India is quality riched in food and its taste, people are coming from all over the world to just taste Indian varieties of food.
Indian food has a few distinct characteristic that make it ‘desi’; Its liberal uses of spices like ajwain, dalchini, cloves, dark cardamom, star anise, dhania and tamarind. Its affection for marrying flavors and in particular its variety of addictive street foods. Fresh pani puris, mind-blowing papri chaats and steaming hot aloo tikkis.
There we go for best food of India:
1) Rogan Josh
It is one of the best dishes of Kashmir. Robust with varied spices, the dish is cooked with the aroma of fennel seeds, garam masala, bay leaves, turmeric and is indeed a celebration of all senses. Its characteristic splendid red color generally comes from liberal measures of dried Kashmiri chilies that have been de-seeded to decwarmth heat.
2) Butter Chicken
Butter chicken or murgh makhani is an Indian dish of chicken in a somewhat spiced curry sauce. It is served in India and abroad. The dish has its roots in Punjabi cooking and was created by the Moti Mahal eatery in Delhi, India. Chicken is marinated for several hours in a yogurt and spice mixture. The spices may include garam masala, ginger, garlic paste, lemon or lime, pepper, coriander, cumin, turmeric andÂ chili.
3) Banjari Gosht
Banjari Gosht is one of the favorite recipes from Rajasthan. Experience true Rajasthani flavors with this dazzling mix of yogurt and delicious mutton pieces.
4) Hyderabadi Biryani
Hyderabadi biryani is a type of biryani, from Hyderabad, India. It is readied as kachay gosht ki biryani and dum ki biryani.
The ingredients are basmati rice, goat or chicken meat, yogurt, onions, spices, lemon, saffron. coriander leaves and fried onions are used as garnish. The preferred meat is goat, but chicken, or other meats are used in some variations.
5) Dhokla is a vegetarian food thing that begins from the Indian state of Gujarat. It is made with an fermented batter derived from rice and split chickpeas. Dhokla can be had for breakfast, as a side dish, or as a snack. Dhokla is similar to that of Khaman.