Indian food is largely regional, and what you eat in Delhi will look completely different than in Goa or Kerala. When learning to cook Indian food in Delhi, you’ll be learning the dishes most similar to the food served in Western Indian restaurants. Expect to prepare full-bodied curries, a savory lentil dish known as dal and some form of Indian bread, like naan or chapati, used to scoop up your food and wipe those last remnants of curry off your plate.
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