Janta sweet house crowded in night time.
Mixture of dry fruits and sugar for filling the Mava Kachori.
Small balls are made for wrapping in dough.
Wrapping the mixture in dough balls.
Deep frying the Mava Kachori.
Preparing stuffing of onion with mashed potatoes and spices for Pyaaz kachori.
Filling the dough lumps with onion and potato mash.
Shaping the stuffed dough into small disk shape for deep frying.
Deep frying the Pyaaz kachori in hot vegetable oil.
Wrapping long green chilies in potato mix for Mirchi vada.
Chilies covered with potato mix.
Deep frying batter dipped chilies in hot oil.
At a cross-roads towards the clock tower, a sweet shop, hard to miss because of the huge crowd outside it. Janta sweets is a very famous shop in the market, sells fast food as well as traditional sweets and savouries. From morning to evening, breakfast to midday snacks, it serves it all.
A few items which are famous and sell the most are traditional “Pyaz Kachori”, “Mava Kachori” and “Mirchi Pakoda”. Takeaway counter is crowded with people, local and tourists, standing, sitting and eating.
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