ABOUT

ABOUT 



NAMASTE, HELLO & WELCOME

I am glad that you are here and thank you for stopping by on Indianrecipes24 – a blog which has recipes both Vegetarian & Non Vegetarian from different regions of India.

WHO AM I

I am Ranjit Singh Taragi.
Indianrecipes24.com is maintained by myself . I take care of the design, layout, coding, content etc and all the other technical aspects related with the website.
I am trained professionally in cooking, baking and confectionery as i have done my graduation in hotel & hospitality management from IHM(Institute of Hotel Management). I am trained both in mainstream Indian as well as international cuisines and have around 7+ years of experience working in hotels and fast paced restaurants.

INDIAN FOOD

Indian food is more diverse than any other food in the world. There are more than 100 different food types, with all its exotic ingredients, unfamiliar dishes, and tongue tingling flavors. It's such a complete world of taste, reflects a prefect blend of culture and ages. Indian food is famous for fabulous use of herbs and spices. Every spice has a reason for being there, they have health benefits and make food tastier. There are basic 20 to 30 spices and herbs used in many dishes cumin, coriander, turmeric, ginger, bay leaf and mint leaf to name a few.
The cooking style varies from region to region and is largely divided into south Indian, North Indian cuisine and more. Widely used ingredients of Indian cuisine are rice, pulses, meat and potato. Beef and pork considered taboo due to some religious beliefs. Ranging from Hyderabad biryani to Lakhnavi kebab, Bihar ka litti chokha, Sarso ka saag, Idli dosa, Butter chicken, Dhokla Indian cuisine has lot of special delicacies to offer. Pickles are an essential part of the local cuisine. Some of the famous deserts are Gulab jamun, Falooda, Malpua, Modak, Moong daal Halwa, Kesar kulfi etc.
Traditional serving styles varies regionally throughout Indian. Indian dining is not only traditional but also getting modernized with increasing cultural exchanges.


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