Thursday, August 18, 2011
A Look at the Best of Indian Food
A month of holidays in India is often followed by four in the gym! The delectable food served in this country is indeed addictive and entices many to binge on the likes of Butter Chicken and Rogan Josh without worrying about their waistlines.
India is a highly diversified nation with numerous regions, cultures and traditions adorning the country. Indian cuisine is diversified too and there are dozens and dozens of regional cuisines within the Indian cuisine. And it is this very multiplicity that attracts foodies into buying flight tickets to India.
While North Indian food is known for liberal use of dairy products and moderate usage of spices, South Indian dishes use spices and ingredients generously. Butter Chicken represents North Indian fare on the global level. On the other hand it is Dosa and Idli that remain the incredibly popular South Indian dishes of the world. Tourists to India can sample out the gems of both cuisines in most parts of the country. Cheap street restaurants as well as top hotel eateries serve popular north and south India fare to the holiday makers.
There are a variety of other regional cuisines in India. There is Mughlai Cuisine, which is a remarkable blend of Indian, Middle Eastern and Persian cooking styles. Mughlai Biryani and Navratan Korma are couple of popular Mughlai dishes. Then there is the Goan cuisine, which is a sort of amalgamation of Arabian, Portuguese and native cultures. Goan delicacies are mostly seafood items with Ambot-Tik, Fish Recheado and Bebinca being the most popular.
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