Agra is the 24th most populated city in the state of Uttar Pradesh of India. It is a tourist spots in itself. There is the Taj Mahal which is the symbol of love. So anyhow it is supposed to be the favorite spot for couples. There are many other activities which can be done in Agra apart from visiting tourist spots. For example, eating, playing, dancing, etc. We came to know about all the specialties of Agra on
same day Agra tour by train.
Bedai and Jalebi
There are many delectable Dishes in Agra that you will never forget. We are going to talk about the local street food of Agra. The first one is Bedai and Jalebi. Bedai is a puffy bread of whole wheat which is then fried. It is eaten with hot lentils, potatoes with a dollop of curd or spicy green vegetables. To compensate the impact of the pungent spices, there are Jalebis. They are round and complex in shape. They are little sticky because they are soaked into hot sugary syrup after being deep fried. You can find it at GMB Gopika sweets and Food Plaza and Deviram Sweets and Restaurant.
It is a dry snack or Namkeen. It can be eaten with cold drinks, tea or coffee. It is made up of lentils, nuts and spices. It is very crispy. It is made by frying into oil. It is little greasy. The packaging of Dal Moth is often done in boxes or airtight containers. It is available at Panchi Petha, a Pastry Shop or other Namkeen shops. It is a good to go snack. If you are extremely hungry then you may have it with any drink. You will be comfortable for some time.
Needless to say, Agra ka Petha is one of the most famous dishes of India. It is made up of white pumpkin. It's sweet with sugar syrup inside it. It is juicy. There are two types of Petha. One is dry and the other is sugary. You can easily find it at the railway stations of Agra also. There are various flavors in it. For example, coconut, pineapple, saffron, etc. The best Petha in Agra is found at Panchi Petha in Sadar Bazar.
Puris are small fried chapatis. It is prepared as chapatis are made and then it is fried unlike chapatis. Puris are served with vegetable curries. Puri-vegetable is a complete meal. The vegetable of potato with Puris is ideal. This combination is also used as ambrosia while worshipping Goddess Durga. You may get the authentic taste of Puri with vegetable in Johari Bazar and Kinari Bazar at reasonable price.
Aloo Chaat is a pure street vendor style dish. It is very simple to make. Potatoes are boiled, mashed a little and then put in the plate. Then some Namkeens are served over it. The next is the turn of Sweet Tamarind Chutney followed by Green Chilli Chutney and some spices. This is a combination of sweet and sour taste. It can be prepared at home also. But if you want to taste the Aloo Chaat of Agra please go to Aloo Chaat wala.