10 Most Searched Recipes of 2023 in India: Here’s What The Nation Wanted To Eat Through The Year!

The year 2023, has been a fun one. With Spotify wrapped being on everyone’s story, we’re here with a recipe wrapper for the year 2023. If there’s anything Indians love more than celebrations, its food! With that in mind, we have combined the list of 10 most searched recipes of 2023 as per India’s search.

10 Most Searched Recipes of 2023 in India:

1. Mango Pickle

The iconic idian condiment is the perfect mixture of sweet, sour and tangy. It’s made with mangoes, mustard oil, and other spices.

2. Sex on the Beach

It’s a fruity cocktail, it looks like a tropical beach sunset. The drink is made of vodka, peach schnapps, cranberry, and orange juice.

3. Panchamrit Recipe

It’s a religious offering recipe that is made during pujas. The dish is made using, milk, honey, yoghurt, ghee, and sugar.

4. Hakusai

It’s a traditional Japanese dish. Very easy to make using simple ingredients like, napa cabbage, soy sauce, sake, and spices. It’s usually eaten as a side dish.

5. Dhaniya Panjiri

A north Indian sweet dish made, tastes salty and sweet. The base is made of coriander , sugar and ghee. Creating a crumbly concoction of perfect treat.

6. Karanji

A traditional crispy Maharashtrian sweet dish. It is coated with a flaky pastry layer with the filling of coconut, nuts, bonded with jaggery.

7. Thiruvathirai Kali

A south Indian delicacy treat can never be not enjoyed! Its a pudding made of rice, jaggery, black peas and ghee. Its perfect after a meal.

8. Ugadi Pachadi

A festive south Indian treat which has an array of flavour. Its sweet, sour, spice, tangy and what not! Its served during special occasions to cleanse the palette.

9. Kolukattai

Another south Indian desert dish. Its a filling of coconut and jaggery with a soft outer layer of rice four. Its sweet, soft and absolutely delicious.

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10. Rava Ladoo

A very common Indian delicacy. The recipe for this sweet is very easy and its undoubtedly lip-smakcking. Semolina, ghee, sugar, cardamom is all that’s used to create this delicious desert.

Shreshtha Banerjee

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