Paan is sold in small corner-stores as well as some fancy shops all of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and neighboring countries. The “Paan-walas” stuff lots of different things into a pan and it is enjoyed as a mouth freshener as well has some digestive properties to it as well. There are a lot of flavors of Paan – the most common being the “Meetha Paan” ( my favorite and that’s I ordered), Sada Paan (Plain Paan minus the Gulukand) and many many more. I consider Paan as the King of Indian Street Food!
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specially countries near to India like to eat pan after eat spicy meal. but in abroad they dont eat spicy food for indian spicy food in uk watford you can visit namaste watford
where i can get this paan
Can you show how to fold a paan
Wowsa! i feel like rushing out and having a maghai paan and what’s more i can!;)
Not sure where you are located but if you are in US, you get dry katha/choona in Indian stores with which you can make paan anytime at home by mixing few drops of water. Gulkand also does not spoil in fridge for a long time.
thanks Deepti. I am in india:) which is why i said i can run out n have them;)
Lucky you !
What can I say 🙂
Not my thing, but interesting to watch all the same.
Hi Anuja is this MUmbai?