Food Items You Should Try on Your Visit to India

India is one of the best and diverse country in the world. Most of the ‘yummy’ flavoured spices were initially discovered in India.
Food Items You Should Try on Your Visit to India
Food Items You Should Try on Your Visit to India

Are you planning to visit India soon? If you haven’t made a trip to India yet, it’s never too late to organize a travel adventure to the ‘Land of Spices’.

India has emerged out to be a global leader when it comes to a diversified range of spices such as pepper, cardamom, chilly, turmeric, cumin, and cloves. And Indians, do have a pattern of instilling a ‘Desi’ style in the preparation of food or clothes, etc. The mix of all these spices infused in a food item will give you that extraordinary Indian flavour.

Most of the ‘yummy’ flavoured spices were initially discovered in India before it was spread to other regions in the world. The preparation of Indian foods has been tremendously influenced by Persian flavour, Mediterranean style, or Afghan cuisines.

Here’s a list of a few items that one should try on their visit to ‘India’:

Rajma Chawal

It is one of the most valued food items in the Northern parts of India. Rajma, commonly known as Kidney Beans, was initially imported from Mexico. The addition of various spices has turned it out to be the best side dish for Chawal (rice).


Though not Indian, it has become one of the ‘must-to-be-tried’ food items when you visit India. It has its origin in Persia and Iran but has found a significant place amidst the Indian cuisines today. It is a bread item which is cooked in tandoor and goes down well with chicken Manchurian or other Chinese gravy.


Do not get confused! Thali isn’t a food item but it is a combination of differently flavoured food items available on one plate. It combines one sweet dish, more than one gravy item (vegetarian and non-vegetarian), steamed rice, Naan or Chapati, mango/lemon/date pickles, buttermilk, chutneys, and raita.

Stuffed Paratha

These are a special kind of Indian bread which is wholly or partially made up of white/wheat flour and is stuffed with various incredible stuffing. The stuffing can be done with paneer, chicken, spinach, potatoes, cauliflower, or any other relishing vegetables. It goes well with sweet curd or pickle.


This is the most popular Indian snack and is loved by every visitor who visits India. From North India to South India, this snack has found a prominent place in the section of the ‘Snack’ items. It is deep fried and is well-prepared by rolling the dough made up of white flour. The next step involves filling the dough with a spicy mix made up of green peas, mashed potatoes, garam masala (a combo of all spices), chilli powder, and salt. Do not miss out to have a cup of ‘Desi Chai (tea)’ along with this snack item.


India is well-known for its authentic street food items and Chaat is the king of street cuisine. It is either turned out to be a good starter or the favourite evening time snack dish. It’s not the name of just one dish but it can also be referred to as Pav Bhaji, Pani Puri, Sev Puri, and many similar items. The major ingredients that make up a Chaat dish are chilli powder, onion, tomatoes, curd, Tamarind, vermicelli, etc.


Desserts including sweet flavoured foods are the most essential element of Indian cuisines. Do not miss out to try the Indian desserts such as Gulab Jamun, Rasgola, or Gajar (carrot) ka Halwa after your lunch or dinner. Rasgula is prepared by boiling the cottage cheese in sugar syrup.

Sounds mouth-watering? Come and explore the Indian cuisine right away!

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