The cuisine of India - Asia

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The foods of India

There’s astounding complexity in the flavor profiles of Indian dishes, from the simplest snacks to the most elaborate of special-occasion feasts, and in the diversity of countless regional and local versions of the national cuisine.
Spices are at the heart of almost any Indian dish.
Masala is a premade blend of spices used in many main dishes and sauces. In Indian cuisine, spices complement each other; recipes are developed so that no particular spice or flavor stands out or overpowers other flavors. Some of the most popular Indian dishes are:
1. Biryani. It is a mixed rice dish which can include any kind of meat, eggs or vegetables.
2. Dosa.
3. Butter chicken/Butter paneer.
4. Tandoori meats, vegetables and bread.
5. Samosas.
6. Chaat.
7. Daal Makhni.

Kadai is the Hindi name for a wok. It is a versatile pan that is used to cook almost every Indian meal. It has evolved through time! Kadai is considered one of the most essential Indian cookware.
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Appetizer recipes

Stuffed mussels Zucchini and red lentil fritters with lemony yogurt

Main recipes

Black beluga lentil and coconut curry soup Curried lamb Indian Fish and potato tikkis Punjabi samosa Tandoori chicken Side dishes recipes coming soon
Dessert recipes coming soon

Cooking in India