Most popular Indian dishes (part 2)


A samosa is a traditional deep fried conical snack to a crisp golden color which made of dough stuffed with savory filling. The normal stuffing is made out of potato, lentils, peas, minced meat, onions and sometimes even noodles mixed with mint and tamarind chutneys.

Samosa was introduced to Indian by the Mughals, but Indian are those making the dish popular and prominent that’s why they are considered as a popular Indian food.


Chaats is another of the favorite Indian dishes which include a variety of savory eats, refreshments and grub. Visitors might found the dishes to be served at roadside carts and stalls at the corner of almost every street in India. 

Chaat is made out of crispy fried dough chips, called Papadis, inside Files with boiled potatoes mixed with, lentils, chickpeas, tamarind chutney, green chili, mint chutney, dried mango powder, puffed rice, yogurt and onions. There are different combinations which make different delicacies like Bhel Puri, Dahi Puri, Sev Puri, Ragda, Samosa Chaat, Pani Puri, Pav Bhaji etc.


Daal Makhani is a very popular dish, especially among people from Northern India due to its delicious taste and flavors even though it’s high in calories and quite filling. Daal Makhani is made out of black lentils and kidney beans and decorated with white butter and cream, and be eaten with hot rotis or naans or steaming hot rice.


Keema is minced meat or chicken cooked in Indian masalas on slow fires until it becomes a dry consistency. It’s usually eaten with hot chapatis or naan, as breakfast in many states of India.


The dish consists of juicy marinated and grilled pieces of mutton in charcoal or fried and served hot in skewers or as a platter with bread or naan. At certain places, the meat may also be minced to make a dish called sheek kebab. Lamb kebabs are delicious and, even though a bit pricey.