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11 Dec 2013

Today, I thought of spending some time on Quora to see what people have been talking of these days. I stumbled across a question – “Why leftovers taste better than freshly cooked food?” Of cour...

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11 Dec 2013

200 years ago, Muslim settlers in India brought the most cherished and royal cooking technique to the country – Dum Cooking Technique. A culinary style that allows the meat to get cooked in its...

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11 Dec 2013

Have you ever wondered what the origin behind your favourite Indian Food is? Of course, you’re too mesmerized to think of anything while you p...

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11 Dec 2013

Do you think you know a lot about Indian Cuisine? Indian Cuisine has such a great variety, probably due to the large geographical expanse, that it is impossible to know everything about the ric...

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11 Dec 2013

How amazing it is to sit in a cozy warm corner of your house with a cup of coffee and read a book! But then reality hits in. You need to step out and bear the chilly cold weather all by yoursel...

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11 Dec 2013

One of the reasons for why Indian Food is so nutritious and healthy is because it involves use of ingredients lik...

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2015 has begun with a ton of New Year’s Resolutions but I know what a foodie’s list would have. A foodie would obviously want to try new dishes and experience th...

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11 Dec 2013

The variety of food in Indian Cuisine is huge and popular. We all love Indian Food – no matter where we belong to...

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11 Dec 2013

 

Safforn - the king of spices is one of the most popular spices in India. Not only it...

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11 Dec 2013

Few days back, I came across this amazing community of people who are so crazy about Indian Food. And guess what! Majority of them haven’t even visited India. They...

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11 Dec 2013

8 Reasons Why Indians like spicy food?

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06 Jan 2014

A very large percentage of the population of India is vegetarian. The vegetarians get their dietary protein basically from the huge variety of pulses known as dal, that are grown in our country. Some of the popul...

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06 Jan 2014

All of Asia and the Far East are rice eaters. Rice is the primary source of dietary energy and is consumed at most meals in some form or other. The Indian sub continent has myriad different varieties of rice and...

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06 Jan 2014

The word cereal is normally associated with breakfast in the West, be it porridge made with oats or cornflakes, muesli or something similar had with milk. In India cereal forms the base of any meal and the grain...

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06 Jan 2014

THE MAGIC OF INDIAN FOOD

Indian food conjures up images of color, spices and explosion of flavors. The general opinion in the Western part of our planet is that food from India is hot and...

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30 Dec 2013

              शतायुर्वज्रदेहाय सर्वसंपत्कराय च / सर्वानिष्टविनाशाय निम्बकन्दलभक्षणम्

‘To enjoy a diamond-hard constitution for a hundred years and all kinds of wealth and to annihilate that which is undesi...

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Influenced with the rich geography, history, demographics and culture, the Kerela Cuisine presents a multitude of vegetarian and non- vegetarian dishes. Kerela presents some of the most unique dishes in India....

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How about experiencing a culinary art that has achieved perfection in wide range of cooking styles and flavors? From extremely hot & spicy to mild & sweet flavored dishes, from sea food to local herbs, le...

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Hyderabadi Cuisine, also known as the Deccani Cuisine of India, presents a super fine amalgamation of Arabic, Mughlai and Turkish cuisines along with a strong influence from the native Hyderabadi Cuisines like Te...

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Do you want to taste utterly tasty and finger licking dishes? Does your definition of ‘perfect food’ include simple everyday food dishes along with rich and elaborate royal banquets? If you really want to experie...

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A perfect assemblage of Portuguese, Arabian & native Indian cultures, Goan Cuisine is capable enough to satisfy the gluttony of any gourmet. The cuisine reflects the unique combination of the East and West wh...

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Why do you think Bengal is so famous for its cuisine? What is so special about the Bengali Cuisine? Why everyone gets crazy when it comes to tasting the sweets from Bengal? Why has it become the favorite of so ma...

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Influenced by the availability of the ingredients in the arid region and the hawkish lifestyles of the inhabitants, Rajasthani Cuisine is a magnificent array of delicious dishes marked by their unique Rajasthani...

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Jo sukh Chajju De Chubaare, Oh na Balakh na Bukhaare..

Punjab, often known as the Land of Five Rivers is a home to versatile range of dishes. Being a Punjabi myself, I am very mu...

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Once upon a time there lived a king named Timur. The king used to hear too many stories about the Paradise on Earth and one day, he set out to look for the ‘paradise’ – Kashmir. It was in fifteenth century when T...

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Being influenced from Jains and Hindus, Gujarati Cuisine is primarily a vegetarian one even when the Gujarat has abundant supply of fish and seafood. All the Gujarati dishes are a unique combination of salty, spi...

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India is a paradise for food lovers. Each Indian dish, with wide varieties of spices and cooking techniques, would make you drool for them and you would find it very difficult to stop yourself from licking your f...

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Mughlai Cuisine can play an important role in promoting India as a country with affluent culinary history making it a food tourism destination. Therefore, it is necessary to know the impact of events on how Mughl...

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Mughlai Cuisine is known as the royal style cooking used in the imperial kitchens of Mughal Emperors. From the historical perspective, it was an invention to provide healthy food to royal warriors. Since every si...

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Sindh is now a major province of Pakistan but it was once part of the Indian mosaic. According to most historians the inhabitants of Sindh have their roots in the world famous civilization of Harappa. Basically t...

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Spices are known as one of the most remarkable ingredients of the Indian cuisine. Without the spices, the exotic flavors of the Indian food don’t come out. The spices and the herbs are also a prominent reason why...