For a Starter: Vegetable Samosa
Two fried pastry shells stuffed with roasted cumin potatoes and green peas served with mint and tamarind chutney.
For a Wraps & Rolls: Chicken Tikka Roll
What can be a better way to fight ‘hunger attacks’ than a big fat juicy chicken tikka roll? Chunks of meat and sauces wrapped in roti is one of the most exquisite and satisfying foods that can be had anytime and anywhere- while travelling, while working and even while relaxing.
For a Drink: Mango Lassi
Lassi is a yogurt-based drink that originated in the Indian subcontinent and is now popular the world over. Especially good with spicier dishes, lassi will cool your palette and keep you coming back for more. Try mango lassi for a classic, fruity drink.
For Vegetarians: Daal Maharani (Daal Makhni)
It would be remiss to discuss traditional Indian food without mentioning Daal Maharani commonly known as Daal Makhni! This classic Indian cuisine is Lentils and beans simmered overnight with tomatoes, spices and fresh cream.
For Meat Lovers: Butter Chicken
Chicken, goat, and lamb are all common in traditional Indian cuisine — but there’s nothing quite like butter chicken. This dish consists of boneless white meat tandoori chicken simmered in a mild tomato cream sauce infused with cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, and bay leaves. Is your mouth watering yet?
For a Dessert: Gulab Jamun
Indian desserts consist of bold spices with sweet intonations. One of the most popular Indian desserts is gulab jamun: fried Indian cheese balls in sugar syrup. It’s the perfect way to end your meal!