However, since there isn't any document such as recipes written for personal use or published in form of a cook book that gives any information on what original or traditional Bamar cuisine is the answer to this question is left to speculation. Please note that what I am writing about the Bamar cuisine is the conclusion I have personally come to after extensive and thorough research. Other peoples' research may lead to different results depending on what sources are available. I have read and heard about a royal palace book with the title 'Sâ-do-Hce'-Cân' that was - so it is said - written on palm leaves in 1866 during king Mindon Min's reign (1853 to 1878) and allegedly contains recipes. I have seriously tried to get a copy of this transcribed and in 1965 by the Hanthawaddy Press published book but did not succeed in finding one. It is said that this book contains 89 recipes but nothing is said about the kind and origins of these recipes. I do however doubt that all (if any) of these recipes are recipes of pure Bamar origin.
West India Cuisine. Konkani, Goan, Maharashtrian, and Parsi cuisines make West India Cuisine. While in the coastal areas of this region fish is generously used, in the interiors poultry and meat are used by the non-vegetarians. And, Groundnut Oil is mainly used to prepare the various food items in this region. North East India Cuisine. The cuisine of this area shows strong Chinese and Burmese influence. Rice is the staple diet of the people and beef is consumed by the non-vegetarians rather generously. This is a distinct feature of the North East India Cuisine, and it much adds to the appeal of the lip-smacking Indian cuisines making it even more appetizing in the eyes of the food lovers all over the world. The cuisine of India is very vast & it is basically characterized by its sophisticated & subtle use of spices & herbs grown across India.It is also considered to be one of the old diverse cuisines of the world. The Flavors of Indian food are appreciated all over the world. Indian cuisine varies from region to region depending on the diverse Indian subcontinent. Indian cuisine also evolved due to cultural interaction with neighboring countries like Persia, Greece and Mongolia.
The Vast Sub-continent of India offers a range of culinary delights as rich and diverse as its people and history. Indian cuisine can be divided into North Indian, South Indian, West Indian, East Indian and North East Indian. Northern North Indian cuisine is distinguished by the proportionally high use of dairy products like ghee, milk, paneer, and yoghurt. Gravies are typically dairy-based. Other ingredients like chilies, saffron, and nuts are also commonly used. Goat and lamb meats are favored ingredients of many northern Indian recipes.North Indian cooking features the use of the "tawa" for making roti and paratha, and "tandoor" for making naan, and kulcha and also main courses like tandoori chicken.Puri and bhatoora, which are deep fried in oil, are also common. The samosa is a popular North Indian snack, and it is now commonly found in other parts of India, Central Asia and the Middle East also. A common variety is filled with boiled, fried, or mashed potato. Minced meat, cheese mushroom and chick pea are also used for filling.The staple food of most of North India is a variety of lentils, vegetables, and roti .
Ampoule Monday , April 16th , 2018 - 19:48:08 PM
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