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List Of Top 50 Popular Indian Foods


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Doodlebrary

April 13, 2024

  • Here’s a list of 50 popular Indian foods that span various regions and culinary traditions:
  1. Biryani: Fragrant rice dish with meat (chicken, mutton, or fish) and aromatic spices.
  2. Butter Chicken (Murgh Makhani): Creamy tomato-based curry with chicken.
  3. Tandoori Chicken: Marinated and roasted chicken cooked in a tandoor.
  4. Paneer Tikka: Marinated and grilled or roasted paneer cubes.
  5. Masala Dosa: Thin, crispy rice crepe filled with spiced potatoes.
  6. Chole Bhature: Spicy chickpea curry served with deep-fried bread.
  7. Samosa: Triangular pastry filled with spiced potatoes and peas.
  8. Rogan Josh: Aromatic and flavorful Kashmiri lamb curry.
  9. Dal Makhani: Creamy black lentils and kidney beans cooked with spices and butter.
  10. Aloo Gobi: Potato and cauliflower curry with spices.
  11. Chicken Tikka: Marinated and grilled chicken pieces.
  12. Naan: Soft and leavened Indian bread, often served with curries.
  13. Pani Puri/Golgappa: Hollow balls filled with spicy and tangy flavored water, potatoes, and chickpeas.
  14. Hyderabadi Biryani: Fragrant biryani with basmati rice and marinated meat.
  15. Palak Paneer: Cottage cheese cubes in a creamy spinach gravy.
  16. Dhokla: Steamed fermented rice and chickpea flour cake.
  17. Aloo Paratha: Stuffed Indian bread with spiced mashed potatoes.
  18. Gulab Jamun: Deep-fried milk-solid dumplings soaked in sugar syrup.
  19. Tandoori Roti: Unleavened whole wheat bread cooked in a tandoor.
  20. Chaat: A variety of savory snacks with a combination of flavors.
  21. Murg Makhani (Butter Chicken): Creamy and tomato-based chicken curry.
  22. Dum Aloo: Potatoes cooked in a rich and spicy curry.
  23. Bhindi Masala: Okra (ladyfinger) cooked with spices.
  24. Kheer: Creamy rice pudding flavored with cardamom and garnished with nuts.
  25. Jalebi: Spiral-shaped, deep-fried sweet soaked in sugar syrup.
  26. Raita: Yogurt-based side dish with various additions like cucumber or mint.
  27. Pulao: Fragrant rice dish with spices and vegetables.
  28. Fish Curry: Spicy and tangy curry made with fish and coconut.
  29. Chicken Curry: Chicken cooked in a flavorful and aromatic curry.
  30. Idli: Steamed rice and lentil cake, often served with coconut chutney and sambar.
  31. Vada Pav: Spicy potato fritter in a bun, a popular street food.
  32. Mutton Korma: Rich and flavorful mutton curry.
  33. Bhature: Deep-fried bread, usually served with chole.
  34. Keema Matar: Minced meat (keema) cooked with peas.
  35. Mango Lassi: Yogurt-based drink with mango pulp.
  36. Pesarattu: Green gram dosa, a specialty from Andhra Pradesh.
  37. Bisi Bele Bath: Spiced rice dish with lentils and vegetables.
  38. Kadai Paneer: Paneer cooked with bell peppers and spices.
  39. Rasgulla: Spongy, round sweets soaked in sugar syrup.
  40. Misal Pav: Spicy sprouts curry served with pav (bread), a Maharashtrian dish.
  41. Kofta Curry: Dumplings made with vegetables or meat in a rich curry.
  42. Chicken Biryani: Biryani with marinated chicken.
  43. Aloo Tikki: Spiced potato patties, often served as a snack.
  44. Shahi Tukda: Bread pudding with saffron and dry fruits.
  45. Dahi Puri: Small, crispy puris filled with yogurt, potatoes, and chutneys.
  46. Mango Pickle (Aam ka Achar): Spicy and tangy mango pickle.
  47. Baingan Bharta: Smoky-flavored mashed eggplant.
  48. Kadhi Pakora: Gram flour dumplings in a spiced yogurt curry.
  49. Korma: Mild and creamy curry made with yogurt and nuts.
  50. Rajma Chawal: Red kidney bean curry served with rice.
  • This list is by no means exhaustive, as Indian cuisine is incredibly diverse, with each region offering its unique flavors and specialties.

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