The spiciness of the Indian curries and the mouth-watering taste of the rich food I India is incomplete without the spices that are used for cooking in India. Apart from the flavors and aroma that these spices serve to the food, they aid in the process of digestion in life-forms and have an anti-inflammatory property that is seen to function smoothly. The spices are known for their richness and hot servings to add a taste to the tongue. Some of the tongue numbing and spiciest food in India is listed below.
A preparation made of pork that tastes better when it ages like a bottle of wine. The freshly prepared dish does not taste as good as a day's stored dish tastes. This is because the pork in the curry is marinated in a better way once it is soaked in the curry prepared of the spices for a day's time. The dish tastes hot and one who has never had this dish before would feel lava balls being taken in with every single gulp of the meat or the curry.
This is a spicy curry that can make a person sweat anytime with its spicy flavor and the hotness. This is a red hot chicken curry prepared with a variety of spice ingredients added to it to add the rich taste. This curry is most common in several parts of Kerala and it is sure to take the taste buds of the tongue on roller coaster ride.
This is a treat that feels good with any form of snacks. Especially the chutney dips prepared with the bhut jolokia has an intense and rich flavorful taste that burns down the throat with its hot and sour taste. Utilizing the ingredient in any dish like curries and any form of chutney gives its spicy and flavorful touch.
This is a common preparation of chili chicken in the style of Andhra Pradesh that adds the favor in the form of green chilies. A green stew is created with beans and then added to the fried chicken that gives a brilliant spicy and flavorful rich taste of the Indian spices.
The Kolhipuri chicken is a famous delicacy across India that has a mix of the hottest spices. One must keep some sweets handy as they would need it after every gulp that they take from the pate of chicken.
This is a meat preparation in a red hot curry of sauce that gives the eaters a running nose, sweaty body, and watery eyes with the enriched flavors of the spices added.
This dish is made simply by adding chilis to release endorphins in a human. A delicacy of Tamil Nadu loved throughout the country that has a spicy, tangy and a sweet fragrance at the same time.
One truly needs to have a strong potential to gulp in the laal maans curry in India, one of the famous dishes of Rajasthan made of lamb. The richness and spicy nature of the meat can burn the taste buds easily of the first-time experiencers.