The traditional Indian food is famous world over for its use of multifarious herbs and spices. There are a variety of dishes available in Indian cuisine, and the way of cooking style
differs from region to region. India is known for its diverse food recipes that are served at famous Indian restaurants worldwide. For people who love the real culture and food of the country Indian restaurants are the best options for them.
Indian cuisine is available in almost every part of the world. There are many fans worldwide who just love the traditional Indian food. The spices in which Indian food is cooked hold medicinal characteristics, making the food healthier and tastier.
The restaurants serving traditional Indian food are open all over the world. Like, London has many Indian restaurants serving authentic Indian food. Not only Indians demand the authentic food but also the locals of the city love it. Spices have always been considered to be India’s main ingredient in food. Indians cook with a palette of spices, gracefully adding these powders in exact proportions into the dish.
Every dish is cooked in different style and method. The most popular dishes that Londoners love are Chicken Tikka Masala, a dish prepared with roasted chunks (tikka) of chicken in a spicy sauce. Another famous Indian dish is Aloo Chaat which is a mixture of potato, crisp fried bread, dahi vada, chick peas and spices, with chilli and saunth, fresh green coriander leaves and yoghurt for garnish.
So, if you plan to tickle your taste buds with these lip smacking dishes, book your table at our restaurant. We are one of the best Indian restaurants in London, that offers authentic Indian dishes without burning a hole in your pocket.
Indian food is lauded for its curries, mouth-burning spices and complex flavor pairings. With its use of cardamom, cayenne, tamarind and other pungent ingredients, the resulting taste combinations are unlike anything found elsewhere around the world. But scientists in India have now discovered exactly why Indian food is so good — it’s the fewer number of overlapping flavors in ingredients.
Researchers at the Indian Institute for Technology examined how frequently overlapping flavor compounds factored into a dish’s ingredients. They reviewed thousands of recipes on TarlaDalal.com, scrutinizing the subtle molecular-level differences that distinguish the cuisine, reports the Washington Post.
“We found that average flavor sharing in Indian cuisine was significantly lesser than expected,” researchers wrote.
In Western cuisines, ingredients are usually paired together for their similar flavors. However, an average Indian dish includes at least seven ingredients, most of which do not contain overlapping flavors. Cayenne, green bell pepper, coriander and garam masala are usually paired with ingredients that have no chemical overlap, but each ingredient brings a unique component when incorporated into the final meal. This creates knockout dishes for a cuisine that uses approximately 200 of the estimated 381 ingredients known in the world