It is literally impossible to determine what components some dishes are prepared from. It is customary to stew meat and vegetables for a very long time until the dish acquires a homogeneous puree-like consistency. Walking along the city streets, you can notice small cafes and stalls selling popular pastries. Here you can buy traditional â€śPuriâ€ť, as well as special types of pastries with â€śPaneer â€ť cheese. To taste fresh pastries, many experienced gourmets go to the markets. Here, in the open air, they prepare traditional puff pastries filled with potatoes or lentils. This treat is common and quite cheap.
In New Delhi restaurants, most meat dishes are made from poultry. Chicken biryani is a popular dish with rice as an important component. Dishes with lamb are also widespread, and â€śKurmaâ€ť stew is especially popular with foreign guests. Traditional kebabs and meat cooked over an open fire are also available for trying in any local restaurant.
New Delhi restaurants offer an equally diverse fish menu. Fish can be grilled over an open fire or stewed with vegetables. A lot of spices and seasonings are always added to fish dishes. As a dessert, it is worth ordering various sweet pastries, and ice cream lovers will surely like Kulfi ice cream. A very popular dessert is â€śGulab jamunâ€ť - sweet donuts with sugar syrup.