30 Most Popular Indian Dishes

30 Most Popular Indian Dishes

Which are available across the globe & as well as Gustasi

What to order in an Indian restaurant can be difficult sometimes. The delicious options in most cases make us order more.

Indian recipes are so complex, requiring many different spices and lots of prep and cooking time, that Indian food is not something we can easily whip up ourselves. – Janice and George : www.sandinmysuitcase.com

Delicious variations of this chaat are available across. Usually made with a crunchy base, chaats are topped with sauces, yogurt, and chutneys and sprinkled with crunchy ingredients like fried potatoes, chickpeas and sev. Vegetables are also an important part of the equation, and a sprinkle of chaat masala or other powdered spices is key to finish off the dish. From street food to chaat parties papdi chaat is a must try.

One of the most familiar & commonly ordered Indian dish. Thanks to its creamy quality and mild spice intensity, which made it very palatable for people who weren’t used to the heat. Typically a mild curry, it combines onions, butter and cream in a velvety smooth tomato sauce with chicken chunks.

If you want something lightly spiced and easy on the heat, then this is one of the best Indian food dishes to try. Butter chicken is an especially good pick if this is your first time eating Indian food.

A classic and easy chole chickpea curry is often a favorite menu item. This has become a worldwide sensation as it can also serve a crowd, especially if you serve it hot along with fried Indian leavened bread like poori or bhatura. Once you have the chickpeas, onions, and tomatoes, along with garlic and ginger pastes, some common Indian spices will bring it all together.

The trick to making this recipe as delicious as possible is to use whole herbs and spices, and to use ones that are as fresh as possible.

Biryani is a classic Indian dish Brought from Persia to India by the Mughals, biryani is a classic Indian dish. Rice and meat or vegetables are prepared separately, then combined and slow-cooked in the oven to create this aromatic “dry dish” (there’s no creamy gravy-like sauce).

Basmati rice is typically used, and the meat (goat, chicken or mutton) is usually marinated first in yogurt. Spices such as cinnamon, nutmeg and cardamom add a delicate flavour.

Matar paneer comes from regions of northern India. It’s made up of a yummy tomato sauce over paneer (farmer’s cheese) and peas, and spiced with garam masala. Like many Indian dishes, matar paneer is best when paired with a cooling side dish, like cream or bread.

Depending on the region, it’s likely to be served with rice, naan, paratha, poori, or roti.

Enjoy dipping your bread (or Naan) into the tomato gravy after you eat up the cheese and veggies.

Whether you choose naan, yogurt, aloo, or cream, to pair with this dish, your taste buds will thank you!

Rogan josh is a staple of Kashmiri (region in northern India) cuisine. It’s one of the main dishes of a Wazwan: a Kashmiri multi-course meal.

Known for its brilliant red color, consists of braised lamb chunks cooked with gravy. Generally, Indian chefs make this gravy from browned onions, yogurt, garlic, ginger, and aromatic spices.

Most of the spiciness from a rogan josh comes from the fragrance of the dish rather than the heat. It’s a yummy treat that is mild enough for Western palates, but intense enough for spice-lovers. If you love lamb, this dish is a must-try.

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