Our Favourite Indian Foods: Delhi

We would like to start of by presenting to you some our “all time favourites” within the Indian delicacies available today. Of course, all of the dishes presented here are also available in our restaurant menu. In fact, we mostly recommend them for first timers, and for those who are new to Indian as well as Asian food. Rest assured, these are not just favourited by Americans and us, but also they are very known in the whole of India. So jump in, and let’s tart the journey of food, culture and travel!

First a representative of the capital of city in India, Delhi. There the food is known as part of the “Mughlai cuisine” which is as tasty as ever and ranges from extremely spicy to mild. So there is something for everyone. It’s actually heavily influeced by Pakistani cuisine as well as the cuisine from Karachi. While the range of influence is broad, the Mughlai cuisine is well established and recognised as it’s own genre of Indian food.

Korma

Korma DishAnd our favourite dish, known as “Korma” is a Delhi delight that probably originates from somewhere around South Asia. It consists of braised meat or vegetables and a spicy sauce that’s made with yogurt, cream and nut paste. While there are a lot of braised dishes in India, this one has a very special texture and tasty flavour because of it’s ingredients. In our restaurant, we prefer to add chicken to take the overall flavour to it’s heights!

For desert, we recommend the Sheer khurma which is a sort of vermicelli pudding that is especially popular amongst muslims. We’ll cover another Indian location in our next post so stay tuned!

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  1. I have only had Indian food once, but it is one of the best things I have ever had. It would be nice to try out the restaurant that is nearby. It is said to be one of the best Indian restaurants in the area. I would love to try the best Indian food because then I will know what Indian food tastes like.

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