Seminar  <br />on <br />Scientific Trends <br />In<br />Traditional Indian Food <br />  Submitted to:-<br />Mr. Barinderje...
IndianFood<br /><ul><li>Indian food has a wide range of varied cuisines that are absolutely lip smacking.
There are so many types of food in India that it becomes difficult to choose from the diverse range of traditional food in...
Though there is no scarcity of food, the range that India offers is so gigantic that you may not able to decide what to ea...
<ul><li>A typical traditional north Indian balanced diet would consist of Roti or Parathas  served with dal, which is a wa...
North India also uses milk and other dairy products in their daily diet. Yogurt, milk, ghee (clarified butter), butter and...
The non-vegetarian variety is highly inspired from the Mughlai cuisine and is absolutely delicious. </li></ul>North Indian...
South Indian food<br /><ul><li>The southern food is ruled by rice and preparations made from rice.
A typical south Indian meal would consist of rice served with piping  hot sambhar (vegetable gravy with pulses), rasam (so...
South Indian food is less greasy and oily as compared to north Indian cuisine as most items are steamed or shallow fried.<...
Rice dominates the main meals and the oil used in cooking is usually mustard oil.
Some very popular dishes are momos, jhaal muri, macherjhol (fish curry), thukpa (soup preparation) and anything related to...
The development of the food product which are traditionally consumed in Indian according to the requirement of the consumers.
Traditional foods constituted a treasure house of information on nutrition that could be exploited for future markets.
 Of the more than 3,000 traditional foods in India, only 100 are in existence today.
To consume rest 2900 traditional food scientific trends are used.</li></li></ul><li>Some of the traditional products avail...
Dosa.
Khaman Dhokla.
Upma Moong.
Dahi Wada. </li></li></ul><li>Some deserts available  in market:<br /><ul><li>Gulab Jamun.
Rasgulla.
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  1. 1. Seminar <br />on <br />Scientific Trends <br />In<br />Traditional Indian Food <br /> Submitted to:-<br />Mr. Barinderjeet Singh<br />Mr. Rahul Saxena<br />Ms. Amita Pokhrana<br />Submitted by:-<br />Rahul Singh<br />4-FT-17<br />B-Tech-Food Tech.<br />
  2. 2. IndianFood<br /><ul><li>Indian food has a wide range of varied cuisines that are absolutely lip smacking.
  3. 3. There are so many types of food in India that it becomes difficult to choose from the diverse range of traditional food in India.
  4. 4. Though there is no scarcity of food, the range that India offers is so gigantic that you may not able to decide what to eat in India. </li></li></ul><li>
  5. 5. <ul><li>A typical traditional north Indian balanced diet would consist of Roti or Parathas served with dal, which is a watery preparation of pulses.
  6. 6. North India also uses milk and other dairy products in their daily diet. Yogurt, milk, ghee (clarified butter), butter and paneer (cottage cheese) are widely used in most dishes along with spices.
  7. 7. The non-vegetarian variety is highly inspired from the Mughlai cuisine and is absolutely delicious. </li></ul>North Indian Food<br />
  8. 8. South Indian food<br /><ul><li>The southern food is ruled by rice and preparations made from rice.
  9. 9. A typical south Indian meal would consist of rice served with piping hot sambhar (vegetable gravy with pulses), rasam (soup like preparation), curd and pickles along with atleast two different varieties of vegetables prepared in two different styles.
  10. 10. South Indian food is less greasy and oily as compared to north Indian cuisine as most items are steamed or shallow fried.</li></li></ul><li>East Indian Food <br /><ul><li>They offer a large variety of sweets that are an absolute delight for anyone with a sweet tooth.
  11. 11. Rice dominates the main meals and the oil used in cooking is usually mustard oil.
  12. 12. Some very popular dishes are momos, jhaal muri, macherjhol (fish curry), thukpa (soup preparation) and anything related to fish.</li></li></ul><li>Scientific trends:<br /><ul><li>The application of modern process technologies in the production of food.
  13. 13. The development of the food product which are traditionally consumed in Indian according to the requirement of the consumers.
  14. 14. Traditional foods constituted a treasure house of information on nutrition that could be exploited for future markets.
  15. 15. Of the more than 3,000 traditional foods in India, only 100 are in existence today.
  16. 16. To consume rest 2900 traditional food scientific trends are used.</li></li></ul><li>Some of the traditional products available in market:<br /><ul><li>Rice Idli.
  17. 17. Dosa.
  18. 18. Khaman Dhokla.
  19. 19. Upma Moong.
  20. 20. Dahi Wada. </li></li></ul><li>Some deserts available in market:<br /><ul><li>Gulab Jamun.
  21. 21. Rasgulla.
  22. 22. Gajar Halwa.
  23. 23. Potato Halwa.
  24. 24. Vermicelli Kheer.
  25. 25. Rice Kheer.
  26. 26. Shir Kurma Jalebi.</li></li></ul><li>Some vegetable recipes:<br /><ul><li>ALU RASWALA
  27. 27. BHAIGAN BHARTA
  28. 28. RAJMA MASALA </li></ul>Packed Paranthas and Roti:<br /><ul><li>Paneer parantha.
  29. 29. Allo parantha.
  30. 30. Mix veg parantha.</li></li></ul><li>Packed Samosa:<br />IngredientsPastry : Wheat flour, Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil. Salt and Water. Filling: Potatoes (28%), Green Peas (12%), Vegetable Oil, Mixed spices, Coriander leaves, Cumin seeds, Red chilli powder, Fennel, Salt. Chutney: Tamarind (32%), Jaggery, Dates, Chili, Khuskhus, Oil, Water, Salt<br />
  31. 31. Recipe of some packed traditional Indian foods:<br />1.Instant Potato Halwa Powder:<br />Selection washing and peeling of potatoes<br />↓<br />Pretreatment to prevent enzymatic browning<br />↓<br />Prep. Of slices<br />↓<br />Blanching<br />↓<br />Cooling<br />↓<br />Draining of slices<br />
  32. 32. ↓<br />Dehydration<br />↓<br />curing/sweeting<br />↓<br />Grinding of slices<br />↓<br />Sieving of flour <br />↓<br />Flour<br />↓<br />Roasting in vanaspati and addition <br />Of ingredients<br />↓<br />Instant potato halwa powder<br />↓<br />Storage and packaging <br />
  33. 33. Preparation of halwa from instant halwa powder:<br />Instant halwa powder<br />↓<br />Heating in pan for 2-3 min.<br />↓<br />1000ml water into roasted halwa powder.<br />↓<br />Stir for 1-2 min. while heating<br />↓<br />Halwa ready <br />
  34. 34. Some brands providing traditional Indian food:<br />Mandy Agri Products<br />Supplying and distribution of processed food such as frozen spring rolls, nutritious frozen spring rolls, delicious frozen spring rolls, frozen potato mozarella rolls, frozen mixed vegetables and frozen cheese corn balls.<br />UNITED TRADING CORPORATION<br />Supplier and exporter of processed food like ice cream mix, kulfi mix, instant pudding, custard powder, instant china grass, icing sugar. Also sells baking powder, corn flour and jelly crystals.<br />DhananjayKrishnanathGaikwad<br />Engaged in supplying and exporting of processed food like parantha, nutritional parantha, tasty parantha, packed parantha, samosa and packed samosa.<br />VGN Foods<br />Supplying and exporting processed foods, nutritional processed foods, processed frozen foods, hygienic processed foods that includes sweet corn, green peas and coconut crush. Also offering fresh fruits and vegetables.<br />
  35. 35. Some more:<br />Rajpurohit Food Processor<br />Supplies and manufactures processed food products including namkeens, khakra, jeera khakra, samosas, papad, peanuts, frymes, chakali, butter chakali, banana wafers, potato wafers, chiwda and corn flake chiwda.<br />VGN Foods<br />Exporter and supplier of processed foods, instant foods, frozen foods, processed instant foods that includes spring rolls, vegetable spring rolls, kachouri, samosas, parathas and stuffed parathas.<br />Gits Food Products Pvt. Ltd. <br />Supplies various types of ready to eat and ready to cook traditional Indian food.<br />Bikano: Bikano is our international brand of packaged Sweets, Namkeens, Papad and Sherbets, manufactured to the world standards of hygiene and quality. <br />Bikaji: Shivdeep Food Productsis a leading manufacturer and exporter of snacks that have made a name for themselves in India and abroad. <br />Haldiram:Started in Bikaner, India is one of India's largest sweets and snacks manufacturers.<br />
  36. 36. Some New Launches:<br />Warana a Kolhapur based dairy is introducing sugarcane juice in aseptic packs. It is the first of its kind in India.<br />
  37. 37. Some machinery used in packed traditional Indian food:<br />1.samosa machine/dumpling making :Machine can <br />make dumpling,samosa,spring roll,etc..by changing <br />different forming mould.<br />
  38. 38. 2.Commercial dough rounder :<br />The AS/8 rounding machine is able to round dough loafs from a minimum of 180 g to a maximum of 800 g of product; its average output reaches 900 portions/hour;<br />3.Liquid automatic packing machines:<br />This machinery is used in packing liquid and semi liquid food products like juices,gulabjamun etc.<br />
  39. 39. References:<br />1.www.indiamart.com<br />2.www.indianreceipe.com<br />3.www.bajajmachines.com<br />4.Journal of food processing.<br />5.www.wikipedia.com<br />6.www.gitsfood.com<br />
  40. 40. Thank you…<br />
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