The Sweet And Spicy Side Of Indian Food-cm68.com

Food-and-Drink There will be none in India who have not tasted sweets. And even tourists from other countries visiting India will find their entire trip missing by something if they have not tasted Indian sweets and veg. snacks. The uniqueness, variety and irresistible taste will just not hold you back from savoring one or two of the delights. You will find countless traditional sweets in the menu. Right from rasgulla, rasmalai, petha, pakija, anguri petha, badam phool, malai chap, petha gilori, to shri khand, chamcham, kesar chamcham, chena toast, kesar anguri petha, anurodh, paneer malai roll, and more, these traditional sweets are made in many an Indian home during festive occasions. And you will .e across these traditional sweets in the menu of many a marriage party. Thus you will find that no celebration is .plete without sweets. Visiting the eastern part of the country, i.e. West Bengal, you cant resist yourself from savoring the Bengali sweet. Whether it is the rasgulla or sandesh or mishti doi or any of the aforementioned traditional sweets, which are also part of the Bengali sweet menu, you will just love to have more and more. Almost every Bengali family knows sweet making; generally it is done during special occasions. You will .e across thousands of restaurants in West Bengal and other parts of the country selling Bengali sweet. And some of the renowned snacks and sweets brands prepare these most demanded sweets varieties too. And such brands do sell the products online. So, getting your favorite sweet items online without actually visiting the store is a possibility today! Chaat, is one veg. snacks item that majority of the Indians love to relish. You will often find the savory veg. snacks served full in a plate at road-side tracks from stalls or carts including sweets and snacks restaurants. The chaat originated in Gujarat and then later became immensely popular in the South Asian region. You will find a number of chaat variants, all prepared from fried dough with a blend of various other ingredients. It can be a mixture of crispy fried bread, potato pieces, gram or chickpeas, home-made chilly and tamarind sauce, and tangy-salty spices, the .plete mix ac.modated in a plate and garnished with yogurt and fresh green coriander leaves. Another chaat variant is the aloo tikkis; boiled potatoes, smashed and made into tiny doughs which are fried in butter and ac.modated in a plate. This is then garnished with onion, spices, coriander, and yogurt. Other chaat variants include dahi vada, papdi chaat, bhel puri, dahi puri, panipuri, and sev puri. Those who are planning to be a restaurateur can buy restaurant franchise of a reputed brand. The business would be your own; only you will have to pay royalty to the head office in return of which you will get menu design, brand name, etc. The greatest advantage of buying a restaurant franchise is that you get instant brand recognition as well as in-built marketing. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: