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29 cuisines from 29 states of India

29 cuisines from 29 states of India

The most obvious notion towards India is its diversity. The diversity of people, language, culture and obviously cuisines are the most amusing part of your trip to India. Here are the 29 delicious cuisines from 29 provinces of the country.

Hyderabadi Biryani (Andhra Pradesh)

Biryani is the most delicious rice dish, eaten all over the South and Middle Eastern Asia. Of all the different varieties of Biryani, Hyderabadi stands on the supreme ones.

Bamboo Shoot Fry (Arunachal Pradesh)

Bamboo shoot fry is a prominent cuisine in north-east India. It is delicate, juicy and crunchy at the same time. When it comes to have nutritious value, this one is among the most healthiest food in India.Bamboo Shoot Fry (Arunachal Pradesh)

 

Maasor Tenga (Assam)

This tangy fish curry is smooth and subtle as most of the North-eastern Foods are. Despite the uses of numerous spices, the taste remained balanced and perfect.

Maasor Tenga (Assam)

Litti Chokha (Bihar)

The Little (which is made from the Wheat flour) is stuffed with the sattu (Black Gram Flour), spices and herbs. It is baked on the coal and then brushed with the Ghee and served along with Chokha (spicy mashed potatoes).

Litti Chokha (Bihar)

Chila (Chhattisgarh)

We all enjoy Chila, no matter which part of India we belong. Thanks to this state that introduces this delicious and quick recipe which has great nutritious value.

Chila (Chhattisgarh)

Goan Fish Curry (Goa)

Your meal in Goa will be incomplete without its signature fish curry. You can try the infamous one from The Leela Palace.

Goan Fish Curry (Goa)

Undhiyu (Gujrat)

One the most reasonable reason why Gujrati waits for winter is the delicious Undhiyu. This mixed veggies cuisine will leave you mouthwatering.

Undhiyu (Gujrat)

Hara Dhania Cholia (Haryana)

This is the easiest to cook the delicious and nutritious dish on your own. The dish contains few spices but the flavour of Channa dominates.

Hara Dhania Cholia (Haryana)

Channa Madra (Himachal Pradesh)

The thick, smooth, yogurt based gravy and soaked chickpeas, makes Madra favorite for everyone. This yummiest recipe creates a delicious aroma and makes you tempting.

Channa Madra (Himachal Pradesh)

Rogan Josh (Jammu and Kashmir)

Many food critics consider it as the most delicious and nutritious lamb dish. Try the cuisine with Naan or rice.

Rogan Josh (Jammu and Kashmir)

Mutton Curry with Potatoes (Jharkhand)

The mutton is cooked with numerous aromatic spices till the oil starts oozing from them. Additionally, the smooth and delicate potatoes add extra flavour to curry.

Mutton Curry with Potatoes (Jharkhand)

Bisi Bele Bath (Karnataka)

The most prominent and local cuisine from Karnataka, the name Bisi Bele Bath comes from the phrase ‘Hot Lentil Rice’.

Bisi Bele Bath (Karnataka)

Puttu (Kerala)

National Geographic Traveler declared it as World’s best breakfast. Puttu is something that goes deliciously with other dishes, you can eat it with fish curry, chicken curry, Kadala curry or papadum.

Puttu (Kerala)

Bhopali Ghost Korma (Madhya Pradesh)

Mostly cooked with whole spices, the tempting flavour of this special Korma is the gift of Bhopali Nawab. The spicy gravy cooked with the mutton till it gets perfect to melt in the mouth.

Bhopali Ghost Korma (Madhya Pradesh)

Pav Bhaji (Maharashtra)

Pav Bhaji is one of the prominent dishes of India and Maharashtrian proudly serve the finest of them. The thick curry of vegetables and spices is eaten with the soft bread.

Pav Bhaji (Maharashtra)

Eromba (Manipur)

A most delicious dish from Northeastern India, Aroma has impressive nutritious value. The boiled vegetables are mashed with the Ngari fish and chillies.

Eromba (Manipur)

Jadoh (Meghalaya)

Obviously, most popular and loved dish in Meghalaya and especially in Khasi region, Jadoh is made of meat and rice.

Jadoh (Meghalaya)

Bai (Mizoram)

The dish is prepared using the local herbs and spices, and the main ingredients are pork, bamboo shoot and steamed vegetables.

Bai (Mizoram)

Axone (Nagaland)

You can Axone is almost every household in Nagaland, this cake form dish is made from the fermented soybeans and other vegetables.

Axone (Nagaland)

 

Macha Ghanta (Orissa)

One of the delicious fish curries that you will find anywhere in India, this Macha Ghanta is the perfect blend of spices and fresh fish.

Macha Ghanta (Orissa)

Butter Chicken (Punjab)

Most popular and most delicious chicken recipe, Butter Chicken is the passionate choice for the Chicken lovers. Punjab is famous for serving the finest Butter Chicken.

Butter Chicken (Punjab)

Laal Maas (Rajasthan)

Rajasthan serves almost hundreds of delicacies that are aromatic and delicious, though it hard to find a single one. This is the red meat (mutton), of which flavour is unforgettable and obviously tempting.

Laal Maas (Rajasthan)

Momo (Sikkim)

We all love Momos. Sikkim serves numerous varieties of them. Whether you are a vegetarian or you love meat, there are the Momos for everyone.

Momos (Sikkim)

Dosa (Tamil Nadu)

Dosa is the most lovable food from South India, you cannot imagine a south Indian menu without this. When you are in Tamil Nadu, you should try this one from the local restaurant.

Dosa (Tamil Nadu)

Sarva Pindi (Telangana)

Though the existence of this state is just a few years ago, it has inevitable recognition when it comes to delicacies. Try Sarva Pindi.

Sarva Pindi (Telangana)

Kosoi Bwtwi (Tripura)

Simple, delicious and still tempting, this one is the most popular dish in the Tripura’s households. It is nutritious and delicious at the same time.

Kosoi Bwtwi (Tripura)

Kebabs (Uttar Pradesh)

The most difficult task for any food lover is to come up with a single name when you love many of them at the same time. Besides, Chole Bhature, Korma, Curry, and numerous sweets, you should try Kebabs.

Kebab (Uttar Pradesh)

 

Kafuli (Uttarakhand)

The thick and tangy gravy of various green leaves vegetables, make Kafuli delicious and nutritious. It served with the homemade butter and the spices enlisted to make it more tongue twisting.

Kafuli (Uttarakhand)

Shorshe Ilish (West Bengal)

Bengal is the paradise for Art lover and foodies. Among the plethora of options, it becomes hard for foodies to come up with a single dish, though they enjoy a lot eating them. Shorshe Ilish is simple yet highly flavoured fish with curry that you’ll ever eat.

Shorshe Ilish (West Bengal)

The final word

The above-mentioned cuisines are the main course of your dining, if you have any suggestions feel free to discuss in the comment box below.

 

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The most obvious notion towards India is its diversity. The diversity of people, language, culture and obviously cuisines are the most amusing part of your trip to India. Here are the 29 delicious cuisines from 29 provinces of the country.
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