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Best Indian Recipes To Try On Independece Day

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India is a land of diversities. The diversity comes in the form of language, culture and most importantly, food. The best of Indian dishes differ in taste, texture and cooking style from north to south and east to west. That is why; we have so many different famous Indian recipes on our palate. But as Indians are most compulsarily foodies, the best Indian recipes are enjoyed in every part of the country. That is why, our list of recipes for Independece Day includes so many different recipes.

Today is 15th of August and we are in 67th year of our liberation as a free nation. There are many things that are not right with our nation. However we can hold our heads in high in pride for our food. The best Indian recipes have been hand picked by Boldsky from many of the different states in India. We give the speciality of different states to tickle your taste buds with these recipes on Independence day.

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Gustaba: Kashmir

Gustaba is a popular meat balls recipe. It is a mutton delicacy prepared with minced meat and a blend of spices. Gustaba is one of the best of meat balls recipe. The succulent flavours melt in the mouth and give you a wonderful experience. Gustaba is one of the most popular non-vegetarian Kashmiri recipe. Read more

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Rajma Chawal: Punjab

Rajma Makhani is a special Punjabi recipe that is different from the usual rajma recipes. Normally, rajma is prepared like any other Indian curry. It is soaked overnight and cooked with lots of spices, but the Rajma recipe is essentially the same. Read more

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Bajre Ki Khichdi: Haryana

Bajre ki khichdi is a special dish from the states of Haryana. When we talk of khichdi, we can only think of rice and dal cooked together with a few other ingredients. This is the reason why most people find khichdi as a dull thing to eat. But with the right ingredients and cooking style, even khichdi can be made into a sumptuous meal. Read more

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Ghevar: Rajasthan

Malai Ghevar is a Rajasthani delicacy made during the Hindu month of Shravan. It is available in the market only during this time and is a popular choice of dessert for Rakshabandhan. Read more

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Dhokla: Gujrat

Dhokla is a Gujrati recipe that has gained popularity worldwide. Rice, chickpeas and besan is used for a dhokla recipe. But the most popular one is the besan dhokla. The main ingredients of a dhokla recipe are besan and curd. A besan dhokla is usually served with a chutney as a dip. Read more

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Chana Madra: Himachal Pradesh

Madra is basically a gravy made out of yogurt. It is a popular Pahadi dish which is made with chickpeas or other beans. Madra is a simple dish and tastes simply delicious with chapati or rice. The most important step while preparing this recipe is that you have keep stirring the gravy while it cooks to get the perfect dish. Read more

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Chole Bhature: Delhi

We are sure most of you must have heard about chole bhature. It is one of the signature dishes of the Punjabi cuisine. The chole is basically the chickpeas curry and bhatura is a kind of poori or deep fried Indian bread which is slightly bigger in size. Read more

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Galouti Kebab: Uttar Pradesh

We are sure you must have heard about the famous Galouti kebab of Lucknow. 'Galouti' or 'Galawati' means melt in the mouth. And definitely these kebabs will melt in your mouth once you have a bite of it. Read more

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Bhutte Ka Kees: Madhya Pradesh

This recipe is made with corn and is known as Bhutte ka kees. The sweet corn is ground and made into a spicy snack with a tangy twist. It is a healthy, vegetarian snack which you can enjoy at any time of the day or have it as a side dish. Read more

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Litti Chokha: Bihar

One of the most famous and loved food from Bihar is the sumptuous litti chokha. A litti is a snack made out of wheat flour and stuffed with sattu which is roasted Bengal gram flour. The sattu is mixed with a blend of spices which make the filling all the more tasty. Read more

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Daab Chingri: West Bengal

Daab Chingri is a dish not only served in but also cooked in a coconut! This Bengali recipe takes the popular combination of coconut and prawns but adds a touch of creativity to it. This Indian food recipe makes use of coconut and prawns but not the hardened and shelled mature coconut, it is tender coconut that adds the mild flavour to Daab Chingri. Read more

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Jackfruit Dalma: Odisha

Dalma is a very famous vegetarian recipe from the state of Odisha. It is an absolutely simple and fuss free dal recipe to try during the summer season. Dalma is basically cooked with a lot of vegetables such as unripe papaya, unripe banana or jackfruit. Read more

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Masor Tenga: Assam

One delicious recipe from the Assamese cuisine is the Masor Tenga which happens to be a tangy fish curry. This fish recipe is extremely simple and tastes divine. The use of a special mix of five spices (cumin seeds, mustard seeds, fenugreek seeds, fennel seeds and onion seeds) known as the Panch Phoran and lemon juice is what gives this fish recipe its delicious flavour. Read more

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Fish Koliwada: Maharashtra

The term 'Koliwada' refers to the fishermen's colony. This recipe hails from the kitchen of the Kolis or the fishermen of Maharashtra region. Hence the name, fish Koliwada was coined. This finger-licking delight is quite popular in the food joints of Mumbai. Read more

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Prawn Gassi: Goa

Prawn Gassi, being a delicacy of the coasts can be a very easy recipe to try this weekend. This Goan recipe is basically a recipe of coconut and prawns. Spiced as typical Indian curry, you can enjoy this Goan recipe for your special family dinner. Read more

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Bisi Bele Bath: Karnataka

Bisi bele bath is the tasty traditional south indian recipe (Karnataka Dish) which means "hot lentil rice". Take a look at how to prepare your favorite bisi bele bath recipe. Read more

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Haleem: Andhra Pradesh

Haleem is a rare delicacy which originated in Persia. It was carried over to India during the Mughal reign and since then this royal recipe was popular among the Nizams of Hyderabad. Haleem is traditionally prepared with mutton or beef. Read more

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Ambur Biryani: Tamil Nadu

Biryani is the king of all Indian foods and it was patronised by Royalty too. The best biryani recipes in India originated in the royal kitchens of Sultans and Nawabs. The Ambur biryani for example developed under the reign of Nawab of Arcot. Ambur biryani is a Tamil variety of biryani. However the recipe of this biryani is different from the Chettinad biryani. Read more

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Puttu: Kerala

Rice puttu is a nutritious and delightful Kerala recipe that consists of grated coconut and rice powder as its main ingredients. The best part of this puttu recipe is that it is steamed and hence, is extremely healthy. Read more

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Momos: Sikkim

The steamed dumplings can be a treat for the street food lovers who are diet conscious as well. If you are on a diet, you must prefer the steamed momos and not the fried ones. Another benefit of having steamed momos is that they can be cooked quickly. You can relish the tasty steamed momos for a filling and healthy breakfast. Read more

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