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India, The Land Of Mouth Watering Delicacies Has Got These Amazing Dishes To Offer.

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Golgappe/ Pani Puri

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A small crisp hollow round bread filled with spiced water, tamarind paste, potato, onion, and chickpeas. And, it’s so delicious, you won’t believe my mouth is watering right now.

 

Gulab Jamun

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Small balls of dried milk, slow cooked and boiled in a sugar syrup. And, they are so luscious that you are going to fall in love with them.

 

Momos

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A variation on the traditional dimsum, native to the North Eastern states that border Nepal (where the dish originated), eaten with a fiery red chutney. The dish is eaten hot and the chutney is so spicy that tears may roll down your cheeks. Yet, you can't disagree with the awesome taste. Eat at your own risk.

 

Jalebi

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A wheat flour batter deep fried in coil-shapes and soaked in sugar syrup. It is crispy and isusually served hot. Sometimes also referred to as the national sweet of India, Jalebi as a dessert is paradise

 

Tandoori Chicken

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Chicken marinated for hours in a paste of yogurt and spices, and then roasted in a clay oven. Cayenne pepper, red chilli powder or Kashmiri red chili powder is used to give it a fiery red hue. The name comes from the type of cylindrical clay oven, a tandoor, in which the dish is traditionally prepared. And, OMG it's so tasty.

 

Bhelpuri

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A savoury snack, and a type of chaat, Bhelpuri is puffed rice fried with vegetables, in a spicy and tangy tamarind sauce. It is a tasty fast food available at roadside stalls all across the country.

 

Dhokla

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A snack or breakfast food from the state of Gujurat, made of fermented rice and chickpea batter. Many varieties of the dish are cooked depending upon the ingredients used, namely, Khatta dhokla, Rasia dhokla, Khandhavi dhokla, Cheese dhokla, etc. It's the first love of every Gujarati.

 

Gajar ka Halwa

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An extremely popular dessert, made by cooking grated carrot with milk, sugar, and dried fruits. And, when it's the mom who cooks, the taste just skyrockets. In love with the dish since childhood.

 

Dosa

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A crispy, flat bread (similar to a crepe or pancake) made of rice batter, served with a lentil sauce (sambar) and a variety of chutneys. Many varieties of dosas are available such as Masala Dosa, Rava Dosa, Curd Dosa and Ragi Dosa among others.

 

Kulfi

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An iced preparation made from thickened milk, almonds and pistachios. The traditional flavours are cream ,rose, mango, cardamom, saffron etc. Unlike Western ice creams, kulfi is not whipped, resulting in a solid, dense frozen dessert similar to traditional custard-based ice cream.

 

Racheado Masala Fish

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A spicy paste made of chilies, tamarind, and garlic (amongst other spices) is rubbed onto whole fish which are then fried. Eat slowly and enjoy the amazing taste of the fried fish.

 

Samosa

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A fried or baked triangular snackfood made of a potato stuffing, usually also containing onions and peas, served with a mint or coriander chutney. Samosa is the love of the northern India.


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