1. Rasgulla: West Bengal’s ‘rosogulla’ comes in brown and white hues.
2. Gujiya: This North-Indian sweet is stuffed with nuts, jaggery and mawa.
3. Jalebi: Deep-fried and dipped in sugary syrup, eat hot with rabdi.
4. Ghevar: It is delicious with its sprinkling of kesar and badam
5. The food on the streets of Delhi, Kolkata, Lucknow, Chennai and Mumbai will have your family and you salivating for more. Have a gluttony vacay!
6. Malai ki Gilori or Malai Sandwich (famous in Lucknow)
7. The Bug Market in Nagaland sells different types of insects, its popular chilli Bhut jolokia and more. Plan a morning trip to the market
8. Mumbai’s street food of panipuri and bhel is tangy, sweet and sour.
9. Strands of seviyan or thin vermicelli is used for the preparation of ‘ sheer khorma’, sweet dish prepared during Eid and other festivals.
10. North-eastern delight on stuffed steamed ‘ Momos’ are a favourite amongst most.
11. Soft, spongy and oh! so sweet… find the best cham cham in Bengal
12. Gulab Jamun, a dish that has found its way at all ceremonies is known to be deep fried and sweet.
13. Gujarat is known for its Shrikhand. Eat it with hot puris
14. Bawarchi, Cheeni Kum and Stanley ka Dabba Hindi films celebrated food in the most unassuming ways. Indian cuisine is varied, try local delicacies as you travel
15. The Onam Sadhya meal is a traditional multicourse vegetarian meal with steamed Kerala matta rice as the main ingredient. Try it!
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