I’ve grown to love Indian food, since my brother married into an Indian family. I hope you’re not on a low-fat diet! Mango lassi is delicious. Helps cut the heat of the spicy food. Kind of like a mango milkshake, but made with yogurt. Most of the food is made with chickpeas, lentils, potatoes, peas, etc., if it’s vegetarian. Anything with paneer is good. Naan is wonderful. I buy the Trader Joe’s frozen naan, and use it for pizza crust. For dessert, Indians usually have some sort of paneer floating in a milky, sweet liquid with slivered pistachios or almonds. Usually flavored with rose water. Another classic is gulab jamon...paneer balls that are fried and soaked in syrup. They usually have some pretty interesting flavors of ice cream too. Sometimes, they make some no-bake sweets out of milk powder, ghee(clarified butter), sugar, ground nuts, coconut and sweet spices. These usually are cut into shapes or have various bright colors.