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Top 10 Most Famous Indian Cuisines

Top 10 most famous Indian cuisine around the globe in India

Indian Cuisine is one of the tastiest and subtlest with in the world. There’s no unity of flavor among North and South or East and West but rather, a wealth of flavors that’s simply stunning. Culinary diversification is one of India’s treasures.

  • Daal Makhani
  • Butter Chicken
  • Makki ki Roti And Sarso ka Saag
  • Hyderabad Biriyani
  • Rogan Josh
  • Rajma Chawal
  • Chole Bhature
  • Vada Pav
  • Dhokla
  • Masala Dhosa

10. Masala Dhosa

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Masala Dhosa most famous Indian Cuisine.

It’s origin from Tuluva Mangalorean cuisine and it was originated in Udipi, Kranataka. Masala dhosa is prepared from rice batter with potato and curry leaves. Masala Dhosa has 2 parts, 1st part has potato stuffing and 2nd part is Dhosa itself.
Dhosa is made from rice batter and with potato stuffing and with some garnishing seed and coriander. Dhosas are served hot along with sambar and chutney.

9. Dhokla

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Dhokla is a culinary food that is found mainly in the Indian state of Gujarat.

This dish is prepared in 10 different varieties. In North, India Dhokla is usually eaten as a snack with tea or on Diwali, Holi, and Such occasions. But in Gujarat Dhokla is eaten for breakfast, as appetizers and even as the main course.
Dhokla is made from pulses, chili pepper, coriander, ginger and, baking soda. It is generally served with deep-fried chilies and chutney made from coriander. It is garnished with coriander leaves and often with grated coconut.

8 Vada Pav

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Vada pav

Vada pav is the Most Famous & Popular Fast Food in Maharashtra & all over India.

In 1966, head of political party Shiv Sena, Bal Thackeray asked his men to set up small businesses. Among his men was Ashok Vaidya who just tried different ideas of Vada Pav to check the response and since then vada pav is hit in Maharashtra, this is how vada pav was invented.
Boiled potato is mashed & mixed with chopped garlic & green chilli, mustard seeds, and spices. The mass is then formed into a ball, immersed into gram flour batter and deep-fried.

7. Chole Bhature

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Chole Bhature

Chole Bhature The Most Famous dish eaten by Punjabi’s for breakfast.

Chole Bhature was invented in Punjab and this is a combination of Channa Masala and fried bread. We even eat this with Lassi or Pickles.
Chole Bhature is even sold on streets as street foods and even some sweet merchants also sell this.

6.Rajma Chawal

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Rajma Chawal

Rajma Chawal is a vegetarian dish it’s be so tasty and famous not just India but also around the world.

Best Rajma is produced in Nepal hills and in India. Himachal Pradesh and Jammu region is the major producer of kidney beans. Rajma is cooked with onion, garlic, and many different spices in India, and it is one of the staple foods in Nepal.
Healthy Facts about kidney beans is that 100 grams of it have only 140 calories, so keep eating kidney bean and rice.

Read Rajma Recipe :https://indiareport24.com/rajma-recipe-punjabi-style-kidney-beans-masala/

5. Rogan Josh

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Rogan josh

Rogan Josh is one of India’s Most Famous & amazing curries.

It’s a non- vegetarian dish. Rogan josh is a staple food in Kashmiri cuisine. It was acquainted with Kashmir by The Mughals, whose cuisine was influenced by Persian cooking.
It’s made with red meat, traditionally lamb or goat that has been cooked in oil, yogurt, and a mix of many different spices. it is generally not a particularly spicy curry. Rogan josh remains a Very common dish in Northern India & is a famed menu item at Indian restaurants in North America and Europe.

4.Hyderabad Biriyani

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hyderabad Biriyani

Hyderabad Biriyani is commonly believed to have originated in the kitchen of Nizam of Hyderabad.

Hyderabad Biriyani is the blend of Mughlai or Iranian cuisines. It’s a staple cuisine in Hyderabad & all over the world.
Hyderabad Biriyani made two types, the Kachchi (raw) Biryani, and the Pakki (cooked) Biryani. The Kachhi Biriyani is cooked with raw meat marinated with many different spices overnight and then soaked in curd before cooking. Pakki Biriyani cooked biriyani, the meat is marinated shorter time and cooked before layered with the rice. A biriyani usually served with Dahi chutney, Mirch ka salan, & salad.
There is also a vegetarian version of the biryani which is made using vegetables such as carrots, peas, capsicum, cauliflower, potatoes, and cashew.

3. Makki ki Roti And Sarso ka Saag

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Sarson-ki-saag makki di roti

Makki ki Roti is one of the famous and favorite cuisines of Punjab.

Mustard greens happen to thrive in the winter season and it is one of the healthiest winter vegetables. Makki ki roti is very popular in Punjab. Rotis made with the cornflour, It is gluten-free & very tasty to eat. It’s a classic dish of Punjabi but it’s quite popular across India and World too.

2. Butter Chicken

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Butter Chicken

It’s one of the most Well – known & Delicious cuisines of India & many other countries.

It’s a Non-vegetarian cuisine. This Cuisine was introduced in 1947 by the founders of Moti Mahal Restaurant in Delhi. This dish was made accidentally by mixing the leftover chicken in basic gravy with butter, cream, tomatoes, and some spices to immerse the Tandoori Chicken pieces in, helping them retain moisture and become palatable again. And hence, was born the Butter Chicken.

1. Daal Makhani

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Dal Makhani

Daal Makhani world-famous Vegetarian cuisine of India.

It’s the most popular dish in India. This dish is originated from the Punjab region of the Indian subcontinent. Kundan Lal Jaggi is the Discoverer of Dal makhani. This recipe was first created by Punjabi’s and is now recognized as a quintessential Indian cuisine, and variations of the dish are served in many different restaurants internationally.
This dal has whole black lentils prepared with cream and butter and simmered on slow heat for that unique flavor. It tastes best with garlic naan!

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