More than home food, Indians love street food. You can see many colleges, school students and even job holders around every chaat or pani puri stall in the evening time. We do not need a reason to hang out at the roadside bhel puri-waala or chaat wala.
People love roadside delights even though they know it is highly unhygienic. Street food is loved all over the world but, India is very special. Every state and every city has some specialty when it comes to street food.
The taste of Pani puri is something that we all just can’t resist. Even though it has different names in different states, this particular snack is highly popular.
I know your mouth has started watering already but wait, just hold on your taste buds.
Vadodara Municipal Corporation (VMC) banned pani puri.
Yes. You read that right.
People in Vadodara are experiencing serious disease Jaundice. So, to avoid the spread of disease in the city, this action has been taken. However, this ban is temporary.
VMC performed a raid on 50 pani-puri manufacturers and threw 3500 kgs of potatoes, 4000 kgs of puris and 1200 liters of pani-puri water.
Hope at least after this action, people stop falling sick.
Everyone knows that street food is unhygienic but still people prefer to take that only unless they experience a horrific gastric problem or some other disease. If you are a die-hard street food lover who just cannot resist the urge of digging into roadside delights, then we suggest you prepare those food items in your home.
Health is very important more than anything in this world. If your health is not fine, you can’t even enjoy the day, can’t do any work, and can’t even listen to the song.
How many of you have stopped eating roadside food? Did you try making those roadside delights in your home? After all, cooking is fun. What do you say? Share us in the comments. Wanna stay healthy? Then make sure you follow these food habits.