Food Categories In The Indian Sub Continent -tencent upd

Food-and-Drink When you think of food, there are so many categories and items to choose from. So, decide first, which category you want sweets, namkeen, meals, chaat, snacks and what not. It will not be an exaggeration to say that those born with a sweet tooth never get satisfied with the sweets savored; such is the countless varieties available. And when we speak of Indian sweets in .mon that are usually available in sweets outlets across the length and breadth of the country, you will .e across categories like traditional, Bengali sweets, milk sweets, premium sweets not to mention the special Indian sweets available during each festive occasion be it Holi or Navratri or Diwali or Baisakhi and the list goes on. Thanks to the online phenomenon; if you opt buying sweets from a particular brand only and there is no outlet of this brand in your vicinity, worry not. You can just log in to the corporate site of the preferred brand and procure any Indian sweets online. Attractively packed, you will receive the fresh items right in your doorsteps in the .mitted time frame. Having chaat is no longer limited to street stalls. You can have chaat items at a restaurant where it is hygienically prepared in adherence to the highest standards of food quality. Aloo tikki, kachori with sabji, paneer tikka, raj kachori, bhalla papri, lachha tokri, pani puri, bhel puri, matar kulcha, pao bhaji, dahi bhalla, paneer masala chilla, and papri chaat are the popular chaat items that are savored by people across the country no matter what the season or occasion. It is an everyday affair for many to have chaat in the evening. Well, if you are health conscious and do not want to experience an upset stomach it will be wise on your part to have chaat at a restaurant known for providing hygienic and quality items rather than having it at a roadside stall. Pani puri is one of the most savored of chaat items. It is known in different names in most of the regions such as phuchka in Bengali, gol gappa in North India, gup chup in Orissa, South Jharkhand, Bihar and Chhatisgarh. Based in fried dough, with various other ingredients, the small ball like hollow pani puri is ac.panied with gram or chickpeas and tangy-salty spices and spice mix chutney, typically consisting of amchoor, cumin, rock salt, coriander, dried ginger, salt, black pepper, and red pepper. Once you start having pani puri, you cannot rid yourself from the habit of having it everyday! So, you cannot have tea without namkeen. This is the situation for many a tea freak. In most Indian homes you will get tea with an ac.paniment of namkeen items. Few namkeen items popular in Indian homes are aloo bhujia, ratlami sev, peanuts, badam lacha, bikeneri bhujia, chana masala, cornflakes mixture, dal moth, ganthiya, kaju mixture, kashmiri mixture, khatta meetha, khoka bhujia, matar masala, moong daal, navratan mixture, and peanut masala. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: