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I think laas Maas as mentioned above is quite spicy along with phaal curry, chicken kolhapuri, . Also, it depends from place to place, the spiciness of food. so if you travel to Rajasthan, almost every dish you try will be on spicier side.
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Hahahah in that case chole bhature in rajasthan, rajma chawal in Delhi, veg kolhapuri in Indore. these are the only ones that come to mind. ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜
Am vegetarian ๐Ÿ˜€
There are lot of spicy dishes in India, added to real hot spices, which makes our tongue burn and savour taste too. Pork vindaloo is a Goan dish added to Kashmiri chillies Chettinad chicken is too spicy added to pepper Andhra chilli chicken added to chillies Kolhapuri chicken is added to marinated chillies Spicy aloo sabji Punjab is full of chilli powder Mirchi ka Koota rajasthan is added to chillies with a dash of milk Misal is a Marathi dish made out of black pepper powder
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The spiciest food of India (south) is Hyderabadi Biryani(chicken/Mutton) and you'll get it in Hyderabad (only) when I mention south especially, you get to see different flavors of spiciness. The biryani preparation itself is mouth watering! ๐Ÿคค
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