Traditional foods in India (Part 3)

Visiting India is one of the best destination for any traveler. There are series of stunning views and landscapes bringing value about culture, history, custom as well the local.

One of thing you should get experience in India is traditional food. It is always recommended and available at almost tourist area as well the local street. If you are still confusing whether which food should try in India, following our advices:

8, Beef roast and parotta

This meal is a traditional food in Kerala. Beef cookery is the most favorite food of the local. They use it as the main ingredient in many foods.

They consider that presence of beef in cuisine will inspire positive feeling for taste and emotion of eater.

Beef roast and parotta is one of the most famous foot at there made from beef. Using some slice of bread makes perfect flavor for this meal.

9, Smoked Pork

Going to the Northeast in India, you have opportunities to discover special things about cuisine.

Sure that it creates a culinary adventure for any visitor.

One of the most special food in there is smoked pork. It is made from bamboo plants and raja mirchi. Mirchi is a special chili. It is extremely hot so someone can eat spicy food, it’s a good recommendation.

You can use smoked pork with rice. It’s perfect combination.

10, Dhokla

India is famous for the Buddhism, so the local people prefer to eating vegetarian snacks. Even, they can eat it in the daily life. This is the reason why Indian people are healthy and strong. They usually have longer longevity than others compared with other nations in the world.

One of the favorite vegetarian food is Dhokla. It is made from natural material like rice and chickpeas.

To cook it, recipe is very simple. When rice batter is fermented, it is mixed with chickpeas. To decorate it tastily, it can use a little garnish and mustard seed colorfully.