What is your favourite indian food?

@dentidle (293)
Switzerland
June 4, 2007 7:19am CST
Internationally the prefered indian dishes are Samosa, indian flat bread and curry in any form. What is your favourite? thot about other dishes also welcome.
5 responses
@maferick (1583)
• Brazil
30 Jun 07
hmm,i have a great recipe to share with you,hope you like it:) Fresh Prawn Pickle INGREDIENTS: * 1 kg (just over 2 pounds) king prawns * 750 ml white vinegar * 2 dozen dry red chillies * 4 tsps cumin seeds * A thumb-sized piece of ginger * 15-20 cloves of garlic (one large pod) * 7 tbsps oil * Salt PREPARATION: * Wash, shell and devein the prawns. Pat them dry with a paper towel. * Mix salt to taste and the turmeric powder and rub into the prawns. Keep aside to marinate for an hour. * Grind the red chillies, ginger, garlic and cumin seeds into a thick, smooth paste in a food processor by adding a little vinegar at a time. * Heat 4 tbsps of oil on a medium flame and stir fry the prawns till golden. # Drain on paper towels and allow to cool. # Fry the spice paste you made earlier with 3 tbsps ofoil, till the oil beging to separate from the masala. Now add the remaining vinegar (season if necessary) and cook on a medium flame for 15 minutes more. Allow it to cool fully. # Place the prawns in a glass pickling jar and pour the cool spice mix over them. # Mix well and allow to 'rest' for a few days before eating. # Eat with rice and daal or just plain boiled rice. its my favorite;)
@dentidle (293)
• Switzerland
2 Jul 07
Mouthwatering recipe. Thanks.
@321633wy (1795)
• United States
6 Jun 07
My favorite indian food is Tandury Chicken and capati with curry chicken.I have an indian friend who is very good cook.THey like to invite us for dinner sometimes.It's so delicious....I'm drooling now..LOL
@dentidle (293)
• Switzerland
2 Jul 07
Tandoori is my husband's favourite too.
@maehan (1445)
• United States
5 Jun 07
Prata, tandori chicken. yum!
@dentidle (293)
• Switzerland
2 Jul 07
Hmmm...yummy!!!!!
• India
4 Jun 07
my favorite indian dish. mas ala dosa and jawer roti
@dentidle (293)
• Switzerland
2 Jul 07
what is jawer roti? Haven't heard of it.
@mdvarghese (1789)
• Bangalore, India
4 Jun 07
Dear dentidle, India is called a country of UNITY IN DIVERSTY.......In different parts of India, people will speak different languages.......I think there are more than 50 languages.....They follow different traditions, customs, culture and they eat different Food in different parts of the country...........If on goes to the other part of the country he may not able to adjust with the available or favourite food of that area.......So there are different types of mouth watering dishes in India.......But I prefer Fish curry and White Rice...........
@dentidle (293)
• Switzerland
2 Jul 07
Yes, varghese i agree with u.