A lip-smacking combination of two different cuisines and cooking techniques, fusion food has surely become the latest craze and people are going gaga over it. From the famous veg chowmein and gobi manchurian to butter chicken noodles and many more, we all have tried the very popular Indo-Chinese fusion food. In this article, we are going to introduce you with one such interesting fusion cuisine that is impressing us with its delectable dishes; we are talking about Indo-Italian food. This combination of the world’s most popular and loved cuisines – Indian and Italian -give us an array of irresistible dishes that we bet will be a part of your guilty pleasure.
So, if you are someone who loves trying out different dishes and doesn’t shy away from indulging every then and now, we have got you covered. Try these delicious Indo-Italian dishes that you can easily make at home.
Here Are 5 Indo-Italian Recipes That You Must Try:
1. Paratha Pizza
Thinking what to do with leftover parathas and rotis? Here’s how you can use them. Make paratha pizza from your leftover parathas. This paratha pizza is made with the base of wheat flour paratha, topped with veggies and loads of cheese. Besides being delicious, this dish is also very healthy and nutritious. Here’s the recipe for you.
2. Pasta Samosa
Easy, quick and delicious, there’s no doubt that we all love samosas! Be it aloo samosa, paneer samosa, keema samosa et al. Still looking for more samosa versions? Give an Italian twist to your regular samosas and fill them with a unique, spicy and zingy filling of pasta and cheese. Slurping, right? Click here for the recipe.
3. Idli Pasta
A blend of mouth-watering spices and flavours, followed by some alluring sauces and crunchy veggies, this fusion recipe can be a perfect snack for work, a great lunch option for kids and an even more delicious and quick party snack or appetizer. Here’s the recipe for you.
4. Goda Masala Pasta
A flavoursome delight from Maharashtra’s food list! This super delicious pasta is cooked in rich, flavourful goda masala. Goda masala is basically a coconut-based masala that enhances the flavour of ordinary dishes. Here’s the recipe for goda masala pasta.
5. Dum Biryani Risotto
Yes, it’s a biryani! An appetizing blend of Italian risotto with classic Indian biryani masala. Tandoori chicken chunks tossed with risotto and dipped in a makhani gravy; this recipe can be a winner at the dinner table. Try this and you might be the first one to start the trend. Here’s the recipe for you.
Each one of these dishes offer a delectable combo of both the world’s most loved cuisine and will definitely leave your guests wanting for more. Try them out and let us know how you and your guests liked them in the comment section below.