Tuesday, March 28

Ultimate food journey of India that you must try

Every state in India has different food and different cooking style. Here’s a list of some authentic, must have, local dishes indigenous to the various Indian states.

Food journey begins below,enjoy..!!

  1. Jammu & Kashmir: Rogan Josh

    Rogan Josh

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The spicy aromatic lamb dish is one of the most Kashmiri dishes you`ll ever come across. You have to try it to experience the taste of soft mutton cooked alongside tangy herbs and spices.

  1. Rajasthan: Daal Baati Choorma

    Daal Baati Choorma

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The iconic dish of Rajasthani cuisine is not only popular in the state, but all across the country as well.

  1. Punjab: Makki di Roti with Sarson ka Saag

    Makki di Roti with Sarson ka Saag

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Try the iconic Makki ki Roti and Sarson ka Saag when in Punjab, you will definitely ask for more.

  1. Haryana: Kachri ki Sabzi

    Kachri ki Sabzi

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The most popular dish in Haryanvi cuisine is Kachri ki Sabzi. Try it with rice or chapatis

  1. Himachal Pradesh: Sidu


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The mouth-watering Himachali dish made from flour. It is a type of bread made from yeast and flour.

  1. Uttarakhand: Aaloo Gutke

    Aaloo Gutke

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The popular snack made from raw potatoes, cooked with spices and red chilies

  1. Uttar Pradesh: Kebabs


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The nawabon ka sheher offers the most delicious kebabs in the entire country. Have you tried them yet?

  1. Madhya Pradesh: Poha


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Made from flattened rice and a few spices, this dish is great for breakfast. Go ahead, give it a try.

  1. Chhattisgarh: Bafauri


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A sweet prepared by dal, is a traditional Chattisgarhi dessert. Be sure to try it out!

  1. Gujarat: Thepla


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Healthy flatbreads contain balanced ingredients and spices and have a long shelf life. Try it with pickle!

  1. Maharashtra: Vada Pao

    Vada Pao

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Bun with aloo patty insideyou will find vada pao stalls in every corner of Maharashtra. The simplicity of the preparation along with the uique taste will leave you amazed.

  1. Goa: Vindaloo


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An Indian curry made with pork belly is full of aromatic flavors and spices. The traditional Goan food is a must try.

  1. Karnataka: Bisi Bele Bhaat

    Bisi Bele Bhaat

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Hot lentil rice as in English, Bisi Bele Bhaat is a traditional food of Karnataka.

  1. Bihar: Litti Chokha

    Litti Chokha

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Made from flour with filling inside, Litti is served with Chokha which is prepared from eggplant and tomato. You can even try the Litti with mutton curry.

  1. Jharkhand: Dhuska


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Made from rice and dal paste and then further deep fried, Dhuska tastes great with any kind of curry

  1. Sikkim: Momos


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Well, the ever loved momos is a creation from the state of Sikkim. Available at every corner of the street, momos taste even better with red chili sauce.

  1. Arunachal Pradesh: Apong


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Apong is a beer made out of rice. The entire process of preparation takes three months. Only then, the product is ready for consumption. But it is totally worth the wait.

  1. Nagaland: Rice Beer

    Rice Beer

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Nagaland`s signature dish is rice beer. Though fermentation is a long process, nothing tastes better than this drink.

  1. Manipur: Iromba


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Originally made from fermented fish, Iromba is the signature dish of the Manipuri dish. Try it out!

  1. Meghalaya: Jadoh


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A rice and meat based mouth-watering Khasi delicacy is a signature dish of Meghalaya.

  1. Tripura: Chakhwi


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Made from pork and bamboo shoots, Chakhwi is widely popular in Tripura. Make sure you try it out!

  1. Mizoram: Zu


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A popular tea is the signature beverage of Mizoram. A couple of sips and the aroma will get the better of you.

  1. West Bengal: Bhapa Ilish

    Bhapa Ilish

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A Bengali specialty, Bhapa Ilish is basically fish steam cooked with a tangy paste of mustard and green chilies. Must try!

  1. Odisha: Fish Orly

    Fish Orly

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Try out the signature dish of the state of Odisha, Fish Orly is lightly seasoned fish dipped in flour and egg based batter. It is then deep fried. The preparation is served with a freshly prepared tartar sauce which adds more `yum` to the fish

  1. Tamil Nadu: Uthappam


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One of the most popular dishes in Tamil Nadu, Uthappam is loved by several all across the country.

  1. Assam: Masoor Tenga

    Masoor Tenga

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This tangy fish curry is the signature dish of the traditional Assamese cuisine. The flavor of tamarind and tomato adds to the yum factor!

  1. Kerala: Avial


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A thick mixture of coconut and vegetables, seasoned with coconut oil, Avila is one if the popular dishes in Kerala.

  1. Andhra Pradesh: Hyderabadi Biryani

    Hyderabadi Biryani

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Popular all across the globe, Hyderabadi Biryani is Andhra Pradesh’s popular cuisine.

  1. Telangana: Gongura Gosht

    Gongura Gosht food

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One of the most delicious preparations of Mutton, Gongura  gosht is nothing less than perfect.

Disclaimer:The above content is author’s personal view.


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