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See What Indians Ordered in 2022 : Food tech companies issue numbers

As the year 2023 approaches, brands are issuing annual reports to capture the mood and interests of Indians across all areas through data and order history. In keeping up with this, Zomato and swiggy released its annual trends report on Wednesday, which provided a fascinating glimpse into people’s dining preferences and also revealed the most ordered food item on the app! 

It’s no surprise that it’s the much-loved biryani. According to Zomato, biryani was the most-ordered food of the year once again, with users ordering 186 biryani every minute in 2022! “This year, too, Biryani proved to be the most demanding food . “We delivered 186 of them per minute,” the company claimed. Biryani was followed by pizza, with 139 servings delivered.

Let’s have a look at other dishes which topped the list. 

  1. ​Gulab Jamun

With a total of 2.1 million orders, gulab jamun was the most ordered dessert on Swiggy followed by rasmalai with 1.27 million orders. By keeping all out sweet cravings it has to be gulab jamun as it is everyone’s favorite and a lip smacking dessert.

  1. Popcorn – As for late night cravings, popcorn came to the rescue as 22 lakh orders of popcorn were placed on the food tech app during the year- a majority of which were post 10pm.
  1. Samosas 

The desi samosa was ordered six times more than chicken wings and bagged the position of some most frequently ordered snacks. Pav bhaji was India’s second favorite snack with 2.1 million orders.

We know that you’re already drooling and are about to order your favourite dish. But before that, tell us in the comments section which food item was most ordered by you in 2022. We all love the drool worthy snacks and savory deliciousness and as consumers we play the highest role in making all the dishes popular and most successful sellers.

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