When it comes to popular Indian dishes, the list is endless. Indian food is so diverse that it may be hard to try all of the dishes in your lifetime.
If you want to try Indian food, you can easily choose from the below list. This list is made with the feedback of various customers, our staff and chef. The list is divided into veg as well as non-veg.
If you want to test authentic Indian food, you can visit Royal Eatery; we have a variety of popular Indian dishes that you can try.
In India, each region has its cuisine. There are numerous sorts and meals to choose from, all of which are equally tasty. Listed below are 10 of the most popular Indian dishes.
Vegetarian Indian Dishes
One of the most popular Indian cuisines is paratha. In Royal Eatery, we serve Aloo paratha and Cheese paratha.
The unleavened dough is rolled with stuffing and spices before being fried on a hot Tawa with butter or ghee.
Paratha is commonly eaten with butter, chutney, or Indian pickles in various parts of northern and western India.
2. Vegetable Samosa
The Vegetable Samosa is an excellent option for those who prefer vegetarian meals.
Its filling is made up of fresh veggies that have been cooked to perfection with a bit of spice, making it fresh, juicy, and delicious.
It has a unique texture and flavour due to the crisp shell and the vegetables inside. It’s a delicious appetiser as well as a long-time favourite snack.
3. Dhaal Maharani
Dal Makhani, which translates as buttery lentils, is one of the most popular Indian meals. This thick and creamy dal can be found on the menus of nearly every Indian restaurant on the planet.
Dal Makhani is a delectable dish made with whole black lentils, Bengal gram, and red kidney beans, all cooked in a lot of butter, heavy cream, and mild spices.
Make it a special recipe to serve with naan or jeera rice for an outstanding meal on special occasions or holidays.
4. Paneer butter Masala
One of the most famous paneer recipes in Indian cuisine is paneer butter masala. Its gravy has the perfect balance of spicy and creaminess, making it flexible and straight to serve with any Indian bread.
Butter Paneer is another name for Paneer Butter Masala. It’s a rich, buttery Indian cottage cheese mixed in a creamy tomato cashew sauce that’s fantastic.
This paneer curry is one of the most difficult vegetarian dishes to prepare. It also has the same flavour as the one offered in Indian restaurants.
5. Gajar Halwa
Gajar halwa is one of the famous Indian desserts. It is made with juicy red carrots cooked in milk with sugar, ghee, and nuts.
Gajar Ka Halwa Recipe is a carrot-based dessert primarily made in winter.
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1. Butter chicken
In restaurants, butter chicken is one of the most popular and frequently ordered dishes. The aromatic golden brown and occasionally charred chicken pieces go so nicely with the highly creamy gravy.
Butter chicken is one of those dishes that is quite tough to master at home. However, Royal Eatery serves delicious butter chicken.
The smokiness of Kashmiri chillies, as well as the delicate notes of nutmeg, mace, and pepper, the aroma of green cardamom and cinnamon, and the aroma of green cardamom and cinnamon, can make a big difference in your butter chicken.
Royal Eatery has veg and non-veg biryani.
In veg, we have Vegetable Biryani and Kashmiri Biryani. In Kashmiri, biryani is made with nuts and fruits.
In Non-veg we have Fish Biryani, Prawn Biryani, Goat Biryani, Chicken Biryani, Lamb Biryani and Beef Biryani.
3. Chicken Curry
Curry can be prepared in a variety of ways in India. They do, however, share a sauce prepared with onions, garlic, tomato, and traditional Indian spices like coriander, turmeric, and garam masala.
A creamy thickening ingredient, such as yoghurt, coconut milk, or cream, is used in some recipes. This simple chicken curry is also one of the most delicious.
4. Tandoori Chicken
Tandoori chicken is a delicious smokey chicken appetiser that you will enjoy. The marinated chicken is roasted or grilled in a clay oven or tandoor in the traditional method.
Skinless legs and thighs are marinated in a mixture of yoghurt, lemon juice, and spices, then cut to the bone in multiple places to help the marinade permeate and the chicken cook faster.
Use bone-in thighs and legs for tandoori chicken because they have enough fat to stay moist under the grill’s heat.
5. Fish curry
One of the most diverse fish dishes is fish curry. Fish curry is made differently in each region of the country.
Any fish can be used to prepare a fish curry; however, freshwater fish is best. Steam rice, ghee rice, jeera rice, roti, paratha, or naan are the ideal serve to the fish curry.