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The most expensive foods served in India

The most expensive foods served in India

Food lovers are ready to spend a lot of money on a recipe they love. If it is delicious, they do not care for its price. They try to eat it how much expensive it is.

In this context, here is a list of a few food items served across the country that are the most expensive recipes.

The gold-plated dosa served at Rajbhog, Bengaluru, costs ₹2,200. It weighs around 300 grams and is served on a silver plate. The dosa is made with plain dosa batter and adorned with 24-carat gold dust. Also, an adequate amount of ghee and sugar is used to fill.

Butter chicken is a favourite dish of many Delhiites and other North Indians. However, many Hyderabadis also like it. It is served with garlic naan. The butter chicken served at Anarkali Hyderabad costs ₹6,000. Some of the ingredients used for this recipe are Fillipo Berrio olive oil, Lurpak unsalted butter, and Evian natural spring water. It is topped with olives, the dust of edible gold and silver.

Many people, especially, North Indians like to eat paneer curries with Rotis. Wasabi paneer with mint chutney served at the Taj Hotel costs ₹10,000. The paneer cubes are grilled. They are served with wasabi sauce and mint chutney along with a small bowl of sesame seeds.

Pizza at the Qube at the Leela Palace is priced at ₹10,000. Truffle oil is used in the pizza. The ingredients used to top the pizza are lobster, caviar, Grey Goose Vodka chaser, and thyme-scented mascarpone.

Mango soufflé served at the Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai costs ₹12,000. It is one of the most expensive desserts in India. The main ingredients are mango pulp and saffron. It is served on an order basis.

Dal Baati Churma served at the ITC Martha, Mumbai is priced at ₹24,000. The main ingredients used in the dish are Basmati rice, black lentils, and spices. An adequate amount of ghee and sugar is used in the recipe.

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