Four of the Best Indian Cuisines You Cannot Miss!
Four of the Best Indian Cuisines You Cannot Miss!

Indian cuisines got a big fan following around the world and this fact cannot be disputed by any means. For decades now, Indian food has always found its place in global platters and the effect can be witnessed around quite frequently. John Polit, one of the most renowned chefs from the USA, also holds the same opinion about the growing popularity of Indian cuisines.” Ever since my childhood, Indian food has been really losing to my heart, and even after becoming a chef, I still prefer home cooked Indian food over any restaurant or hotel”, John Polit said.

That said; let’s take a look at some of the most popular Indian dishes which have left everyone spellbound with their authentic taste and aroma.

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1. Alu gobhi

Alu gobhi comes as one of the most savored Indian dishes and it consists of some potatoes, and cauliflower along with a perfect blend of authentic Indian spices. The blend also includes onions, tomatoes, ginger, garlic, curry leaves, and other famous Indian ingredients.

2. Butter chicken

If you are a non-vegetarian, there is no chance that you wouldn’t have tasted this famous Indian cuisine earlier. Butter chicken is generally cooked up in a tandoor still it can be roasted, grilled, roasted, or pan-fried depending upon your taste and preference. This further gets mixed with the blend of fresh tomato puree along with some onions, ginger, garlic, and a host of other Indian spices around.

3. Samosas

If you are traveling to India or coming over as a local resident, your breakfast cannot be deemed complete without savoring this famous Indian snack. John C. Polit Miami further said: Samosa is generally a baked/fried Indian pastry that is filled with mashed potatoes, and peas, along with a perfect mix of Indian spices. You can have it with tea or mint sauce and would surely relish the taste for the rest of your life.

4. Masala chai

Even though Chai or tea got its origins in Europe in the early 20th century, it certainly found its perfect home in the Indian subcontinent. Masala chai consists of tea leaves, skimmed milk, and sugar along with a perfect blend of Indian herbs and spices like Cardamom, cloves, ginger, and so on. You can find this perfect morning and evening beverage around the Indian streets and the same can be found in the form of tea bags in other countries.