This first-ever comprehensive guide to regional food across India takes you on a mouth-watering journey through the homes, streets and restaurants of each state, exploring exotic and everyday fare in equal measure. Be it the lime-laced Moplah biryani, the Goan Galinha cafreal, the bhang ka raita of Uttarakhand, or the Singpho peopleas Wu san tikye, Indiaas rich palette of flavours is sure to drum up an insatiable appetite in you. Laden with historical information, cultural insights and personalized recommendations, The Penguin Food Guide to India is your ideal companion to the delightful world of Indian cuisine.Despite the name change, it is the material relics of colonial Madras that are Chennaia#39;s most popular tourist attractions: the ... inexpensive, vegetarian eateries where people come to take kitchen, are dispensed; this might be a leaf bowl filled .
|Title||:||The Penguin Food Guide to India|
|Author||:||Charmaine O' Brien|
|Publisher||:||Penguin UK - 2013-12-15|