Jun 23, 2024, 08:15 AM IST

8 mouthwatering Indian thalis

Mahipal Chouhan

Rajasthani Thali: A royal spread with dal baati churma, gatte ki sabzi, and ker sangri, highlighting Rajasthan's rich flavors and spices.

Gujarati Thali: A vegetarian feast featuring dhokla, kadhi, shaak, and puri, embodying Gujarat's sweet, spicy, and tangy culinary traditions.

Maharashtrian Thali: Varied with puran poli, batata vada, amti, and bhakri, showcasing Maharashtra's diverse flavors and regional specialties.

Bengali Thali: Offers macher jhol (fish curry), alur dom, doi maach, and mishti doi, highlighting Bengal's seafood and dairy-based delicacies.

South Indian Thali: Includes dosa, sambar, rasam, and payasam, representing the diverse vegetarian delights of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka, and Andhra Pradesh.

Punjabi Thali: Features butter chicken, sarson da saag, paneer tikka, and lassi, showcasing Punjab's rich and robust flavors with a touch of dairy richness.

Goan Thali: Spicy and tangy with vindaloo, fish curry, xacuti, and feni, reflecting Goa's Portuguese-influenced coastal cuisine.

Kashmiri Thali: Rich in flavors with rogan josh, dum aloo, nadru yakhni, and kahwa, blending Kashmiri spices and aromatic herbs.

This information is not DNA's opinion but obtained from media reports