The Best 8 Traditional Indian Dishes You Should Try

The Best 8 Traditional Indian Dishes You Should Try

No matter where you’re from or where you live, you always want to try food that offers unique taste and flavors. Without a doubt, the best one in that chart is traditional Indian food. The Indian cuisine is a mixture of unique taste, spices, herbs, and flavors with a tiny pinch of its cultural diversity.

Different states in India offer different cuisine, so if you go to Punjab, make sure you try their Sarson ka saag, and if you go to South India, make sure you try their biryani and Sambaar Dosa.

With that, Bikaner Sweets and Restaurant brings you the best traditional Indian dishes you should try during your next visit to a traditional Indian restaurant in Calgary!

Traditional dishes

Here are the best 8 Traditional Indian Dishes You Should Try

  1. Masala Dosa

Originating from Karnataka, the Masala Dosa is a south Indian dish that is finger-licking good. Paired with sambaar, the masala dosa uses potato, onions, and herbs and spices for its Dosa.

  1. Rogan Josh

Rogan Josh is loved by Kashmiris and if you trace its beginning, you can find the dish in the Persian Cuisine. The recipe that is used in making Rogan Josh varies on where you actually are, different states and cities use different techniques. If you want to try the original lamb meat dish, go to Kashmir!

  1. Hyderabadi Biryani

Everyone knows Biryani. This one originates from the Mughal times and uses lamb or chicken meat. The Hyderabadi Biryani stands out from the rest of the biryanis because of its unique taste, the amount of spices and herbs used in it, and its different flavors.

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  1. Chaat

If you love fast street food, then you should definitely try Chaat. This one is a sweet and sour snack that comes in a wide range of variety which includes masala puri, kachori, behl puri, paani puri, and masala chaat. It originated in North India, but you can find it in every corner of India.

  1. Sarson Ka Saag And Makki Di Roti With Ghee

Makki Di Roti (Corn Flour Roti/Flat Bread) and Sarso Ka Saag (a leaf-based dish that consists spinach, mustard leaf, collard greens, basella, etc) is the center of the Punjabi cuisine.

It doesn’t really look nice if you’re trying it for the first time, but once you taste it, you’ll get the best rich creamy flavors of the dish.

Make sure you try this one with Ghee and Lassi!

  1. Tunde Kabab

Tunde Kabab is laved by everyone in Lucknow, the Tunde Kabab is the iconic dish of Lucknow, and was first made in 1905. This unique juicy dish uses over 150 ingredients in total and uses buffalo meat as its main ingredient.

  1. Vada Pav

Loved by everyone in Mumbai, Vada Pav is found everywhere in the streets of Maharashtra. Many believe that the streets of Mumbai are not complete without this dish.

This vegan dish uses a potato patty, chilly, herbs, and spices that are sandwiched in a bread roll that is called Pav.

  1. Dhokla

Dhokla is a Gujrati vegetarian dish that is usually eaten in breakfast or as a main course. Many prefer this one to be eaten as a snack. It is made with a fermented batter that is made out of rice and split chickpeas.


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