That is quite obviously a roti.That is quite obviously a paratha.That's a trick question; they're the same thing.
It's a roti, which, unlike a paratha, doesn't have layers.
Burfi is a dessert in which the base ingredient is condensed milk.
Masala dosas are a filled with a spiced potato mix.
Pani puriChole masalaPapri chaatBaingan bharta
These are used in pani puri, with the spiced water collected in the hole of the bread.
Rogan josh is a popular Kashmiri dish.
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Mattar paneer is paneer and peas in a rich sauce containing tomatoes and cream.
WhiskeyChilli powderCannabisSaffronVia Thinkstock
Bhang lassi contains a paste made from cannabis.
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In the original Goan version of the dish, it was made with pork.
A meal made in one potA selection of different dishesA meal served in three coursesA meal shared by a whole table
A thali meal consists of several small dishes served on a round platter.
Are You Actually Really Knowledgable About Indian Food?
Maybe you don't like Indian food, or maybe your interest in Indian food lies more in its deliciousness.
You know the difference between a roti and a chapati and you know your daal from your dosas, but some of the trickier questions got you.
You know quite a bit about Indian food. You probably cook quite a few dishes yourself, and you know when a dish is made ~authentically~.
You know pretty much everything there is to know. You could identify a dish just from glancing at it and your standards for Indian food are pretty damn high.