Traditional Indian Dishes List


Indian food has diversity like other countries in the world. Different regions of India have varying degrees of thickness. People from different regions enjoy different types of food. But today I will know about the popular dishes that are popular in all parts of India.

1. Butter Chicken

Butter Chicken

Butter Chicken is one of the most popular foods in India. To make it, first mix together sour yogurt, ginger, garlic clove, tomato slices, almond bata, salt, cinnamon powder, clove powder, and cardamom in a container. Now marinate well with chicken and leave it for 30 minutes for a marinade.  Now add oil and butter to a pan. Cook onion for 3 minutes. Now boil 10 minutes with the marinated chicken in it. Now cover it with coriander leaves for 10 minutes. Once the meat is cooked and thick, keep it out of the oven. Serve garnished with almond slices and coriander leaves.

2. Tandoori Chicken

Tandoori Chicken

Tandoori chicken a popular North Indian dish consisting of roasted chicken prepared with yogurt and spices. To make it, mix well with salt and lemon, so that the salt is completely dissolved in lemon juice. Now rub this mixture well and rub it on the meat. Leave in the refrigerator for 20 minutes. Mix the onion, ginger, garlic, pepper, and other dried spices well. Make a paste by mixing boiling tuck curd in it. Give the food color to it. Marinate the meat well with this paste.

3. Rogan Josh

Rogan Josh

Take Ghee in a frypan first. When ghee is hot, add the onion kuchi, ginger kuchi, garlic bata, ginger bata, cinnamon, cloves, red chili powder, hot spice powder, and saffron. When fried, add chicken, tuck curd, salt, and sugar to it. Cover and cook for 20 minutes. When you’re done, serve fun to everyone in the family.

4. Beef Vindaloo

Vindaloo is a popular food in the Goa region of India. To prepare it, first, place the meat in a container and mix it well with all the ingredients except onion, oil, ghee, and spices and leave it for 2 hours. When the fried is done, put the meat on it. Pour the remaining ghee into the pressure cooker in the pan and bring the ghee to a boil. Then add ginger, cardamom, cinnamon, and then saute the garlic on medium heat for 1 minute. Then fry the onion lightly with the onion cookie. Now cook with mashed beef until the water is completely dry. Add 2 cups of water to the container in which you marinated the meat and wait until it boils. The rest of the spices are mixed with the meat. When the meat is boiling, cover the pressure cooker and wait for 5-6 whistles, or about 15-17 minutes. .When the beef is boiling, cover the pressure cooker and wait for 5-6 whistles or until it is about 15-17 minutes. After removing the oven from the oven, open the lid of the pressure cooker and serve in a serving container.

5. Chicken biryani

Chicken biryani

Chicken biryani is one of the most popular dishes in almost all parts of India. To prepare it, first, soak the rice for 10 minutes and gently boil it with hot spices and salt. Put chicken, turmeric, turmeric, coriander, cumin powder, chili powder, ginger, garlic powder together and marinate for 1 hour. Heat the oil and fry the onion with the onion and fry the tomatoes. Now marinate with marinated meat. When almost boiling, cook with lemon juice, fenugreek, pepper powder, hot spice powder, biryani spices for some more time. Drain the water and let it drain when the oil is soaked. Now, in a large container, first cooked meat, cooked rice on it, raw Kalinka, mint leaves, coriander leaves, and again with another layer. Sprinkle milk, ghee, and salt over it and cover and serve well after 30 minutes.

6. Samosas

Now add the flour. When the flour is done, divide the bread into small portions and bake the bread. Cut the loaf into long ribbons and make a whole roast and tighten the face with the inside. Once all the crumbles have been cooked, heat the oil in a pan and fry it for a little while. Fry with the sauce after the whole fry.

7. Malai Kofta

Malai kofta is a delicious vegetarian option. Restaurant-style Malai kofta is cooked in cream gravy made with tomato and cashew nuts. Malay, in fact, means “cream” and both kofta and sauce melt slowly in your mouth. A heavenly dish that keeps the rice moist.

8. Naan

Naan is one of the most popular foods in India. Available almost everywhere in India. Heat the water in a container to prepare it. Take two cups of flour in yeast making container. Take one teaspoon of it.


But before mixing it with salt and a teaspoon of sugar in flour, mix well. Bring it to boiling flour in boiling water and make yeast with warm water as needed. Once the yeast is done, add more oil to the yeast mall and soften it again. Put the yeast in a metal / plastic container and place it in a pot of warm water (put down the stove). The steam rising from the water will be underneath the yeast, the yeast will swell in light heat. Check the yeast after about twenty minutes. The swell has grown and a good scent is coming out. Divide the yeast into six portions (you can make eight in two cups of flour if you want to make small).

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9. Dal makhani

Dal makhani is another popular food in India. The ingredients are whole black lentils, red kidney beans, butter, and cream. The dish gets its richness from the use of the cream, but it can also be prepared with yogurt, milk, or any dairy.  It originated in the Punjab region of the Indian subcontinent.

10. Chaat

Chaat is a delicious snack. Chaat is popular in the cities of Mumbai. Chaat features vary across cities. Served as hors d’oeuvre on the roadside tracks from stalls or food carts throughout the Indian subcontinent. It’s originating in the Indian subcontinent.

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