History Of Indian Cuisine

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India is the world second largest country in the world and have a mixture of lot type ethnic in their country. Each ethnic in India has their own tradition food and their own spices.
Each ethnic also have the famous food dish and recipes and it make the type of food in India increase day by day with new dishes and recipes. Indian Cuisine is one of the famous cuisine in the world. Indian Cuisine can be both exciting and intimidating. It’s such a complete world of taste. Indian Cuisine is a combination of all flavors’ together such as sweets, sour, salty, spicy and hot at the same time.

Indian people is a master of spice they love to create each spice separately before combine them into some various masalas. Indian people had created a lot
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Indian Cuisine is a mixture of ethnic, language, race and by country. All the Indians among the whole world will know about Indian food or cuisine because it’s their family tradition. India has make up a big potion of cultural fabric of food. In India there have many areas or states own their unique cooking styles, ingredients and herbs. The variety of foods in India is as equal as the population in India.
Indian Cuisine is leading to diversity of herbs and flavor’s that they found in earlier. A Indian dish will contain few herbs and spices such as curry leaves, cumin seeds, dhal, turmeric , tamarind, cinnamon, clove ,ginger and the rest spices .Vegetable oil or ghee are also the main things in Indian kitchen to prepared a Indian dish.
Indian food covers six different tastes such as sweets, sour, salty, spicy, bitter and sharp. Dishes attempt to balance each of these flavors. Muslim and Hindu are involved in the Indian cooking styles and procedure. Hindu is well known as vegetarian cultured and Muslims is well known with non-vegetarian culture. The common things between them is they use Indian styles to create into a new type and running with that until now. Although Hindu is well known with vegetarian but have some population consider non-vegetarian. Example of vegetarian food is potato curry, dhal masala, thosai , idly and many more. Example of non-vegetarian food
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of assorted nuts
• 1 tsp. rose petal jam
• 6 slice of bread
• Milk as required
• Pinch of baking soda
• Pinch of salt
For Sugar Syrup
• 1 cup sugar
• ½ cup water
• 1 ½ tsp. cardamom powder


Step 1 : Preparing sugar syrup. Add sugar and water in a pan in high flame and stir well until the syrup boil and slow down the flame after the syrup boil.
Step 2 : Let the syrup simmer it for 7-8 minutes. Turn off the heat just before you reach the single thread consistency.
Step 3 : Add cardamom powder to the syrup and mix well then syrup is ready.
Step 4 : Preparing gulaab jamun. In a bowl, add rose petal jam and assorted nuts mix it well and male small balls of it.
Step 4 : Keep the Gulaab jamun balls in refrigerator for about 15 minutes.
Step 5 : Cut the bread into pieces and put in a blender along with baking soda and milk . Blend it well.
Step 6 : Adjust the quantity of milk with the bread slices and make it as a semi soft dough.
Step 7 : Take a small section from the dough and stud it with the nuts ball which we put in refrigerator and make it smooth balls.
Step 8 : Deep fry the gulaab jamuns on very slow flame in oil

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