9 International food that we have totally ‘Indianized’

There is no food out there that we can't make Indian!

1. Vada pav 

It’s proudly called the ‘Indian burger’.

The vada pav’s origins are humble. It was initially sold as a low cost dish but due to its popularity it slowly entered the menus of top hotels. A crisp vada is coated with spices and chutney, and is sandwiched between two soft buns.

vada pav indian

2. McDonald’s Maharaja Burger 

Did someone say beef?

Blasphemy!

McDonalds is willing to turn Indian, even if it means ‘Indianizing’ the world renowned ‘Big Mac’. The Maharaja Burger has double ‘chicken’ patties, smoked sauce and shredded vegetables.

Maharaja burger

3. Dominoes Indian taco

The Mexican culture flies right out of the window when you taste our desi flavours in ‘Dominoes Indian taco’. It’s Indian now, and it comes with a crunchy flatbread that is covered with oregano seasoning. The filling gives you the flavours of spices, garlic and potatoes.

Almost makes you forget about the pizza.

indian taco

 

4. Chicken Manchurian 

This dish has been in India for so long, you’ve completely forgotten about its origins.

There are even different varieties of Manchurian, and the secret of each lies with its unique combinations of spices. So don’t miss out on any desi flavours.

Indian chicken manchurian

 

5. Vegetarian kebab 

Sliced meat? Seriously? Are you even Indian?

The vegetarian kebab welcomes all vegetables – potato, cauliflower, cabbage and so on to be deep fried and served with mint chutney.

indian vegetarian kebab

 

6. Chicken lollipop 

So what if it’s supposed to be sweet and sour?

Indians like it crisp and spicy. And just like that ‘Indian Chinese’ is back in business.

 chicken lollipop Indian

7. Fried rice 

Oh look, you’ve add ghee and masala. That’s a common mistake every Indian makes while making Chinese fried rice. But this interpretation of fried rice has many faithful followers and is now considered as a hard-core Indian dish.

fried rice and Indian

 

8. Bombay toast 

‘French toast’? Are you positive you don’t mean ‘Bombay toast’?

One of the main ingredients of ‘French toast’ is eggs. But we’ve found a way around that with the help of besan. The Bombay toast can comprise of masala, finely diced onions and coriander.

indian bombay toast

9. Indian sushi 

It’s the offspring of Japanese sushi, vegetarian style.

There’s no point in raising eyebrows anymore, this delicacy has been successfully revised. There is no customary octopus, eel, crab or prawn. Instead, the Indian version of sushi is stuffed with asparagus, mushroom, cheese, bell pepper, tofu and rice.

indian sushi

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