Our top 5 most popular menu items
Authentic Indian dishes are vastly diverse and not to mention delicious because of the diversity of regional flavor when intermingled. People all over the world prefer Indian cuisines on their food lists.
Remember that time you and your family sit down for dinner at Mehfil Indian food restaurant. The smell of jasmine and spice awakens your senses. There is a busy clatter of pots and pans coming from the open kitchen.
Your mouth is already watering as you go check the buffet food lists that are those delectable Indian dishes. Time for the ultimate question: what should you eat?
For those who are not veterans of Indian food eating, making a decision may be difficult.
We created this article for those moments when you’re looking at a menu, feeling dizzy with delight and confusion.
Whether you require help ordering at Mehfil food restaurant or are interested in food take away, we’ve got you covered.
Read on to learn about the best top 5 most popular Indian food dishes and why you should have them served for you.
It’s hard to find anyone who is not a fan of tandoori chicken, that famous Indian barbecue chicken recipe. Although traditionally cooked in a clay oven, we prepare the yogurt-marinated chicken in a regular oven (or on the grill). Additionally, we use cayenne pepper, red chilis, or Kashmiri red chili powder to give it a fiery red chroma. The recipe goes so well with brewing basmati rice and crispy naan.
Naan, a puffy flatbread, is a staple in the Indian kitchen and can go with everything that you prefer, including many popular dishes like tandoori chicken or all kinds of kebabs.
Though naan (fermented Indian flatbread) is naturally cooked in a tandoor or earthen oven, we cook it in our oven. The ingredient list includes yeast, flour, sugar, and water, as well as yogurt and ghee.
Aloo Gobi is a dry, vegan authentic Indian dish made with potatoes (aloo), cauliflower (gobi), and Indian spices. It has a mild, yellow-orange color because it uses a staple in Indian dishes: turmeric.
We use a special ingredient called kalonji occasionally in aloo gobi, and curry leaves as well. Other natural ingredients include garlic, ginger, onion, coriander stalks, tomato, peas, and cumin. Pair this authentic Indian food with Naans or rice at the lunch buffets.
Malai kofta is a vegetarian alternative to meatballs. The koftas are all thorough mixture of potatoes, carrots, beans, peas, and sweet corn. These are cooked and mashed before our chiefs mix spices and paneer. The essential blocked cheese is similar to tofu in texture and is a fabulous addition to any vegetarian meal. It’s rather easy to find if you don’t want to make it, especially if you visit Indian restaurants serving authentic Indian food at your place. Malai kofta goes very well with naan or jeera rice.
The most popular paneer recipe at Mehfil Indian restaurant is, by far, palak paneer. It is a moderately flavored dish and is very healthy. The recipe is nothing more than spinach and cottage cheese (the paneer), along with few regular Indian spices.
Due to the huge servings of spinach and fenugreek leaves included in the recipe, this dish takes on a deep green hue. The cubed paneer is pan-fried first, contributing a nice texture to the dish. Palak paneer gets even better when served with your favorite flatbread.
As mentioned above, at Mehfil Indian food restaurant, you find authentic North Indian dishes, and there’s even more to it. We are also an Indian Delivery & Takeout Restaurant. Visit us and explore authentic north Indian food stuffed with delicious and healthy spices for a change.