WHAT IS the BEST Indian DISH?

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#16 Aug 14th, 2004, 01:20
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Palak paneer. Sweet pongal. Tamil Nadu style thali. Coconut rice. Yum.
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Now

Definitely the dish that's in front of you right now
#18 Aug 15th, 2004, 12:03
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Fruit Juice

I like their all kind of Fruit Juices. How tasty they are!
#19 Aug 16th, 2004, 10:31
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hi,
attention all thsose who love dosas, iddlies, avial, sambhar, rasam , pulisseri, appam-stew and other similar southindian dishes (kerala) be by guest one day for lunch or dinner.

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The list goes on and on ...be it be a NON-VEG , VEG, Juices or Deserts...people with tasty apepitite will certainly enjoy it ... My Favourites are...TANGRI KEBAB, KASHIMRI MURG, Shredded Lamb with Green Pepper, Fried Fish Fingers, Chicken Kathi Kebab, Chicken Korma with Tandoori Rotis to name a few....

VEG : DAL MAHKANI, KADAI PANEER with Amritsari Stuffed NAN, Rajma Chawl (Rice) these are absolute Topper in NORTH, UTTAPAM, Dosa, are leaders in SOUTH ..i love to taste those Gujrati dishes, i forget there name ....but they are also absolute delight even though are not as spicy as PUNJABI ...but give certain flavour to the watering mouth ....ahhhhmmmmmmmmuah !

in desert and Soft drinks .....RASMALAI, RABADI, and LASSI (without BHANG) are absolute delight ....though fresh fruits juices/shakes....have there own fantastic taste.

oh damm ...i m feeling hungry !

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My 3 favorites in no particular order:

1) malai kofta
2) masala dosa
3) sambar


Plus the Butter Chicken at Amber India Restaurant in Mountain View, CA (Northern Calif. Bay Area) is among the best chicken dishes I've EVER had!
#22 Aug 18th, 2004, 19:19
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Usha:appam-stew .
Veg dishes,Dosa&Small Onion sambar ,Cauliflower dry dish
Non-veg:Fish curry.
#23 Aug 18th, 2004, 21:54
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For me it has to be without question Tandoori Chicken and Puri Bhaji!!!!

I could eat them every day!
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Not sure how authenicaly indian these dishes are but i love

1. Lamb dansak (or dhansak)
2. Any meat from the tandoori oven
3. Masala dosa

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
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Food mmm....
my trip trough india was also a culinair trip i really enjoyed and gained weight, wich is remarkeble in india!!

I liked alu gobi with plain rice or chapati
baji from goa
putte from kerala. wich is a kind of coconut rice with banana and hot beansaus
the red gigiantic bananas from kerala
iddli as breakfast
stuffed paratha from hampi under the mangotree
etc etc

And I loooove the massala chai especially in the long trainrides mmmmmmm...
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Pav Bhaji man, straight off the greasy spoons on juhu beach - nothing like it. Or, if you're into typhoid roulette, the sugarcane juice in bombay is pretty good too...
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Incidentally I thought I should mention this for folks in and around Sydney, Australia - if you've ever had "chinese" food in India, you might be interested to know there's a place in Liverpool that claims to do authentic Indian Chinese... tried their gobi manchurian a few weeks ago and wasn't too bad.. for some strange reason it's name is "bollywood indian restaurant" or something to that effect.
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cHICKEN kOLHAPURI but only if you dare..
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if you're into typhoid roulette, the sugarcane juice in bombay is pretty good too...
quick question Velure, why is the sugarcane juice suspect
eyes ,eyes that have seen all , come back to the white chrysanthemum (Basho)
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Onion pakora, chana bhatura, bhindi masala, chana palak, garlic nan
VEG, Please!
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