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Cooking without fire competition among children on Second day of 3rd National Street Food Festival organised by NASVI at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium Complex from 20th-22nd December, 2013.

Thousands of foodies got to taste and experience the exotic flavours and aroma of around 300 recipes: dal batti churma, pyaaz and mewa ki kachouri, different kinds of pakore and sweet cooling kulfis, pao bhaji from Rajasthan; Haryana's tikkis; special chhole bhature of Chandigarh, sarson ka saag, makki ki roti butter pulao and paneer green chilli pakora from Punjab; palak chicken, pao, zarda biryani from Madhya Pradesh; litti chokha, mutton litti, bengan chokha, rabri jalebi from Bihar; chicken boti keba, rumali roti, multanjan biryani, lahsun ki kheer and sweet and salty desserts of Uttar Pradesh; Odisha, Karnataka's famous puddu , tamarind rice, kathi kebab, thukpas and momos from Sikkim; rice pithas from Assam and many more. Delhi bags the largest number of stalls boasting of dishes from spring rolls, varieties of chaaps, chhole bhature, bhelpuri, tawa rotis, seekh kebabs, paranthas to bhelpuri, jalebis, pakore and even chai.

The main aim of organising this food festival is
1) promotion of street food
2) the transformation of street food into a professional enterprise that would help people involved to compete and avail available opprtunities
3) providing awareness about cleanliness, health and hygiene particularly to street food vendors.

Union Ministers Tariq Anwar and Girija Vyas, celebrity chef Kunal Kapoor and foodies like Vir Shangvi graced the inaugural ceremony of the festival.

Apart from the delicacies, exciting cooking competitions and other entertainment programnes formed a part of the festival.

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