There is a great divide in India, a separation between the north and south that we’re imploring all to take a side on – the cuisine! In the north, you have a higher use of dairy products like milk, paneer, ghee, and yogurt. South India locals enjoy a cuisine of rice for dosas, vadas, and uttapams, coupled with fresh coconut water. Back in North India, roti and paratha flat breads are cooked on a tawa while puri and bhatoora get the deep fried treatment. Taking a whirlwind tour of India’s northern and southern regions, you’ll chow down on samosa, mirchi bada, chaat, kachori, idli, upma, onion uthappam, and fish coconut curry.