Sharing a delish treat from Saurashtra, the Madhuri Gujarati Khaman is a favourite among Indoris
Serving a delightful array of lip-smacking meals, there's no doubt that Indore is truly a street food heaven. From the spicy moong bhajiya and dabeli to the uniquely flavored garadu and butte ki khees, not to mention the variety of namkeens, the markets of Indore truly cater to everyone's cravings.
One iconic street food marvel found on the streets of Indore is the spongy Khaman (Dhokla) from the renowned Madhuri Gujarati Khaman wala of the Pardeshipura Route.
With zesty condiments and bhujiya, this Khaman is a must-try in Indore
The spicy, tangy and incredibly spongy Khaman offered by this particular vendor has gained widespread fame along his regular route, stretching from Pardeshipura to Malwa Mill. His loyal customers patiently await his arrival as he wanders on his battery rickshaw along the main road and its bylanes.
With three decades of experience in the same profession, this seller sells his flavourful Khaman, loaded with zesty condiments and crunchy bhujiya. Nowadays, he moves through this lane between 4 pm and 8 pm in the evening, signalling his arrival with the familiar chime of a bell that draws in eager customers.
If by chance, you happen to stroll along that route in the evening, be sure to keep a lookout for Madhuri Gujarati Khaman wala for a delectable streetside treat.