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Indian Food Cultures & It’s History -part 2

The large variety of dishes,appetizers, snacks,side dishes & desserts have found numerous fans on an international scale,as Indian restaurants spread at an incredible rate,with an enormous success in every possible culture & in every possible corner of the world. Combining all tastes possible,the Indian cuisine is bound to satisfy all the spice lovers.

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The history of indian food tells us that during the region of the british empire in India , the local cuisine was considered by the europeans closely to what Gods thought of ‘Ambrosia’ ( meaning – Food Of God’s ):- A delightful , heavenly & delicate dish…

So many times,people ask how the Indian food or cuisine grew to be so popular,diverse & delightful…? Well , quite dim question , truly no…

From the population of one billion people , It’s not hard to belive that some of them or actually some of us are great cooks…

So , next time we are going to take a close look at what Indian food (Appetizers & snacks) have to offer ,

providing a history of indian food and related legendary dishes , alongside..

So , ready your taste buds….

Because , It’s going to be one heavenly juicy ride….!

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To be continued…..


Indian Food Cultures and It’s History part 1

Some people says that the Indian cuisine is almost as different as the entire European cuisine, because of the four different main regional styles of the North Indian cuisine (the regions Banaras, Kashmir, Mughlai, Punjab and Rajasthan), the South Indian cuisine (regions Andhra, Kannada, Kerala and Tamil), East Indian cuisine (regions Assamese and Bengali) and Western Indian cuisine (regions Gujarat, Maharashtrian and Malwani).

The northern part of India is mostly rural, although it contains large cities such as Delphi or Calcutta, thus its cuisine is more agricultural than anything, wheat being a primary constituent of this region’s dishes. Southern regions however tend to be more exotic, more spicy in their dishes and rice is a constant ingredient in their food. To give the taste of their main dishes, North Indians use onions and coriander whilst southerners use a more exotic coconut base for their dishes.

To be Continued ……


Indian Food Cultures And It’s History Part 1

India consists of 29 states and seven union territories. And that isn’t what sets it apart from the other countries of the world. India is a nation that is so vibrant and diverse and every state exhibits a different culture, tradition, it’s way of life, language and cuisine.

So,if you are Indian or a guest from another land,who is spending few days in India,you will notify the dissimilarities in various kind of foods. This is what makes India one of the much loved countries by gourmet foodies in the world . To give you a best insight into the food world of the nation,we are listing of few Indian states and their special dishes or food culture, so that when you are in India next time, you can focus on trying out the best local cuisines! ……..

To be continued…….