Indian is an incredible country, and we all know that. Well, the actual soul of this holds in its delicious foods, colorful and rich culture, interesting people and so many wonderful things that are tough to find anywhere else in the world. It has something really pure and special that can be expressed or weaved into words. After all, certain feelings are just felt and expressing them is not easy.
This blog is a tribute the extravagant, rich, delicious, and wonderful Indian culinary world. One thing for sure that place has got so many dishes that can satisfy the palate and soul of any gourmand and even tough food critics. We have heard about the edible flower, fried ice cream, pasta, lamb curries, and so many mouth-watering dishes.
But, this country has a treasure of delicious food that has a power of delicious food. Let’s have a look at few outstanding delicacies found in Indian – the land of spices.
Now, giving an introduction to this symbol of royalty. After all, it is prepared with heavy milk, tasty dates, ghee, sugar and dry fruits. With these ingredients only, you can guess the richness and taste of this dish. And, preparing this sweet dish is not a piece of cake because it requires ample of time and years of experience to bring the actual flavors of this dish on a plate.
If you really have a bit of Indian royalty, this dish should be on your bucket list for sure.
Kamal Kakri Kofta Curry From
In case you wondering what Kamal kakri is, let me tell you, it is none other than our Lotus steam, which is a popular ingredient used all over the world. But, one thing for sure India has taken it to a completely new level. This Kofta dish is what stands out and stays on your tongue for a long time. Crunchy koftas served in curd based gravy and the distinctive flavor, as well as taste, makes it a must have from India.
Let’s go vegetarian! Honestly, anyone would love to be if they get to eat this for the entire week. It is made from various vegetables you can think about. It is a popular dish from Gujarat, which talks about the simplicity of this place. The curry is an amalgam of potatoes, eggplant, peas, green beans, purple yam, and other seasonal vegetables, all slow-cooked into an even pulp. The things don’t end here it is packed with various nutrition and goodness.
Undhiyu is traditionally made upside-down in earthen pots, heated from above!
Have you ever taste the Tibetan delight. Thupka? If no, you must try Gyathuk as well. This is a wonderful dish made with the base of Gyathuk, which is just like Thukpa served with egg noodle or plain noodles. And, the dish is flavored with a lot of Sikkimese spices and Ajinamoto. Another interesting thing about it is, there is a vegetarian version of Gyathuk, which is very healthy and filled with seasonal vegetables and shreds of iceberg lettuce.
Now with all these dishes you must have understood why we call India a land of magnificent flavors. So, if you are planning to visit this place, these dishes should sure short be on your list.