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29 Traditional Famous Indian Dishes from 29 states of India


29 Traditional Famous Indian Dishes from 29 states of India. India is the most unique country in the world. It has its own culture which belongs to unity in diversity. We all know India has 29th state and they all have their own famous dishes. Which we are going to discuss in this blog with the video below.


1. Jammu & Kashmir - Rogan Josh

Rogan josh is a famous red meat preparation Jammu & Kashmir states. The main ingredients of this dish are lamb, goat and It is colored and flavored by alkanet flower or root and Kashmiri chilies. The dish was introduced to Kashmir by the Mughals.

2. Himachal Pradesh – Channa Madra

Channa Madra is a Himachali famous dish. Mainly its a Himachali style curry. In this dish, Chickpeas are cooked in a yogurt sauce along with spices like cloves, cinnamon, cardamom, cumin, turmeric powder. Channa Madra is a very popular dish in Himachal Pradesh. Madra is mainly coming from the Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh. These dishes represent the authentic food culture of Himachal Pradesh.

3. Uttarakhand - Ripe Lemon Chaat

Ripe Lemon Chaat is a most chatpatta dish all over India. It is a tongue twister. Ripe lemon chaat is a signature dish of Uttarakhand. Ripe lemon chaat with bhang chutney is craziness on a plate from Uttarakhand.


4. Punjab - Makki di roti & Sarso ka saag

Makki di roti & Sarso ka saag is a popular vegetarian dish from Punjab. It’s made from Sarson (Mustard greens) and spices such as ginger and garlic and its served with Makki di roti.  This dish especially made during winter in Punjab.

5. Haryana - Gajar Methi

Gajar methi sabzi is a simple fry with carrots and fenugreek leaves (methi). Its a server with plain rice or roti. It’s a very common dish in Haryana.

6. Rajasthan - Dal Bati Churma

Dal Bati Churma is an Indian dish of dal (lentils) and baati (hard wheat rolls), churma is a sweet, made of wheat flour,sugar and dry fruits. Ghee is the main ingredient in all three items. It is a popular dish in Rajasthan.

7. Uttar Pradesh - Galouti Kebabs 

Galouti kebab was invented for the nawab of Lucknow. The Old Nawab Galouti kebabs were invented for the 'toothless king' Nawab Asad ud Daula. It’s the most famous dish all over India even the world also. Uttar Pradesh is quite famous for this nawab food item.

8. Madhya Pradesh - Indori Palak Puri

Indori Palak Puri is one of the best item in Madhya Pradesh region Indori palak puri is a mouth-watering dish, It’s made with palak and wheat flour.

9. Gujarat - Khandvi

Khandvi is a common Gujarati cuisine of India It consists of yellowish, tightly rolled bite-sized pieces and is primarily made of gram flour and yogurt.

10. Bihar - Litti Chokha

Along with chokha, is a complete meal that originated from the Indian state of Bihar. The main ingredients are whole-wheat flour and stuffed with sattu (gram flour powder). Cooking and serving of litti. The best littis should be cooked in low fire and chokha (Spicy Mashed Potatoes).

11. West Bengal - Shorshe Ilish

Shorshe Ilish is a Bengali dish, Shorshe Ilish (Hilsha) is an emotion of Bengal. It's cooked in mustard gravy, with mustard oil and chills. The dish is popular among the people in the Indian states of West Bengal.

12. Assam - Spinach Khar 

Spinach Khar is a typical Assamese dish. These preparations made with a key ingredient, fish and spinach. Fish is fried in mustard oil or curried with bottle gourd or spinach.

13. Arunachal Pradesh - The Dry Fried Chicken with Bamboo Shoots

Bamboo shoot is widely eaten through all the North Eastern States because of its delicate flavor. The delicious bamboo shoots are used in the dishes of boiled vegetables, cooked meat, pickles and chutneys.

14. Meghalaya – Jadoh

Jadoh is basically red rice, cooked with open-handed amounts of pork meat. Sometimes, it is also cooked with chicken or fish. A mix of green chilies, onions, ginger.

15. Manipur – Singju

Fish just met a twist with thambou singju. Singju (pronounced sing-zoo) is a dish from Manipur. The main ingredients are Ngari ( dry fermented fish), salt, chilies and green leafy ... Lotus stem (Thambou in Meitei); Stink Bean (Yongchaak); Cabbage (Kobiful), Cauliflower.

16. Sikkim - Momo

Momo is a type of steamed dumpling with some form of filling ( veg and non-veg). Its mainly a steamed food . its served with spicy chatni and soup. It’s a famous food item of Sikkim.

17. Tripura - Mui Borok

Mui Borok is a mainly non-vegetarian food item of Tripura. Its prepared using meat, but with the addition of vegetables. This traditional Tripura cuisine is known as Mui Borok.

18. Mizoram - Misa Mach Poora

Misa Mach Poora is one of the excellent recipes from Mizoram. Popularly, the dish is also known as grilled shrimps dish. The dish prepared with spiced and some coriander. It’s served with steamed rice.

19. Nagaland - Pork With Dry Bamboo Shoots

It is a very common and famous Naga cuisine. It is a traditional cuisine of the Naga people. It prepared with meats and fish, which are often smoked, dried or fermented. Fermented bamboo shoots made from the tender shoots of the Bamboo tree are often served with fish and pork.

20. Jharkhand - Sattu Ka Paratha 

It is a popular food item In Bihar. Sattu ka paratha is prepared with toasted gram flour as well as toasted barley, or a mixture of both. Sattu mixed with a little mustard.

21. Chattisgarh - Petha

Petha is a soft candy from Chattisgarh. It is usually rectangular or cylindrical, it is made from the ash gourd vegetable.

22. Goa - Seafood

If you travel to Go, you must try the seafood and fish curry of the seaside. Seafood is any form of sea life regarded as food by humans, prominently including fish and cephalopods such as octopus and squid), crustaceans (e.g. shrimp, crabs, and lobster).

23. Kerela - Uttapam

Uttapam is a thick pancake with toppings cooked right into the batter. It’s the best item in the Kerela region.

24. Odisha - Rasgulla

Rasagulla from Bhubaneswar, Orissa In the coastal city of Puri in Orissa, the rasgulla has been the traditional offering to the Hindu goddess.

25. Maharashtra - Puran Poli

Puran Poli is eaten with a variant of Amti (flavored sour water) known as Katachi Amti is prepared with the remaining water of Chana Dal used to make Puran. A topping of ghee is a must.

26. Andhra Pradesh - Hyderabad Biryani

Hyderabadi Biryani is a famous biryani from Hyderabad. It is prepared from rice using the dum method of cooking. Hyderabadi biryani is generally believed to have originated in the kitchens Nizam of the Hyderabad.

27. Karnataka - Mysore Dosa 

Mysore dosa, prepared from rice batter. Mysore dosa is basically Indian bread and Karnataka cuisine. Culture of Karnataka.

28. Telangana - Natu Kodi Pulusu 

Natu Kodi Pulusu is a gravy or curry is called Koora and Pulusu. it is a delicious and spicy chicken curry made with a Guntur chili spice mix and a hint of coconut.

29. Tamil Nadu - Idiyappam

Idiyappam traditional food of Tamil Nadu, Kerala and other southern Indian states, as well as Sri Lanka. Its main ingredients are very finely ground idiyappam flour.


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