These 21 Hottest Foods of India Could Make You Shout OMG!!!

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Many people love to burn their mouth for hot, spicy food and it never stops.For you, Tongue Burners who want to explore more hot food around the world than these are for you the top 20 hottest Indian food.

India is a Paradise for Spicy Hot Food Lovers the variety of Food available in India is enormous.However, today we will only talk about Hot Food.

Remember Hot is Not Equal to Spicy.Some people cannot resist the desire to add spice in their Life.Moreover, also by Spice, we are talking about the peppers, sauces, and seasonings that numb your mouth and then leave you wiping the sweat off your forehead.


scovilleHot Level of the Chilies

Phall Curry

Phall is a British-Indian curry dish. It is Indian Dish which originated in Indian restaurants in Birmingham. In the UK, it is on Top of List. It is a Tomato-Based Thick curry and includes ginger and fennel seeds. Even hotter than the Vindaloo, it is one of the hottest forms of curry available.The Phall uses various ground standard chili peppers and some scorching type of chilies such as Scotch Bonnet or Habanero. The Chef have to use Ten Different kinds of Chilies and preparation requires the use of a Gas Mask to prevent choking.The restaurant needs that person to agree to a verbal disclaimer not to hold the restaurant responsible upon accepting the challenge. One Guy even had a Nose Bleed.



The Chef have to use Ten Different kinds of Chilies and preparation requires the use of a gas mask to prevent choking. The restaurant needs that person to agree to a verbal disclaimer not to hold the restaurant responsible upon accepting the challenge. One Guy even had a Nose Bleed.


The Dishes I am naming right now are from India.So these are the 21 Hottest Foods of India:

1. Pork Vindaloo

Vindaloo is an Indian curry dish famous in the region of Goa, the surrounding Konkan, and many other parts of India.The Name “Vindaloo” originated from the Portuguese word “Carne de vinha d’alhos”, which means ‘Meat in Garlic Wine Marinade.’

2. Andhra Chilli Chicken

Andhra Chilli Chicken a blazing hot chicken starter that is a favorite dish in Bangalore. Yes, it has nothing to do with Andhra cooking – only a name given by restaurateurs and road sellers in Bangalore to signify that the chicken is searing hot.The capability of the “Green Chilly” is ultimately answered in this recipe.

3. Coorg Pandi Curry  (Coorg Pork Curry)

The flavorful Kodava Pandi Curry (Pork Curry) is a delicacy and is cooked on all special occasions. Pandi Curry is served with Akki Roti (Pathiri) that we make by mashing leftover cooked rice, mixed with rice flour, roasting the roti on flame without oil. The rotis made thus are soft, have a nice flavor and smoky taste. Apart from Akki Roti, it also is eaten with Kadambuttu( Rice Dumplings).

4. Laal Maas

Laal Maas is a meat dish from Rajasthan, India. It is a mutton curry prepared in a sauce of curd and hot spices such as red chilies. This dish is very hot, spicy, rich in garlic, and the gravy is thick.It is had with chapatis made from wheat (usually consumed in summers) or Bajra (a millet is grown in Rajasthan and consumed in the winter months).

5.Chicken Chettinad

Chicken Chettinad or Chettinad Chicken is an Old Indian recipe, through the region of Chettinad that is a spot for the Sivaganga district of southern Tamil Nadu state, India.The chicken will be marinated with yogurt, turmeric powder and ground paste.It is served hot and garnished with coriander leaves, associated with boiled rice or paratha.

6. Chilli Beef

Beef pieces are sauteed with onions with rich and aromatic flavor by the coconut slices is cooked in freshly ground spices. It is a traditional Kerala Street Food sold by food hawkers called Thattukada in Malayalam.

7. Kashmiri Rista

Rista is a mouth-watering, traditional Kashmiri dish of Kashmiri wazwan. It is prepared in red chilly powder and other spices in a very special manner. Rista is made with mutton meatballs simmered in a spicy red gravy.

8. Kerala Kozhi Curry

Kerala Kozhi Curry

Nadan Chicken Curry is a Kerala style chicken curry and is a classic recipe down South in Kerala region.Nadan chicken curry is among the best chicken curries from Kerala. It hot, little spicy, sauteed in coconut oil and finally a little seasoning with curry leaves and whole red chilies makes this one truly traditional and extraordinary.

9. Kolhapuri Chicken

Kohlapuri Chicken is an extremely Hot, spicy, exotic dish from the city of  Kolhapur,  Maharashtra, India.  This famous chicken curry is the best among dozens of who love the warmth of red chilies added to a blend of rich, spicy aroma it is best served with steaming hot rice, roti or naan.


10. Piro Aloo


A Famous Nepali potato dish called Piro Aloo that is a Hot and  Beautifully spiced with chili powder, cumin, garlic, turmeric and green chilies.It goes Beautifully with Puri  (Deep Fried Round Puffed Breads)

11. Madras Curry

The Name ‘Madras Curry’ originated from the city in South India known as Madras when Britishers arrived there in 1640 (now is known as Chennai).Though, the name ‘Madras Curry’ is not accepted in India but was made by restaurants in Britain.


12. Misal Pav

Misal Pav is a well-known dish from Maharashtra, India. It comprises Misal (a spicy curry usually made of sprouted moth beans) and pav (a form of Indian bread roll). It is mostly served as a breakfast dish, or as a snack and also as a complete meal. Misal from Maharashtra, West India is known for its high spice content, and it is known as “Misal Pav.”

13. Chicken Ghee Roast

The Distance from Kundapur to Mangalore is about 91 km.  But if you are in Mangalore, it makes sense to avoid whatever you are doing and drive right down to Kundapur because Kundapur is believed to end up being the place where the iconic Chicken Ghee Roast was invented. This fiery red, tangy and spicy preparation has an unmistakable flavor of clarified butter or ghee when the meat in addition to spices are roasted in. This is not a dish for the faint-hearted.

14. Andhra Dry Mutton

Andhra dish is renowned for being Hot and Spicy Food. Andhra Dry Mutton is a tremendously hot, delicious and spicy lamb dish. It is a must try for tongue burners.  Traditionally, it is cooked with gravy, but it is also made dry, plus the meat is broken along side bones because of the bones, in turn, add juice and flavor towards the dish.

15. Shutki Machi

Shutki  Machi is a necessity try for all everyone who loves spicy food. Shutki Machi is not only famous in Bengal but also in Bangladesh, Karnataka, and Mumbai.Since India has a large Coastal Area, fishing is a Major Business in India.

16. Chicken 65

Chicken 65 is a fiercely hot, spicy, deep-fried chicken dish originating from Chennai, India, as an entrée, or quick snack. Red chilies can cause the flavor associated with the dish, but the exact group of ingredients for the recipe can vary.

17. Kolhapuri Tambda Rassa

Kolhapuri Tambda Rassa is Authentic Kolhapur’s, Mutton Gravy Curry. It is Super-Duper Hot and spicy curry that is prepared mostly in Maharashtra. As it is gravy recipe, there is another recipe that goes along with tambda rassa that is Sukka Mutton curry which is dry.

18. Kashmiri Chicken

Kashmiri Chicken or Kashmiri Murgh Masala is hot, spicy, creamy, rich and delicious chicken curry arises from the beautiful mountainous state of Kashmir.  It is a must try for everyone and you will not be disappointed, and also this chicken curry fits awesome with Simple pulao to Spicy pulao, biryani, poori, paratha and even plain rice too.

19. Saoji Chicken Curry

Saoji Chicken Curry is the classic dish of Nagpur, Maharashtra it has a cult following in Maharastra. The cuisine is known as Saoji Waradi and is famous for its spicy taste. Saoji Masala or recipes (mostly non-vegetarian) made making use of this masala as a base are extremely popular in Central India and much more around Nagpur.Often heard people talking about relishing Saoji Chicken / Mutton at wedding parties and wondered what it was. The name originates from a warrior community who enjoyed this spicy flavor to their food.

20 . Pork/Chicken Raja Mircha



Diced fatty pork chunks in a thick stew infused with herbs and Nagaland’s hottest chili — the Raja Mircha also known as Bhut Jolokia also known as Ghost Pepper or Ghost Chili is more than 1 million Scoville heat units (SHUs). In 2007, Guinness World Records certified that the Ghost Pepper was the world’s hottest chili pepper, 400 times hotter than Tabasco sauce.This right here is a lot like dropping a lit matchstick into your stomach.

21 . Kori Roti

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Kori Rotti is a classic spicy Coastal Karnataka dish, a combination of Red chili based chicken curry and crisp dry wafers made from boiled rice. Kori Rotti is a local dish for the Tuluvas (Tulu-speaking people) and is also served at weddings, parties and special occasions. Practically all restaurants in the region of Udupi and Mangalore serve this food.


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