Spicy Indian Food
Spices and more spices and a fragrance that will lift your spirit up: this is the essence of Indian food. The diversity of Indian culture shows in the cuisine and every Indian state has its own top dishes. Indian recipes comprise of delectable vegetarian dishes as well as traditional non vegetarian dishes with accompaniments like pickles, pappads, chutneys and dessert.
Indian food has a strong influence from different cultural groups and even conquerors from far off kingdoms and over the years different cuisines have come together to represent the Indian traditional cuisine. Mughal emperors brought with them the magical preparation of Biryani while Afghans, Persians and Arabs introduced non-vegetarian fare dipped in rich aromatic gravy and laced with almonds and cashew nuts. That’s some calories but the taste is out of the world!
The biryani has become a popular Indian food over the years and this purely non-vegetarian recipe was mastered by the Nizams of Hyderabad and has been passed down to the next generations. Finger-licious is an understatement for the hot and spicy biryani, which can be had with chicken, mutton (goat), lamb and beef.
Although Indian food can be segregated according to regions like North, South, East, West but the vastness of Indian recipes will still be overwhelming. From Idli, sambar and dosa in the south to Makki ki Roti and Sarso ka Saag in the North and from shorshe illish (mustard-hilsa illisha) in the east to the sweet kadhi of the West, Indian food is a food connoisseurs dream come true!
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