Top 20 Yellow Colour Food Items

Top 20 Yellow Colour Food Items
Top 20 Yellow Colour Food Items

There are a variety of food articles present in this modern world. Throughout the day, we eat items irrespective of their colors, but when it comes to eating color based food items, our options get limited. In this article, we explain the top 20 yellow color food items which might not have crossed your mind and can be a go-to meal for you. Here have a look!

1. Maggi

The 2 minutes go-to dish, the midnight snack, the comfort food, a yes for all the generations is none other than Maggi. These wavy noodles serve our cravings for eating the spicy food we want. Directly from the kitchen to our bowls, this dish has the elite taste of satisfying our wants. From mountains to remote regions, no matter where you are, you can always find Maggi noodles.


2. Dhokla

The vegetarian culinary dish right from the Indian state of Gujarat serve as a breakfast, side dish, the main course is DHOKLA. This dhokla is existed in various types like Khatta dhokla,

Meetha dhokla, Besan dhokla, Khaman dhokla etc. Many of the reasons for choosing dhokla are that it has low-calorie, is healthy, and is a protein-packed snack.


3. Khandvi

Also known as Patuli, Dahivadi, or Suralichi Vadi, the snack in Maharashtrian cuisine and Gujarati cuisine of India is KHANDVI. Primarily made of gram flour and yogurt, it consists of yellowish, tightly rolled bite-sized pieces. It is a very nutritious snack enjoyed the best at snack time.


4. Yellow rice

A traditional yellow colored dish not just famous in India but in other cuisines as well. It goes well with Dahi and is high in vitamin A. It is light, fluffy, and super easy to make. You can make it plain or spicy so that it goes with different meals.


5. Poha

Also known as paua, or aval, it is a flattened rice dish originating from the Indian subcontinent. It can be served at breakfast. Most famous in Indore, Indori Poha along with jalebi has been charming visitors ever since the olden days.


6. Bread Pakora

Bread pakora is an Indian fried snack which is also known as bread bhaji. It is stuffed with  mashed potatoes and is a common street food. Piping hot Bread Pakora is almost irresistible, especially for street food lovers. While having a tangy and spicy taste, it can surely give you a mouth-watering experience as it is Crispy from the outside and soft from the inside.


7. Pulao

Pulao is a one-pot rice dish which is supremely aromatic and made by cooking fragrant basmati rice with aromatic spices, herbs, and sometimes stock. The usage of elegant spices makes it a sophisticated dish. Various pulao recipes are present, like vegetable pulao, matar pulao Tawa pulao, Kashmiri pulao, etc.


8. Dal

It is one of the simplest Indian dals made with split petite yellow lentils. A tempering (tadka) of cumin seeds, mustard seeds, and curry leaves can be added to make this a flavorful & comforting dish. The dal pairs well with a bowl of rice. The flavors that are added in the end are highly recommended.


9. Besan chilla

The simple protein-packed and aromatic spiced gram flour pancakes from North Indian cuisine is besan ka chilla. Besan chilla translates to gram flour pancake. Most importantly, these are kid’s approved and can be served as an evening snack and in breakfast. Besan chillas are loved by all as they are aromatic and taste delicious.


10. Moong Dal Halwa

It is made from ghee and mung lentils and can be considered as one of the most addictive and flavorsome halwa varieties. It is usually made on occasions like Holi, Diwali, marriages, etc. It is a popular sweet dish recipe straight from cities of North India. You can’t resist eating this delicious Moong dal halwa.


11. French  Fries

“Exercise, I thought you asked for extra fries.” Even if you are full and can’t take another bite you still have to eat these yummy fries. The crispy, long fried potatoes fried in deep fat, is known as French-fried potatoes, then French fries. Be it with a burger or grilled cheese sandwich, it goes along with every item. Your uncontrollable cravings for French fries can never be satisfied.


12. Motichor Laddo

The popular sweetened round balls from North Indian cuisine are often made from flour, sugar, and ghee or oil is motichor laddo. The soft and sweet laddo, which deliciously melts in the mouth, has its importance. Usually made for major Indian festivals like Diwali, Ganesh Chaturthi, or any celebrations like weddings, birthdays, and also for religious Pooja ceremonies, this sweet dish is always a Yes.


13. Medu Vada

Usually made in a doughnut shape, Medu vada is a South having a crispy exterior and soft interior. Most famous in South India and Sri Lanka, it can be served in the breakfast. It is specifically made from urad dal (split black gram) and rice, it is often served with sambar(lentil and vegetable stew), Dahi(curd), or coconut chutney.


14. Mango Ice-Cream

It is smooth, fluffy and soft ice cream made from milk and mangoes and is served as a dessert itself. Mangoes leaves a creamy texture and high flavor to this mouth-watering frozen dessert. It is the ice cream flavored with the King of fruits making, it a perfect dessert.


15. Aloo Puri

The most favorite breakfast of Sunday mornings is aloo puri, but you can’t eat it regularly as it is a heavy meal. The spicy aloo is served with steaming hot puri right from the Kadai, and as a sidekick, you can add chopped onions and lemon wedges. A combination of aloo-puri with sooji halva is most common in North India.

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16. Frooti

The first tetra pack introduced with the concept of ‘grab and go’ was Frooti. It is made of mango pulp and is ready-to-serve beverage. It can quench your thirst in seconds, and you can carry it anywhere. It comes in different sizes to relish mango fruit taste.


17. Paneer Tikka

The most delicious North Indian cuisine made with chunks of paneer marinated in spices and grilled in a tandoor is paneer tikka. This dish can-force you to lick your fingers at any cost. This dish is served hot seasoned with lemon juice and chat masala. Vegetarians can eat paneer tikka in spite of chicken tikka.

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18. Rasmalai

Rasmalai is a Bengali delicacy that is most popular among the sweet dish lovers of India and Bangladesh. It is soft, juicy, delicious, and perfectly melts down in your mouth. Here ras translates to juice, and malai refers to cream. Having low sugar, it maintains a perfect balance of sweetness in it. Because of which it can also be consumed by diabetic patients sometimes.


19. Masala Sweet Corn

The super quick, spicy, yet healthy snack is masala sweet corn. Mainly prepared with sweet corn kernels, this snack is the perfect blend of sweet and hot flavor. The spices added to this give it a tangy texture while maintaining the sweetness of the corns. This lip-smacking chaat is a street food that can be served as an evening snack or even as a salad.


20. Pineapple Cake

Pineapple cake is a moist, refreshing and flavorful fruit cake. It is made of pineapple, and cream filling, topped with slices of pineapples. Every piece of the cake bursts with luscious pineapple flavor and is irresistible for pineapple flavor lovers. It is an ideal fruit cake for any occasion like birthdays or anniversaries.