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Its a pleasure to write about my very own Indian food and dishes packed in tatse and flavors.Indian cuisine is a combination of its culinary expertise and cultural values.This blog is an initiative to reach the audiences eager to know about popular Indian foods and dishes.

Stri fried masala aloo/A tangy Indian potato savory
Masala chole/Spicey chickpeas curry


Matar rice/An exotic Indian staple and a delicious combination of rice and green peas mixed with seasoning and spices.
Creamy potato/Indian cuisine

Indian foods are known for its tatse,regional representation and culinary ideas.The culinary heritage of India has been spreaded to other parts of the globe beautifully.The popularity of Indian cuisine has made its way to other countries through social media and other means of communication.





Stir fried long beans seasoned with flavorful Indian spices
Carrot rice/An exotic and flavorful Indian savory


While writing about Indian food,the first thing that comes to mind is Indian staple.Indian staple is a balance of nutrition,health and tatse.Dal(lentils),chawal(rice),vegetables,roti(tortillas) are the most common staple every Indian family swear by.Indian staple is considered as one of the best food type to balance health and nutrition.

Masala papad/A crispy Indian starter

Different delicious dishes from different region, signifies the cultural roots of India.Starting from Street foods to desserts,Indian food market is huge.The spices,taste and flavors Indian food offers,is absolutely exotic.The culinary expertise shows how Ingridients are used the right way to reap the flavors and taste.

Aloo chokha/Aloo bharta/Indian mashed potato

Indian spices

Indian spices

Indian spices have always been a topic of discussion while exploring Indian cuisine.India is the hub of spices that are incredibly flavorful and delicious.No food is complete without the hint of Indian spices and flowers.

Spices like red chilli powder,turmeric powder,coriander powder,cumin powder are some the most used spices in day to day Indian kitchen.Apart from this,there are many other spices that are used to make specific dishes delicious.

The role of spices in Indian food is absolutely stunning.Endless exotic dishes are being prepared justifying the importance of spices in Indian cuisine.

Foods in Traditional India

Writing about traditional Indian foods can be a fascinating journey through the diverse culinary landscape of India. Here are some traditional foods from various regions of India that you can explore:

  1. Dhokla: A popular snack from Gujarat, Dhokla is a steamed cake made from fermented rice and chickpea batter, often served with chutneys and garnished with mustard seeds and coriander.
  2. Masala Dosa: A staple of South Indian cuisine, Masala Dosa is a crispy, fermented crepe made from rice and urad dal, filled with a spicy potato mixture and served with sambar and coconut chutney.
  3. Rasgulla: Originating from Bengal, Rasgulla are soft, spongy balls made from chhena (Indian cottage cheese) and soaked in a light sugar syrup.
  4. Dal Makhani: A creamy and rich lentil dish from Punjab, made with whole black lentils (urad dal) and kidney beans (rajma) cooked slowly with butter, cream, and spices.
  5. Pongal: A traditional dish from Tamil Nadu, Pongal is made with rice and moong dal, often prepared during the harvest festival of Pongal. It can be both savory (Ven Pongal) and sweet (Sakkarai Pongal).
  6. Pani Puri/Golgappa: A beloved street food across India, Pani Puri consists of hollow, crispy puris filled with spicy tamarind water, chickpeas, potatoes, and chutneys.
  7. Makki di Roti and Sarson da Saag: A classic winter meal from Punjab, Makki di Roti is a flatbread made from cornmeal, served with Sarson da Saag, a spicy mustard greens curry.
  8. Thali: A traditional Indian meal that includes a variety of dishes served on a single platter, such as rice, chapati, dal, curries, chutneys, raita, and desserts. Regional variations include Rajasthani Thali, Gujarati Thali, and South Indian Thali.

These dishes represent just a small sample of India’s rich culinary heritage, showcasing the country’s diverse flavors, ingredients, and cooking techniques.