Most Ordered Food deliveries recently in India



- HM

5/9/20232 min read

woman holding fork in front table
woman holding fork in front table

India is a multicultural nation with a storied culinary tradition, and residents there have distinct food preferences depending on where they live. There are some popular and frequently ordered foods, though, that are available all around the nation. Here are a few illustrations:

Butter Chicken:

A rich, savory dish made

with marinated chicken that is cooked

in a sauce made with tomatoes and butter.

It is frequently eaten with rice or naan.


A rice meal cooked with

fragrant spices, meat (such as chicken,

mutton, fish) and occasionally

vegetables. Rich tastes make biryani

popular, and it's frequently eaten

with raita or gravy.

Masala Dosa:

This South Indian specialty is

popular all throughout the country. It is a

delicate, firm crepe made from matured

rice and lentils and stuffed with a

flavorful potato mixture. It is frequently

served with sambar (lentil soup)

and coconut chutney.

Paneer Tikka:

Paneer (Indian curd) skewers

that are marinated in a flavorful

yogurt mixture and then grilled or baked

(on a dirt stove). It is a well-known appetizer

for those who enjoy vegetables and is

typically served with mint chutney.

Chole Bhature:

A combination of rotisserie

bread and tangy chickpea stew. This dish is

popular throughout North India and

is frequently enjoyed as a

breakfast or lunch option.

Tandoori Chicken:

Chicken that has been marinated

and baked to create smokey, burnt aromas.

It is a well-known main course that is

typically served with onions and mint chutney.

Pani Puri:

This well-known street food snack

is constructed from tough, empty puris that

have been filled with a spicy, tangy concoction

of mashed potatoes, chickpeas,

tamarind chutney, and spiced water. It can be

consumed in one chew and is adored for its

the explosion of flavors.

Momos :

In India, particularly in the

northeastern region and important urban areas,

momos are a well-known road meal and snack.

The popularity and the necessity of Tibetan cuisine

in India has grown. A simple dough is used to make

momos, which are then filled with a variety of

delectable ingredients, usually minced

meat (such as chicken, lamb, or swine), veggies,

or paneer (Indian curds).

a plate of food
a plate of food