For starters, eating an Indian meal may be a little bit overwhelming not to mention cooking or serving a balanced Indian meal.
Contrary to western meals which are served into different course, nearly all Indian meals is served at the same time in a very thali.
Indian food is supposed to be eaten with group. An Indian menu should consist of food spectrum or flavours; spicy, creamy, hot, salty, pungent, sweet and so on. As being a diner, it is a personal duty how we mix those dishes you wish.
Indian food can not be eaten or served with out a balanced mixture of flavors. Thus, even if you like this curried vegetable, creamy chicken, or hot chutney, never eat it alone. Combine them with basmati rice or Indian flatbread, including poori or naan, or to dishes.This will help you to take pleasure from mixed flavor in the meal. Extra hot, spicy, and creamy food without a neutral starch is really a recipe for indigestion.
There’s basic rule about how exactly to mix dishes to make a complete Indian meal. Each Indian meal should include starch (as an example: rice and/or Indian bread), more than one primary dishes (for example: meat dish or fish dish, or possibly a lentil and vegetable combination) and several type of chutney. Usually two vegetables and/or lentil dish will probably be served with meal; one ‘wet’ with lots of soup and one ‘dry’. For the easy meal there will be only few models of dishes while with an elaborate parties or festivals, more selection of them are prepared.