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    Jharkhand Food.

    Each region of India has its own style of cooking and distinct flavours. The North is known for its tandoori and korma dishes; the South is famous for hot and spicy foods; the East specialises in chilli curries; and the West uses coconut and seafood, whereas the Central part of India is a blend of all. Jharkhand is a state that people don’t generally relate to mouth-watering delicacies, but like all the other states it too has some staple and a delicious treasure trove of recipes.:
    ButterChicken 1.Butter Chicken- Butter chicken is one of the top orders at any Indian restaurant, This sultry poultry dish tastes great with kaali daal (black lentils), naan, and a green salad.
    Litti Chokha 2.Litti Chokha- Litti is a very famous food item in the State and savoured by the locals. It is eaten with Yoghurt, Baigan Bharta (Chokha), Alu Bharta or Papad..
    Pittha 3.Pittha-Pittha is a dish which is very famous in many Indian states. The neighbouring states of Jharkhand like West Bengal and Orissa also relish this delicacy. The Pitthas in Jharkhand have a flavour of their own and is eaten with a variety of side dishes which sets it apart.
    malpua4.Malpua-The desi pancake or the Malpua is synonymous with Holi in Jharkhand. There is not a single household in Jharkhand where the sweet smell of malpua fills the air on the eve of Holi. It is rather a famous delicacy which is found in all the States across the country, but actually is a part of the tradition of Bihar and now Jharkhand.
    Dhuska5.Dhuska-Dhuska is one of the most popular items in Jharkhand and is a part of every household. Your journey to Jharkhand is incomplete without tasting Dhuska. It is usually consumed as a breakfast item and d is prepared from rice and lentil batter, which is fried later. It is normally served with traditional ghugni, which is a simple curry made with black chickpeas.
    Samosa5.Samosas-Samosas are a fried or baked pastry with savoury filling, such as spiced potatoes, onions, peas, lentils and sometimes ground lamb, ground beef or ground chicken. They were introduced to India during the Muslim Delhi Sultanate when cooks from the Middle East and Central Asia migrated to work in the kitchens of the Sultan and the nobility. Indian samosas are usually vegetarian, and often accompanied by a mint sauce or chutney. Samosas are a common street food and many tourists or Indians eat them as a midday snack.
  • chinesefood
    Chinese Food.

    Chinese food is the most popular foreign cuisine in India, When you dine at a Chinese restaurant in India the most popular dishes are always stir fried noodles, fried rice, chicken or vegetable nuggets in some spicy thick sauce and vegetables, Chinese Favourites food in India:
    manchurian 1.Vegetarian Manchurian- Yhe Manchurian, a ball of smashed cauliflower and sliced cabbage coated in flour and deep fried to be finally dunked in a thickened concoction of soya sauce. The far eastern cousin of the beloved kofta.
    chickenchilli 2.Chilli chicken- Deep fried chicken nuggets tossed in a thick concoction of soya sauce and spices galore, Chicken is roasted, barbequed (char sieuw) with a sweet sauce or steamed. It is then neatly sliced and served with rice and condiments. This is a perfect example of how traditional food focuses on the main ingredient and doesn't try to over power it with other.
    chilli panner 3.Chilli paneer-The vegetarian substitute of chilli chicken, paneer is probably unheard of in China and is available as cottage cheese at fancy grocery stores.
    Noodles4.Vegetarian Hakka Noodles-Stir-fried noodles with sliced vegetables, and sometimes, egg. We eat it mixed with spicy sauces, this dish is eaten as street food in the mainland, and is a quick and simple dish for mothers to get rid of leftover vegetables and noodles.
  • sea food

    India is a land of exotic fishes and seafood’s. A huge variety of fishes and other seafood products are available in the coastal waters of India, Which makes India as one of the leading seafood exporters and traders in world. As compare to the popular chicken dishes, seafood’s are very famous for its taste and short cooking time. Recipe of Indian Seafood are very delicious and easy to Cooked with special Indian spices and herbs.
    Fish 1.Fish Curry- Indian fish dishes are gives a lovely tangy flavor. There are many way to cook a fish like fry and with curry. Every states has its own way to prepare and present it. The vast fish culture of Kerala and Goa contains a number of delectable fish recipes. Fish dishes found in Bengali cooking are unique and delicious in taste.
    Prawns 2.Prawns- Prawn is a major dish in coastal areas of India. Tawa and Masala prawns are the most delicious dish and a hot favorite of prawn lovers. Indian prawn dishes are very tasty and might only take a few minutes to prepare. Prawns cooked with olive oil, chili and with some Indian spices. Kerala The Land of coconuts is belongs to some of the best seafood dishes in India.
    Crab 3.Crab-Crab is one of the most favorite seafood dishes all across India. Crab tandoori, Crab curry and crab soups are famous dishes of crabs in India. Spicy Indian crab curry is cooked with spicy mix and coconut mixture on a low flame, This crab curry is perfect for cold weather and good for health..
    oysters4.Oysters-Oyster is famous and spicy, brimming with lots of savory and piquant smells and tastes. There are variety of recipes using oysters like Broiled oysters and Deep fried oysters are most famous dishes. Indian seafood dishes also include snails also known as Baigai, a little water snail,In villages of India snails are very popular as foods. They find snails in paddy fields,lake and rivers..
  • sweets

    In India, sweets form a major part of celebrations. Some of those that are mentioned below are made for occasions like Ganesh Chathurthi, Diwali, Eid, Holy and more. It is no secret that Indians have a sweet tooth and they have an inexhaustible supply of sweet dishes.
    GulabJamun 1.Gulab Jamun- Milk powder balls are fried in oil until they are golden brown and served with vanilla ice cream. This is a must during festivals of India, especially in the north. In the past, gulab jamun was made with khoya, but now you find that people skip the khoya and make gulab jamun with milk powder.
    kulfi 2.Kulfi- Kulfi, the Indian ice cream is a rage amongst youngsters. It is made from whole fat milk, powdered sugar, cardamom powder and comes in tantalizing flavors like strawberry, mango and kesar and embellished with raisins and almond.
    Rasgulla 3.Rasgulla - Rasgulla is a Bengali delicacy, but very popular everywhere in India. People understand it better when they refer to it as sweet paneer balls or cheese balls in sugar syrup. The best thing about rasgulla is that it is healthier than other Indian snacks as you don’t have to fry it in oil or use too much of ghee.
    RasMalai 4.Ras Malai - Ras Malai is the distant cousin of rasgulla and is prepared in a slightly different way. If you love the look of cheese balls soaked in luscious soapy milk, flavored with cardamom, then you will definitely fall in love with this sweet.
    Jalebis 5.Jalebis - Jalebi is no stranger to a visitor (to India), but it still deserves a mention here because it is one of the most popular sweets prepared in various colors in different parts of the country. It is made from rice flour, all purpose flour, baking powder, curd, permitted food color, vegetable oil, sugar and water.
  • Dosa

    Dosa is a type of pancake originating from the Indian subcontinent, made from a fermented batter. It is somewhat similar to a crepe in appearance. Its main ingredients are rice and black gram. Dosa is a typical part of the Southern Indian and Sri Lankan diets but is now popular all over the Indian subcontinent. Traditionally, dosa is served hot along with sambar, a stuffing of potatoes, and chutney. It can be consumed with idli podi as well.
    The most popular version is the masala dosa, with a filling of the potato masala. Mysore masala is the spicier version of it. Sada (plain) is without filling; paper dosa is a thin and crisp version. Rava dosa is made crispier using semolina,
  • pizza

    Pizza is a savory dish of Italian origin, consisting of a usually round, flattened base of leavened wheat-based dough topped with tomatoes, cheese, and various other ingredients (anchovies, olives, veg & non veg etc.) baked at a high temperature, traditionally in a wood-fired oven.s, like a restaurant, pizza is eaten with knife and fork, but in casual settings it is cut into wedges to be eaten while held in the hand. Small pizzas are sometimes called pizzettas.
  • burger

    Burger is like a two bread loaf in between we put the tikki, vegetables or non vegetables, or other Wanting things who you like or who like the chicken, put the chicken pieces in it. you can the enjoy the Burger in the as your test. Hamburgers are often served with cheese, lettuce, tomato, bacon, onion, pickles, or chiles; condiments such as mustard, mayonnaise, ketchup, relish, or "special sauce"; and are frequently placed on sesame seed buns.