According to the chefs of the Indian restaurant in Terrigal, “You cannot enjoy the Indian main course at its best if you have not tried out the appetizers.”
Do you want to know some of the Indian appetizers which you must try?
Then read our today’s blog which consists of the different Indian appetizers.
Here’s a reason for bonus happiness
The information is presented by gaining the food knowledge from the chefs of the Indian restaurant in Sydney.
- Corn Pakoda
Corn Pakoda is also known as the fritters in English. If you have never tried out any of the Indian dishes, then it is high time that you should start with the pakoras. These are not only delicious but they give you satisfaction from hunger also.
- Vegetable Samosas
Who does not like to taste these deep-fried dumplings? These are the standard appetizers which everybody likes to try with the tea. The filing of the samosas can vary depending upon the taste preferences. Some people like to taste the filling of the boiled and the mashed potatoes. While others like to have it filled with cheese.
- Lentil Fritters
This is one of the south Indian delicacies which requires the lentils to be soaked overnight. The next morning, these are ground to make the fine paste which has a nice consistency.
Since these are called masala vada, you will be curious to know, why this word is prefixed. Then the reason for this is that the lentil paste is seasoned with so many spices. Apart from that, the following items are also included so that the taste can be intensified:
- Red Onions
- Red Chillies
- Chilli Flakes
- Curry Powder
- Fennel Seeds
- Mango Chutney
All the Indians are so crazy about the mangoes that they wait for the arrival of the mango season. Once the mango season is encountered, then people are full of creativity about which dishes they can make with the mangoes. From Aam Ras to the authentic Indian Mango Shake everything is made and enjoyed. But before all, nobody forgot to enjoy the taste of the Mango Chutney.
- Cilantro Mint Chutney
This refreshing chutney can be found in huge quantities in all Indian homes. Both Cilantro and mint are required to be blended for about 10 minutes. The smooth and creamy taste of the Chutney is much enjoyed when consumed with the Roti.
- Idli Fry
This is one of the tastiest ways to make day-old idli worth eating. You are free to use any kind of seasoning. And then you should fry the idii in the oil.
- Papdi Chaat
OMG! Merely from the name of the Papdi Chaat, you will get water in your mouth. The crispy papdis are drizzled with the tamarind & pudina chutney along with the dahi.
- Khaman Dhokla
This is one of the Gujarati dishes which is prepared with besan (gram flour). The fluffy textured outcome contains tanginess since lemon is used.