Indian food is not only the food but an outcome of different dynasties that rule in India for a long period. If we talk about the core Indian dishes than there are numerous number of delicious dishes that hold a great food foundation in India. During the period of Mughals in India, their foods got mixed up with Indian dishes. Some regional dishes that continued for centuries still hold importance in the hot list of Indian Foods.
Let’s just see some of the Indian dishes that are quite popular in abroad:-
Chicken Tikka Masala - England
Chicken Tikka Masala entered in the list of National food of England in 2013. British rule in India continued for 200 years and after the India achieved its independence, the magic of Indian spice is still on the minds of English People. They just loved the gravy item of chicken with naan, it includes cream, yogurt and Indian spices.
Rogan Josh - Wales
Rogan josh is a lamb dish of Persian origin, and its name roughly translates to “cooked in oil at intense heat.” It was brought to Kashmir and other areas in and around India and is now one of the most craved types of curry in Wales.
Different Halwa’s – Australia
There are different sweet shops in the region of Sydney. All types of halwa’s especially Gajar halwa is most preferred in the Australia.
Chicken Curry & Rice – USA
There are a lot of Indian food outlets in the USA. But the chicken curry with rice is one the most famous dishes in USA Washington area. There are also many other dishes that are famous in USA and neighbouring countries like Canada, Mexico etc.
Butter Chicken – Central & Western Asia
A famous dish in the Southern, Central & Western Asia also known as “Murg Makhani”. Traditionally butter chicken marinated for an overnight and it includes Garam masala, Ginger paste, Garlic paste, lemon, pepper, coriander, cumin, turmeric and chilies. Prepared with the help of Tandoor.
In the present scenario, Indian food and its outlets are getting popular in different countries. Hope this lead the Indian food market to new height. Stay tuned to LOPSCOOP for more food updates.
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Author – Adnan Alam
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