Top 7 Traditional Dishes in India

Dal Makhani

There are no prizes for guessing how rich and creamy this Indian classic tastes since the word “makhani” in Hindi means “buttery.

Stuffed Paratha

Punjab’s culinary heritage goes beyond dal makhani. In northern India, stuffed parathas are frequently consumed as breakfast and are revered as the meal of champions.


The Gujarati delicacy dhokla is a savoury vegetarian snack made of rice and split chickpeas and is hailed as the regional dish of northwest India.


Idli is widely consumed throughout South India and is frequently compared to dosa as breakfast foods.

Kaju Barfi

Since the word “barfi” can be used to refer to a variety of Indian sweets, we’ve cheated a little bit here. But the milk barfi is the most common variety.