoya and potato starch and absolutely gluten-free.

Kulle Ki Chaat

Do you love fresh fruits and vegetables? If yes, then Kulle Ki Chaat is a must to try, it is incredible and a must try in Dilli 6. This doesn’t just sound different, it tastes different and its availability lies in Hira Lal Chaat Wala near Chawri Bazar. This chaat is served in a cup made of fruit or vegetable like orange and cucumber with pomegranate seeds and boiled chickpeas in them and a blend of spices sprinkled over.

Kheer

One can wonder what’s so special about kheer that one wants to experience. A place in Bazar Sirkiwalan called Bade Miyan ki Kheer serves one of the best kheers in Delhi. Bade Miyan ki kheer is extremely thick and has a fudge-like consistency, and its serving is done cold. One bite of this flavourful kheer and you will not at all regret to visit Old Delhi.

Kachori with Spicy Aloo Sabzi

For those who have a taste bud for spicy food should try these crispy deep-fried kachoris with Aloo Ki Sabzi, whose spiciness can blow your mind. You can get these kachoris at Jung Bahadur Kachori Wala, which is based in Maliwara and are quite reasonably priced.

Karachi Halwa

Karachi Halwa is quite chewy and is super-delicious. It is made with cornflour and ghee, this halwa is also known as Bombay Halwa and is a sinful treat for anyone with a sweet tooth. To get the best Karachi Halwa one has to visit The Chaina Ram sweet shop, which is located near the Fatehpuri Masjid.

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