11 Local Seasonal Dishes From Indian States That Are A Must-try In April


Welcome to the delicious world of Indian cuisine! Get ready to tantalize your taste buds with these 11 local seasonal dishes from different Indian states that are a must-try in April.


Slide into the flavors of Punjab with the famous Amritsari Kulcha, a crispy flatbread stuffed with spicy mashed potatoes and served with tangy chole (chickpea curry).


Travel to the southern state of Kerala and indulge in the traditional Malabar Fish Curry, made with fresh catch of the day, coconut milk, and a blend of aromatic spices.


Head to the eastern state of West Bengal and savor the mouth-watering Bengali-style Prawn Malai Curry, cooked in a creamy coconut milk gravy and flavored with mustard seeds.


Experience the rich flavors of Rajasthan with the Rajasthani Laal Maas, a fiery red meat curry made with succulent pieces of lamb, red chilies, and a blend of spices.


Take a trip to the coastal state of Goa and try the Goan Fish Recheado, a spicy and tangy fish dish marinated in a special masala paste and pan-fried to perfection.


Explore the flavors of Maharashtra with the popular street food, Vada Pav, a spicy potato fritter sandwiched between soft buns and served with tangy chutneys.


Indulge in the traditional flavors of Gujarat with the Gujarati Kadhi, a tangy and creamy yogurt-based curry served with steamed rice and crispy papad.


Travel to the northern state of Himachal Pradesh and try the Himachali Dham, a traditional feast consisting of a variety of lentils, vegetables, and rice cooked in a unique style.


Satisfy your sweet tooth with the famous Bengali dessert, Rasgulla, soft and spongy cottage cheese balls soaked in a sugar syrup and served chilled.