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Glossary Of Indian Restaurant Terms – It’s Time To Test Your Taste Buds

25th November, 2013

Glossary of Indian Food Terms

If you have always tiptoed around Indian cuisine, too scared to jump in feet first and experiment - it's time for a change. When it comes to conquering a brand new culinary culture, there's bound to be a lot to learn. Yet, you don't have to be anxious about coming into contact with brand new words and terms. In fact, it's all part of the fun. If you don't yet know your

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Britain’s Favourite Indian Curries – Which Indian Curry Dish Gets Diners Drooling?

28th October, 2013


This time last year, researchers conducted a study into Britain's favourite curries. They found out some very interesting things, Indian takeaway is a booming business in the UK. For one thing, the average British diner will spend more than £34,000 on Indian curry in a single lifetime - that's a whole lot of naan breads and onion bhajis. Indian takeaway is booming

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Curry ‘N’ Britain

9th July, 2013

History of Indian Food in United Kingdom If you haven’t tasted Indian food at least once in life, you haven’t made the best use of your taste buds! Indian food is well known for its flavourful recipes and use of thousands of spices. No doubt, it is popular and available in different parts of the world. The most famous of all Indian foods are its multi-flavoured

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The Regional Food of Greater India

17th May, 2013

The cuisine of India is ever varied. As a country that encompasses  a wide range of climates, crops and occupations, India has many different styles of traditional cuisine. Though few realise it, the vast majority of Indian dishes enjoyed in Britain, are inspired by distinct parts of their native country. The five most important parts are Bengal, Goa, South India,

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