Love Teekha? Give These Dishes A Try

Indians have a special love for spicy food. No matter, how much we pant or sweat, we just can’t stop ourselves from eating. And you know what?? We are actually doing the right thing. Some studies believe that eating spicy food regularly can help in reducing the risk of heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.

As per a report published in India Times, those who reported eating spicy foods weekly had a 14% lower risk of death compared to those who consumed spicy foods less than once a week, as per some researchers. So, since things have spiced up, let’s talk about some spicy dishes that you must try if you are a spice lover. Excited?? Have a look. 

Laal Maas 

Rajasthan has given us so many gems when it comes to food and laal maas is one of them. Mostly made up of mutton or wild meat, this fiery dish has Mathania red chili peppers, curd, onions, garlic, and other spices. This mutton curry is in bright red colour and is known for its spice content. 

Piro Aloo 

Piro Aloo is a Nepalese dish and could be labeled as the spicier version of Indian Aloo Dum. Also known as Aloo Sadeko, it has a special red chili widely available in the Himalayas. As its name suggests, ‘Piro’ stands for chili, and ‘Aloo’ we all know is potato. This potato dish is served even as a main course dish as well as an evening snack. 

Phaal Curry 

It is an Indian curry which has said to be originated in Indian restaurants in Birmingham, UK. It is one of the hottest curries available as it has a large number of ground standard chili peppers or a hotter type of chili such as scotch bonnet or habanero. It has a thick tomato-based curry has ginger and fennel seeds.   

Chicken Chettinad

Chettinad cuisine is known for its spice content. The special Chettinad masala consists of ground, sun-dried as well and whole spices. One can pair it with Malabar parotta and get on the joyride of flavours. Are you ready?

Kolhapuri Chicken 

Ever heard ‘Tikhi Mirchi Laayi Hoon, Main Kolhapur Se Aayi Hoon? This song is enough to prove that Kolhapur is famous for its spices. Kolhapur Chicken is loaded with spices and is hot and exotic. It goes well with crispy jwarichi bhakari or naan or even chapati.  

These were our top spicy picks. Don’t call yourself a spice lover if you haven’t tasted these dishes!