10 Types Of Golgappas You Didn’t Know About

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Golgappas are such a versatile street food loved by almost everyone! They are deep-fried crisps filled with a mixture of boiled chickpeas and potatoes, topped with tamarind sauce, and dipped in green chili water. This is how a classic golgappa is made. However, to spice up your palate and level it up, we present you with a list of very extraordinary golgappas that you have to try out at least once in your life.

10 Types Of Golgappas You Didn’t Know About

1. Makhani Golgappe

types of golgappas you didn't know about
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This. This right here is revolutionary. We didn’t know that we needed these in our lives until we tried them out. What a delight! These are deep-fried crisps stuffed with paneer or chicken makhani gravy. These are best paired with mint sauce and onions. 

2. Vodka Golgappe

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What better way to get intoxicated than having it in your beloved golgappe? It is a fun treat for a party or even as occasional booze. Just add your favorite vodka in your crisps and take the shots!

3. Cheese and Corn Golgappe

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Cheese is the secret ingredient in making anything a thousand times better. Besides, the added corn is just a bonus! It has a savory taste to it and is very cheesy. You will love every bite of it.

4. Pizza Golgappe

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Pizza makes life better, and it should be declared a religion. This combination, which none of us thought could have happened, is right here, and we are not complaining. The pizza sauce, the cheese, the veggies, and more cheese with golgappe is heavenly.

5. Keema Golgappe

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Stuffed with chicken, mutton, or soy keema, and served with the mint sauce, this is probably the best fusion that could ever happen to our good old golgappe. The stuffing makes it so flavorful and delicious; this might become your next favorite snack.

6. Mexican Golgappe

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If you love Mexican food, this should become your best friend. This variation involves a filling of salsa sauce and black beans, topped with tamarind sauce and served with green chili water. You can even serve it in shot glasses, just to get boujee.

7. Chocolate Golgappe

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You can find the ultimate dessert snack and fall in love with it as soon as you take the first bite. Covered in chocolate and filled with chunks of cake topped with milk sugar syrup, this tastes absolutely delightful.

8. Red Velvet Golgappe

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Another dessert variant we did not think could be real, but it is, and we are here for it. Covered in red velvet chocolate, loaded generously with chunks of red velvet cake, and dipped in. You guessed it right, red velvet syrup! This is served with ice cream on the side. Did we just describe heaven?

9. Shrikhand Golgappe

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Nothing is better than an Indian dessert fusion. Shrikhand is an Indian dessert made with filtered yogurt with hints of saffron and cardamom. Golgappe stuffed with Shrikhand creates a whole new dessert you can nibble on during the festive season.

10. Nutella Golgappe 

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Aren’t we all a little too obsessed with Nutella? Please don’t blame us for this; they made it too tasty to resist! Nutella golgappe are covered in white chocolate with strawberry syrup whiffs of Nutella and Nutella milkshake. Mind you that these are not for the faint-hearted and are very filling. Nonetheless, very beautiful and very scrumptious.

These were our “unusual” golgappe, and we loved them to death. They taste so good and are such nice alternatives to the ordinary golgappe. What are your thoughts on this?

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