6 Great Spicy Indian Dishes
It is well known that Indians love food that is spicy. We may pant and sweat while eating but we can’t stop our cravings for spicy food. In this article, we have assembled India’s spiciest dishes.
- Pork Vindaloo
This dish originated in Goa, India. This dish uses heavy amounts of vinegar and pork is used due to influence of Portuguese culture. Pork Vindaloo has many variations in its recipe. Sometimes it is served with lamb or chicken and mixed with potatoes. Maybe that’s why, the word aloo is included in the name of the dish (as aloo is the hindi version of ‘potatoes’)
- Laal Maas
Rajasthan is a state filled with vegetarian dishes. But the only non-vegetarian dish that has become so popular is laal maas. The dish is prepared from red meat and is a real test for your taste buds. This mutton curry has a thick gravy which is made with a sauce of curd combined with hot spices like red chillies.
- Chicken Chettinad
Chettinad is from Tamil Nadu cuisine. It is very spicy and aromatic Indian dish. Chicken Chettinad uses a no of spices for its preparation. The dish is hot and contains fresh ground masalas. It is topped with boiled egg, which is very important part of the meal. Besides chicken, the other meats used include fish, prawn, lobster, crab and lamb.
This lamb meatball curry is prepared in a special manner with red chili powder. It also contains other spices. The meat used in this dish is prepared by pounding with wooden hammers on a wooden base. The fennel seeds make the flavor different from other red curries.
- Chicken 65
This dish gets its flavor from red chilies. Although the recipe can vary according to ingredients. Chicken 65 is a deep fried dish that is spicy and it originated from Chennai, India. It is a tasty starter and a great snack.
- Kolhapuri Chicken
Kolhapur is a place, well known for its spices. The Kolhapuri chicken is exotic, hot and spicy. The dish goes well with crispy and light jwarichi bhakari or naan.
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