Vocal for Local : FLAVOURS OF INDIA


As many rulers from around the world came and ruled India, Indian cuisine today does the same to the world’s Menu. Just as every Indian has his/her background which consists of mixtures and concoctions of numerous Tastes, Indian food has similar origins. Pointing a finger at one particular type of cuisine is as difficult as pointing a finger and trying to identify one singular race as Indian. The flavors of India are especially loved by the world because of the rich history, the varied mixture, and the warm hospitality on the plate it is served in. Thus Indian is ‘Food for thought’, for body, mind, and soul.


NORTH INDIA


Imagine a picture of rich aromatic gravies, spicy vegetable stir-fries, moist and tender slow-cooked meat, and sinful desserts. The availability of a plethora of vegetables, fruits, grains, and spices makes the cuisine vibrant and colorful.

Warning: They will make you crave for them.

North Indian food is rich in taste, nutrients, and flavors, where several preparations are made in pure desi ghee or doused in fresh cream. Some of the dishes take long hours to prepare as they involve meticulous steps, but once you take a bite, you know you are in for a gastronomic joyride.

And that's why we've listed our most cooked North Indian recipes -

•Amritsari Chole Bhature

•Kashmiri Rogan Josh

•Rajasthani Dal Baati Churma+ Laal Maas

•Dahi Bhalla

•Nihari Ghosht

•Makki Di Roti Te Sarson Da Saag

•Butter Chicken

•Malai Ki Kheer


EAST INDIA



The East Indian region comprises of- West Bengal, Sikkim, Orissa, Bihar, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Manipur, Nagaland, Mizoram, Tripura, and Assam. This region is full of beautiful beaches as well as the mountains. Cherrapunji, the city that records the highest rainfall, keeps the climate very pleasant in East India. Due to the climate, the Eastern region of India grows a lot of rice and is home to green vegetables and fruits, thus giving us many exceptional recipes to try.

Let us walk you through the most popular East Indian foods that you can prepare at home too!

•Litti Chokha

•Machcher Jhol

•Rasgulla

•Dalma

•Assamese Fish Curry

•Momos

•Thupka

•Thekua


SOUTH INDIA



South Indian food is known for its flow, smell, and the irresistible taste that can be found all across the world. Be it the perfect combination of crispiness and nutty aroma in dosa or the Hyderabad biryani served directly from the clay pot – any dish you try here is a joy to eat. Dishes from the South are delicious to eat and also nourishing and digestible. Rice is the staple food of South India, where lentils, coconuts, and spices are often used in abundance to bring out the brilliant blend of flavor, seasoning, nutrition, taste, and appearance in the prepared dish. Here are some of the South Indian Delicacies you must try to pamper your taste bud!

•Vada

•Masala Dosa

•Appam With Tanga Pal/Kurma

•Puttu

•Rasam Rice

•Pazham Pori

•Paniyaram

•Pesarapappu

Payasam


WEST INDIA



The states of Rajasthan, Gujarat, Maharashtra, and Goa make for the majority of western states of India. Diversity is one thing that enriches this region - from culture and climate to food, you'll find a variety as you move from Rajasthan's Aravalli to the western coastline of Goa. Keeping up with India's cooking techniques and traditions, west Indian foods also boast of eclectic spices and a diverse range of dishes since the cuisine flows from varied regions, cultures, and tastes.

Now, that we know the basics of West Indian foods and cuisine, let's get you on a gastronomically rich journey of the most popular and delectable recipes from western India that you can prepare at home too!

•Vada Pav

•Zunka Bhakri

•Dall Bati

•Bombay Duck

•Goan Fish Curry

•Bebinca

•Methi Ka Thepla

•Shrikhand

•Dhokla

•Ghewar

• Poha


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