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Last Updated : Mar 11,2021



यात्रा के लिए भारतीय रेसिपी - हिन्दी में पढ़ें (Indian Travel Food recipes in Hindi)
મુસાફરી માટે ભારતીય રેસીપી - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો (Indian Travel Food recipes in Gujarati)

Indian Travel Food for Vacations, Indian Travel Food for International travel

 

Indian Travel Food for Vacations, Indian Travel Food for International travel. We asked our cooking fans which is the Indian foods they travel with and we got response for travel foods from South India, Rajashtani travel food, Gujarati travel food, Maharashtrain travel food to Sindhi travel food. 

Given below are readers responce. In lots of cases we may not have a recipe but this is a fun article to see what Indians travel food is. You cannot go wrong when we have 150 food lovers giving their answers. Please leave your commnents at the bottom of the page with the food you love to travel with and we will include them in our article. 

Maharashtrain travel food

1. Maharashtrian Speciality - Bhopalyache Gharge - Red pumpkin and jaggery puri. It lasts up to 3-4 days. Also Bhajaniche Vade with kokum Chutney. Maharashtrian Style dry lehsun Chutney is also a lifesaver in case  you do not like local food. Use it like a spread on chapatti / bread or sprinkle on rice.

2. I am from Kokan and we usually carrry ghavne with batata suji bhaji with nariyal chutney ( we grind it without water).

3. Vada pav wrapped in cling wrap as individual portion, toast sandwiches, pulav and as dessert eggless date walnut cake... its kind of full meal... family happy

South Indian travel food

1. Idlis and tomato chutney prepared without adding any water is the other dish that I carry along.

2. Rice sevai - not the readymade seviyaan. This one is made by soaking rice, grinding and making sevai at home. You can temper it with simple tadka or lemon sevai anything of your choice. Puliodharai with home made pulikachal along with chips.  Curd rice with more of milk and a ladle of curd. This will ensure that the curd rice is not sour when you eat it after 6 or 8 hrs.

3. I always carry some idly nicely coated with idly podi (gun powder ) methi ka parathas with mango pickle , some Banana cake , some paniyaram , some murukku , some home made dry fruits burfi and in rice varieties. I usually carry lemon rice with lots of groundnut and eat with crispy fried potatoes.

4. Tamarind rice, curd rice (with more milk and less curd), chapatti, Tomato chutney, Tamarind chutney, onion chutney with tamarind, homemade cakes or cupcakes, pickles, fruits, bread butter jam. Sometimes we carry homemade sweets and Murukku.

5. Ragi idli with curry leaves thokku. Both are very healthy. Idli being steamed is best for travel.

Idlis is also easy to make and pack in large quantities; so many people prefer to carry it along while travelling in large parties. If you make the batter beforehand, then all you need to do is steam the idlis, let them cool, coat them with til oil and pack them. If you expect to keep the idlis for a whole day, then it is common to also apply some malgapodi on the idlis along with the til oil. See our aticle on idli dosa travel foods

Rajasthani travel food

1. We carry Rajasthani special ker sangri ki sabzi and besan stuffed green chilly with namak mirchi ka parantha.

2. Baked methi matri is a perfect dry snack for travelling. 

3. Roasted Makhana with diff spices and flavors,  atta laddoo, tikki, homemade granola bars, diff kinds of chikki.

Gujarati travel food

1. Different varieties of plain thepla , masala thepla, Gujarati methi thepla along with a dollop of pickle serves as a on the go meal. Also, vegetable fried rice serves as good meal. Apart from these, makhana chivda, homemade cake loaf slices, elo jhelo nimki, etc are good options to carry.

2. Methi thepla without curds which lasts for 15 days. 

3. Sukhi aloo witth thepla. 

Sindhi travel food

1. Sindhi special lola , (basically sweet roti) , Sindhi  koki, salt and pepper roti.

2. Sindhi special different types of koki made with onion or kali mirch koki for travelling  and we even take meetha lola.

Punjabi travel food

1. Methi paratha with instant mango pickle

2. Sandwiches which don't get spoint like cheesy corn and carrot sandwich

3. Makki ki roti with achar. 

Enjoy our Indian Travel Food for Vacations, Indian Travel Food for International travel and other  Indian Travel Food recipe articles below.

18 Indian Travel Food Dhokla Recipes
29 Indian Travel Food Dry Snacks Recipes
18 Indian Travel Food Idli / Dosa / Upma Recipes
21 Indian Travel Food Paratha Recipes
19 Indian Travel Food Rice Recipes
18 Indian Travel Food Sabzi Recipes
Indian Travel Food Sandwiches Recipes
Happy Cooking!


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Kaju Barfi
Recipe# 1526
28 Jan 21

 
 by Tarla Dalal
kaju barfi recipe | homemade kaju barfi | easy kaju ki barfi | cashew barfi | with 21 amazing images. kaju barfi recipe | homemade kaju barfi< ....
Palak Methi Dhokla
Recipe# 33272
12 Jan 21

 
 by Tarla Dalal
palak methi dhokla recipe | Gujarati palak methi dhokla | steamed snack | spinach dhokla | with 23 amazing images. palak methi dhokla is a wholesome snack which i ....
Mini Cheese and Dill Sandwiches
Recipe# 1052
05 Dec 15

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
Oh-so-yummy describes these dainty Mini Cheese and Dill Sandwiches best. The creaminess brought about by soft butter and cheese is beautifully complemented by the fresh aroma and flavour of chopped dill. Indeed, this starter cum snack is a delight to behold and bite into. These mini sandwiches l ....
Hariyali Chola Dal Dhokla
Recipe# 5009
21 Jan 09

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
Cow peas has very distinct characteristics, right from its mealy texture to its pleasantly nutty flavour. You will find these characteristics playing out very favourably in this interesting snack. These dhoklas, made of split cow peas, spinach and fenugreek leaves have a lingering flavour with the m ....
Pesto Dhokla, Basil and Walnut Rava Dhokla
Recipe# 40931
24 Sep 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
Dhokla, the ever-popular Gujarati snack, gets an Italian makeover in this recipe. A quick-fix dhokla batter made with semolina, is perked up traditional Italian pesto paste, which is a blend of basil, walnuts and garlic perk ....
Jeera Biscuit Recipe, Jar Snack
Recipe# 42267
02 Sep 18

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
Even elders who do not usually binge on biscuits are sure to love these Jeera Biscuits, which have a very nice flavour and appetising aroma of roasted cumin seeds. The buttery aroma and crispness of the biscuits make them a hit with kids too, making it an all-round success! Keep some aside for y ....
Lahsuni Bhindi,  Garlic Bhindi Recipe
Recipe# 42468
02 Mar 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
A quick and easy recipe with bhindi that can be made on any day for lunch or dinner , the Lahsuni Bhindi as the name suggests stands out because of the distinct flavour of garlic. Onion, green chillies and common spice powd ....
Palak Jeera Nimki
Recipe# 42541
27 Aug 20

 
 by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
A non-fried version of the famous Bengali snack, you will love to bite into this Palak Jeera Nimki at tea-time! While the traditional version is usually made of refined flour (maida), which is ....
Gunda Nu Shaak
Recipe# 42596
26 May 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
‘Gunda’ is a small, berry-like fruit harvested from cordia shrubs. It is seasonal, and when it becomes available in the summer months, the Gujaratis really go gaga over it! An all-time favourite ingredient, gunda makes very tasty pickles and yummy subzis too. Gunda nu Shaak is a classic
Raw Mango Sabzi, Kacche Aam ki Sabzi, Keri Nu Shaak
Recipe# 42600
18 Mar 21

 
 by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
raw mango sabzi recipe | raw mango curry | kacche aam ki sabzi | raw mango onion sabzi | keri nu shaak | with 32 amazing images. raw mango sab ....
Dhapate, Authentic Maharashtrian Thalipeeth
Recipe# 42684
30 Nov 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
A a sure-shot winner, Dhapate is also known as the Maharashtrian Thalipeeth. It has been made with love and care in Maharashtrian homes since several generations, and is a dish that instantly connects a person with memories of home, childhood, m ....
Nachni Nimki
Recipe# 42721
03 Jul 19

 
 by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
Nimki is an all-time favourite Bengali jar snack, just perfect to have with a cup of steaming hot tea. Here is an equally tasty but healthier version of the traditional snack, made with whole wheat f ....
No Cook Bajra Atta Ladoo, Kuler Ladoo
Recipe# 42854
30 Jun 21

 
 by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
bajra ladoo recipe | kuler ladoo | instant no cook bajra atta ladoo | Indian millet flour laddu | with 21 amazing images. bajra ladoo recipe |
Recipe# 10312
22 Oct 18

 
 by sandhyan
A savory steamed leaf roll recipe , authentic patra with arbi leaves rolled with a gram flour or chana dal atta and spice powders is simply mouthwatering. The arbi or colocasia leaf rolls or pattras with a spiced masala filling is sure to win accolades for you.
Recipe# 16002
28 Sep 18

 
 by deeparah
No reviews
A favorite sweet recipe in tamil households during festivals like diwali is adhirasam. A rice flour based fried adhirasam is soaked in sugar syrup and then enjoyed with cardamom powder sprinkled over the top.
Recipe# 38299
14 May 13

 
 
by supermumarchna
No reviews
It is a unique desert that is a good combination of health and taste try this on your guests i bet they will not forgot it's taste
Recipe# 42679
12 Sep 18

 
 by Jyoti V B
No reviews
This Maharashtrian Masala Flat Bread is easy to make and uses minimal ingredients. It is a homely and easy to make recipe. The spices make this roti even more flavourful than the normal jowar roti. It tastes best when eaten with flax seeds chutney, curd, pickle, etc.
Recipe# 42680
12 Sep 18

 
 
by Jyoti V B
No reviews
This is a wholesome meal which can be savoured at any time of the day and can easily be made! The chutney is extremely delicious and when applied on bread with paneer, makes a wonderful sandwich. This is a easy lunch treat too!
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Indian Travel Food
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