Some common North Indian foods such as the various kebabs and most of the meat dishes originated with Muslims advent into the country. The countries known as Pakistan and Bangladesh were a part of North and East India prior to the partition of India. As a result, the cuisines in these countries are very similar to northern and eastern Indian cuisine. South Indian. Main article: South Indian cuisine. South Indian cuisine is distinguished by a greater emphasis on rice as the staple grain, the liberal use of coconut and curry leaves particularly coconut oil, and the ubiquity of sambar and rasam (also called saaru) at meals. South Indian cooking is even more vegetarian-friendly than north Indian cooking. The practice of naivedya, or ritual offerings, to Krishna at the Krishna Mutt temple in Udupi, Karnataka, has led to the Udupi style of vegetarian cooking. The variety of dishes which must be offered to Krishna forced the cooks of the temple to innovate. Traditional cooking in Udupi Ashtamatha is characterized by the use of local seasonal ingredients. Garam masala is generally avoided in South Indian cuisine.
Punjabi Cuisine. This Indian cuisine can be found in Punjab and it's a little similar to Mughlai cuisine from the North West frontier. These dishes are topped off with butter and ghee, which makes them even more appetizing and appealing. Some of the famous dishes are Dal Makhani (Black lentils), Tandoori Chicken, Rogan Josh and Naan. The most famous drink is lassi (buttermilk). Restaurants across India serve this cuisine and you can check this cuisine out at the renowned restaurant Punjabi by Nature in New Delhi. Kashmiri Cuisine. This cuisine is found in Kashmir, and it is influenced by cuisines from Uzbekistan and parts of Afghanistan. This Indian cuisine uses a lot of yoghurt, turmeric and mutton but the chefs cut down on the spices and onions. Some of the popular dishes are Yakhein (a yoghurt based dish with chicken), Razmah Goagi (a combination of kidney bean and turnip) and Gaad (a variety of Fish with radish). Kashmiri cuisine isn't as popular as the other cuisines, so not many restaurants serve this kind of food.
The use of Indian spices is very less. Yak is a popular meat in this part of India Eastern East Indian cuisine is famous for its sweets such as rasagolla, chumchum, sandesh, rasabali, chhena poda, chhena gaja, and kheeri. Many of the popular sweet dishes initially originated in the Bengal and Orissa regions. Apart from sweets, East India cuisine offers delights of posta (poppy seeds). Traditional Bengali cuisine is not very spicy, not too faint. Generally ingredients such as mustard seeds, cumin seeds, black cumin, green chillies and cumin paste are used in Bengali curries. Mustard paste, curd, nuts, poppy seed paste and cashew paste are preferably cooked in mustard oil. Curries are classified into bata (paste), bhaja (fries), chochchoree (less spicy vapourized curries) and jhol (thin spicy curries).These are eaten with plain boiled rice or spiced rice. Fish is commonly consumed in the eastern India, especially in Bengal.Like South India, rice is the staple grain in Eastern India too. A regular meal consists of many side dishes made of vegetables. The most popular vegetable dish of Bengal is Sukto. Deep fried, shallow fried and mashed vegetables are also very popular. The popular vegetable dishes of Orissa are Dalma and Santula.
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