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India Culinary Tours
India Culinary Tours

Indian hospitality is justifiably legendary and it is always associated with food and beverage along with other things. Culinary tours are unique way of traveling to various regions of India, both cities and villages and see and taste the various cuisines of this wonderful country.

The traditional and local cuisines let you experience and understand the Indian way of life and make the travel richer and tastier. The Indian kitchen is a place of sanctity and surprising simplicity. You can visit private homes to witness the cooking along with sympathetic housewives offering tips and recipe Visit to hotels for specialist cuisines that the chefs display through their skills.

India has some amazingly versatile spices used for masalas and medicines. Culinary Tours offer visits to spice markets and spice plantation gardens to understand the meaning of spices and herbs and their use for health reasons. From North Indian char-grill and Mughlai cuisine to South Indian fare, Culinary Tours takes you on a journey sampling varied food.

The food in India displays the diverse religions, cultures, languages and a way of life. `Thaali' is a traditional Gujarati meal in which you use your hands to eat chapatti with curry and vegetable dishes from small bowls served in a large metal plate, along with rice, lentils and pappadams. Thaali's are also available in regional delights of other states of India. India Culinary Tours offers a total experience of culture and fulfils your appetite.

Savor curries and chutneys, relish the flavors, and breathe in the aroma of subtle spices, and see demonstrations by master chefs of Indian cookery in the culinary tour to India.

The north Indian cuisines, including Punjabi and Kashmiri are known for its traditional flavor. Kashmiri cuisine offers the famous Waazwan where many different meat dishes are prepared and served on a white sheet in a traditional manner and eat while being seated on the floor. The Kashmiri's are very proud of their culinary skills.

Because of India's long coastline, seafood is quite popular with India's culinary experts. Different states in India have different recipes of preparing and cooking varieties of seafood. Different species of fish, crabs, shrimp, mussels and prawns are fried, baked, picked, salted and preserved to make delicious dishes having a unique taste of their own.

Staple food items in Indian cuisine include various kinds of flatbread, naan, chappatis, rotis, and puris eaten along with vegetables, meat dishes, chutneys and pickles. In the South and East of the country, rice is the staple dish eaten at most meals along with pulses and yogurt. South India is known for steamed and fried pancakes called idlis and dosas, made from ground rice flour and pulses. The Macchhi Bhat (Fish Curry and Rice) is a delicious non-vegetarian dish in West Bengal.

Rajasthan's Dal-Bati-churma and Dal-Bafle are liked by one and all and Zarda or sweet rice and Kabab Tikkas forms an integral part of Muslim cuisine. Dhokla and Khamand of Gujarati cuisine, five types of rice made in Tamil Nadu cuisine, Bhel Puri and Poha of Maharashtrian cuisine etc., constitute the must eats in India.

India offers a lot of variety in vegetarian cuisines as well. The variety of fruits and vegetables found and cooked here are truly amazing. The mouthwatering Bengali sweets made primarily of milk and sugar is a delectable treat. The other popular sweets are the Choorma ke Laddoo of Rajasthan, Puran Poli of Maharashtra, Paysam of Tamil Nadu and Kerala, Srikhand of Madhya Pradesh etc.

If food is an adventure, then a culinary tour of India is an adventure of a lifetime that is not to be missed. Enjoy the diverse tastes of India on an Indian culinary tour.

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