Foreigners Love Indian Foods. We Pick Out The Most Popular Ones
Are you planning to visit the mystical land of the east, India? Are you in search of peace and serenity in the godly land? Maybe, you are or maybe you are just here to spend some time out of your country. Whatever be the reason for your visit, you can’t control yourself from thinking of the huge variety of delicious cuisines the country offers. You think of India, you think of the super delicious foods. Each destination you visit has an incredible array of delicious local treats that you won’t find anywhere else. Every state so diverse, yet united. That’s the beauty of the country.
So, here’s a list of some really awesome foods that you must have when you visit India if you don’t want to regret sometime later.
Thali is the Hindi word for plate and it’s the perfect way to get a taste of different local dishes on one round plate. Each section of the dish is filled with different types of roti, rice, vegetarian and non-vegetarian curries, a chilli dish, yogurt curd and sweets. And, yes, the Indian sweets are so yummy that you would love to have them daily. The best part of thali is the way of eating when you skip knife and fork and your hands are all dipped into the spicy Indian gravy, the taste is just added up.
Your visit to India would be a total waste if you didn’t have the famous Indian “kulhad wali masala chai”. The royal Indian spices like crushed cinnamon, cardamom, ginger and cloves, the spices are combined with milk and sugar to create a sweet, fragrant flavour. Wherever you go, you can find masala chai as it's available all across the country. Once you’ve had one of these, trust me you will never use the teabags again.
Originally a Maharashtra fast food and also known as the lifeline of the state, Paav Bhaji consists of buttered bread (Paav) and a thick vegetable curry (Bhaji) served with chopped onion and a slice of lemon. And, it’s so yummy that when you go back to your place you will crave for this.
This Indian sweet will make you fall in love with it. Normally served hot, these delicious, crispy and coiled sweets are fried batter dipped in sugar syrup. Sometimes also referred to as the national sweet of India, Jalebis as a dessert is paradise. Just love this mouth-watering dish.
Home Cooked Meal
Home is home, whether it’s yours or someone else’s. The food at home is something that no hotel can offer, not even a five or a seven starrer. An Indian dinner table will traditionally include a curry from the local region, served on a plate with rice, one green vegetarian dish, and chapatti added to the love of the people who invite you for food. So, if you ever get a chance to break bread with a localite, don't miss it.