Snack Attack: Afternoon Snacks Around The World.
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Samosas And Pani Puri, India – India’s cuisine is as vibrant and diverse as its people, and there’s a multitude of delectable street snacks to choose from when you need to refuel. Samosas are popular across the subcontinent, with each region putting its own spin on these delicious fried pockets filled with zesty herbs, spices and veggies or meat, usually eaten with sweet or savoury sauces. Pani puri or gol gappe is another beloved street eat, consisting of puffy fried bread stuffed with various fillings, often using potato, chickpea, onion, chilli, tamarind and a mix of spices. Again, the flavours and ingredients vary from region to region. Washing it all down is a cup of chai tea, an infusion of black tea with strong spices, such as ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, cloves and black peppercorns.