1 Methi Ragi Roti
Methi Ragi Roti is a south Indian bread, and it usually appears on breakfast tables. This roti is crispy cooked with low flame as soft roti is not so delicious and is served with Sambhar. For making this dish, ragi flour, rice flour, onion, salt, and fresh methi are used.
2 Mudakathan Keerai Dosa
Mudakathan Keerai Dosa from Tamil Nadu is a healthy dish. This dish is also a remedy for joint pain. This dosa is made with idli rice, fenugreek seeds, balloon vine leaves, and salt. It is best served with chutney.
3 Angaya Podi
Angaya Podi is a chutney with lots of spices and health benefits.
Ingredients used are ginger powder, kandathipli, arisithipli, red chili, achar dal, urad dal, dried neem, turkey berries, and lots more and all the ingredients are powdered with salt and hing powder. It is best served with curd rice and tastes yummy.
Anarsa is an Indian sweet or pastry like snack served during Hindu festivals. It’s a popular snack for Muslims also. The ingredients are jaggery, poppy seed, rice, and ghee. It’s often served in dessert mainly in Maharashtra or Bihar. This sweet is fried with poppy seeds coated outside with ghee.
5 Kheer Puli
Kheer Puli is an easy and delicious Bengali sweet mainly made on the occasion of Poush Parban. It has ingredients like rice flour, coconut, khoya kheer, sugar, salt, milk, and condensed milk. Pithas are added in last to the mixture of milk and is boiled for 10 minutes.
6 Chicken Kori Roti
Kori Roti is a Tulu Udupi spicy dish and is served with chicken curry. The crispy dry wafers are made with boiled rice. Kori means chicken in Tulu. It needs ingredients like chicken, ghee, onion, coconut, lime, coriander, peppercorns, fenugreek, chilies, and curry leaves.
7 Boti Ni Akuri
Boti Ni Akuri is an authentic, delicious dish made with eggs, milk, boneless mutton, tomato, chilies, coriander, mint, butter, etc. After the cooking is finished, it is garnished with fried onions and coriander leaves and is served best with pao or bread.
8 Pakki Keri Nu Shaak
Pakki Keri nu Shaak is a spicy, tangy, and sweet dish of Gujarat. It is
made with ripe mango, gram flour, chili, cumin, coriander, jaggery, and water. This dish is best served with puri, steamed rice or phulkas for a simple dinner.
9 Singhare Ki Kachri
Singhare ki Kachri is the street food of lanes of Uttar Pradesh. This dish needs ingredients like singhare water, butter, cumin, red chili, ginger, and lemon. Before serving this dish, lemon juice and coriander are sprinkled over and is served with coriander chutney.
10 Chana Dal Fara
Chana Dal Fara is a steamed lentil with stuffed dumplings. It’s found in Bihar or Uttar Pradesh. There are two variations to this dish; one is made with rice flour, and another is made with wheat flour. Ingredients used are chana dal, garlic, cumin seeds, and asafetida.
11 Pindi Miriyam
Pindi Miriyam is a mixed vegetable curry with coconut spice and toor dal. It’s an Andhra special dish with usually brinjals, plantain, potatoes, and bottle ground. It is served with steamed rice, kakarakaya vepudu, and pineapple rasam.
12 Litti Chokha
Litti Chokha is a bihari recipe. It’s a delicious recipe of filling of sattu with kalonji and ajwain. Ingredients used are atta, oil, gram sattu, onion, kalonj seeds, ajwain, potato, and pickle. This dish is served along with ghee.
13 Pappada Vada
Pappada Vada is a delicious dish of Kerala made by deep frying with spicy batter. Its ingredients are basmati rice, chillies, gram flour, cumin seeds, and lots more. It is served until it becomes fully crunchy pappada. This special yummy dish is served with pickle or spicy chutney.
14 Gobhi Danthal
Gobhi Danthal is a punjabi delicacy cooked with love during winters. Ingredients in this dish are cauliflower, garlic paste, onions, tomatoes, and coriander for garnishing. It is often cooked in the cooker to make it soft. This hot, fiery dish is best served with chapati or parantha.
15 Milagu Kuzhambu
Milangu Kuzhambu is healthy pepper gravy. Ingredients used are turmeric, jaggery, red chili, chana dal, urad dal, and fenugreek seeds. If it is made thick, it can be kept it in fridge and can use for two-three weeks. It is best served hot with rice.
16 Chena Poda
Chena Poda is a desert dish made of cheese, sugar, raisin, cashew nuts and chena. It’s an Odisha dish, and it is made at home mainly during Durga Puja. Also, it can be found in small road side stalls along with other sweets such as Rasgulla.
17 Mutter Ka Nimona
Mutter Ka Nimona is a dish usually prepared in winter. Its main ingredients are green peas, potato, onion, jeera, tomato cooked in sunflower oil with coriander, and garlic cloves. This dish is best served with chapati and steamed rice.
18 Baked Koorka Mezhukuperatti
Koorka Mezukuperatti is a Kerala dish made with Koorka also called Chivakizhnagu or Sheema or Chinese potato. Ingredients needed are Chinese Potatoes, Garlic, Coconut Oil, Red Onions, and Chilies.
Maandhia is soup served as a side dish. The ingredients needed are rice water, raw mango, green chili, ghee, jeera, turmeric, hing, red chili, and salt. After the soup preparation, a tadka is done over the soup, and it is served hot with rice and arhar ki dal.
20 Raoh Ki Kheer
Raoh ki Kheer is a delicious sugar cane juice kheer made especially in Punjab. The ingredients needed are sugar, rice, cardamom, raisins, cashew, ghee, and salt. All the ingredients are mixed and cooked well, then it’s kept in the refrigerator and is served chilled in traditional mud pots with black salt.