3 Indian Dishes To Try

The dominance of Indian cuisine is truly astounding. I love me some spicy curry or butter chicken. The only trouble when visiting an Indian restaurant is deciding what to eat. After all, with so many fantastic dishes on offer, it can be extremely difficult to choose just one. This article will help you to make the most of genuine Indian food by enlightening you to some of the most popular dishes in India that are found in Indian restaurants in the US.



Butter Chicken

Butter Chicken is a type of curry that is served with rice. It is actually the most popular dish served in restaurants in India. It is believed that Butter Chicken was likely to have been developed during the era of the Mughal Empire. Obviously, there have been a lot of different versions of this dish made. Nevertheless, authentic Indian restaurants will marinate the chicken in yogurt and a spice mixture. The spices incorporated typically include; turmeric, ginger, pepper, chilli, cumin, garam masala, coriander, lemon or lime and garlic paste. Garlic is actually one of the best cancer fighting foods! Genuine restaurants use these spices and cook via the traditional method. You will not get the true taste of Butter Chicken by taking shortcuts. The chicken is cooked in a tandoor whilst the sauce is created via mixing tomato puree, butter, Khoa, and an array of spices. These tend to encompass the likes of cloves, pepper, cumin, coriander, fresh cream, fenugreek, and cinnamon. As you can see; this is an intricate dish that incorporates an array of exciting flavors and is thus definitely worth a try next time you go to an Indian restaurant.


The Thali

If you want to get a true taste for India then you definitely have to try the Thali. This is a meal that consists of approximately eight small dishes. You will find that this is eaten in homes situated all over India. Indian people thoroughly believe in having a balanced diet. Their meals reflect this; often incorporating at least three different vegetables, as well as protein, carbohydrates, and alike. The Thali is a perfect representation of this. It provides an array of different nutrition, colors, flavors, and textures, and thus offers the complete meal. You can expect everything from curry to dal to vegetables to chapatti to chutney to raita to papadum.


Pau Bhaji

And last but not least, why not try Pau Bhaji? This is one of the most popular street foods found in India. If you are not aware; India’s streets are home to an explosion of taste, colors, creativity, and texture. The Pau Bhaji is a recommended choice because it is a vegetarian dish. Vegetarian food is a dominant part of Indian cuisine. After all, a huge proportion of India’s population is actually vegetarian. Thus if you truly want to embrace the culture then it is always a good idea to try a vegetarian offering. The main part of the dish is the Bhaji – this is a thick potato-based curry. It is usually garnished with chopped onion and coriander. It is served with a Pav, in other words, a bread bun.


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