What to eat in India?

India offers some incredible cuisine, but it also has a reputation for making people ill. Exercise caution when eating and drinking in India. Avoid fresh meals, such as salads and fruits, and never drink tap water. But if you're careful and eat at popular restaurants (avoid street food), you're sure to fall in love with the cuisine.

Samosa

Even those who are new to Indian cuisine may have experienced this excellent alternative. Samosas, which are fried dough pockets filled with delicious ingredients such as potato, onion, spices, and peas, are popular snacks in India. They taste especially well when covered with sauces or chutneys.

Dal Soup

If you enjoy soups, particularly vegetarian ones, you should try a bowl of Dal. Dal is a hearty lentil-based soup flavored with herbs and spices. This soup feels warm in the winter and cools in the summer, making it a favorite option among soup enthusiasts.

Curry 

Curry is one of India’s most popular and well-known dishes. Tomato-based curries are regarded as the ideal comfort meal in India, and this sentiment has spread to other nations. Curry spices are added to sizzling aromatics and other ingredients, which are then simmered together until the flavors blend perfectly. There are several curry varieties to pick from, including lamb, chicken, fish, and shrimp, which are especially wonderful when served over rice.

Biryani

Biryani is a rice dish made with marinated meat (or vegetables) and spices; the specific recipe varies throughout India. Saffron is almost always included, although additional spices such as cinnamon, cardamom, pepper, or cloves may also be present. It's a rather light meal, so if you don't enjoy spicy foods, this may be ideal for you!

Bhaji

This fried onion delicacy resembles a fritter. It's spicy, served hot, and ideal for a rainy afternoon! There are several variations of this dish, including those packed with peppers. They go well with chutney or a cup of tea.

In addition to popular traditional dishes, India is also famous for its Indian street food paradise, from drinks to dishes rich in national identity.

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