Nothing like a hot, yummy Indian meal to rouse me from my slumber. Do you have a favorite Indian dish? Make me hungry: Share yours in the comment below. 🙂
I could eat nothing but butter chicken every day forever and be happy. I’m uncreative like that.
I’m with Roto13, I’d probably go for butter chicken, or murg makhani as it may be called. Definitely Delhi style (I’m thinking of a particular restaurant here in Pune that does it really great, very, very buttery (and service inversely proportional to the taste)).
There’s another restaurant here in Pune that does a fantastic chicken kheema.
On the other hand (er, the veg hand…), I really like paneer pasanda from yet another restaurant.
And my Punjabi friend’s Mom makes a fabulous sarson ka saag…
There’s a Indian restaraunt in Inglewood that makes this awesome dish called Nihari… My friends and I are seriously addicted to it. We make a ritual out of going together at least once a month and chowwing down! Makes my mouth water just thinking about it… man, I think it’s been over a month already, better make some plans!
One of my favorite North Indian dishes is saag paneer. (Heck, anything with paneer tastes awesome, imho.) South Indian dishes that get me going: paper dosa, iidli with coconut chutney, uupma. Man, now I’m REALLY getting hungry. 🙂
Why the Great British dish Chicken Tikka Masala. Some say it comes from Glasgow, but all I know is it tastes delicious.
There’s too many things to choose from; rogan josh, khulla keema, murgh makhani, dal makhani, chhole, rajmah dal, tadka dal, palak paneer, aloo mattar…
Betweenvahrehvah.com and showmethecurry.com, and the 1000 Great Indian Recipes cook book that I got for Christmas, between 5 Spices 50 Dishes and Indian in 6, through Curries without Worries, my love of the cuisine has restructured my life…and helped me lose over 100 lbs in a year.
The food in India rocks….the most tasty food available is here in India. I love Biriyani and chicken chaap, do try them if u find it in ur place i bet u will love it.
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