Which dish is best? What do people in India eat?
India has a number of different dishes.
Some of them are very popular.
One popular is the homemade oven cleaner, which has become popular with the urban poor.
The dish is traditionally made with an iron-scented dish called rakhi and the aroma of spices.
However, since the recent increase in the number of air-conditioned homes, there is also a growing demand for cooking utensils.
These are made of glass, plastic, metal and some metal.
They are sold for around Rs 1,000 each and are widely used for cooking.
The dish is made with the rakhar, which is the aromatic part of the rabi grass.
In Indian cuisine, the rasam is usually cooked on a charcoal grill, while the sambar is usually made with charcoal or wood.
The rakhari is usually served with rice, but other recipes include vegetables like tomatoes and curd.
The sambhar is made without rice.
The popular dish is also used as a substitute for rice.
According to a study conducted by a Delhi-based organization, about 30% of the country’s population eats the homemade rakhijas, and it is served at the roadside as a snack.
The food is served with milk, honey and cream.
The ingredients are not made by the cook, but are bought in bulk from a local food processing plant, said Nivedita Bhanuja, a member of the group.
The cooking method of the homemade dish varies from place to place.
In Mumbai, the traditional rakhaar is made in a pan with some spices, and served with bread and meat.
In Hyderabad, the cooking method is different.
It is traditionally done on a wooden griddle, and the cooking time is around four to five minutes.
This cooking method, Bhanuka said, is the one most popular among the poor.