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Indian culinary culture things you probably didn’t know (Part 1)

Unexpected things in Indian culinary culture make you surprised.

India is a country strongly influenced by religion, so Indian culinary culture somewhat fills the flavors of colorful and colorful life. Each dish contains a lot of value, diversity and richness in presentation with colorful main tones that will make many diners surprised and the dishes themselves have a strong attraction to the culinary exploration enthusiast.

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The culinary culture in India varies by region, as a large country possesses special terrain types, so the cuisine here is as diverse as the terrain itself. Experience travel to India you will be completely surprised when the cuisine here has a differentiation between South and North India India. Most of the ingredients for cooking show the national colors, especially the taboos in religion.

A special feature of Indian culinary culture is that the main food ingredients in the meal are rice and flour. Lentils are a unique and popular food here, which can be immediately seen on the table of every Indian family that appears. India is a country that produces lentils and is also the largest consumer of lentils in the world.

The paradise of spices

The culinary characteristic of India must first mention is the seasoning, India produces about 2.5 million tons of spices and exports 200,000 tons per year. This country is praised by the world as a paradise of spices.

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Indian culinary culture is unique in that it is an important ingredient that makes a difference in Indian cuisine. Some spices can be read right away when looking at Indian food such as chilli, mustard, dill leaf, garam masala, cardamom powder, cinnamon leaf, clove, bay leaf, mint leaf , nutmeg, turmeric, curry leaf, ginger, coriander, aurora, saffron. The special thing that cannot be missed is that curry is the typical color of Indian culinary culture. With this curry can be processed many dishes, can be used fresh, can be dried or pureed into flour to mix into dishes.

The special thing about using spices in every dish in India is probably not using independent spices but combining them together into a special mixture. The most difficult is curry, this is a combination of 5 main types: cumin seeds, turmeric, mustard seeds, chili powder. These spices make Indian dishes smell and color, especially it is also effective to cure and enhance the health of Indians.