Healthy Street Food in India

Eating healthy does not have to mean you are only dining at top restaurants. Nowadays, getting nutritious meals on the go is easier than ever. Street food is no longer limited to greasy fast food favorites; an abundance of delicious, fresh, and healthy options is now just as readily accessible. Street food can be just as satisfying and, much of the time, a lot more affordable than their restaurant counterparts. You need to know where to look. Here are some of the best-known healthy street foods that are delicious and guilt-free. A staple of South India, Idli and Dosa have made their way into the northern part of India as street food. Both are made with urad dal and rice, providing protein, health, and long-lasting energy. Idlis are steamed, so there are no extra ingredients, and even though dosa is made with oil, the quantities are so small and very thin that you end up consuming only a little of the oil. Both are served with sambar or coconut chutney, which is also a healthy and nutritious ingredient

Corn is a natural grain, so there is nothing wrong with it. It is low in calories and fat, a good source of protein and fiber, and contains antioxidants like beta-carotene and ferulic acid. Corn on the cob is served with lemon, a good vitamin C source, and some chaat masala, which can be safely consumed in small amounts. Corn on the cob is healthy and one of India’s most nutritious street foods.

Contrary to popular belief, Bhel Puri from Mumbai Nagariya is not bad for health. It is made from puffed rice (murmura), a light meal, and a good source of fiber, protein, and much-needed carbohydrates. Chopped vegetables like tomatoes, onions, and potatoes are added. With lemon and green chili sauce, this street food is completely free of unhealthy ingredients.