In addition to its ancient history and colorful culture, India also is quite well-known for its cuisines. Different cuisines have quite different cooking procedures, like in preparation of food material, cooking methods, and manufacturing.
In order to improve the flavor of food, Indian cuisines are cooked in different methods, tools, and of diverse ingredients. So not only the aroma of food is improved but also the digestibility of food increased. The whole process of preparation must be finely conducted.
So as to achieve the desired cooking result, it is not enough just having a well preparation. And there are many equally important factors in the process of cooking. And some requisite factors for successful cooking of Indian cuisines include diversity of ingredients, tools, ambient condition, and even cooking skill of individuals. Also, considerations about nutrition, aesthetics, agriculture, economic, culture and religion also find reflection in Indian cuisines.
Indian cuisines are actually developed upon various ages and cultures. It is a perfect blending of different styles of cooking and so can meet various food habits. However, the most common ingredient you can find in Indian cuisines is its spiciness, which is used generously in Indian food, no matter in the east, south, west or north area of this country. And other common ingredients in Indian food include green leafy vegetables, wheat, fine flour, rice, duck baffad, egg molie, Portuguese influenced vindaloo, and so on.
The essence in Indian food is the mix of sweet and limy. Tourists from all over the world can have a variety of tastes during their visiting in India. Except its rich culture, Indian cuisines also play an important role for the economic development of this country. Then, you’d better have a taste of Indian food by yourself, and you will never feel disappointed.