Published 2016-11-28
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Indian dishes that are our favourites

Ghee Dosa

Ghee Dosa is one of the most popular breakfast dishes in the Southern part of India. It is mostly preferred with sambar, it looks white in colour and is very crispy. Fermented rice and lentil batter are the main ingredients to make this South Indian dish. It tastes amazing when served with coconut chutney, tomato chutney or with chili chutney powder. It is the most commonly cooked dish in every household in the southern part of India.

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Hyderabadi Biryani

Hyderabad also known as the Pearl city of India has one of the best dishes that you will die to eat. One of them is the Hyderabadi Biryani which is the most popular dish all over India. Basmati rice, lamb or chicken meat, Indian spices, yoghurt and dry fruits are the main ingredients that are used to prepare this mouth watering dish. It is served with Mirchi ka salan (green chilli gravy) and Raitha (yoghurt mint and onion).

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Pani Puri

The most famous street food also known as Gol Gappa is people's favourite in India and it is mostly considered as a snack. Crispy Puri is stuffed with potato, chickpeas, onions and coriander chutney and is drenched in either tangy or sweet water and then served. Everybody considered it as their favourite dish in their childhood and most of them even now. This dish has different names in different regions, it is called as Puchkas in the west, Gol Gappa in the northern parts of India and it is known as Gup Chup in the southern regions.


It is known as the traditional dish of Gujarat, the very state from where the prime minister of India hails. This dish is cooked in an earthen pot which is flipped upside down and burnt from the top. It is a seasonal dish which is mostly cooked in winters as the ingredients are only available in the winter season. More than 20 different vegetables are used to cook this dish and it is mostly relished with Puri (a type of an Indian bread).

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Jalebi is the most common sweet dish that you find in every Mithai shop (sweet shop) in India. This is the most famous sweet in the northern part of India. Deep fried maida flour (wheat flour), sugar syrup and saffron are its main ingredients. This maida batter is made into circular shapes and is soaked in sugar syrup and is served hot. In few parts of India, it is meant to be eaten with green chilli sauce which also makes it a spicy dish.

Kulfi Falooda

This dish is meant to be the traditional Indian ice cream that is famous all over India. This is mostly prefered in the summer season by the Indians. It has a wide variety of flavours which include mango, chocolate, vanilla, kesar and many more. Whereas Falooda is made with a combination of vermicelli and sweet milk syrup. It tastes best when it is filled with a lot of dry fruits.

North Indian Thali

When it comes to North Indian dishes there are a variety of different dishes and eating all of them at a time is not possible. Instead, you can order a North Indian thali which has both vegetarian and nonvegetarian dishes. They usually have few curries, dal, salad, Indian bread, rice and a sweet. This is the best way to try almost all the North Indian in a single meal. This thali is only complete after having a glass of lassi (yogurt with water and spices).

Chingri Maacher Malaikari

This is one of the traditional Bengali dishes that is cooked in every household on a special occasion. This dish is made by using the ingredients such as prawns, coconut milk and different Indian spices. It also has a violet coloured gravy that is spicy and you would love eating it with both rice and Indian bread. This is one of the classic dishes that the Bengalis love to eat when they have a get-together.

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Dhokla the most famous Gujarati dish that is commonly eaten at breakfast, lunch or dinner. It is mostly preferred as a side dish or a snack item in a buffet. This dish is mostly found in every Gujarati get-together and is relished while gossiping with each other. Rice and chickpeas are used to make the fermented batter and it is later steamed for some time and cut into pieces. It tastes best when dipped in the coriander chutney.
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