North India Cuisine. The cuisine of north India is dominated by Punjabi, Kashmiri, and Lucknavi cuisines. Milk products such as clarified butter, cheese, and curd are generously used by the food lovers of this region. And, Groundnut Oil is mainly used to prepare the various food items. South India Cuisine. Liberal use of rice and its products and various spices, along with coconut and curry leaves, make the cuisine of South India lip-smacking. Dosa, Rasam, Sambar Dal, and Payasam are some of the many main tasty food items of this region. Coconut oil is mainly used to prepare the various food items of this area. East India Cuisine. Generous use of Mustard oil and Panchfuran (clever mix of five spices) for preparing the various delicacies characterizes the cuisines of East India. A variety of sweets such as Misti Doi (sweetened curd) and Roshgolla are special delicacies of this region.
The differences in climate and land are obvious: it goes from the Alps, with typical mountain climate, the Po Valley, continental climate, the hills of central, coastal areas, up to the southern regions and islands, with their temperate climate. These differences have an impact not only on the available raw material (for example the fish on the coast, inland to the flesh), but also on processed products. Think of a product used in the classic Italian cuisine such as sausages. In Emilia Romagna there is a humid climate with cold winters perfect for seasoning meats, which allows a minimal addition of salt and then the production of sausages and "soft", in Tuscany the unfavorable environment requires the use of much salt, in the south has forced the addition of even more aggressive seasonings like chili pepper and other spices, to ensure the conservation and cover any unpleasant flavors of the meat.
Vedic Hindus since the Vedic times gave a number of vegetarian recipes to the Indian cuisine. Later, Christians, British, Buddhists, Portuguese, Muslims from Turkey, Arabia, and Persia, and others had their influence as well when they arrived in India. Vegetarianism came to prominence during the rule of Ashoka, one of the greatest of Indian rulers who was a promoter of Buddhism; currently, 31% of Indians are vegetarians. In India, food, culture, religion, and regional festivals are all closely related. Indian meat and fish cuisine is mostly influenced by the Muslim population. Rice, atta (whole wheat flour), and almost five dozen varieties of pulses form the staple of Indian cuisine with the most important being chana (bengal gram), toor (pigeon pea or red gram), urad (black gram) and mung (green gram). Chana is usually utilized in different forms, and can be used whole or processed in a mill that removes the skin, eg dhuli moong or dhuli urad, and can also be sometimes mixed with rice and khichri (a food that is excellent for digestion and similar to the chick pea, but smaller and more flavorful). The Indian dal consists exclusively of pulses except chana.
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