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100

Four-letter flat brown bread

Naan or Roti

100

Crispy flat crepe made with lentils

Dosa(or dosh, or dosai)

100

A ball-shaped sweet made with besan (gram) flour

Laddoo

100

A deep-fried fritter made of vegetables dipped in a chickpea batter, served as an appetizer or a snack in South Asian cuisine.

Pakora

100

A spiced mixture of mashed vegetables in a thick gravy served with bread.

Pav bhaji

200

Traditional lentil dish, often served as a soup or stew, served with rice and/or roti

Daal

200

A traditional soup made with tamarind and other spices

Rasam

200

Soft spongy balls are made from a dough of flour and milk powder (or condensed milk), fried and soaked in syrup. They're often flavored with cardamon and rose, which gives rise to their name.

Gulab jamun

200

The special clay oven used in North Indian cooking

Tandoor

200

Flat bread stuffed with potatoes, onions, and spices

Aloo Paratha

300

Mixed vegetable stew usually served with roti or naan

Sabzi

300

Soft & fluffy steamed cake made of fermented rice & lentil batter. These are one of the healthiest protein packed Breakfasts from South Indian cuisine.

Idli/Idly

300

Swirly desert made with semolina and rice flour; donut-like texture

Jalebi

300

A vegetable/lentil soup or stew-like dish usually made with leafy green vegetables served with Poori.

Saagu

300

Unleavened deep-fried bread

Poori

400

The main ingredient in Chana masala

Chickpeas or garbanzo beans

400

A popular rice-based dish, especially in Andhra Pradesh, with seven letters

Biryani

400

A fruit salad, which is usually made using banana, apple, mango, grapes, milk and coconut. It is eaten after a meal, and is prepared in many temples, and/or during festivals as a prasad (offering to God).

Rasayana

400

A thin cracker common in the Gujarati cuisine of western India, especially among Jains. It is made from mat bean, wheat flour and oil. It is served usually during breakfast.

Khakhra

400

It is a popular bite-size chaat consisting of a hollow, crispy-fried puffed ball that is filled with potato, chickpeas, onions, spices, and flavoured water, usually tamarind or mint, and popped into one's mouth whole.


Gol gappa (also known as Pani puri)

500

A fried dumpling which is a popular snack in India, often filled with potato, peas, and/or meat

Samosa

500

I am a popular sweet in South India, originating in the city of Mysore, and prepared using flour, ghee and jaggery

Mysore pak

500

North Indian dessert that will melt in your mouth like cotton candy. It's a must during Diwali festival celebrations.


Soan Papdi

500

The dish consists of a deep fried potato dumpling placed inside a bread bun (pav) sliced almost in half through the middle. It is generally accompanied with one or more chutneys and a green chili pepper.

Vada pav

500

Brown in colour crispy fried roll with a spicy filling. it is a spiral of light brown and dark brown colour. It is a traditional Maharashtrian snack and spicy.


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