New Delhi street food stall sells snacks on fire

Talk about hot food...

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Some people like their street food hot, but this paan stall in New Delhi is taking things to to the next level - by setting it on fire.

Pradhuman Shukla's family has owned a food stall selling paan in Delhi, India for 20 years and they're changing the paan game.

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Paan comprises a betel leaf stuffed with areca nut and occasionally tobacco and is chewed as a stimulant and then spat out or swallowed.

But Pradhuman, 31, has reinvented the traditional Indian snack and has been attracting hundreds of brave customers by lighting the paan on fire and forcing it into their mouths.


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