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Traditional Indian Foods that are full of Nutrients.

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Posted on August 5, 2018 at 1:30 PM


Indian Traditional Food

The tongue taste twisters which remind you taste of Mom's hand.

Traditional Indian Foods are known for easily digestible & Nutrient quality, another reason is spices and flavours. The culinary style in India varies from place to place that's why taste also different, all are colourful dishes. Women of India are expert in cooking field that's why everybody can recognize the taste of mom's hand made food.


Top Dishes : Traditional Indian Foods

North India's Rajma Rice

South India's Rice with Sambar and Rasam

Punjabi Paratha with Lassi and Rajasthan's famous Dal Bati Churma

Makki ki Roti (corn flour bread) and Sarson ka Saag (mustard leaf curry)

North Indian Chapati (wheat flour bread) & Curries (multiple options of curry)

Non-veg dishes: Multiple dishes of Chiken & Fish, Gosht, Mutton Korma, Keema etc.


South Indian Food

In South Indian region Food is served on a Banana Leaf that is also part of following Indian Tradition.

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Indian Traditional foods widely appreciated for its fabulous use of herbs and spices, once you get the taste of it you can't stop yourself from eating it, the best thing is it's healthy too, Indian cuisine is a point of attraction for foreigner tourist, in the end of my post, we will say we should feel proud that we are staying in such a country and enjoying the taste of Delicious Foods.


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