We'd asked you, dear readers what your favourite cuisine is.
Yuvraj Kapoor from Delhi shares his story.
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'Delhi is also the food capital of India,' says Yuvraj Kapoor.
'It has a variety of food available, right from breakfast to dinner.
'But nothing beats the typical Chole Bhature for breakfast and the all-time Punjabi favourite Rajma Chawal is too good to refuse!
'Chole Bhature with onion salad, pickle and mint chutney is the best combination,' he adds.
'Rajma Chawal with pickle, papad and some curd makes up for the best possible lunch or even dinner.'
Dear readers, which is India's best cuisine?
Tell us why you like it so much. Is it the flavour, spices or your memories attached to the cuisine?
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