All of us love food, and some of us live to eat and the rest live to eat. In the present day, chefs have become really creative. You can gorge on some delectable delicacies, but the charm of Indian vegetarian food cannot be replaced. People have often tried to substitute this delight with an option like burgers. They appear to be filling, but they cannot satiate your hunger. The magic of a hot puffed ‘roti’ dipped in piping ‘dal’ is simply amazing.
People have many misconceptions about this cuisine. They think that whipping up a simple meal of cooked vegetables, ‘roti’ and ‘dal’ is a complicated task. However, the trick is to get the balance of flavours. If you put in too much salt, you may spoil the taste of your food. It is common knowledge that Indians like their food to be full of different kinds of spices and flavours. Imagine the thought of having a bland ‘dal.’ It will probably remind you of the food that is fed to patients in the hospital. Traditional food is all about the right set of ingredients and proper cooking techniques.
In the contemporary times, simplicity is the need of the hour. After a tiring day, all of us wish to have a quiet meal in a serene atmosphere. Indian vegetarian food is known to calm people and restaurants provide a good ambience and the servers cater to the smallest needs and requirements of food lovers. When you visit such restaurants, the aroma of the cooking food can make anyone salivate and ignite the desire for some more. The restaurants also provide additions that complete a meal. Food items like farsan add to the experience and add the finishing touch. These eateries are your bet for some lip smacking delicacies that may not prepared in your home.
Home is where your heart is and that is certainly in traditional food. Soaking the hot ‘puri’ in the mouth-watering ‘kheer’ is one of a kind experience. The variety will put a smile on any food lover’s face, and you are sure to have a gala time…