It is quite surprising that a country with highest majority of Hindu population – who are known to be vegetarians – love Butter Chicken more than anything. It might not have been originated in Punjabi, and therefore not Punjabi by that sense, but it was invented by a Punjabi family and is most popular in Punjab province of India. Lightly spiced, laced with desi ghee or a more processed oil, Butter Chicken is loved by young and adults alike. It is served with naan or roti, often paired with yogurt based sauce known as raita. As the name suggests this dish has a heavy dose of butter but it also requires other ingredients like onion, garlic, ginger, tomato paste, fenugreek, black pepper, and heavy cream. The final dish is sprinkled with garam masala before serving.