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Gujarati street vendor sells Fruit Tea and Thepla, goes viral on Instagram!

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Thepla: In today’s story of Bizare food combos, we present to you a talented vendor from Gujrat. He is not the only one to have gone viral for this weird food combination. In the past, many Instagram bloggers have unveiled bizarre food combinations from all over India. 

In India, street food is a vital component of the national diet. India’s love of street food is evident from the hawkers and vendors who are almost invariably present throughout the nation. These sidewalk eateries serve a variety of dishes, including chaat, momos, Pakoda, and desi Chinese. Every street vendor tries to make something unique to differentiate himself from the competition. 

Fruit Tea and Thepla by Talented Gujarati Vendor!

For example, this Gujarati street vendor who used to be an engineer has a unique way of brewing the popular drink chai. He uses apples and Chikoo to flavor the chai. He is well known for offering a special chutney and Thepla for just Rs. 20 in addition to selling chai. Watch the video to get a better idea.

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Dharak, a food blogger, posted a video of the vendor on Instagram. The video quickly surpassed 990,000 views. In the video, the vendor can be seen preparing chai and adding apples to it. The process is quite interesting because he is adding fruits to the conventional chai. Then he makes a mouthwatering Thepla and serves it with special chutney. The Thepla cost only Rs. 20! Yes, you read that correctly.

Many customers were enthralled by the vendor’s ability to experiment with chai. There were a ton of responses and comments on the video. Thepla chutney is “ok, but this fruity varietal tea is not good,” one Gujarati user commented (Thepla chutney is okay, but this fruity varietal tea is not good). One user said, “Chai is looking good; I would love to try it,” while another said, “

This is not the first time a street vendor’s inventive dish has gained widespread popularity. On our social media feed, we occasionally come across an intriguing food experiment. 

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