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Indian desi cuisine is the most diverse cuisine. All the cultures we have in our country have come up with a specialty dish of their own. Whether you are an Indian or a guest traveler you’ll always have more than enough to eat. These mouth-watering snacks, meals, or beverages have been perfected with a hint of spices, science, and love. Did you know the logic behind pouring Both green and red chutney on a samosa is to neutralize the acidic effect of the fried dish and chili chutney? but who cares, they just taste heavenly and we cannot ever have enough. In India, the dishes change their taste and a slightly some ingredients on a distance of just a few hundred kilometers. Here are the best dishes to try and where they will taste the best –
The steamed rice cake dish is served with Sambhar (vegetable stew) and coconut chutney. It is India’s most loved breakfast and tastes the best at the Southern states.
A thick vegetable gravy which is served along with buttered white bread. It is best served in the state of Maharastra but is available all around the country.
The delicious Punjabi brunch dish consists of fried white bread and Chickpea curry. It is a prime street food of northern states of India.
A lot of people don’t know that samosa has Middle-Eastern origins but is a popular fried snack in India which is stuffed with Potatoes.
The pride of India, the most loved snack of India. A piece of hollow round bread is filled with spicy boiled potato then served with spiced water.
A counterpart of the Idli which is made by a batter of grain then fried like a doughnut and served with Sambhar and Coconut chutney. South India is the place to try it.
Made from fermented rice and chickpea batter, it is the most preferred breakfast in Gujrat.
The delicious sister of the Samosa is available with varied fillings like yellow split gram. potato and onion, or peas. It is served with green and red chutney and sometimes with diluted curd.
Dahi vada/ Dahi bhalla
These are an evening sweet snack. Lentil dumplings are served with yogurt and tamarind chutney.
Makke ki roti with Sarso ka saag
This winter meal is the native dish of Punjab. Mustard leaf gravy is served with Cornbread and a slice of butter.
Dal baati churma
This is not a dish for the calorie-conscious. This ghee soaked hardened bread is served with Lentil and a few other sides like Garlic and green chutney. You must have it when in Rajasthan or Madhya Pradesh.
The paper-thin pancake is made from fermented rice and then served fried potato dish filled inside and Sambhar with coconut chutney. Again this is a South Indian dish.
Kidney beans and lentils are cooked overnight with Punjabi spices. It can either be served with rice or Indian bread. Must try it when in Punjab especially Amritsar.
You can call it an Indian platter. Amazingly, it has a lot of varieties all across India like South Indian Thali, Marwadi Thali, Rajasthani Thali, Gujarati thali and many more.
Naan is either stuffed or plain flatbread is eaten all across the country with Lucknowi origins.
A paper-thin Indian bread traditionally served with meat curries.
Gajar ka halwa
India’s favorite dessert made with carrots, milk, sugar, dry fruits, and ghee. Well, the place to have it is at home cooked by mom.
These sweet dreep fried balls of milk are boiled in sugar syrup called Chasni. This is a must-try Indian dessert.
These are the most favorite sweet dish from Bengal. Cottage cheese dumplings are dipped in sugar syrup and served with dinner.
AN Indian ice cream which is made by stirring milk for a long period of time over a flaming stove.
Traditionally taken with warm milk, it is a fried white floor deep-fried dish soaked with sugar syrup.
Another milk-based sweet dish which is served chilled.
Made out of various floors and sugar, Laddoos are a festive dish in India.
Punjab’s favorite lassi is made by diluted yogurt and spices, Sometimes dry fruit balls are also added as ingredients.
Prepared with Acrea nut or cured tobacco wrapped in betel leaf is an Indian tradition after meals. It serves as a great mouth freshener if taken without the tobacco.