Jul 22, 2015

15 CLASSIC INDIAN DISHES YOU SHOULD TRY

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1. BIRYANI

One of the most popular Indian Food, prepared using Rice mixed with several spices and either Mutton or vegetables. Most famous Biryani comes from Hyderabad and it is aromatic, heavenly and one of the most favorite delicacies of the people all over the world. The magic of biryani lies in the way Rice is mixed with several vegetables.


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2. CHOLE BHATURE

A Punjabi dish prepared includes curried chickpea and fried flour bread. Chole stands for a spicy curry made with white chickpeas and Bhatura is fried leavened flat bread which is loved by all Indians and even abroad. Chole Bhature is a spicy, tasty and a heavy dish.


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3. GULAB JAAMUN

Gulab Jaamun is Small balls of dried milk, cooked and boiled in sugar syrup. Gulab Jaamun is the most Indian dessert in parties, weddings and even in Indian thalis. It is a dessert served after the meals as these soft sugar syrup soaked balls are a treat always.


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4. DAL MAKHANI

A spicy and heavy dal preparation made with a combination of rajma and urad dal Daal Makhani filled with rich protein and fiber is a delicacy from Punjab. Lentils and beans traditionally cooked in a tangy masala with dollops of fresh cream added to give the rich look. It is the signature dish of Punjabi cuisine.


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5. NAAN PARATHAS

Naan Paratha are most popular varieties of Indian flatbreads where Naan is oven baked and Paratha is made by whole wheat flour on tawa, usually stuffed with vegetables and masala.


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6. RAJMA

Kidney beans in a thick gravy with many Indian spices served with roti most popular across North India. Rajma tastes excellent with steamed rice.


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7. MALAI KOFTA

Malai refers to cream and the kofta are deep fried paneer together blend in a creamy Indian saucy curry. It is a North Indian specialty an authentic part of the Mughlai cuisine.


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8. IDLI,DOSA WITH SAMBHAR

Popular South Indian breakfast made of fermented black lentils and rice accompanied with sambar made of toor daal and tamarind and chutney. Sambhar and chutney are inseparable from Idli and Dosa and relished with savory snacks as well as rice. It also balances a meal by a lot of pulses and vegetables.


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9. GAJAR KA HALWA

An extremely popular dessert, made by cooking grated carrot with milk, sugar, and dried fruits. Gajar ka halwa is such a delight during winters.


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10. SAMOSAS

A fried snack-food made of a potato, onions or lentils stuffing and can be served with chutney or you can have it stand alone. Samosa is perhaps oldest known Indian breakfast and can be found all over the globe now.


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11. PAV BHAJI

Pav Bhaji consists of vegetable Bhaji (a potato-tomato based savory curry) and the Pav, garnished with coriander, chopped onions, and a dash of butter. It is a fast food dish originated in Maharashtra.


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12. JALEBI

A wheat flour batter deep fried in coil-shapes and soaked in sugar syrup, served hot. It is a perfect desert when you want something hot, but also sweet.


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13. BHELPURI

Bhelpuri is a savory Indian snack, and is also a type of chat, made out of puffed rice, vegetables and a spicy tangy tamarind sauce. When you want a chilled savory snack, Bhelpuri is a snack that will never disappoint you.


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14. DHOKLAS

A breakfast food from the state of Gujarat made of fermented rice and chickpea batter. Dhoklas when served with tamarind or mint coriander chutneys are very, very light yet very, very flavorful snack.


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15. PANI PURI

It comprises a round, hollow puri, fried crisp and filled with a mixture of tamarind water, chilli, chat masala, potato, onion and chickpeas. It is small enough to fit completely in one’s mouth. A popular street food also called as Gol gappa or gup-chup.


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