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Zaika India ka: 15 lip-smacking Cuisines that India boasts

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Zaika India ka: 15 lip-smacking Cuisines that India boasts

The country where food and language change every 250 Km, the country which is just as famous for its food as it is for its heritage is our country – India. A study published in Technology Review states that Indian cuisine is the amongst the most diverse cuisines and one of the least complex cuisines in the world. Here are some cuisines that India boasts about

 

  • #1. Jammu and Kashmir

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The heavenly land, the abode of gods and the ‘Firdaus’ of our country Kashmir definitely has the most diverse cuisine, Rogan Josh, Gushtaba and Tabaknat are the state’s culinary best.

 

  • #2. Himachal Pradesh

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The land of panoramic views is also the land of unmatchable flavors, with dishes like Channa Madra and Nashpati Sabzi are dishes you won’t be able to forget.

 

  • #3. Uttarakhand 

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Our very own hill stations and chill out spots are not only famous for this but also it’s eccentric cuisine that consists of rare delicacies like Kafuli, Phanu, Ripe Lemon chaat with bhaang chutney.

 

  • #4. Punjab

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The land of five rivers are such amazing chefs that you dare not miss out on their delectable cuisines, the most famous amongst which is Sarson ka Saag and Makke ki roti, other famous dishes include Amritsari fish fry and Kulcha.

 

  • #5. Gujrat

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The most fun cuisine among all, the perfect touch of salty, spicy and lots of sweet, Gujarati food is sure to tantalize your taste buds with its dishes like Khandvi, Dhokla, Fafda, and Dhansak.

 

  • #6. Rajasthan

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The land of Rajputs and of great epics, fighters and rulers is as famous for its heritage and history as it is for its fiery cuisine that will surely grab your water tumblers and still want for more, Laal Gosht is one such delicacy with other dishes like Gatte ki Sabji and Daal-Baati.

 

  • #7. Maharashtra

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Just as variant as the state is its food with a multitude of flavors and types, the most loved delicacy of the state is its Vada-Pav, Puran-Poli, and Thalipeethi come up a second close.

 

  • #8. Andhra Pradesh

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Everyone’s favorite Mutton Biryani rules this state with its tantalizingly wafting fragrances and scrumptious flavors.

 

  • #9. Karnataka

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The diverse land of Karnataka has its food influences from different cultures and regions and hence has a diverse veg as well no-beg cuisine, some of its famous dishes include Akki roti with Ellu Pajji as its breakfast major, Bisi Bele bhath, Raw Banana Palya and Lemon and Tamarind rice make lunch and dinner favourites with sweet delicacies like Mysore Pak and Ambali.

 

  • #10. Kerela

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The land of serenity, beauty and the land of backwaters is just as known for its food to which includes dishes like Uttapam, Appam, Kerela Paroha with its oh-so-delicious Beef curry, Thalaserry Biryani and Palda Payasam.

 

  • #11. Odisha

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Home to the favorite delicacy of every Indian home  – Rasgulla is also home to various other dishes like Besara, Chungdi Malai, Pakhala and Santula along with desserts like Khaja, Malpua, and Rasabali.

 

  • #12. Arunachal Pradesh 

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The land of Rising Sun is also the land of scrumptious and eccentric delicacies like the Dry-fried chicken with Bamboo shoots, Pika Pila (Dry meat cooked in fiery Bhoot-Jhulakia), Peak and Marua.

 

  • #13. Manipur

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The most picturesque state and one of the seven sisters has its unique and healthy with culinary favorites like Chamtong (vegetable stew), Eromba (rice and fish), Thambou Sinju (Fish-fry with salad), Paaknam and Chahao Kheer.

 

  • #14. Tripura

Highly influenced by the culture of Bangladesh and neighboring countries, Tripura’s cuisine is a delectable mix of all, Tripura’s favorite though is Mui Borok (dried and fermented fish) with dishes like Wahang Mosdeng (pork ), Panch Phoron Tarkari with appetizers like Mosdeng Serma.

 

  • #15. Nagaland

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The hidden jewel of the seven sisters, mostly famous for its tribal culture is also home to authentic and simple yet delicious cuisine that have dishes like Samathu (Pork and chillies), Aikibeye (Mustard leaf and colocasia roots), Fish cooked in Bamboo and Bushmeat, top all this with its famous rice beer – Zutho.

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