Vegetarian Street Treats: 8 Street Foods From Around The World


Gozleme, Turkey

Flatbread filled with vegetables, greens, and cheese, originating from Turkey.

Pani Puri, India

Hollow crispy puri shells filled with spicy mashed potatoes, chickpeas, and tangy tamarind chutney, served with spicy water, popular in India.

Vegetarian Tacos, Mexico

Tortilla sheets filled with grilled or roasted veggies, beans, cheese, salsa, guacamole, and cilantro, a staple of Mexican street cuisine.

Pad Thai, Thailand

Stir-fried rice noodles with tofu, bean sprouts, and a sauce made with tamarind, chili, garlic, chili sauce, and palm sugar, garnished with peanuts, lime, and cilantro, originating from Thailand.

Pisang Goreng, Malaysia

Deep-fried bananas coated in batter, often served with honey, popular street food in Malaysia.

Langos, Hungary

Deep-fried flatbread made with flour, salt, sugar, yeast, and milk, topped with cheese and ketchup, a savory Hungarian street food.

Pretzel, Germany

Twisted-shaped bread, often topped with mustard, cheese, sugar, chocolate, cinnamon, glazing, seeds, or nuts, a staple of German street fare.

Falafel Wrap, Middle East

Warm pita bread filled with falafel balls, hummus, tahini sauce, fresh vegetables, and pickles, enjoyed across the Middle East.

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