Paan vendors are a common sight on the streets of India. Paan is an Indian chew and while ingredients vary it is often made with made with betel nuts, mixed spices (masala) and lime paste and wrapped in a betel leaf eaten whole.
Paan is usually eaten at the end of a meal. It is thought to aid digestion and also acts as a mouth freshener.
This vendor was selling Paan in Janpath market in New Delhi. What local delicacies have you tried when traveling?