Is a type of roti – which is a Indian bread that is eaten in South Asia and East Africa. It is made from a dough of atta flour that is mixed with water and salt by rolling the dough out into round discs of about twelve centimeters in diameter and lightly browning the discs on both sides on a very hot. This should be cooked on a dry tava or frying pan (preferably not one coated with Teflon or other nonstick material). Each disc should be held for about half a second onto a direct open flame, causing it to puff up with steam like a balloon. Usually the chapati is brushed with butter after it is done. Chapatis are normally consumed with cooked dal which is a lentil soup or vegetable curry dishe, and pieces of the chapati can be used to wrap around and pick up each bite of the cooked dish.
Is a traditonal South Indian soup that is prepared mainly with the juice of tamarinds and tomatos. Then it is mixed with pepper and other spices later lentils are added frequently and other vegetables if needed. It is often eaten by mixing it with rice, or drunk by itself. Rasam contains many spices which are considered to have food ingrediants that witth posotivley effect your health and benifiting it.
It is a traditional South Asian beverage, originally came from Punjab, India/Pakistan, it is produced by blending yogurt with water, salt, and spices until the mixture turns frothy. Lassis are enjoyed cold because it is used as a hot-weather refreshment. Traditional lassi is salty and sometimes flavored with ground roasted cumin, another variation of a lassi is a Sweet lassi which is flavored with sugar, rosewater and/or lemon, mango, strawberry or other fruit juice.
Is a common snack in India and even in the rest of South Asia even though it was likely to have originated in Central Asia.It is usually made up of a fried triangular-/pyramid -shaped pastry shell with a spicy potato, onion and pea fillings, but other stuffings like minced meat is also used. It is usually very spicy and is normally eaten with a chutney, such as mint, coriander or tamarind. Samosa is considered a favorite by young and adult alike. It is often appreciated with tea or coffee and it can also be prepared as a sweet, rather than savory, form.
Is a popular traditonal Indian snack tat is made by mashing or dicing potatoes and/or lentils are seasoned (and sometimes sauteed), then you have to shaped them, cover them in a gram flour batter and deep-fry it ntil lightly brownish. The shape and size can vary, even though when its finished the Vada looks like a doughnut.Even though it is deep-fried, if it is made right, when it is finished the snack should not be that oily. In India a vad is to them what a hot-dog is to americans and a vad can even be served in a bun (called pav-vada) with some fresh spicy/sweet chutney.