Panipuri is a popular street snack in Nepal. It is a hollow, puffed, round dough with a crunchy shell. The shell by itself is not tasty, unless it is filled with a spicy potato-based mixture and masala water. The stuffing is prepared separately, and inserted into the panipuri through a hole made in the shell. Panipuris are eaten by placing the entire puri into the mouth in one go and biting into it. Very tasty but very spicy.
Another popular street food in Nepal is samosa. It is fried turnovers filled with vegetables, meat or a combination of both. Traditionally it is served with chutney or dipping sauce but also is good with yogurt or cucumber, onion and tomato salad.