I have heard talking about the spicy Indian dishes a lot of time from my abroad-based friends as well as other native individuals. And guess what, the food is too popular that even Quora is talking about it. Well, no matter what people say about it but the fact it is that, despite of being insanely spicy, they’re super delicious. And this is the reason why majorly all good Indian restaurants serve them. So here we will go through those 9 insanely spicy Indian dishes that are so spicy that your eyes would go teary after having them.
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Spicy Indian Dishes:
1. Phaal Curry
First originated in Indian restaurants in Birmingham, UK, Phaal curry is an Indian dish which tastes amazing regardless of its spicy ingredients. It’s very similar to the phall which is a gravy-less and char-grilled dish in Bangalore. It uses a high volume of scotch bonnet, chilli peppers and habanero. It’s typically a thick tomato based curry which includes ginger and fennel seeds optionally.
2. Kozi Kari
The dish which comes from Kerala was first introduced by Jewish Settlers in India. It’s a hot chicken curry which is made with the amazing combination of fresh green chilli peppers and the dried ground red chilli peppers. To make it spiciest among all the curries, numbers of spices are used during the cooking procedure.
3. Piro Aloo
So finally, after so many non-vegetarian dishes, this is something for the vegetarians. Originated from Nepal, the dish is quite popular in India. In short, it’s India’s Dum Aloo but a bit drier than its cooked Indian counterpart but is 10 times spicier.
4. Andhra Dry Mutton
We all know that Andhra’s Food is super-delicious, but this is going to be indeed amazing. Andhra Dry Mutton is generally collaborated with the vegetarian dishes and rice. But believe me; it’s so delicious that you won’t be able to resist it.
It’s a very popular Indian delicacy which comes from Maharashtra. This Kolhapuri Misal is known to be highly spicy dish and those with the sensitive digestive system should not try this. Otherwise, it may leave you upset.
6. Bhut Jolokia curries and chutneys
Bhut Jolokia is a chilli pepper farmed in Nagaland, Manipur, Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. You will be shocked to know that the chilli pepper was certified as the world’s hottest chilli pepper which is 400 times hotter than the Tabasco sauce.
7. Laal Maas
Laal Maas (Red Meat) is an only non-vegetarian dish in Rajasthan (a place dominated by vegetarian). If you are in Rajasthan and a vegetarian, this is the only dish to test your taste buds. It’s a thick/semi gravy curry made of mutton, which is a red meat and is prepared in a sauce of curd and hot spices including red chillies.
8. Chicken Chettinad
Chicken Chettinad, the most aromatic and spiciest non-veg dish in from Tamil Nadu is better known for its vast variety of spices that are used to cook this. With the ingredient of fresh groundmasalas, along with a boiled egg which is considered to be the essential part of this meal, Chicken Chettinad is the favourite dish of Tamil Nadu individuals.
Again, the taste and Aroma, for which the Rista dish is known for is a Lamb meatball curry.
which is prepared in super spicy red chilli powder along with other species. What makes this dish so tempting is the flavour of fennel seeds which are similar looking in other red curries. This is better enjoyed with the cumin rice and butter naan.