Sunday 17 July 2016

Spicy Indian Dishes you must try in your life

Mumbai 17 July 2016:  We all Indians love spicy food, No matter how spicy it may be we all try even though we huff, puff, pant and sweat. Eating spicy food regularly may reduce your risk of death from cancer, heart diseases and diabetes, a new study of over 485,000 people in China has claimed.

An international team led by researchers at the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences examined the association between consumption of spicy foods as part of a daily diet and the total risk and causes of death. brings you a list of Spicy Indian Dishes you must try in your life

1. Phaal Curry

Phall which is sometimes spelled fall, faal, fahl, phaal, phal or paal it is a British Asian Indian curry dish which originated in Indian restaurants in Birmingham, UK. Phaal  should not to be confused with the char-grilled, gravyless, finger food phall from Bangalore. Phall is one of the hottest forms of curry regularly available, it is even hotter than the vindaloo using a large number of ground standard chilli peppers, or a hotter type of chilli such as scotch bonnet or habanero. Typically, the dish is a tomato-based thick curry and includes ginger and optionally fennel seeds. Phaal holds the distinction of being the hottest curry in the world

2. Pork Vindaloo

Pork Vindaloo is synonymous with Goan food. It gets its name from vin for the vinegar and the ahlo means garlic in Portuguese. There are many variations of the vindaloo recipes. In Goa, the original vindaloo is a dry sauce-based dish by using pork fat, vinegar, garlic, jaggery and Kashmiri chilli. My grandma says Vindaloo tastes better the next day as the meat gets properly marinated. The longer you store the vindalo the better it tastes it just like a pickle!

3. Chicken Chettinad

Chettinad Chicken, The most popular chicken curry and one of the best chicken recipes you may have tried yet. Chicken Chettinad Brings magic to your plate with chicken cooked in some peppery authentic Chettinad paste garnished with coconut and onions. Chettinad cuisine from Tamil Nadu is one of the spiciest and most aromatic in India. Chicken Chettinad is famous for its use of a variety of spices used in preparing mainly nonvegetarian food.

4. Laal Maas

Laal maas means red mutton. Laal maas is a meat curry from Rajasthan, India. Lamb cooked in a variety of masalas with a burst of red chillies. Laal maas is a mutton curry prepared in a sauce of curd and hot spices such as red chillies. Laal maas dish is very hot and rich in garlic the gravy can be thick or liquid and it is eaten with chapatis made out of wheat mostly eaten in summers or bajra thats a millet grown in Rajasthan and eaten in the winter months. Those who are non vegetarian and want to test your taste buds this red hot preparation its a must-try!

5. Rista

Rista is rich in taste and aroma. Rista is a Spicy lamb meatball curry prepared in red chilly powder and other spices in a very special manner. The meat for this dish is hand-flatened with huge wooden hammers on a large flat solid wood base. The flavour of fennel seeds makes it unique from other similar looking red curries. This delicious culinary delight is best enjoyed with butter naan and cumin rice.

6. Kozi Kari

The spiciest curry in India will take your taste buds for one Crazy ride.The variety of spices used in this dish makes it one of the spiciest curries you will ever find in India.
Kozi Kari recipe was created by Jewish Merchants settled in Cochin (a city in Kerala). Kozi or Kozhi means chicken. This is a hot chicken curry made with a combination of hot fresh green chili peppers and dried ground red chili peppers.

7. Piro Aloo

Piro Aloo is a Nepali Food Recipe a Nepalese take of India’s favourite, Dum Aloo . It is a very simple and tasty dish which is beautifully spiced with arbol chili powder, cumin, garlic, turmeric and green chiles. You can try this dish with Poori or Chapati or also with fried beaten rice. Piro Aloo A little drier than its Indian counterpart, it is also at least 10 times spicier.

8. Andhra Dry Mutton

Andhra Dry Mutton Its not only incredibly spicy but if in Andhra restaurant, you'll realise it's also a very well balanced meal. The spicy Andhra mutton fry is a very very delicious mutton fry recipe made with the boneless cut of the lamb

9. Chicken 65

Chicken 65 is a spicy deep fried chicken dish originating from Chennai in India. Chicken 65 was a dish introduced in 1965 at the Buhari Hotel restaurant in Chennai by its founder A M Buhari. The flavor of the dish can be attributed to red chilies but the proper set of ingredients for the recipe can vary.

10. Kolhapuri Chicken

Padmini Kolhapure it is the Kolhapuri Chicken. Kolhapuri chicken curry is a spicy and yummy chicken curry that all chicken lovers would love it. This is really hot spicy and bold exotic dish from the city of Kolhapur (Maharashtra state India). The marinated chicken is cooked in spicy, tasty kohlapuri masala prepared.  The combination of fresh coconut, onions, tomatoes along with spices makes the masala unique and gives a great taste to the dish.

11. Beef Chili Fry

Goa is not only popular for its seafood fish  popularity but also known for its meat preparations especially pork beef.

12. Madras Curry

Madras curry originates from the south of India, and gets its name from the city known as Madras when English merchants arrived there in 1640 (now Chennai). Madras Curry is not used in India, but was invented by restaurants in Britain.There are many variations on Madras curry. The sight of meat balls swimming in a bowl of red-coloured sauce is every spicy-food-lover's delight.

13. Saoji Chicken Curry

Saoji chicken curry is a traditional food of Nagpur, Maharashtra. The cuisine also called Saoji Waradi is famous for its spicy taste.

14. Kashmiri Chicken

Kashmiri Chicken is a dish influenced by the Kashmir region of the India subcontinent and has a wonderful blend of sweet and spicy flavours. Kashmiri Masala paste is full of chillies and the delicious flavours of ginger and authentic spices.

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