Indian Cuisine is one of the most loved cuisines in the world with sumptuous dishes, and intricate ingredients incorporated for a whole palette of flavors – sweet, sour, spicy, tangy. It is a wonderful combination of a wide net of spices, pulses, seasonings and cereals.
Every region in India has its own unique cuisine indigenous which is all equally delectable.
Listed below are the most popular Indian dishes.
Biryani is a mixed rice dish with any kind of meat, eggs or vegetables, blending with spices, saffron. Every region in India has its unique type of Biryani. The dish is now synonymous with Indian cuisine due to its extensive consumption and evolution by the Indians although originated from Persia. The world-famous Biryani can be founded in Hyderabad, Telangana and Lucknowi Biryani.
The dish originates from the South of India, then spreaded its way up to North India, and taken its place on the world map of tasty foods. Dosa is a crisp pancake made from fermented batter of rice and “urad” or the black lentils, served with an array of Chutneys and “Sambar”. Besides the classic dosa, there are also a plethora of variations like Masala Dosa, Set Dosa, Uthappam, Paper Dosa, Rava Dosa, cheese dosa and Pizza Dosa, etc.
- BUTTER CHICKEN/BUTTER PANEER
Butter Chicken/Butter Paneer is the most popular Indian cuisine that anyone could think of. The dish has creamy red gravy with mildly spiced, which is extremely flavorful. The origin of the dish is from Punjab. Nowadays, each restaurant and household in India has their own unique recipe for Butter Chicken and Butter Paneer with different combinations of spices.
- TANDOORI MEATS, VEGETABLES AND BREAD
Tandoor is a charcoal/clay oven used extensively in India for cooking an assortment of meats, breads and vegetables. The charcoal or wood fire burns in the Tandoor exposes the food to live fire and impart an excellent charred and smoky flavor and tenderize the food at the same time.
There are many Indian dishes prepared in the Tandoor include Tandoori Chicken (murg), Tandoori Roti, Butter Naans, Kulchas, Tandoori Gobi and Aloo.