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Indian recipes are famous for their unique, spicy, sweet, sour tasty dishes all over the world. Most popular being Masala chai, Vada Pav, Idli Dosa Chutney, Pav Bhaji, Bhajiyas, Ladoos, Pedas, Parathas, Paneer Dishes, Chicken Tandoori, Mutton Kebabs, Mutton Biryani
Indian Recipes enjoy the vast variation in their cuisine due to the diversity of soil, climate, and culture. The Recipes Vary in different states as they use Local spices, Local Herbs, Vegetable and Fruits, Grown especially in their region.
The spices of India always attracted foreigners. The recipes came into existence some 8000 years ago. Trade with the British and the Portuguese influenced our recipes. They gave us the technique of oven baking.
Early diet in India consisted of Dairy products, Legumes, Vegetables, Fruits, and grains. Around 7000 BC wheat and Barley began to be grown. By 3000 BC turmeric, Cardamom, Black Pepper, and Mustard were harvested in India.
India has a history of Vegetarian cooking. Butter, Ghee, Rice, Lentils, Honey, Milk, Curd, Roots, Herbs, and spices like Cinnamon, Cardamom, Pepper all are added in various dishes to form mouth-watering recipes.
Traditional Andhra Pradesh Dishes are very spicy.
Traditional Dishes of Tamil Nadu
Traditional dishes of Karnataka
Traditional dishes of Uttar Pradesh
Traditional Food of Madhya Pradesh
Non Veg dishes
Traditional Dishes Of North East India
North East India consists of Assam, Tripura, Manipur, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh. It has Fish as its staple diet.
Traditional Dishes of Punjab and Chandigarh
North India is famous for its wheat production and milk produce.
So Punjab and Chandigarh enjoy whole wheat (atta) made parathas with a variety of vegetables.
Vegetables such as Cabbage, Potato.
So we get Aloo Paratha, Gobi Paratha, Cauliflower Paratha with pure and fresh butter and ghee.
Lunch is a diet to die for with Sarso Da Saag and Makke Di Roti especially in winter
Paneer Dishes such as Shahi Paneer, Kadai Paneer.
Various vegetable dishes such as Kofta curry, Lauki ke kofte.
Non Veg dishes
Traditional dishes of Rajasthan and Gujrat
Rajasthan takes pride in making Moong Dal Halwa,Amriti, Rabdi
Mathura is famous for Mathura ke Pede
The traditional dish of Rajasthan is Laal Maas(Rajasthani Lamb Curry)
Traditional dishes of Maharashtra
Maharashtra is famous for the recipes used by preparing freshly ground masalas like
Different regions of the state of Maharashtra differ in taste and have their speciality dishes
Vada Pav, a specialty of Mumbai, Misal, and Usal, or Ragda is famous in various places.
Kolhapur is famous for its very spicy Misal
Similarly, Kolhapur is famous for Authentic “Pandhra Rassa “ and “Tambda Rassa” which is a mutton curry with traditional green or red spices
Konkan belt cooks generously with coconut milk, cashew nuts, Rice, and Mangoes.
Kokum is another typical ingredient of the coastal region of western India as it is grown in plenty
Aurangabad offers a Fusion of Maharashtrian style cooking and Mughlai flavors.
Maharashtra famous for Batata Vada made of mashed potatoes in Basen batter and copra and fried
Pudachi vadi, besan stuffed with onion and coriander mix, spices, and poppy seeds
Zunka Bhakri made of chickpeas or besan paste with onions and curry leaves and ginger garlic paste is served with bajra or jowar roti(Pearl Millet)
This is a traditional and authentic dish of Maharashtra
Pohe is a very common and very famous dish of Breakfast and evening snack
Pav Bhaji made of mashed potatoes with cauliflower, Beans, Tomato in special spices and butter-fried bread is a traditional hit of Mumbai in Maharashtra
Bharli Vangi a traditional eggplant vegetable with spices goes well with Chapati or Bhakri
Puran Poli a traditional sweet dish of gram flour chapati stuffed with dal and jaggery with cardamom and saffron
Sabudana Khichdi is a traditional dish of Maharashtra famous for eating on Fasting days.
Misal Pav a traditional dish can be had any time of the day as a meal as it has potatoes cooked with masalas with bread
Amti this is traditional dal with selected spices for a variety of dishes of dal with Goda Masala
Modak a traditional flour dumpling stuffed with coconut,jaggery and nutmeg, and saffron is famous for the Ganpati festival
Traditional Dishes of Kashmir
Kashmiri Dum Aloo is an authentic and traditional dish of Kashmir.
Kashmiri Pulao is a hit with the tourists who visit Kashmir it is an authentic and traditional dish of Kashmir.
Kashmiri red chilies are a specialty of Kashmir and are only grown in Kashmir.
Authentic and Traditional Indian Recipes