Creador: Mona Rizwan
PLEASE READ THIS BLOG POST
My blog is www.weavethousandflavors.com. Some of us have met & waved across the cyberspace on foodbuzz :)
Of all the posts I've worked on for my blog, this one really took it out of me and I would be ever so grateful if you all took a looksie. Be warned, its rather long...maybe with a cuppa?....
You can also find the post under 'An Introduction to Indian Cuisines' under categories.
PS - PLEASE leave a comment for me if you visit the blog. It would mean a lot to me :)
Thanks for this post, Devaki! An excellent introduction to the various cuisines of India, as well as dispelling some common misperceptions. As someone who enjoys but does not know much about Indian cookery, I found it quite educational!
Alas, when talking about 'ethnic' foods--the popular ones at least--it is always necessary to unteach as well as teach. I find the same is true of Italian cooking.
By the way, do you have any books to recommend for further reading on the subject?
I am new to cookeatshare and happen to read your blog post.
Superbly written, very well exexcuted, and yes we dont make curries. that is a very popular misconception about indian cuisine.
One more thing I would like to mention, what about those vegetables we cook without any gravy (like sukhi sabzi) ?
And finally on "panchphoron" the bengali spice we dont add mustard in it . Its called radhuni looks like a anise and has a flavour similar to fennel. Since it is not found outside West bengal, so people might have replaced it with mustard.
Any way great post on Indian cuisine.
wow thanks for this info amazing advice....great blog!
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