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Veg cuisine[edit]

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A plate of Aloo gobi for you
Here is one plate of Aloo gobi for you. Aloo gobi is a curry made from potato and cauliflowers and it is popular in India, Bangladesh, Pakistan.
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A plate of Baingan Bharta for you
Here is a plate of Baingan Bharta for you. Baingan bharta is a part of the national cuisines of both India and Pakistan. It is primarily a vegetarian dish that comprises bharta (minced vegetables) made from eggplant (baingan) which is grilled over charcoal or direct fire, to infuse the dish with a smoky flavor.
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A plate of Dosa for you
Here is a plate of Dosa for you. Dosa is a South Indian food and is a fermented crepe or pancake made from rice batter and black lentils. Hope you'll like it.
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A plate of Idli for you
Here is a plate of Idli for you. Idli is a south Indian food which became popular throughout India over time. Generally Idli is served with sambar and chutney. The earliest mention of Idli can be found in a writing called Vaddaradhane by Shivakotiacharya written in around 920 A.D.
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A plate of Khichdi for you
Here is one plate of khichdi for you. Khichdi is an Indian comfort food made from rice and lentils and was the inspiration for the Anglo-Indian dish kedgeree. Khichdi is also thought to be the inspiration for the popular Egyptian dish, Kushari.
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Makki di Roti Sarson da saag for you
Look, here I have brought Makki di roti with Sarson da saag for you. Makki di roti is bread made from corn flour and Sarson da saag is a curry made from mustard leaves with spices.
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A plate of Mixed vegetable biryani for you
Here is a plate of Mixed vegetable biryani for you. Biryani is a rice-based dish made with spices, rice (usually basmati), and mixed with chicken, mutton etc. But, the plate being served is vegetable biryani.
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A North Indian thali (meal) for you
Here is a North Indian thali (meal) for you. In this meal rice is served with naan, daal, raita, shahi paneer, and salad. Hope you'll like this North Indian thali.
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A plate of Upma for you
Here is a plate of Upma for you. Upma is a common South Indian breakfast dish, cooked as a thick porridge from dry roasted semolina. Various seasonings and/or vegetables are often added during the cooking, depending on individual preferences.
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Non-veg cuisine[edit]

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A plate of Butter chicken for you
Here is a plate of Butter chicken for you. Butter chicken, which is also called Murgh Makhani is an Indian non-veg food.

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A plate of Chicken biryani for you
Here is a plate of Chicken biryani for you. Biryani is a rice-based dish made with spices, rice (usually basmati), and mixed with chicken, mutton etc. Biryani was believed to have been invented in the kitchen of Mughal Emperors. It is very popular in the Indian subcontinent and is a key element of the South Asian cuisine.
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A plate of Chicken curry for you
Here is a plate of Chicken curry for you. Chicken curry is a popular food in South East Asia, specially in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh.
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A plate of Chital Macher Muitha for you
Here is a plate of Chital Macher Muitha! Chital Macher muitha is a Bengali dish and is made of Chital MaachClown KnifefishChitala chitala.

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A plate of Egg curry for you
Here is a plate of Egg curry for you. Egg curry is a popular non-veg dish of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Hope you'll like it.

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A plate of Fried fish for you
Here is a plate of Fried fish for you. Fried fish is a popular non-veg food in South East Asia, specially in India, and Bangladesh. In Bengali fried fish is called Machh bhaja.
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A plate of Keema for you
Here is a plate of Keema for you. Keema is a traditional South Asian meat dish. It is typically minced mutton curry with peas or potatoes. Keema can be made from almost any meat, can be cooked by stewing or frying, and can be formed into kababs.
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A plate of Mutton Masala for you
Here is a plate of Mutton Masala curry for you. Mutton Masala is a popular food is South East Asia, specially in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh.
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A plate of Panta Ilish for you
Here is one plate of Panta Ilish for you. Panta Ilish is a popular Bengali comfort food — a traditional platter of leftover rice soaked in water with fried Hilsa, supplemented with dried fish (shutki), pickles (achar), lentils (dal), green chillies and onion — a popular dish for the Pohela Boishakh festival.
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A plate of Rogan Josh for you
Here is a plate of Rogan Josh for you. Rogan Josh is an aromatic mutton dish of Persian origin. Rogan (روغن) means "oil" in Persian, while Josh (جوش) means "heat, hot, boiling, or passionate". Rogan Josh thus means cooked in oil at intense heat. Another interpretation of the name Rogan Josh is derived from the word "Rogan" meaning "red color" (the same Indo-European root that is the source of the French "rouge" and the Spanish "rojo") and "Josh" meaning passion or heat.

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A plate of Shami kebab for you
Here is a plate of Shami kebab for you. is a popular Iranian and Indian variety of kebab, also found in Pakistani and Bangladeshii cuisine. It is composed of a small patty of minced meat, (usually chevon in India, but occasionally lamb or mutton), with ground chickpeas, egg to hold it together, and spices.
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A piece of Shorshe Ilish for you
Here is a piece of Shorshe Ilish for you. Shorshe Ilish, a Bengali dish made of Hilsa fish and it is mostly popular in Eastern India and Bangladesh.
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A plate of Tandoori chicken for you
Here is a plate of Tandoori chicken for you. Tandoori chicken is a popular Indian dish consisting of roasted chicken prepared with yogurt and spices. The name comes from the type of cylindrical clay oven, a tandoor, in which the dish is traditionally prepared.
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Snacks[edit]

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A plate of Bhelpuri for you
Here is a plate of Bhelpuri for you. Bhelpuri is a savory Indian snack, and is also a type of chaat. It is made out of puffed rice, vegetables and a tangy tamarind sauce.
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A plate of Chana Masala for you
Here is a plate of Chana Masala for you. Chana Masala is a popular food in countries of the Indian Subcontinent, specially in India, Pakistan, Bangaldesh.
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A plate of Dum Aloo for you
Here is a plate of Dum Aloo for you. In Bengali, it is called Aloor dum. Dum Aloo is a popular dish in countries of the Indian Subcontinent, specially in India, Bangaldesh. Hope you'll like it.
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A plate of Ghugni for you
Here is a dish of Ghugni for you. Ghugni is a popular dish of eastern Indian states like West Bengal, Assam, Tripura and Bangladesh. Hope you'll like it..
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A plate of Panipuri for you
Here is a plate of spicy Panipuri for you. Panipuri is also known as "Golgappa", "Phuchka" etc. and it is a popular snack in South East Asia and soecially in countries like India, Pakistan, Bangladesh.
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A plate of Papri Chaat for you
Here is a plate of Papri Chaat for you. Papri Chaat, Paapri Chaat or Papdi Chaat is a Pakistani and north Indian fast food. Chaat, an Indo-Aryan word which literally means lick, is used to describe a range of snacks and fast food dishes; papri refers to crisp fried dough wafers made from refined white flour and oil.
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A plate of Pav Bhaji for you
Here is a plate of Pav Bhaji for you. Pav Bhaji is a Maharashtrian fast food which became popular in all over India. Pav bhaji consists of bhaji (a thick potato-based curry) garnished with coriander, chopped onion, and a dash of lemon and lightly toasted pav. The pav is usually buttered on all sides.
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A plate of Samosa for you
Here is a plate of Samosa for you. Samosa is fried or baked pastry with a savory filling, such as spiced potatoes, onions, peas, lentils. This is a popular refreshment food in countries of the Indian Subcontinent, specially in India, Bangaldesh, Pakistan.
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Desserts[edit]

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A plate of Bebinca with ice cream for you
Here is a plate of Bebinca with ice cream for you. Traditional Bebinca has 16 layers, but you can make as many as you like The ingredients include plain flour, sugar, ghee (clarified butter), egg yolk, coconut milk and almond slivers to garnish.
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A plate of Chutney for you
Here is a plate of Chutney for you. Chutney is a family of condiments from India and South Asian cuisine that usually contain some mixture of spice(s), vegetable(s) and/or fruit(s). There are many varieties of chutney.
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A plate of Gajar Ka Halwa for you
Here is a plate of Gajar Ka Halwa for you. Gajar Ka Halwa is a sweet dessert pudding associated mainly with India and Pakistan. It is made by placing grated carrot in a jar containing a specific amount of water, milk and sugar and then cooked, stirring regularly. It is often served with a garnish of almonds and pistachios.
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A bowl of Gulab jamun for you
Here is a bowl of Gulab jamun for you. Gulab jamun is a popular cheese-based dessert, similar to a dumpling, popular in countries of the Indian Subcontinent such as India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh.
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A plate of Jalebi for you
Here is a plate of Jalebi for you. Jalebi is a sweet popular in countries of the Indian Subcontinent, specially in India, Pakistan, Bangaldesh. Hope you'll like it.
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A cup of Mitha Dahi for you
Here is a cup of Mitha Dahi for you. Mitha Dahi is a fermented sweet dahi or sweet yogurt and mainly poplar in Bengal. Hope you'll like it.
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A bowl of Pantua for you
Here is one bowl pantua for you. Pantua is a sweet popular in countries of the Indian Subcontinent, specially in India, Bangaldesh. It is also known as Ledikeni.
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A plate of Rasgulla for you
Here is a plate of Rasgulla for you. Rasgulla is a cheese-based, syrupy sweet dish popular in the Indian subcontinent particularly in the Indian states of West Bengal and Odisha. The dish is made from ball shaped dumplings of chhena (an Indian cottage cheese) and semolina dough, cooked in light syrup made of sugar.
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A plate of Sandesh for you
Here is a plate of Sandesh for you. Sandesh is an Indian dessert made with milk and sugar. There are different varieties of sandesh like naram pak, kara pak etc.
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A plate of Papad/Papadum for you
Here is a plate of Papad for you. Papad is a thin, crisp disc-shaped Indian food typically based on a seasoned dough made from black gram (urad flour), fried or cooked with dry heat. Flours made from other sources such as lentils, chickpeas, rice, or potato, can be used. In South India it is called Papadum.
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Drinks[edit]

Non-alcoholic[edit]

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A glass of Lassi for you
Here is a glass of Lassi for you. Lassi is a non-alcoholic drink, made from milk and popular in countries like India, Pakistan and Bangladesh.
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A bottle of Limca for you
Here is a bottle of Limca!
Limca is an Indian soft drink and the company is the publisher the Limca Book of Records, a record book similar to the Guinness Book of Records.
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A bottle of Maaza for you
Here is a bottle of Maaza!
Maaza is a Coca-Cola fruit drink brand marketed in India and Bangladesh, the most popular drink being the mango variety, so much that over the years, the Maaza brand has become synonymous with Mango.
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A glass of Rooh Afza for you
Here is a glass of Rooh Afza!
Rooh Afza is a non-alcoholic concentrated squash made with fruits, herbs and vegetable extracts. It was formulated by Hakeem Hafiz Abdul Majeed in 1906 in Ghaziabad, British India
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A glass of Sharbat for you
Here is a glass of Sharbat for you. Sharbat is a popular Indian and West and South Asian drink that is prepared from fruits or flower petals. It is sweet and served chilled. It can be served in concentrate form and eaten with a spoon or diluted with water to create the drink.
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Here is a bottle of Thums Up!
Thums Up is an Indian soft drink. It was introduced in 1977 to offset the expulsion of The Coca-Cola Company from India. The brand was later bought by Coca-Cola who re-launched it in order to compete against Pepsi.
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Alcoholic[edit]

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A bottle of Kingfisher (beer) for you
Here is a bottle of Kingfisher!
Kingfisher is an Indian beer brewed by United Breweries Group, Perumbavor. The brand was launched in 1978. With a market share of over 36%, it is India's largest selling beer, with 1 out of every 3 bottles of beer sold in India being a Kingfisher brand. It is available in 52 countries outside India.
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Miscellaneous[edit]

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Paan (Banaras wala) for you
Here I have brought Banaras wala Paan for you. If you eat this, it will open your bandh akal ka tala. Paan is a stimulating, psychoactive preparation of betel leaf combined with areca nut and/or cured tobacco. is chewed and finally spat out or swallowed. It has many variation

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