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Indian food jnv bhiwani

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  • 1. Traditional Indian Food Indian food is generally spicy. It differs from region to region. North Indian taste is different from the South Indian. A lot of variation is observed in food habits of people from different states.
  • 2. Oily & Spicy Food Indian dishes are oily and spices like red chilli, pepper, cardamom, turmeric, coriander are added to enrich the taste.
  • 3. Rice is liked all over India but in South India it is eaten mostly. Rice and curry sauce with meat and red pepper.
  • 4. Indian popular Aloo gobi curry
  • 5. A South Indian vegetarian dish, sambhar,which is a dhal made from channa dhal, or yellow split peas, mixed vegetables, and spices with coconut and tamarind. Served with Basmati rice and a chutney. 
  • 6. A health dish is from Goa, on the west coast of India. It is a dish of fish curry, flavoured with coconut, tamarind, chili and spices, with Basmati rice.
  • 7. These are Gujarati Pooris - Indian pancakes made from moong dhal and spices, with coconut and tomato chutneys and dhal.  
  • 8. Indian vegetable curry with butter beans, sesame, tomato and spices, with naan bread and onion chutney.