What is your favorite Indian food?
25 Jan 07
Every thing cooked by MOM. She's the greatest cook in the whole wide world, I bet no-one, I really mean No-one ( not ven my wife) can cook as good as my MOM does. She cooks everything with LOve She serves the food with smile I Like every thing she cook's Hey, by the way I like to cook too, but not as good as my mom
25 Jan 07
favourite indian food, being indian the list could be very long. But Bhartha for me is at the top of the list, my mother can make a whole big bowl of it and I can finish the whole thing. As for other favourites: Rajma (Red Kidney Beans) and Bhindi (Okra)
23 Jan 07
my kinda favorite north indian food are butter naan with paneer butter masala/butter chicken..very good combination..all varieties of parathas :)and about south indian food i love eating butter dosa,appam with egg curry ,and all keralite dishes:)
• United States
27 Feb 07
I love chicken biryani and palak (sp?) paneer. I love the naan, too. For those who do not like spinach, you may turn into a spinach lover if you try the palak paneer, as it is delicious. It is best eaten with naan, but if you run out of it, you can always eat it with basmati rice. Have you ever noticed the difference between an Indian restaurant and your typical American restaurant? American restaurants have a tendency to get noisy. I have never been in an Indian restaurant that was noisy. Never. It is very peaceful. The waiters/waitresses never seem rushed.
• United States
21 Nov 07
dear inspirationstation, i too like naan, but like puris better, especially, the white puris, they are so much better than whole wheat puris. also i like eggplant dishes, and i like paneer palak, which is spinach with cubes of fried curd in it...i always order it...and peas pilalo. indian food is my favorite food, i cook some dishes myself, sometimes...stanzi
8 Feb 07
Kadhi Another thing to go with Babita's rice! Mix curd and besan to form an even, smooth paste. Add water--- less if you like thick kadhi and more if you like it watery---till you get a mixture that is slightly more liquid than the kadhi you want. (It'll thicken as it cooks) Throw in half a teaspoon of methi seeds (Mom says besan's bad for the tummy, but methi makes it okay ;)) and boil the mixture. Once it boils, turn the flame low and continue to cook for about 8 minutes. And it's done! Now for the seasoning.... Heat a teaspoon of oil in a ladle and sputter mustard seeds, add curry leaves and whole red chillies. Fry till done and pour over the kadhi. You can add pakoras to make it kadhi pakoda, or boondi to make it boondi kadhi, or just have it as it is! this is my favourite. i know to make it.