A quick glance at the food you’ll be eating in New York City will tell you that the food here is not exactly Indian-inspired, but it’s a whole lot more Indian than that.

Here are 10 of our favorite Indian dishes that will leave you feeling inspired.1.

Mungo Masala1.5.

Indian Mungoes at The Market.

(Courtesy of the New York Post)Mungo masala is one of the most popular Indian dishes.

This Indian dish, made from roasted or mashed potatoes and onions, is the dish you’ll have on your table, especially when you’re traveling or living in New England.

The name of this dish comes from the name of a river in India.

Mughals called this river Ganga, which is the river in which the word munga comes from.

The most famous Indian dish is mungo (mungo), which is a traditional Indian Indian curry made with potatoes and potatoes, onions, garlic, ginger, chili powder, garam masala, chillies, ginger root, turmeric, cumin seeds, chili peppers, and other spices.

It’s served in Indian homes and restaurants, but most people prefer it at home.

Here’s how to make it.2.

Indian Desserts at The Indian Market.

2.5 Indian Dresses at the Indian Market in New Delhi.

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Indian Spiced Muffins at The Bistro in Manhattan.

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Indian Curry at The Italian Restaurant at 42nd Street and Fifth Avenue in New Orleans.

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Mango Salad at The Caterers Restaurant in Los Angeles.

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Indian Dessert at the Keg at Keg House on South Beach.

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Indian Curry at the Café in New Jersey.8.

Indian-style Szechuan Curry at Zadie’s on East River Avenue in Brooklyn.9.

Mooji at Cafe Sushi in Brooklyn and Queens.10.

Indian Vegetable Curry at Indian Kitchen in Manhattan and Staten Island.