Indian cuisine is full of mouth-watering delicacies that you would want to try at least once in your lifetime. Like the country itself food also comes in diversity, all different states have something or the other that you must try.
So to give your taste buds the delicious linger that they would keep on craving for. Here in the blog, we have mentioned about those famous Indian dishes which you cannot simply afford to miss at any cost.
Most of the Indian dishes are high in calorie and carbohydrates but in taking them once or twice a month is really okay but when it comes to the dishes like tandoori chicken, a dish of roasted chicken coated in yogurt and generously spiced, giving the meat its characteristic red color. The flavor of coal and smoke-infused in chicken will satisfy your taste buds giving them the heavenly taste. Tandoori chicken, or chicken for that matter, is very rich in protein. Moreover, it is cooked in an oven (tandoor) makes it preserve all those proteins that it initially had. Protein is essential in building up muscles. So if you want muscles, eat Tandoori chicken. Chicken is a better source of protein than mutton or even beef. That is why you should eat more if it. Tandoori chicken is absolutely a great dish for you to try. If you have not tried it yet, then it should be on the top of your To Eat list.
Dal makhani is a cherished staple food from the cuisine of Punjab, North India. Apart from Punjab, Dal Makhani is common all over the world because of its richness in taste and nutrition. It is the type of Dal made of boiled lentils or other dried legume/ pulses eaten in the states of Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and now basically around the globe. The best part about dal makhani is that goes well with naan, roti, chapatti or rice. This dal is rich in carbohydrates and vitamins but few people find it hard to digest for them ginger can solve this problem so people going through such conditions should ask the cook to add more ginger and then they can also enjoy their meal to the fullest.
One of the most famous Indian desserts is gajar ka halwa. It is also known as gajerala, grated carrots are cooked in a pot having a definite amount of water, milk, and sugar and then prepared while stirring regularly. It is often served with a savory of almonds, cashew, and pistachios. The nuts and other items used are first sautéed in ghee (clarified butter).
Once you eat it once you will immediately get fond of it and will crave for more. But as this dessert is made using lots of ghee, milk and dry fruits so it contains too much fat, therefore, we would recommend you eat it in limited amount if you can control the demand of more by your taste buds.