About Indian Food

Indian Cusine is a diverse and extraordinary one, reflecting a complex layering of cultures through history and based on religious beliefs, geography, climate and availability of ingredients. Different regions in India offer their own specialties with their very own taste, subtlety and aroma. For example, The North is known for its tandoori dishes, the South for very hot food, the West for seafood and using coconut. The exotic tastes, hues and textures of Indian food have ensured a steady growth in popularity in the West. The combination of fresh ingredients and cooking techniques are both a gastronomic delight and fulfill today’s requirements for healthy eating. Here yoo will find all about Indian Cooking, delicious Indian Food Recipes with Photos that you can easily make at home.

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Curries and gravies are an integral part of Indian meals and accompany cooked rice or Indian breads. The gravies in the curries are the ones that provide an amazing flavor to the dishes and make them more rich and enjoyable.

Vegetarian food is becoming more popular thanks to wider availability of products and meat substitutes. There are so many options out there!

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Fragrant Indian Style Rice Dishes are flavored with Indian spices, onion, garlic or ginger. They are simple to make, and the perfect accompaniment to any dish or just amazing dish itself.

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Find out which Spices you need to create an authentic Indian meal.

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Indian cuisine is not only tasty but also very healthy. India's vast reservoir of spices made from its abundance of tropical herbs and plants contains medicinal and preservative properties. Herbs and spices have traditionally been used to treat diseases for thousands of years. Spices add flavor and nutrients to dishes without fat or calories. Vegetables, plant-based proteins, whole grains, milk and spices contain essential micro-nutrients and vitamins that produce antioxidants which are good for heart, blood pressure and diabetes.

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