Top 20 Fast Foods Of Bhopal


1. Poha

This flat rice originating in Indore is flattened into light dry flakes. When they absorb water or any liquid they swell due to which they become easily digestible. This is popular across Madhya Pradesh and is a tasty fast food item. Being one of the Indian cuisines, it never runs out of trend.


2. Kusli

Kusli is an Indian recipe and a special item for the people living in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. The ingredients used are white flour, ghee, and semolina. The batter is rolled and then fried with raisins. This sweet dish is quick, reliable and tasty too.


3. Ratlami Sev

Ratlami Sev is a fried and crispy snack with ingredients like gram flour, pepper, clove and other spices present in it. This is a specialty from Ratlam city in Madhya Pradesh. The addition of the spices makes this gives a unique taste in comparison to other sevs. It is also a favourite snack item among the Vegetarians in India.


4. Sabudana Pearls

Sabudana Pearls or Khichdi is a breakfast dish and is also considered as a fast food for festivals like Navratri. Sabudana means tapioca or sago. This dish would be tasteless if not for the spices. It is simple and easy to make. The recipe is preparing boiled potatoes with curry leaves and spices with the addition of peanuts which is added for the crunch.


5. Jalebi

Jalebi or Zulbia is a sweet which is common in many countries of South Asia. The recipe is deep frying of Maida flour (all-purpose flour) and then soaking these circular shaped pieces in sugar syrup. They have a crystallized sugary exterior coating and sometimes the syrup might contain lime juice or rose water in it.


6. Bhutte Ka Kees

Bhutte is a popular and tasty street food item in Bhopal. Bhutta means corn in Hindi and Kees is in Marathi. It is a fulfilling snack in a medium sized bowl and satisfies you completely and your tummy too.


7. Puri Palak

Palak Puri is a mixture of wheat flour and spinach with some other spices. The preferred combination is with mango chutney and chili pickle. It serves as a Lunch recipe alongside potato curry which completes your meal. The other ingredients used are butter, ginger paste, and curd.


8. Ganthiya

Ganthiya or Gathiya is a deep fried Indian snack item made up of chickpea flour. These are soft but not crunchy, unlike other finger foods. The sweeter version of this fast food is Mitha which is common in Gujarat. These are of different types such as Papdi and Potato Gathiya.


9. Aloo Tikki

Aloo Tikki is a North Indian recipe snack which is made of boiled potatoes, onions, and different curry spices. Aloo means potato and Tikki means a small cutlet in Hindi. This item is also famous in Pakistan and Bangladesh. It is demand over tea time during the evening.


10. Chicken Nuggets

Here meat is breaded and then it is baked or fried in Vegetable oil. This item is common in many fast food restaurants and also has a vegetarian alternative. Nuggets can be moulded in any shape as per the customer’s desire.


11. Pilaf With Peas And Carrots

Pilaf is a dish which has cooked rice in a seasoned broth. It may attain brown or golden colour depending on whether it is cooked by frying or not in oil before the addition of broth which happens only in some cases. The other ingredients included are sautéed onion and vegetables with a mixture of spices. Peas and Carrots will enhance the taste by bringing flavour to it.


12. Vada Pav

Vada Pav or Wada Pav is a Vegetarian fast food item with its origin from the Indian state of Maharashtra. The main ingredients in this dish are mashed potatoes in boiled water, gram flour, spices, and bread bun. In Gujarat, there will be shallow roasting of this bread pao in garlic chutney with the addition of butter for a spicier flavour.


13. Pani Puri

Pani Puri is a street snack common in several regions of India and is in demand by students as they find it appealing to meet their hunger needs after an exhaustive day at school/college. In the Eastern part of India, its name is Phuchhka while in North India it is called Golgappa.


14. Bread Ras Malai

Ras Malai is a sweet dish or dessert made out of bread and milk. This is a quick and easy recipe which will save time when unexpected guests visit your home. It also consists of Saffron for enhancing the taste and adds flavour of it.


15. Tawa Pulao

If you like the Chinese Fried rice, then you will find this dish appetizing and appealing. This dish is Steamed rice with vegetables and Pav Bhaji masala. The recipe is easy and the taste is irresistible to any person.


16. Daal Bafla

Dal Bafla or popularly known as Daal Baati is an Indian dish originating from Rajasthan but is also a common fast food item in Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh. It is one of the popular Rajasthani food items where firewood is in used for baking it with ghee.


17. Pav Bhaji

Pav Bhaji is a fast food dish originating from Maharashtra which consists of a thick vegetable curry with a soft bread pieces rolled in butter. The ingredients used are potatoes, tomatoes for the gravy and onions and spices in correct proportions for the taste.


18. Aloo Paratha

Aloo Paratha is one of the most preferred breakfast dishes in the Western region of the Indian. It consists of stuffed mixture of mashed potatoes with spices in the dough and is preferably combined with butter, chutney or any Indian pickles.


19. Malpua

Malpua is a pancake which acts as a dessert or a snack in Bhopal and also in Bangladesh. It is also a popular dish in Orissa used in the form of offerings to Lord Jagannath of Puri. It is a traditional sweet of whole Northern India and you can find this item during the festival of Sankranti in West Bengal.


20. Khaman Idli

Dhokla or Besan idly is one of the famous South Indian Dishes and also in Central part of India. It is easy to make and also good for health and at the same time, it tastes delicious too. This dish can be eaten with coconut chutney or sambhar.