Your Site For Gift Ideas
 
 
  Gifts for Her
  Gift Catalogs
 
 
 
Gift Ideas


Gift Search
Drinks
Mixed Drinks
Healthy Drinks
Energy Drinks
Cosmopolitan Drinks
Frozen Drinks
Tropical Drinks
Party Drinks
Coffee Drinks
   
Food Gift Ideas
Corporate Food Gifts
Unique Food Gifts
Gourmet Food Gift
Online Food Gift
Food and Wine Gift
Italian Food Gifts
   
Recipes
Chinese Food
Indian Food
Italian Food
French Food
Spanish Food
Japanese Food
Thai Food
   
Food Gift Basket
Holiday Food Gift Baskets
Junk Food Gift Baskets
Health Food Gift Baskets
Organic Food Gift Basket
Brazilian Food Gift Baskets
Scottish Food Gift Baskets
Specialty Food Gift Baskets
Christmas Food Gift Basket
Healthy Food Gift Basket
Mexican Food Gift Baskets
Hawaiian Food Gift Basket
Texas Food Gift Basket
Birthday Food Gift Basket
   
Snacks World
Kid Snacks
Healthy Snacks
Low fat Snacks
Fruit Snacks
Diabetic Snacks
Fun Snacks
   
Dining In Style
Outdoor Dining
Romantic Dining
Group Dining
Business Dining
Dining Etiquettes
Family Dining
Restaurant Dining
 
Theydeserveit >> Food Gifts>>Indian Food

Indian Food

Indian Food is an ensemble of different regional dishes all over India. The traditional food items range from "Kashmiri dum-aloo" of the north to the south Indian "idly" and "dosa". From the extreme west the "marathi sweet dish" "puranpoli" to the mouth-watering smoked "hilsa" of Bengal. There are infinite local Indian Foods. A typical


"rajasthani" food consists of "lahsun ki chatni" (garlic sauce), "jaipuri mewa polao", "kesar murgh" (chicken with saffron), "chane dal" to name a few. Dry fruits, tones of spices and loads of yogurt form the base of all "rajasthani" cuisines.

Typical north Indian Food will includes "kababs" and "parathas" with lumps of home made fresh cream. One might say hearts of warm Indians are poured in the "parathas". The flavor and taste of each Indian Food will from one locality to another due to the use of different spices in seasoning procedure. Assamese people are accustomed to various forms of rice based foods like puffed rice. "Bamboo shoots" are found in plenty in almost assamese cuisine. They love fish, yet eating chicken is supposed to be inauspicious in Assam. There are many tribes living in the mountainous pockets of north east India. They have their indigenous cultures and food habits. The "vaishnavas" live in Manipur.



They are mainly vegetarians. If we come down to the plains of Bengal we will experience the lavish Bengali cuisine consisting of "path saker bora", soups of forty distinct fishes caught from the sweet "Gangetic" waters to name a few. Other ingredients of the Bengali cuisine includes "moshur dal" (red lentils), "moong dal" (mung lentils), "potato with poppy seeds" and tongue pampering "mangoes" and "amsotto".

The south Indian cuisine incorporates "curd-rice", "sambar", "rasam", "dosa", "rava dosa", "kadi", "idly", "vada" with "coconut chutney" is relishing. Traditionally, south Indian food is served on banana leaves. Last but not the least, who can forget "srikhand", a famous "gujarati" sweet dish. These food recipes can be gifted to anyone and almost on every occasion. This kind of gift is well preserved. They carry the cultures and traditions of one country to new lands.

They Deserve It provides all information on Indian food from all quarters of the world.








Flowers Gifts
 
Holiday Gifts
 
Special Occasions
 
 Songs
 
Gift Items
 
Entertainment
 
Top 10 Gifts
Google
 
Gift Ideas
  Flower Gifts Wedding Gift Combos Mobile Phone Gifts Valentine Quotations
Love Novels Magazines Music & Movies CD Store
Top Games Clothing Gifts Books Corporate Gifts
Devotional Edibles Send Flowers Home Appliances
Home Décor Jewelry Gifts for Kids Fashion and Beauty