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Indian Cuisine:

Atithi Devo Bhava – Is an ancient Sanskrit saying.

Translated it means “Your guest is God”

And we all know that the best way to keep our guest happy is by providing him with good and tasty food.

From this conviction emerges India’s obsession with food – both in variety and quality.

India is home to a variety of cuisines.

Mention Indian food and the first thing that comes to one’s mind is “SPICES”

Spice is often misunderstood as predominantly chilly in the western world.

“Indian” is going to dispel that misconception.

Spice in Indian food is actually flavor.


Indian food is mainly:

  • Vegetables
  • Meat
  • Dairy products
  • Rice / Wheat
  • Lentils

……………and “spices”


The most important and frequently used spices in Indian cuisine are: 

black mustard

cardamom (elaichi),

cumin (jeera),

turmeric (haldi),

asafoetida (hing),

cinnamon (dalchini),


ginger (adrak),

coriander (dhania),

and garlic (lehsun),

and some really exotic spices like



rose petal essences.

and ............. chilli pepper (mirch)

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