Agra Food Tour

Explore Taj Mahal and other places in Agra and it's cuisine with Agra Food Tour.

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Indian Food: #Meat Kabab Recipe

How to cook #Kabab

The Kababs form an important part of #Indian #cuisine. They are generally made from minced meat or medium sized #meat. The main ingredients used are chicken, lamb, chicken, beef and fish. #Kebabs mean frying in the Arabic language. You can enjoy the taste of different types of kebabs. The kebabs were originally found in Greece. Here we shall learn the recipe of Shammi Kebab.


Take half kg of minced meat neatly cleaned and washed.

6 tablespoon of gram dal – properly soaked for 30 minutes.
2 beaten eggs.

6 tbsp. – oil.

Cumin seeds – 2 teaspoons, 5 cloves, green cardamoms – 6 of them.

Onions – 2 finely chopped.

Take 15 – 16 coves and coarsely pound it along with garlic.

Coarsely pound 2.5” ginger.

Green chillies 8 of them finely chopped.

Half teaspoon of turmeric powder, 4 teaspoon coriander powder and 3 teaspoon red chilli powder.

1 handful – coriander leaves, finely chopped.

Oil for shallow frying.

Salt as per taste.


Take a heavy bottomed kadhai and heat 6 table spoon of oil. Once the oil is heated add cumin seeds, cardamoms, and cloves and sauté them thoroughly. Now add the finely chopped onions, garlic, ginger and green chillies
Once the onions turn translucent add the drained off gram dal, kheema, turmeric powder and salt as per taste.

Make sure to stir the mixture often till dal and kheema becomes tender and water dries off.
Now sauté after adding red chilli powder, coriander powder & coriander leaves.

Add the eggs after beating it and combine well into the kheema mixture
Heat oil in a pan and make round thick flattened kebabs and shallow fry till both the sides are golden

Serve with chutney
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Indian Food Tour in Delhi | A tour of authentic Indian street food in Delhi

After some toing and froing between our guides we met up with Rajeev and JD from Food Tour in Delhi at about 3.00pm. Exuberant Rajeev and the quieter JD were to lead us through the most extraordinary NINE hour food adventure through some of the oldest (and scariest) parts of Delhi, introducing us to some of the most authentic food tastes and experiences we could never imagine. It’s now almost 24 hours after we concluded the tour and no gastric upsets yet – so it proved to be a completely successful food experience in every sense!!

We set off in rickshaws through the crowded, gridlocked streets and laneways of heritage listed Old Delhi.

And the first stop was at the award winning Shyam Sweets (Watar Kachori Wale).

Chef Rajeev encouraged us to identify flavours and learn how combining sweeter flavours and pastry based “sides” can intensify and round out spicy flavoured dishes. We loved the lassi served in clay pots at this “joint”.

Deep in the laneways, next we found ourselves in the “Jain Coffee Shop”. Because Jains practise non-violence towards all living things they do not eat any meat, fish, eggs or any vegetable grown below ground. We tried sliced mango, honey and paneer sandwiches at this joint and found them much more interesting and tasty than they sound.
The laneways of Delhi have every enterprise imaginable crammed into every available space. Like traders (hardware, cooking equipment, jewellery, dental supplies, shoes etc etc) are clustered together, but the food joints spill out onto the crowded narrow walkways, millimetres away from the passing traffic.

And overhead there are festoons of fearsome looking electrical cabling and colonies of (Rhesus) monkeys playing with death in amongst the wires.

This kulfi trader is renowned in Delhi & often travels overseas to provide desserts for rich people’s parties – but you wouldn’t think that from the location of his little trading space in this crowded laneway.

But his saffron and pistachio kulfi was just to die for (as was his berry and pomegranate seed flavoured kulfi).

These mangoes were filled with mango flavoured kulfi and topped with a hard biscuit mixture which you break open to reveal the treasure within – a very special treat.

Water buffalo milk is the basis for many yummy Indian desserts. These guys were boiling down cream made on buffalo milk, until the cream becomes so thick it sets hard and then they flavour it with spices – yum!

This guy sitting in his cooking pot hire shop looked very photogenic I thought!

The Delhi spice market is the largest in Asia. The chili fumes are so strong here it catches you in the throat. It was a hive of energy as the sun was setting over old Delhi.

The spice and tea shop of Mehar Chand and Sons was a haven of calm refinement in amongst the mayhem.

The most up market rickshaws offer fanciful lighting effects once the sun goes down.

By now we’d made our way out of old Delhi into Connaught Place for vegetable puffs at the venerable Wengers and flavoured milk drinks around the corner from there.

The main Sikh Temple in Delhi, off Connaught Place, serves food to the poor people of Delhi – all day. The massive kitchens of this luminous white, gold domed temple are the last word in efficiency and cleanliness.

Hundreds of volunteers come to the temple each day to help in the kitchens – to feed the poor.

I loved the atmosphere of this place – so purposeful, respectful and well organised and clean – and lots of women and girls around (unlike other places we’ve been in Delhi). The girls in this lovely family were very friendly to me and engaged me in quite a lively conversation. (We all had to have our heads covered in the Sikh temple – that’s why I’m wearing the funny yellow cap.)

My camera ran out of battery life at this point so I missed out on pics of our kebab stand course and the huge banquet meal at Kake De Hotel (two of the more confronting food experiences of this tour, with the possible exception of the roadside chaat (snack) joint), but it was close to midnight before we were finished – without forgetting our stop off at the ice cream stand at the India Gate! An amazing unforgettable Day 1 in Delhi!
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Agra Heritage Day Tour
A private heritage tour of Agra which covers sightseeing as well as explains the rich history of this ancient city. Includes pickup drop from Delhi, lunch and all major expenses of sightseeing tour.
This is a private heritage tour of Agra which helps you discover the heritage, sights and culture of Agra city which can’t be covered in normal sightseeing tours. The tour starts with pickup from Delhi early morning and meeting your guide in Agra. He/she will then take you to a historical tour of the Agra town in which you will see Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Itmad-Ud-Daulah Tomb (the real inspiration for Taj Mahal) and a few more places and monuments with their own history and charms.

After the tour is over, you can choose to stay in Agra or drive back to Delhi the same day.

Unlike most other tours, all major expenses like entry fee to monuments, transport, lunch, bottled water and toll tax are included in the tour cost. So this heritage tour is a much better value for money compared to other cheaper sightseeing Agra tours
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Entrance fees
Bottled water
Local guide
Professional guide
Professional guide with degrees in history available on request.
Private tour
Free pickup and drop from Delhi
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Old Delhi photo tour
Old Delhi is one of the oldest continuously inhabited places in the world. It includes a number of world famous sights Red Fort, Chandni Chowk, Chawadi bazaar, Spice market and a few more. Due to all the history, people, markets and vibe, this is a great location to discover the old world charm of India and specially Delhi city.
This photo tour through this area helps you photograph some of the iconic landmarks as well as lesser known corners of this part of city and also provide a refreshing insight in to the lives of people closely entwined with the older traditions. The guests walk through centuries old bazaars, see some old havelis (mansions), interact with local people going about their daily lives and taste some great local food. Depending upon time available this tour can cover following places
Chandni Chowk
Chawari Bazaar (wedding card market)
Camera Market
Spice Market
Laal Kuan (metal market)
Kinaari Bazaar
Nayi Sadak ( Book Market)
and a few other places. This is a walk through the heart of Delhi city and will stay fresh in memory for life.
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Delhi Landmarks Photo Tour

A Photography Tour of Monuments of Delhi which helps you take great pictures of major landmarks of city. It is a great choice for tourists who value the memory of places they visit
This photography tour is a great way of sightseeing in New Delhi city and capturing some beautiful sights in your camera. In this photo tour, the photography guide takes you to some amazing monuments and places listed below and helps you explore each one with your camera. Some of the Delhi monuments covered in 5 hours tour are:

Humayun’s Tomb
India Gate
Qutub Minar
Lotus Temple
Raj Path
Jan Path
A few other places can be added on request and available time.
The tour includes free pickup and drop from most hotels in central Delhi, one meal in a good restaurant, water bottles and entry fee of all monuments visited. Pickup and drop can be provided from places outside central Delhi zone if needed. #india #travel #tourism #food #foodwalk #foodtour
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Delhi Nights Photography Tour
A photography tour in Delhi which helps you explore it’s streets, landmarks and markets at night time. Great choice for summers and night owls.
Night photography is a unique way of exploring the life of a place after dark. This photography tour of Delhi city takes you to some old bazaars, streets and iconic monuments at and after sunset and provides excellent insight in to the life of the city. This tour covers a number of places like India Gate, Jan Path, Bangla Sahib Gurudwara, Connaught Place, Raj Path, parts of Old Delhi and some other can be added on request and available time.
All taxes, fees and handling charges
Entrance fees
Bottled water
Dinner from a good restaurant
Professional guide
Professional photographer guide
Hotel pickup and drop-off (selected hotels only)
#india #travel #tourism #streets #photowalk #phototour #nightlife #delhi
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Old Delhi Food Walk
A delightful food walk through lively streets of Old Delhi, this culinary journey will help you taste the best street food available in Old Delhi from some of the oldest food places in the city. During this food walk, the guests visit 7-9 different food joints, each one of which is in business for decades. A few of them are more than 100 years old ! We will walk through some landmark markets, lively streets, ride rickshaws, walk a bit and stuff ourselves with delicious street food of Old Delhi.
This food walk in Old Delhi is a perfect choice for foodie tourists who wish to explore the street food culture, sights, people and market of the older part of city in shortest possible time. In addition to food, the guests also visit some of the less explored corners which are not very well known but are worth visiting.

Average Duration: 4 Hours.
Number of food dishes included: 12-16 from 7-9 food joints
Places visited: Chawadi Bazar, Chandni Chowk, Spice Market, Kucha Pati Ram, Kinari Bazar, Khari Baoli (All in Old Delhi)
Pickup point: Chawadi Bazar Metro station.
Drop off point: Chandani Chowk Metro station. Pickup drop in air-conditioned car from hotel in most areas of Delhi available for USD 25
All taxes, fees and handling charges
Local taxes
Viator brokerage fee
Bottled water
Food tasting
All activities
Local guide
Hotel pickup and drop-off (if option selected)
Guaranteed to skip the long lines
Private tour
Walking tour
Small-group tour
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Dharmsala Mcleodganj Customised #Tour Packages

No matter what your travel interests are, #Mcleodganj is sure to attract you as it attracts a large number of people around the world who come here for sight seeing or photography of picturesque places like Bhagsu Naag, St. John’s church, Dal #lake and the like. People with an adventurous streak visit her to go fo camping in the wilderness, take lovely nature trails for treks or spot some exotic birds. You may also visit here to get drenched in the tranquil beauty and spirituality of the #Buddhist monks and #monasteries. Working as a volunteer is also an option. The quaint town welcomes you with its ethereal beauty of the Dhauladhar #mountains.
The requirements of each and every #tourist are important for us. We have a range of options or pre-planned# travels to chose from, to which we keep on adding as per demand. But if that is not for you and you want to visit Mcleod ganj and #Dharmsala not just for sight seeing or adventure , we can tailor make a #travel plan especially for you. This plan allows you to travel at your own pace and enjoy the beauty of each and every location you love.
Services Provided
TRANSPORT : By bus, private or shared car with driver, air.
ACCOMMODATION: Hotels, guest houses, home stays & campsites.
ENDURANCE LEVEL: Anyone to Expert. Depends upon destinations and activities chosen.
ACTIVITIES: Trekking, Camping, Mountain climbing, Jungle safari, Bird watching, Cultural activities, Meditation, Yoga, Volunteer activities, Sightseeing.
MEALS: By choice
COST: Variable
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