Indian food is always synonymous with spices and which eccentrically touch the high notes on our taste buds. Winter, in India, is colourful and boasts a variety of fruits, vegetables and cereals in winter. It is the season of the Rabi crop or the winter cropping season and yields numerous vegetations.
We all have had that day when we woke up at 1:30 PM with a sensation in the stomach screaming FOOD!! We all know what we do next… type or speak into our phone: “Online food delivery service near me”.
Online food ordering has revolutionised the food industry. It has also improved our gourmet experience in a lot of ways. Speed, convenience and economy are some of the bonuses, among many others, that online ordering of food has opened up for us to explore.
On a Wednesday night you come home from work, you are craving for an exotic dish, but the tiredness has imbibed you too much to cook. What do you do? Do you suppress your longing and heat the freezer meal? Or you go out to your favorite restaurant to satiate the irrepressible craving? I say neither! You sit at home, enjoy the food being delivered at home and thank the technology today!
Chicken tikka masala: Originally invented in Glasgow, this dish boasts of chunks of roasted marinated chicken in a spiced creamy curry. Invented to please the whims of a customer, a Pakistani Chef, Ali Ahmed added a bowl of tomato to the dry chicken curry that was sent back by the customer and it was an immediate hit! With over 48 recipes to refer to, this “British-Indian dish” is a classic.
Butter chicken: It’s a heavenly feeling when the beautiful saffron colored creamy chicken curry hits your taste buds. Butter chicken, otherwise known as Murgh Makhani,
We are in an era where living a convenient life is unbelievable and of course unimaginable without relying on the Internet. Our Californian friend, Google, is now our guide to anything and everything in life. The most trending questions on Google start with “how”. This goes on to prove our immense faith in Google’s opinion.
The 19th Century poet Elizabeth Browning was probably not thinking about food when she wrote her sonnet
“How do I Love thee, Let me count the ways” but her words fit perfectly to the love affair a common man has with food.