WHAT IS the BEST Indian DISH?

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#1 Jul 23rd, 2004, 00:55
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Whats your favorite?
Mine is the Palak paneer.
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Best Indian dish? Aishwarya, obviously.
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My favourite is Malai Kabab though I'm not sure if that's authentically Indian???
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I just googled "Aishwarya"
eyes ,eyes that have seen all , come back to the white chrysanthemum (Basho)
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kofta rules but I really dont see the big deal with them dosas... Lets face it. Its just some kind of Pankake (or something....)!!!
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Too many to list here !
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kofta rules but I really dont see the big deal with them dosas... Lets face it. Its just some kind of Pankake (or something....)!!!
That's like calling "Crepes Suzette" just another pancake ! Especially if it was Suzette making them for you....
Good dosas are hard to beat. The texture plus flavour make it a winner.
Best I had was at Woodlands in Chennai.
Think this may now be called New Woodlands. Can anyone confirm?

W22 ... who's mouth is starting to water just thinking about such goodies.


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Idli sambah
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Papdi Chaat
Bhel Puri
Gadbad Icecream in Udipi (only place i have seen icecream concoction made)
semige (rice vermicelli noodles with jaggery/coconut sauce)

Ok... too many things. I am hungry.
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Whether It's Dosas, Naans, Samosas or Puri,
Something elaborate or snacked in a hurry,
Chicken Tikka, Pasandra, Dal-Fry & Rice,
Come on guys, admit It, They're all Bl#*dy nice.
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masala dosa is not just another pancake as it is not made with flour. it is made using a paste made from rice and lentils....this makes it a whole lot more than just another pancake and a whole lot better in my mouth!

there is so much good food in india i will second seventieshippy sans meat...
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I'm starving hungry now and would happily eat any of the things listed.

But dosas are one of my favorites.
It seemed like a good thing to do at the time.......
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Or those deep fried chilis you can buy on train station platforms...

Or those omlettes with red onions and green chilis that come sandwiched in that sweet tasting bread.

Or idli.
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Othe come and go and some even come back again such as Palak Paneer
But nothing quite reaches the glorious heights of the mioghty all conquering MASALA DOSAI!!!!!!!!

Long live the dosai ...altogether now
Long live the dosai
Long live the dosai
Long live the dosai
Long live the dosai
Long live the dosai

Now someone please find me a restuarant in Soctland that does Dosai!!!!!

Bryan
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That man to man, the world, o'er
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dal makhani
curd rice with pickle...
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