Thali is a traditional dish that is always on the Indian dining table and Indian restaurant menus. This is the common name for popular dishes including rice, Naan bread, bean curry, potato curry, sugar-free yogurt and a few other items. Thali is placed on a tray with all ingredients, looking very eye-catching and stimulating the taste. This price for a meal ranges from 50 to 150 rupee.
2. Biryani rice Biryani is a popular Indian rice dish, often used in family dinners after church prayers in the afternoons. Biryani rice is usually eaten with chicken or lamb. The main ingredient of this dish is Basmati rice, which is only available in India, cooked with a variety of spices such as cumin, beans, cinnamon, coriander, ginger, onion, garlic ... and sugar. But indispensable saffron. Travel in India, don't forget to enjoy this 'specialty' rice dish.
3. Indian curry Referring to Indian cuisine, it is indispensable to have a special, strange curry, though it appears in many parts of the world, but if you want to taste the curry properly, then go to India. Like Vietnamese pho or Japanese sushi, curry is considered a national soul in Indian cuisine. Indian curry ranges from vegetables to meats such as pigs, cows, chickens, fish, goats, ... most common in this country is probably a fish head curry, cooked in a cured the head of ikan merah (red snapper) with spicy curry water and a few vegetables and sour tamarind make it an unmistakable characteristic. Indians often eat this with rice, pappadams (a kind of crispy rice cake) and Indian pickles.
West India has a very famous curry that is Josh Rogan - lamb curry cooked with a crimson red sauce. This dish is made of lamb, marinated with a beautiful red sauce, a combination of kashmir peppers (mirchi kashmiri) and essences in cockscomb. In addition to fish head curry, this is also a famous curry in Indian cuisine that you should enjoy if you have the opportunity to come to this country.
5. Chicken Tikka Masala
Chicken tikka is one of the traditional and very popular dishes in India. The way to prepare tikka chicken is also quite complicated, the chicken is marinated with tikka masala powder and chili powder, ginger powder and sugar-free yogurt, the sauce is made from cream, spicy spices and an orange powder made from tomatoes. The flavors blend together to create a spicy and bold chicken dish. This dish is often served with Naan bread.
6.Golgappa This is an extremely interesting dessert of the Indian people. The hollowed-out round cakes are fried yellow, crispy, inside filled with peas, mashed potatoes and served with sweet and sour tamarind sauce.
7.Gulab Jamun Gulab jamun or fried milk cake is an Indian favorite dessert cake. The composition of this unique dish is milk residue, after the milk evaporates, the remaining solid will be fried. The golden cakes will be soaked in sugar syrup for a while to soak the flavor. Gulab jamun looks like sweet balls with a crust of sugar, fragrant and crunchy, very attractive.
Samosa is a kind of fried cake with a triangle, a semicircle or a quarter shape, depending on the person who makes the cake. This is a very popular snack and is sold throughout Indian streets. The full core inside is usually vegetables or sweet kernels, the outer package is a thin crust made from flour. The cake can be cooked in a crispy or roasted style, bringing a new delicious flavor.
10.Dahi Vada India is not only known for its hot, spicy dishes but also cool for dessert, one of them is Dahi Vada. This dish is a combination of yogurt and vada bean cake. The cake is similar in shape to a donut, but it has a filling of lentils and raisins, with a little spicy sauce. The flavor of the dish is also a mixture of crispy sponginess of the cake, the sweet taste of beans and the fatty taste of yogurt. Dahi Vada is especially delicious when eaten cold and has a very good cooling effect.
Modak is a traditional pastry that is loved by Hindu gods, so Indians often use this bread to offer to worship the gods. The modak cake has a whitish crust made from rice flour or wheat flour mixed with khava or maida powder. The sweet inside part is fried coconut with jaggery sugar that makes it feel sweet and soft, not harsh. Modak that is fried or steamed is very delicious.