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


Welcome to the world of Indian cuisine! April brings a burst of flavors with these 11 must-try local dishes from different states.


Slide into the month with a bowl of tangy Cholar Dal from West Bengal, made with split chickpeas and spices.


Travel to the southern state of Kerala for a taste of Avial, a mixed vegetable dish cooked in coconut and yogurt gravy.


Indulge in the rich and creamy Malai Kofta from Punjab, made with fried cottage cheese balls in a tomato-based gravy.


Head to the western state of Gujarat for a plate of Dhokla, a steamed snack made with fermented batter and served with chutney.


Satisfy your sweet tooth with the famous Ras Malai from Odisha, soft cottage cheese dumplings in a sweetened milk sauce.


Experience the fiery flavors of Andhra Pradesh with Gongura Chicken, a spicy dish made with chicken and sorrel leaves.


Take a trip to the northeastern state of Assam for a taste of Masor Tenga, a tangy fish curry made with tomatoes and lemon.


Try the unique flavors of Rajasthan with Gatte Ki Sabzi, a dish made with gram flour dumplings in a spicy yogurt gravy.


End your culinary journey with a sweet note with the traditional Mysore Pak from Karnataka, a rich and buttery dessert made with gram flour and ghee.