Be it biryani or paratha, pav bhaji or khichdi - Indian food always has a special place in our hearts. The classic Indian thali is a wholesome and balanced meal that we can't do without. No matter which region of the country we travel to, there are so many unique and interesting dishes that are found. These culinary delights have an abundance of flavours that open up a whole new palate for us. And it turns out that industrialist Harsh Goenka is no different in this matter! He recently took to Twitter to share his love for Indian thalis and we could surely relate. Take a look:
Our traditional regional Indian food served in thalis are my favourites . Some of the recent vegetarian thalis I have eaten - Rajasthani, Bengali, Odiya and Awadhi. pic.twitter.com/nEMu63dRz5— Harsh Goenka (@hvgoenka) October 5, 2022
The tweet was shared by Harsh Goenka on his official handle @hvgoenka. It has received over 1.4k likes and hundreds of comments. "Our traditional regional Indian food served in thalis are my favourites. Some of the recent vegetarian thalis I have eaten - Rajasthani, Bengali, Odiya and Awadhi," wrote the industrialist in his tweet. When a follower pointed out that Harsh Goenka did not try a South Indian thali, he promptly shared a photo of the same in the thread. Take a look:
The pictures of the delicious Indian thalis shared by Harsh Goenka garnered plenty of reactions online. Foodies on Twitter started up a delicious discussion in the thread, sharing pictures of other thalis from different regions of India. "Our food is truly a magical blend of spices, just looking at them triggers the hunger pangs," wrote one user. People recommended that Harsh Goenka should also try other thalis such as Gujarati, Andhra and more.
Take a look at the reactions from Twitter users:
If all this chatter about thalis has left you craving, worry not - we have just what you need. These traditional thali recipes that we have collated can easily be made at home. Click here to know how to make Indian thalis at home.
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