The Bollywood dishes are a popular staple of the Indian subcontinent, but are becoming increasingly popular with Australians as the nation struggles to come to terms with the death of its beloved Bollywood films.
Here’s a look at what’s on offer at the top of the menu in the city’s most famous eateries.1.
Mangaloo Dosa, Mangaluru The Mangalururu eatery has a long and colourful history, which dates back to 1875, when it was the site of a massive Bollywood event.
It has since changed hands several times, including being the location of the film’s final scene, and has now become a cultural hub for the city.
The Mangaluri is made of groundnut, cashew, walnut and cashew paste and the sauce is made with coconut milk, coriander leaves, mustard seeds and coconut milk.
It’s also popular with Punjabis and has become a staple at many Bollywood premieres.2.
Paneer, Bengaluru Paneer is an Indian-style fried fish that is served in a variety of ways, but the best way to get one is to order it with rice and gravy.
Its a combination of a spicy and crispy fish dish with a crunchy rice batter.
The sauce is usually made with coriandum, corona and chana dal, but can also be made with saffron leaves, kaffir lime leaves, green chillies, cumin seeds and even turmeric.
It can also use ground coriandra or ground red chillies.3.
Beef and Prawns, Coorgia in Coorgias west coast Coorgias western coast is known for its seafood, which is what has inspired this local dish.
It is called the Bajranji Bajrami which means beef and prawns with curry and spices.
It comes with chicken, vegetables, rice and peas.4.
Beef Curry, Coorganis, Queensland This is a popular dish in Queensland, which features beef curry with tomato ketchup, ginger chilli paste and coconut oil.
It can also take the form of a rice bowl or a simple Indian dessert.5.
Bolognese, Coorongi in New South Wales Bologneses famous lamb kebabs are served with tomato sauce and tomatoes and onions.
They are served over white rice and are made with prawn meat, lentils and onions and garlic.
Kofta in Sydney, NSW This restaurant in Sydney’s west is one of the best places to eat Koftas in the country.
It uses a combination and seasonal approach, with the meats grilled and cooked over hot plates.
It also has a small vegetarian menu, with salads and vegetarian options.7.
Chicken Biryani, Kutch, Gujarat The best Koftalis in Gujarat are made of chicken thighs and cooked in a clay oven with ketchup and lime juice.
The sauces are rich and rich with lemon and ginger chillies and tomatoes.8.
Beef Prawn Curry, Hyderabad It’s one of Hyderabad’s most popular dishes, and the meat is cooked over rice and a thick paneer gravy.
The sauce is creamy and rich, with ginger chilles and tomatoes, and it is made from prawn, beef, lamb and mutton.9.
Chicken Tikka Masala, Hyderabadi, Telangana Telangana has a huge chicken Tikka masala community, with many restaurants serving it.
It’s made of boiled chicken thighs, onions and puffed rice and served with sweet chillies for dipping.10.
Chicken Curry, Kududu in New Delhi, India This dish is a combination Indian and Malaysian, with chicken and pescatarian meat mixed together, served over rice, with pakoras.
It gets its name from the word kudud, which means hot.
The chicken is fried and then served with coconut cream and spices, which gives it a spicy, tangy taste.11.
Chicken Tandoori Masala in Kolkata, IndiaThe Kolkatas famous chicken Tikkas are served in this dish with some ketchup.
The chicken is marinated with garlic, ginger, curry leaves and tomatoes in a spicy tomato sauce.
It adds a tangy, spicy taste and is served with pikors and paneer.12.
Biryana, Birla, Bengalurys One of Bengaluru’s most celebrated restaurants, the Biryaya is famous for its famous curry dishes.
They come with puffed black rice, potatoes, tomatoes, green chilies, curry powder, corriander seeds, corned beef and onions, garlic and coriandre.13.
Chicken and Veggies Biryanna, Bengaluri, New Delhi This biryanna is