What are some Indian dishes that are usually safe for people who can't handle the heat/spiciness?
So I wish to try some Indian dishes from the local establishments here in the area. My problem is that I can't really handle Spicy foods all too well. I can barely handle most of the Indian snack foods (marked spicy), that I've tried.
Was wondering if there are any such dishes that are mild or usually not spicy that I could ask/look for? That are commonly found at Indian restaurants. Meat and/or veggie dishes are fine.
All varieties of Korma are generally very mild with an almost creamy texture. Even a tikka-masala is only moderately spiced. Butter dishes are usually mild too.
You can always add some plain natural yoghurt or get a side order of raita and/or mango chutney to cool things down and accompany any Indian dish very nicely.
Peshwari Naan-bread is very sweet too with it's flavours of coconut and thinly sliced almonds and is a great addition to any main dish.
In the United States, butter chicken is a common dish on menus in Indian restaurants. It is very mild, rich and creamy and isn't usually spicy. I definitely recommend ordering it with a side of naan bread and a cooling mango lassi drink!
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