Happy World Chocolate Day.
If you also believe that a balanced diet is having chocolates in both hands, then today is just the day for you! Celebrated as World Chocolate Day, July 7 is lit with the joy of hearty and cute and you can jump the wagon of this happiness as you savour the goodness of the choicest confections available. And if you wish to notch up the indulgence, THESE 9 chocolatey foods available in Lucknow deserve to be on your menu!
When in Lucknow, you cannot call it a meal until you've had the refreshing bite of a paan! Now, imagine if your paan offers you the gooey goodness of chocolate - is there any way of resisting it? Well, we say no, as we present this widely popular paan preparation, that is a dessert and a fresher.
This dish is the closest Indian rendition of a pancake, which makes it a star favourite among foodies. Available at the Dosa Planet in Lucknow, this South Indian delicacy accentuates the flavours of the cocoa drizzle and concocts a flavour like never before!
"Sugar and spice, and every nice" is the one way to describe this chocolate chai. A brew of the kick of tea and the kiss of chocolate, this tea should definitely be on your must-have food lists! All we're gonna say is that you must try something new - before classic tea lovers charge against us!
Ending your debate with pineapple or no pineapple on pizza, we present to you another quirky delight- chocolate pizza. Get your hands on this baked perfection at the TCR in Lucknow and feel the romance of the cocoa goodness with a cookie-like crust. Traditionally speaking, it may sound outrageous but the chocolate pizza is a great sweet plum that deserves your attention!
For all those who have always called momos the oriental modak, here is another surprise for you. Chocolate momos by Nainital Momos in Lucknow, are pockets of melted chocolates that will redefine your love for this street-side food. Indulge 'mo' and 'mo' in the spiral of the smooth and exquisite texture of this dish, as you celebrate World Chocolate Day!
A shout out to the North Indians at the back, chocolate parathas are yet another dish you can try today or tomorrow (or rather every day!) The crispy crust and chocolate relish characterise this dish, so get set going to the Parathe Wali Gali in Lucknow to feast on this classic serving.
Chocolate Pani Puri
Pani puri is sacred for all street food lovers and trying out this recipe will really be a stretch of faith - but oh-so worth it. These small deep fried appetizers can be found at the Arshad Pani Batashe stall in Lucknow. The only catch is, that you have to visit this place to savour their gracious sweetness!
While kulfis are traditionally made with milk, saffron and dry fruits, you need to try chocolate kulfi at least once. Not too far from the usual ice creams, it has its own unique Indian blends that outshine the regular delights of the same category! Head out to Prakash Kulfi- the kulfi shrine in Lucknow, to experience unexampled royalty.
Samosas are by far the most popular Indian snack round the world and when you add the richness of coco blends to this deep-fried pastry, you get one of the craziest fusion food ever. Head out to Mosasa in Aliganj or just order from here and indulge away!
As bizarre as it may sound, chocolate really starlights any food and that's a plain FACT! Life is all about celebrating the little joys and moments and trust us, chocolate is the same. So, if you catch the drift - yes, we are saying chocolate is life. Get set going and end your day with these amazing food options and call it the best day of your life.