Indian Food

Parent Category: International Cuisine
From a country more than 5,000 years old and a cuisine as diverse as it’s people. From Masalas and Vindaloo to Naan and Jalebis. Explore the foods of India and ask your questions in here.


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In one cup: 348 calories. 1 cup = 12 oz or 340 g.
Generally, the food insecurity in india is not because of generalsystematic failure and it is mainly due to the shortage of supply.Mostly, in certain sectors, suffers a shortage of foods in generalclimate of increasing production.
Indian food varies depending on the region. South Indian and NorthIndian. Based on the Veg and Non Veg varieties, food may be furtherclassified into Indian Spicy food and Village diet foods are alsoavailable. We should visit to villages of both South and NorthIndia to get a real taste of India. You...
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That depends upon your own tastes. A lot of people like to eatidli. A lot of people like to eat pizza. Some people might likeboth. I am not very familiar with food from India, but idli appearsis more of a bread made from rice and beans and is eaten with ameal. Pizza is a bread dough topped with...
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dhal (lentils) . sabji (vegetables in Indian base) . roti (chapati) . chicken . lamb . paratha (seasoned chapati) . chunne (chick peas) . thorka (Indian base put in all foods)
Rice is the major food crop in India.
whaterver you can get from the dairy......
mainly Chinese food,sometimes go out eating would choose Western food or others.P.S.China have eight major cuisines.different places have different tastes.
Another name for the red rice puttu arisi kaar that is used inKerela is rice porridge. The red rice is also called kaikuthalarisi.
Delivering goat's milk and Spices
The samosa is a deep fried (or baked for a healthier homemade version) small triangular filo pastry parcel filled with spicy vegetables, or spicy meat, or both spicy meat and vegetables. It is eaten as a snack or an appetizer. See Related Questions (further down this page) for more information and...
buffalo meat and human
It means to growl or hiss at an enemy!! haha
Check the link below for a great vegetarian samosa recipe from The Higher Taste , a Hare Krishna cookbook. They are world famous for their food!
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1/4 teaspoon onion powder plus 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder to equal 1/4 teaspoon asafetida powder. Caution the equivalency is NOT exact since true asafetida tends more to the onion flavour rather then the garlic flavour. Perhaps best to use heaping teaspoon gor onion powder and levelled off teaspoon..., not soulseek
in India you can't get packed mineral water
there are no such stuff existing
Yes, Patak's Sweet Mango Chutney for $3.98 at Walmart OR Find an Indian or Bengalis Store which should provide a wider range of chutneys to choose from.
Indian cuisine is diverse. So there are many dishes that are favourites. Some examples are rotis, chappatis, paneer dishes, dum aloo....and south Indian dishes like idli, sambhar, dosa etc. There simply too many to list.
yes it is it has a curry taste on the chicken
the largest food and beverage food in India is, well you know there are many states in India and each have different food. In Kerala it is kappa and meen curry.thats what i know.
Tandoori Chicken is not really a festive food- it is very popular in North India and very widely available. It is consumed regularly.
yes. yes and no....the red ones tend to be spicer than the green WAY spicer!
Historically, India has a very large agricultural base depending on the location and weather Grains: - Rice in the southern and eastern states - wheat in the northern states - Jewar and bajra in the western Tea in the eastern states (heavy rain and rugged terrain)
They ate squash,beans,fish and other stuff.
Daal Curry or also Daal Makhani (Butter Daal)
Curry is eaten with either rice or chapati which forms staple diet of India. Any vegetable cooked in the Indian style qualifies for curry and hence is the most popular food in India.
I say narn bread but some people say naan bread :/
It's delicious and many people love it.
Jute & Cotton, Coconut & Arecanut, Sugarcane, Tea, Coffee, Tobacco, Spices and Fruits & Potato.
no because they are all stupid nothing good is there!! lol just kidding of course well if ur with a good person not a teroroist...
garam masala origin is India
Korma is the obvious choice but other options are a Pasanda, which is creamy like a khorma but cooked with different spices and nuts or a Bhuna which is a red brown curry, very aomatic and flavourful, but not spicy hot. (:
Palak Paneer, Chicken Tikka Masala, Malai Kofta
I think Naan Avanilla is a Tamil movie that was created. That is all I know. Bye! :)
The most common north Indian bread is the Roti - it is economical and is also very widely available. The other types of bread are - Paratha, Kulcha, Naan.
the food cost is at normal rate in India
Indian food is different from rest of the world not only in taste but also in cooking methods. It reflects a perfect blend of various cultures and ages . Just like Indian culture, food in India has also been influenced by various civilizations, which have contributed their share in its overall...
its around 250 kcalories if its not so oily and medium sized . Oiliness can increase it upto 320
Many large rivers like ganga ,brahmaputra make these lands fertileand help for farming .so many people live in these plains.
Curry is eaten by many people around the world. It is particularly popular in places such as Thailand, Burma, and India.
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Sometimes spicy and they taste the way Indians like it
India is a diverse country with many cultures and traditions and the food habits are also quite different from region to region. The southern part of India (owing to the climate, soil conditions, etc.) is rich in paddy/coconuts and rice and coconuts form a predominant part of the meal. The food...
perugu, majjiga, tene, pappu, ullipaya, beerkaya
Shri Kundan Lal Gujral, also founder of Moti Mahal Deluxe restaurants
Shri Kundan Lal Gujral, Founder Of Moti Mahal Delux Restaurants in India.
Shri Kundan Lal Gujral, Founder Of Moti Mahal Delux Restaurants in India.
Biryani tastes like rice with some spices in it. It tastes reallygood. Many people like to eat it. Its quite famous in india. Youshould try it too.
Rotis are flat breads made by wheat flour. They are eaten with dals, curries (vegetarian and non-vegetarian), chutneys in India.
Lassie is Yogurt shake mostly used in North India and Pakistan. It is made of Yogurt, it can be Plain Lassie *just Yogurt shake* Namkeen Lassie has salt in it ans Sweet Lassie has sugar in it. Some people just mix the Yogurt and drink it like Lassie, in Iran it is called Dogh and in Arab it is...
Oil plays a huge role in indian pickles as they help as a greatpreservent of your food. With the use of the oil, the pickle can beeven kept for a year or so without worrying it would get rot.
Three reasons, in an order of increasing relevance - 1. The kind of food they eat: A standard Indian fare requires a lot of blending and mixing while eating. 2.Hygiene: Hands ought to be washed if you're to use them for eating. Thoroughly washed hands are likely to be more hygienic than improperly...
simply naan is maked by wheatflour to add some water and do absorb and mixing by hand to make good for making a naan
when people started to go to India and try these foods, when the English took ideas from the Indians, when Indian food was imported in England and when Indians used English inredients and recipes to make it Indian.
What types of food do Sikhs usually eat? A typical Punjabi breakfast consists of layered paranthas (flaky, griddle breads, stuffed with spiced, mashed potatoes or grated, spiced radish eaten with dahi(creamy yoghurt) and tarty mango pickle for pep and pungency. This is washed down with a glass...
in India there are many kinds of foo habits
There is Chicken Tikka and Samosa- which is a stuffed pastry.
It depends where you buy it from. If you went to a street vendor in India, it would be super dooper spicy but many restaurants in Australia, America and England let the buyer choose the spiciness.
They eat: Deer,Wood rats,Antelope,Bobcats,Mice,Mountain lion,Rabbit Hope it helped! :)
They eat fish and chips, Salads, Baguettes, Ham, onions, Tomatoes, probably the same foods as everyone else.
India is a very big country and the menu differs in various parts. In the stage of Maharashtra, people eat chapati (roti) vegetables, curry and rice. In the southern part of India, they eat only rice and curry. And in northern India, people eat a lot of roti.