List of Indian dishes

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This is a list of Indian dishes. Many of the dishes on this list are made all across India. Indian cuisine encompasses a wide variety of regional cuisine native to India. Given the range of diversity in soil type, climate and occupations, these cuisines vary significantly from each other and use locally available ingredients such as: herbs, vegetables and fruits. The dishes are then served according to taste in either mild, medium or hot. Indian food is also heavily influenced by religious and cultural choices, like Hinduism and traditions. Some Indian dishes are common in more than one region of India, with many vegetarian and vegan dishes. Some ingredients commonly found in Indian dishes include: rice, wheat, ginger, green chillies and spices.

Indian cuisine by region[edit]

North-East India[edit]

The North-East of India includes Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim, Tripura and Arunachal Pradesh.[1]

Name Image Description Vegetarian/
Non-Vegetarian
Maach Jhol Fish with potol, tomato, chillies, ginger and garlic from Assam Non-Vegetarian[1]
Pork Bharta Boiled pork with onions, chillies, ginger and garlic from Tripura Non-Vegetarian[1]
Chak-Hao Kheer Purple rice porridge from Manipur Vegetarian[1]
Galho Galho is similar to khichdi, a dish made from rice and also lentils and also popular in the most parts of North East India Non-Vegetarian


North India[edit]

Name Image Description Vegetarian/
Non-Vegetarian
Aloo gobi Aloo gobi.jpg Cauliflower with potatoes sautéed with garam masala, turmeric, sometimes kalonji and curry leaves. Vegetarian
Aloo tikki Aloo Tikki served with chutneys.jpg Patties of potato mixed with some vegetables fried Vegetarian
Aloo matar Aloo Mattar.jpg Potatoes and peas in curry Vegetarian
Aloo methi Aloo Methi (Aaloo Methi).JPG Potato with fresh Methi leaves. Vegetarian
Aloo shimla mirch Spicy alloo with tadka mirchi.jpg Green capsicum with potatoes sautéed with cumin seeds, onions, tomatoes, ginger-garlic paste, turmeric, red chilli powder and garam masala Vegetarian
Amriti with rabdi a dessert made by combining amriti with rabdi Vegetarian
Amritsari fish Fried fish made with curry, ginger, and garlic Non-Vegetarian
Amritsari kulcha Amritsari Kulcha.jpg mildly leavened flatbread Vegetarian
Baati Baati.jpg hard, unleavened bread cooked in most of areas of Rajasthan, and in some parts of Madhya Pradesh, and Gujarat states of India. Vegetarian
Bhatura Bhatura.jpg a fluffy deep-fried leavened bread originating from the Indian subcontinent. Vegetarian
Bhindi masala Okra sautéed with onions and tomatoes Vegetarian
Biryani India food.jpg Mixed rice dish, optional spices, optional vegetables, meats or seafood. Can be served with plain yogurt. Non-Vegetarian
Butter chicken Chicken makhani.jpg dish, originating in the Indian subcontinent, of chicken in a mildly spiced tomato sauce. It is also known as murgh mahal Non-Vegetarian
Chaat Delhi Chaat with saunth chutney.jpg Street food. Usually containing potato patty fried in oil, topped with sweet yogurt, and other sauces and spices Vegetarian
Chana masala Choleindia.jpg Chickpeas of the Chana type in tomato based sauce. Vegetarian
Chapati Chapatiroll.jpg unleavened flatbread originating from the Indian subcontinent and staple in India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, East Africa and the Caribbean. Vegetarian
Chicken razala a Bhopali style chicken cooked in a rich gravy with mint
Chicken Tikka Chicken tikka by fatima.jpg Chicken with spices served on a skewer
Chicken Tikka masala Chicken tikka masala.jpg Chicken marinated in a Yogurt tomato sauce. It is known to have a creamy texture.
Chole bhature Chana masala.jpg Main course with Chick peas, assorted spices, wheat flour and bhatura yeast. Vegetarian
Daal baati churma a Rajasthani specialty Vegetarian
Daal puri Stuffed dal in parathas Vegetarian
Dal makhani (kali dal) Dal Makhani.jpg a main course with lentils Vegetarian
Dal fara Vegetarian
Dal Dal Makhani.jpg Assorted types of lentils, sucfch as toor, urad, chana, masoor dal Vegetarian
Dal fry with tadka Typical north Indian tadka Vegetarian
Dum aloo Kashmiri Dum Aaloo.JPG Potatoes cooked in curry Vegetarian
Poha Poha, a snack made of flattened rice.jpg Specialty from Madhya Pradesh. Common snack in central part of India. Flattended rice, potato, turmeric. Vegetarian
Fara Stuffed Lentil Dumplings Vegetarian
Firni This is a dessert made of fine flour and ghee that is made only in Pundri. Vegetarian
French bean aloo Diced French beans with potatoes cooked with chopped onions, tomatoes sautéed with cumin seeds, green chillies and garam masala Vegetarian
Gajar ka halwa Gajjar ka halwa (carrot halwa).JPG sweet dish native to U.P. / Punjab. Carrot, Milk, Ghee, Cashew. Vegetarian
Gajar matar aloo Diced red/orange carrots and potatoes sautéed with black mustard leaves, garnished with ground black pepper powder and lemon juice Vegetarian
Gobhi matar Aloo gobi matar ki sabji.jpg Cauliflower in a tomato sauce Vegetarian
Imarti JalebiIndia.jpg spherically meshed sweet dish from North India made up of batter from moong dal dipped in sugary syrup Vegetarian
Hari mutter ka nimona (green peas daal) a Typical north Indian tadka Vegetarian
Jalebi Awadhi jalebi.jpg A North Indian twisted noodle like sweet dish dipped in sugary syrup Vegetarian
Jaleba A bigger form of jalebi Vegetarian
Kachori Cachuri2 flipped.jpg Rajasthani / Marwari special Vegetarian
Kadai paneer Kadai Paneer Recipe.JPG Paneer and green peppers in tomato gravy Vegetarian
Kadhi pakoda Gram flour with yogurt with gramflour fried balls Vegetarian
Karela bharta a bitter gourd or melon dish Usually vegetarian
Katha meetha petha / halwakadoo Pumpkin cooked in spices Vegetarian
Kheer Kheer.jpg Rice cooked with milk and dry fruits Vegetarian
Khichdi Khichuri-edit.jpg Rice cooked with daal and veggies and sauteed Vegetarian
Kofta Paneer Kofta Curry - Kolkata 2011-09-20 5426.JPG Gram flour balls fried with vegetables. Gram flour, veggies, rolled into balls with gram flour and fried in oil and then cooked with curry. Vegetarian
Kulfi falooda Matkakulfi.jpg dessert to ward off sweltering heat of summers Vegetarian
Lauki ke kofte Lauki ke Kofte.jpg a way to serve bottle gourd Vegetarian
Lauki ki subji a way to serve bottle gourd Vegetarian
Litti chokha Litti Chokha.jpg a baked salted wheat flour cake filled with sattu (baked chickpea flour) and some special spices Vegetarian
Makki di roti, sarson da saag Saagroti.jpg Creamed sarson mustard leaves, with heavily buttered roti made from corn flour. Punjabi winter favorite. Vegetarian
Mathura ke pede a sort of a confection Vegetarian
Methi saag, chaulai saab Veggie leaves sauteed in oil and garlic with little masalas. Cooked mostly in central part of India. Vegetarian
Misi roti Whole wheat & gram flour dough ground masalas, pan fried Vegetarian
Mixed vegetable mixed vegetables, slow cooked with a tomato sauce added. Vegetarian
Moong dal ka halwa a dish made with yellow lentils, milk, sugar, and nuts Vegetarian Dessert
Murgh musallam Non-Vegetarian
Mushroom do pyaza Mushrooms & Onions in a tomato masala sauce spiced with chilles Vegetarian
Mushroom matar Mushrooms and sweet peas in a masala or chili sauce Vegetarian
Naan Annapurna Naan.jpg Tandoor-baked soft flatbread made with refined wheat flour. Vegetarian
Navrattan korma Vegetables, Nuts, Paneer Cheese in a tomato cream sauce
Pakhala Pakhala Cooked rice with water Vegetarian
Palak paneer Palakpaneer.jpg Paneer cubes in spinach gravy Vegetarian
Paneer butter masala Popular Indian dish, Paneer Butter Masala.jpg Paneer made with Indian Cheese. Paneer is substituted for meat in Vegetarian dishes Vegetarian
Paneer tikka masala Paneer Tikka masala.JPG vegetarian alternative to chicken tikka masala Vegetarian
Pani puri Indian cuisine-Panipuri-03.jpg a typical Indian tadka Vegetarian
Panjeeri Panjeeri.JPG a mixture of butter, dried fruits and whole wheat flour served as a dessert. Vegetarian
Papad Onion Masala Papad.jpg[2] A crispy add on to Lunch and Dinner, for adding a spicy and crunchier taste to food. Vegetarian
Paratha Mintparatha.jpg flatbread native to the Indian subcontinent, prevalent throughout the modern-day nations of India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Maldives, and Myanmar, where wheat is the traditional staple Vegetarian
Pattor A flour based snack Vegetarian
Phirni Phirni.jpg a rice Pudding Vegetarian
Pindi chana a chickpea dish Vegetarian
Pinni An almond based dessert Vegetarian
Rajma chaval a bean curry with rice Vegetarian
Rajma Rajma, kidney beans, served with chawal, rice.jpg Main. Kidney beans & assorted spices. Vegetarian
Ramatori subji a spicy side dish made with any two vegetables i.e. potatoes and cabbage Vegetarian
Rongi Black eyes peas, onions and tomatoes in a curry sauce Vegetarian
Samosa Samosachutney.jpg Normally served as an entree or appetiser. Potatoes, onions, peas, coriander, and lentils, may be served with a mint or tamarind sauce Vegetarian/meat varieties
Samose Samosa at BarCampMumbai4.jpg a typical north Indian tadka Vegetarian
Sattu ki roti a dish from Bihar Vegetarian
Shahi paneer Shahi paneer and palak paneer.JPG A popular Indian, as well as Punjabi and Nepalese dish, made with paneer in a thick cream and tomato gravy and spices Vegetarian
Shahi tukra a bread pudding in a rich sauce of thickened milk, garnished with sliced almonds Vegetarian
Singhada halwa Lotus fruit dried and powdered to make this fasting sweet meat Vegetarian
Sooji halwa Sooji Halwa (Semolina Pudding).JPG Semolina cooked with clarified butter and dry fruits. Semolina (Suji), clarified butter, cashew nuts. Vegetarian
Sweet pethas / kesar petha / pista petha A ravioli like dessert stuffed with a choice of fillings and equally popular in various parts of India and Pakistan Vegetarian
Vegetable jalfrezi Meat and spices fried in a pan. Can be vegetarian as well. Vegetarian
Tandoori Chicken
A piece of a tandoori chicken.JPG
Tandoori chicken as a dish originated in the Punjab before the independence of India and Pakistan. Non-Vegetarian
Tandoori Fish Tikka Fish marinated in lime and ginger and cooked over an open fire.

South India[edit]

Name Image Description Vegetarian/
Non-Vegetarian
Attu Several types are made with several type of flours including rice flour, urad dal,semolina and wheat flour. This is the name of it in Andhra Pradesh which is also called Dosa. Attu is coarse than Dosa. Vegetarian
Avial Sambar&Avial.jpg Coconut paste, curd mixed with vegetables and some spices. Vegetarian
Halwa Maida or Sugarcane fritters which are known as Halwa in South India India and Vegetarian
Biryani India food.jpg Spicy rice dish with vegetables or chicken or mutton or fish or prawns. Depends on choice
Bisi bele bath(Karnataka) Bisi Bele Bath.jpg Rice preparation with vegetables. Vegetarian
Bonda Bonda2.jpg Snack. Potatoes, gram flour. Vegetarian
Chettinadu Chicken Dish made chicken and spices Non-Vegetarian
Chicken 65 Chicken 65.jpg Popular deep fried chicken preparation. Chicken, onion, ginger Non-Vegetarian
Currivepillai sadam (Tamil Nadu) Curry leaves and rice
Dibba rotti It is a breakfast item made in Andhra pradesh and is also called Minaparotti. Made with rice, urad dal. Tastes good with a chutney. Vegetarian
Dosa Dosa-chutney-sambhar.jpg Pancake/Hopper. Ground rice, urad dal Vegetarian
Double ka meetha DoubleKaMeetha.JPG Bread crumbs fried in ghee and dipped in milk and sugar syrup Sweet
Ennai kathirikkai Ennai Kathirikkai
Goli bajje a snack with Gram flour. Vegetarian
Idiappam(Tamil Nadu) Idiyappam.jpg Steamed rice noodles or vermicelli with Ground rice Vegetarian
Idli Idli Sambar.JPG Steamed cake of fermented rice and pulse flour. Rice, urad dal Vegetarian
Indian omelette Indian Omelette.jpg Egg omelette or veg omelette
Kaara kozhambu(Tamil Nadu) a dish used with rice made of chilli powder and tamarind
Kanji Chinese rice congee.jpg a rice porridge Vegetarian
Keerai kootu(Tamil Nadu) Green leaves kootu
Keerai masiyal Ground green leaves used as a side dish for rice or mixed with rice.
Keerai poriyal Green leaves mixed with daal and coconut with little oil
Keerai sadam(Tamil Nadu) Rice and green leaves
Kerala_Beef_Fry
Beef Fry
Beef, onions, spices, coconut, curry leaves Non-vegetarian
Koottu Cabbage kootu.jpg Vegetable, daal or lentil mixture boiled in water Vegetarian
Kori rotti
Kos kootu a cabbage and lentil dish used for rice
Koshambri A cucumber salad dish popular in Karnataka. Prepared during festivals. Vegetarian
Kothamali sadam Coriander rice
Kuzhakkattai Kozhukkatta.jpg Dumplings with Rice flour, jaggery, and coconut Vegetarian
Kuzhambu Thick soup with coconut and vegetables Vegetarian
Masala Dosa Masala Dosa with Aloo masala.jpg Dosa with masala and potato. Vegetarian
Nandu omelette an omelette with pieces of crab and spices Non-Vegetarian
Obbattu (holige, bobbattu, pooran-poli) Obbattu.jpg A stuffed (moong gram dal and jaggery or coconut poornam) paratha. Dish native to South and West India in the states of |-

Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra || Vegetarian

Olan (dish) Olan.jpg Light and subtle-flavored Kerala dish prepared from white gourd, ash-gourd or black-eyed peas, coconut milk and ginger seasoned with coconut oil. Vegetarian
Pachadi Side dish made with yoghurt, coconut, ginger and curry leaves and seasoned with mustard. Vegetarian
Paniyaram a dish made of rice flour and black gram Vegetarian
Papadum Pappadum.tif Thin deep fried disk served as meal accompaniment Vegetarian
Paravannam A delicious sweet dish made with Rice, jaggery made in Andhra pradesh. Vegetarian
Parotta (Kerala) Parotta.jpg a layered kerala parotta made with maida and dalda. Vegetarian
Paruppu sadam Daal rice
Payasam Kheer.jpg Rice dessert. Rice, milk. Vegetarian
Pesarattu Pesarattu.jpg Dosa (pancake or crepe) of Andhra Pradesh made from moong dal (lentils), grains and spice batter. Vegetarian
Pongal Pongali.JPG Pulao Vegetarian
Poriyal Side dish for rice prepared from one or more vegetables. Oil stirred, with daal half boiled and coconut / mustard seeds.
Puli sadam Tamarind rice
Puttu Puttu.jpg Ground rice
Ragi mudhe A lump of finger millet, flour and Water. After cooking the little balls can be dipped in Chutney Vegetarian
Rasam A spicy and sour soup usually made with tamarind, tomatoes, pepper and other south Indian spices. Usually eaten with rice.
Sajjige a sweet dish
Sakkara pongal a sweet rice dish
Sambar Sambaar kadamba.jpg Lentil soup cooked with vegetables and a blend of south Indian spices (masala). Usually taken with rice, idli, dosa, pongal or upma. Vegetarian
Sandige(Karnataka) Aralu Sandige.jpg Deep fried meal accompaniment made with rice, sago and ash gourd Vegetarian
Sevai Sevai plain320.jpg Kind of rice vermicelli used for breakfast
Sevai lunch Kind of rice vermicelli mixed with either tamarind or lemon or coconut.
Thayir sadam, mosaranna Curd rice and hummus.jpg a curd rice dish
Theeyal Kerala sauce made from a mixture of spices consisting of roasted coconut, coriander seeds, tamarind water, dried red chili and fenugreek. Vegetarian
Thengai sadam a coconut rice dish
Uttapam Indian Pancake.jpg Rice pancake/hopper with a topping of onions / tomatoes / coconut Vegetarian
Vada Vada 2.jpg Savory donut. Urad dal. Vegetarian
Varuval Vegetables fried in shallow oil
Wheat upma Upma.jpg A breakfast dish and snack. Upma prepared from wheat dhalia rava. Vegetarian
Yelumincham sadam, chitranna Rice with lemon juice

West India[edit]

Name Image Description Vegetarian/
Non-Vegetarian
Amti a Lentil curry with Split lentils.
Zunka or Pitla [[]] A dish made of besan (gram flour) with minced onion, green chilles,and coriander (cilantro) . Usually eaten with bhakri or chapati.
Kolim / Jawla [[]] A preparation of dried fish named Kolim or Jawla found in coastal Maharashtra with onion and spices. Usually eaten with bhakri or chapati
Saath []] A chewy plain flat circular sweet made of dried mango (sometimes jackfruit) juice/pulp.

Usually made in Konkan region of Maharashtra ||

Naralachi vadi / Khobryachi vadi / Coconut vadi [[]] A sweet made of coconut and sugar syrup which is cooled and dried till it becomes firm. Usually made in konkan region
Bajri no rotlo Bread made with thick millet flour flatbread usually grilled over coals. Vegetarian
Modak [[]] A maharashtrian sweet dish made of steamed rice flour with coconut and jaggery filling
Barfi Barfi-Diwali sweet.jpg Sweet
Basundi Sweet made from milk by continuous heating to a point before condensing.
Bhakri Another Vegetarian Meal.jpg Whole wheat flour bread, thicker than rotli, crispy.
Karanji [[]] A crispy sweet dish from Maharashtra
Bombil fry Bombil.jpg Main Course; Bombay Duck (Fish).
Chaat Bhalla Papri Chaat with saunth chutney.jpg Snack Vegetarian
Chakri (chakali) Chakali.JPG a Savoury snack. Mixed grain flour. Vegetarian
Chevdo Bombaymix.jpg Mixture of Flattened rice, groundnut, chana, masala.
Cholafali snack
Chorafali Spicy. Ground charudala, masala, sprinkle with red chili powder on top.
Copra paak Sweet coconut halwa/barfi: Halwa is soft, barfi more like cake.
Daal Dhokli Daal Dhokli is widely cooked and eaten all over Rajasthan and Gujarat. Very small dumplings of wheat flour are cooked along with green gram and whole red chili and red mustard is used as tempering. Vegetarian
Dabeli
Kutchi dabeli
Kutchi dabeli
Snack made by mixing boiled potatoes with a special dabeli masala, putting the mixture in a ladi pav Vegetarian
Dahi vada Dahi Vadas (Dhai Bhalla).JPG Fried lentil balls in a yogurt sauce. Lentils, yogurt. Vegetarian
Dalithoy Soup made with split yellow lentils. Vegetarian
Dhokla Khaman dhokla.jpg Lentil snack. Gram. Vegetarian
Doodhpak A milk-based sweet dessert with nuts
Dudhi no halwo Sweet. Bottle gourd halwa
Dum aaloo Kashmiri Dum Aaloo.JPG Main dish. Potatoes deep fry, yogurt, coriander powder, ginger powder. Vegetarian
Pohe Poha, a snack made of flattened rice.jpg Snack. Flattened rice Vegetarian
Gajar halwo Gajjar ka halwa (carrot halwa).JPG Sweet. Carrot Halwa
Gatta curry Curry with steamed dumplings made from chickpea flour cooked in a spiced yoghurt sauce. Vegetarian
Ghari (sweet from Surat) Sweet
Ghooghra Sweet
Gud papdi (Gol papdi) Sweet
Gulab jamun Gulab Jamun.jpg Sweet
Halvasan Sweet
Handwo (steamed dish) Snack
Gur Sa-indian-gud.jpg Sweet unrefined brown sugar sold in blocks[3].
Jalebi Jalebi (sweet).jpg Sweet maida & grained semolina flour, baking powder, curd, sugar. Sweet
Jeera Aloo Jeera aloo served with sprouts and dal.jpg Typical West Indian dish Vegetarian
Juvar no rotlo Thick sorghum flatbread.
Kansar Sweet
Keri no ras Sweet
Khakhra Gujarati khakhra.jpg Gujarati Snack. Wheat flour, methi.
Khandvi Khandvi, Gujarati snack.jpg Snack. Besan.
Kombdi vade Komdi vade.jpg Chicken Curry with Bread. Chicken.
Koshimbir a salad, usually served as a side
Laapsi Sweet coarse ground/ broken wheat cooked with butter and sugar.
Laddu Laddu1.JPG Sweet
Locha Surat (Gujarat) special Spicy dish. Ground chanadal, masala.
Malpua Malapua Odia cuisine.jpg Sweet
Methi na Gota Snack. Fried fenugreek dumplings.
Modak MMutta- Savouries1.JPG Sweet coconut dumplings. Rice flour, coconut.
Mohanthal a sweet prepared from gram flour and ghee dry fruits
Muthiya Gujarati Snack. Whole wheat flour, methi leaves, besan/chickpeas flour and coriander leaves/cilantro.
Oondees Breakfast delicacy. Spherical shaped rice or semolina about four inches (10 cm) in diameter.
Panipuri Indian cuisine-Panipuri-03.jpg Snack
Patra Snack. Taro leaves, coconut, seeds, dal.
Pav Bhaji Pav Bhaji.jpg Mixed curry of onion, capsicum, peas, cauliflower potatoes.
Penda Sweet
Pooran-poli Coconut holige.jpg Sweet stuffed bread. Wheat flour, gram.
Puri Puri.jpg Bread. Wheat flour.
Puri Bhaji Puri Bhaji.JPG Breakfast or Snack
Rasya muthia Snack. A spicy yogurt dumpling soup.
Sabudana Khichadi Vegetarian Snack. Sago.
Sev khamani Chana dal, green chillies, ginger, lemon juice and olive oil.
Sev tameta Veggis with potatoes and sev.
Shakarpara A deep fried snack made out of sugar and wheat.
Namakpara Snack. A deep fried snack made out of salt and Gram Flour .
Shankarpali Shankarpali sweets mithai Western India 2012.jpg Sweet or savoury snack. Plain flour, sugar.
Shiro Taita and shiro.jpg Sweet roasted semolina/flour/dal with milk, butter, sugar, nuts and raisins.
Shrikhand Shrikhand london kastoori.jpg A thick yogurt-based sweet dessert garnished with ground nuts, cardamom, and saffron.
Sohan papdi Soanpapdi.JPG Sweet
Soonvali Snack
Sukhdi Sukhdi.jpg Sweet
Surnoli Pancakes that have holes. are yellow and puffy. They are about 10 inches (25 centimeters) in diameter and often served with butter.
Sutarfeni Sweet
Thalipeeth Savoury pancake. Mixed grain flour.
Undhiyu Mix veggi. Plantain, brinjal, carrot, green chillies, potatoes, fresh coconut and other vegetables. Gujarati food.
Upmaa Upma.jpg a dish originating from the Indian subcontinent, cooked as a thick porridge from dry-roasted semolina or coarse rice flour.
Vada pav Jumbo Vada Pav (dodged).jpg Burger. Gram flour, potatoes, chilli, garlic, ginger.
Veg Kolhapuri Mixed vegetables.
Vindaloo Vindalho.jpg Goan pork vindaloo. Pork, goan red chilli paste.
Ghebar or Ghevar GhevarRajasthaniSweet.jpg Sweet from Surat
Lilva Kachori Cachuri2 flipped.jpg Snack. Lilva and whole wheat flour.
Maghaz Magaj.jpg
Undhiyu The signature winter Gujarati dish. Curry of mixed vegetables like surti papdi, ratalu, potatoes, carrot, green garlic, tuvar dana, waal dana etc. rich in oil and spices generally accompanied by puri or roti.
Mag Dhokli an Indian dish made of lentils and fresh dough with Indian spices, it is dry and not liquidy like daal dhokli.
Khichu It is made by boiling the rice flour in water with seasoning, subtle in taste and accompanied by oil and methi masala.
Thepla A signature Gujarati snack which is a parantha with seasoning, made from wheat flour, this dish is generally accompanied by condiments like pickles, green chillies, etc. It is also known as Dhebra, Chopda etc. in various regions.
Farsi Puri It is a Gujarati snack which is also known as mathri in other regions of India, it generally made from wheat flour, all purpose flour etc.
Khaman Made by steaming gram flour batter with flavorful seasoning accompanied with chutney.
Turiya Patra Vatana sabji A vegetable curry made generally in winters.
Mohan thaal A sweet dish.
Churma Ladoo A sweet dish made with wheat flour, ghee, sugar or jaggery and dry fruits.

East India[edit]

Name Image Description Vegetarian/
Non-Vegetarian
Cheera Doi A breakfast cereal. Vegetarian
Dhup Pitha A sweet Assamese specialty Sweet
Gheela Pitha A Sweet Assamese specialty Sweet
Hurum A Breakfast cereal; an Assamese specialty
Khar An Assamese specialty side dish: papaya, banana, soda
Kumol Sawul A Breakfast cereal; an Assamese specialty. Soft rice with cream & jaggery.
Loskora (Coconut Laddu) Sweet
Luchi A Puffed bread, fried in oil, made from flour. A Bengali specialty
Malpua/Malpoa Malapua.jpg Sweet Snacks. Specially in Odisha . Sweet
Momo Momo101.jpg Originally from Tibet, it is a popular snack/ food item in India.
Muri Naaru A sweet Bengali specialty.
Pani Tenga a pickled dish made from mustard.
Sunga Pitha A Sweet Assamese specialty
Alu Pitika a dish made of mashed potato.
Masor tenga An Assamese fish stew cooked with any of a variety of sour fruits including tomatoes.[3]
Bengena Pitika A dish made of mashed brinjal.
Bilahi Maas A fish curry cooked with tomatoes.
Black rice Black rice 01.JPG A special local variety of rice
Bora Sawul A breakfast cereal; an Assamese specialty. Sticky rice, sugar or jaggery.
Brown Rice Brun ris.jpg A special local variety of rice.
Chhenagaja Chena gaja Odia cuisine.jpg Odia Dessert. Cottage cheese, flour, sugar syrup.
Chhenapoda Chennapoda.jpg Dessert. Cottage cheese, flour, sugar syrup. Oriya Specialty.
Chingri malai curry Chingri Malai Curry.jpg Curry. Prawn, coconut, mustard, steamed. Traditional Bengali Dish.
Dal Dal Makhani.jpg Lentils.
Goja A Sweet Bengali Specialty
Hando Guri A Breakfast cereal; an Assamese specialty
Haq Maas A Fish curry cooked with leafy green vegetables.
Horioh Maas A Golden Mustard Fish Curry.
Ilish or Chingri Bhape Ilish.JPG Curry. Ilish (Hilsha fish) or prawn, coconut, mustard, steamed. Traditional Bengali Dish.
Kabiraji A popular non-vegetarian Indian dish in eastern India prepared using chicken and fish
Kharoli Pickle made from mustard; an Assamese specialty
Khorisa Pickle made from bamboo shoot; an Assamese specialty
Koldil Chicken Chicken cooked with banana flower; an Assamese specialty
Koldil Duck Duck meat cooked with banana flower; an Assamese specialty
Konir Dom Egg curry.
Lai Haq Maas Fish Curry with herbs & lemon.
Litti Balls of wheat and sattu baked in oven and served with mashed potatoes (chokha)
Maasor Tenga Tomato Fish Curry.
Machher Jhol MACHHA HALADI.jpg A currt of fish, and various spices.
Masor Koni A fish delicacy.
Masor Petu A fish delicacy.
Mishti Chholar Dal A curry with Bengal gram, coconut, and sugar. Bengali Specialty.
Mishti Doi Mishti Doi.jpg A dessert with curd, sugar syrup and /or jaggery. Bengali Sweet curd.
Ou tenga Maas A fish curry cooked with elephant apple.
Pakhala Pakhala.jpg Odia Dish with Rice. Fermented rice, yoghurt, salt, seasonings.
Bhaji Chilli Bites (Bhaji).jpg Fried Vegetables.
Pani Pitha Sweet Assamese specialty
Pantua Pantua - Kolkata 2011-09-20 5431.JPG Assamese sweet similar to Gulab Jamun
Payokh Dessert
Peda Dharwad peda.jpg Sweet
Prawn malai curry Curry. Prawns, coconut cream, crushed mustard seed, red chillies. Bengali dish.
Red Rice Rice, red-rice, AIVANAM-like.JPG Special local variety of rice.
Rice White, Brown, Red & Wild rice.jpg Staple Food.
Rosgulla Rasagolla.JPG A dessert with cottage cheese, flour and sugar syrup. Signature Bengali condiment, originating in Bengal with GI
Sabzi (curry) Indiandishes.jpg Different green or other vegetables.
Shondesh Sondeshnolen.jpg A dessert with milk and sugar. A signature Bengali Dish
Shukto A Bengali cuisine. Diced potaotes, sweet potatoes, broad beans, eggplant, drumsticks, raw bananas, radish cooked together and sautéed with mustard seeds. This culinary cooked in mustard oil and sometimes shredded coconut can also be used.
Sunga Pork Rich spicy pork curry
Tenga Doi Sour curd
Til Pitha A sweet Assamese specialty. Rice powder, til, jaggery.

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