Top 10 Indian Food You Must Eat Before You Die

How can you stay away from a mouth-watering variety of Indian cuisine? Here are the best 10 Indian food you must try before you die.

  1. Pav Bhaji:- Pav bhaji is the most popular Indian street food. I have been a huge fan of pav bhaji. You can find it anywhere in India, but if you want to taste the best pav bhaji, go to Mumbai. It is a fast food consisting of a thick vegetable curry, fried, and served with soft bread (pav).
  2. Idli Sambar:- A traditional breakfast in most South Indian homes and highly popular in restaurants across the county is Idli Sambar, which is made from a batter of fermented black lentils and rice. Generally eaten as a snack or during breakfast, idlis are served in pairs and are accompanied with chutney and sambar.
  3. Chole Bhature:- Chole bhature is the dist originated from Northern India. Chole stands for a spicy curry, and bhature is fried flatbread. Chole bhature is a spicy, tasty, and heavy dish.
  4. Panipuri / Gol Gappe:- Panipuri is a type of snack that originated in the Indian subcontinent. Pani means water. There are different combinations of pain (sweet, spicy, sour water) and fillings (sprouts vs. potato vs. Magda).
  5. Vada Pav:- This popular street food is loved by one and all. Vada pav is the common man's food in Mumbai and is a popular street snack across the whole Maharashtra. Vada pav basically has batata vada (potato mixed with spiced and chilies) along with sweet chutney, garlic chutney, and green chutney.
  6. Kathi Roll:- Kathi roll is a street food that originated from Kolkata. It's a traditional wrap of kebabs, vegetables, eggs, and spices rolled into paratha (a type of flatbread). There are so many versions of fillings like chicken, meat, paneer, mixed vegetables, and many more.
  7. Bhel Puri:- Eating bhel puri at Chowpatty is one of the quintessential Mumbai experience. Its a simple mixture of puffed rice, onions, sec, and some tangy, spicy flavors of chutney. Don't miss this quite healthy and super delicious snack when you come to Mumbai.
  8. Hyderabadi Biryani:- Hyderabad is famous for many things: its pearls, its skilled art, its Nizams, its mosques and palaces, but most importantly, its Biryani. Biryani isn't just a dish; it is a national culinary icon. It is made of long-grained rice with exotic spices such as saffron, is layered with lamb, chicken, fish or vegetables, and a thick gravy.
  9. Kebab:- It is originated from Middle Eastern countries. It essentially consists of chunks of fish or meat that are marinated and grilled over a bbq pit using a skewer. A very famous street stall-turned-shop, in this case, is Bademiya that sees a full house every evening in front of its shop; people can't wait to dig in.
  10. Tandoori Chicken:- tandoori chicken is a popular North Indian dish consisting of roasted chicken prepared with yogurt and seasoned with the spice mixture tandoori masala. Indian chefs traditionally use cayenne pepper, red chili powder, or Kashmiri red chili powder to give it a fiery red hue. The dish goes so well with steaming rice and crispy naan.

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