How to spot the best Indian food in India
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Panna-Kani , Kannada-speaking Kannadiga (Gurgaon) – Panna Kani is a classic Indian dish that features saffron and coconut, topped with a spiced coconut curry.
Its spicy coconut curry is topped with tomatoes and cilantro and it’s very good.
Its not very cheap, but it is very affordable.
Bhi Bhi , Gurgaon (West) – Bhi Bari is a local favourite in Gurgaont, and its not far from the Kailash area.
Its a dish that is very popular in this area and it is a great place to grab a glass of its popular Pancho and get some food.
Panchi , Gondola (Mumbai) – There is nothing that makes Panchis home like its spicy coconut milk.
The panchis have a special combination of coconut, tamarind, and garlic that gives the dish its spicy flavour.
It’s good if you want to try Panchish and other Indian dishes.
Thane Biryani , Gwalior (Maharashtra) – The name Thane translates to ‘pandora’.
It is a traditional dish in Maharashtra and its a favourite dish of the farmers of this area.
The dish is also popular in Gujarat.
Thakkar , Gujarat (Malda) – Thakar is a popular dish in Gujarat, which is a large state of Maharashtra.
Its one of the biggest Indian dishes in Maharashtra.
Pangali, Gurgaonic, Mumbai – Pangalis is a typical Indian dish which has a very distinctive taste.
Its served in a paddy field and the pakoras are made of boiled chicken and tomato.
Its very good if it is on the weekends.
Rajputana, Mumbai (Mint) – Rajputans are the traditional family of Indians.
It is made of rice, chickpeas, lentils and tomatoes and is one of their staple dishes.
Nandita, Delhi (Mountain) – Nanditas are a traditional Indian dish and are very popular with the residents of this region.
It comes in many forms and has many different variations.
Kannadi , Gaya (West Bengal) – Kannadas is a dish from Kerala which is known for its spicy food.
Its an interesting dish as it has a mixture of spices and vegetables.
Pachi, Gondi (Mansi) – It is the classic Indian dessert.
Its sweet and creamy with lots of spices.
If you like Indian desserts, Pachi is one.
Moksha , Mumbai (Nagpur) – Mokshas is a favorite dish of many Mumbaiis.
Its known for being soft and fluffy and served in coconut shells.
Shinde, Mumbai , Mumbai – Shindes is a dessert that is known to be very soft and light.
Its made of various fruits like melon, raisins, mango, and papaya.
It has a sweet taste and is very filling.
Khaan, Mumbai, Mumbai-Hindi (West), Maharashtra-Kerala-Punjab-Delhi (East) – Its a popular dessert dish that comes in several flavors and has a lot of different variations of ingredients.
Sava, Mumbai and Mumbai-Kannada (East), Maharashtra – The popular dessert, Sava is made from rice, milk, water, and spices.
Its eaten on days of celebration in Mumbai.
Meenakshi , Mumbai, Maharashtra-Hindu-Muslim (West and West-East)- Meenaks is an Indian dish popular in Mumbai and Kerala.
It consists of boiled chickpea, lentil, tomatoes, and mint and is served with rice.
Bhuj, Mumbai Andhra Pradesh- Telugu – Bhujas is a delicious and healthy dish that’s served with roasted peanuts, tomatoes and onions.
Bhupi, Mumbai Kannataka-Jharkhand-Haryana-Chhattisgarh-Assam (East)- Bhupis is a savory Indian dish.
It serves as a dip for rice.
Bajwa, Mumbai Karnataka-Assamese- Tamil Nadu (East and West)- Bajwas is made with rice and potatoes.
Its popular in Kerala.
Bora Bora, Mumbai Tamil Nadu-Jammu-Lakshmi-Tamil Nadu (West)- Bora Bhoras is a common dish in Kerala and Karnataka.
It contains boiled chicken, tomato, ginger, and coconut. 20