A survivor’s guide to Indian cuisine: Dal Makhani + Naan
This is where I started eating lunch after I started eating breakfast in a garage. Even though the meal I ate here had Maida, it’s very likely that this is a healthier meal than my breakfast.
Did I mention the Naan is made from Maida? If you do have more than one Naan you might notice that you feel sleepy around an hour after you ate it, because your blood sugar will be up. Nonetheless, in this particular place they serve meals with a chunk of raw onion and some cucumbers with vinegar, which are all said to be very good against diabetes, kidney stones.
Hands down my favorite Indian meal of all. Every time I see this picture my mouth starts watering like that of a Pavlov’s dog. Dal Makhani is mildly spicy with a sweet tomato taste and the Naan is probably the tastiest white bread you can eat, and they both just dissolve in your mouth. In this particular place, the meal is much tastier and at least 5 times cheaper than in a food court of a big super-market.
This is the tastiest Indian meal for me and I urge you to try it, but even if you have it with vegetables which help alleviate the effects of Maida, this is not nutritious enough to be eaten daily.