September 23, 2021

Nahitan Nandez

Dubai, UAE

The different types of Indian foods

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The different types of Indian foods

India is known for a lot of different things, and one of such things is the food of the region. Indian cuisine is popular all around the world and people especially travel to the region in order to get a taste of their food. But even if you cannot go to the place itself then you need not worry because Indian food is served all around the world. Fine dining Indian restaurants in Dubai are very common where you get served authentic and fresh Indian food. And just like that you can also get the best cocktails in Dubai. It gives just the perfect tropical feel around the shores of the beeches. Indian food is very diverse, there are a lot many types of Indian food. Most of them are native to their region. If you happened to be a foodie then the different types of Indian cuisine must be in your bucket list. But if you do not know about them, then do not worry because we are here to help you. In this article we will tell you about all the different types of Indian cuisines.

Adivasi cuisine

The adivasi cuisine is native to the tribal are of India. It is a very nutritious type of cuisine also very minimalist. This is due to the fact that tribal areas are usually remote areas where you can’t find a lot many resources even if it is food. But this does not compromise on the taste because this cuisine is packed with lip smacking taste and spices. The adivasi cuisine could be defined as a simple cuisine.

Malenadu cuisine

Malnad is a region of Karnataka which has its own cuisine called the malenadu cuisine. The highlight of this cuisine are the rich and flavorful curries that are made with different types of meats as their primary ingredient. Also one thing that this cuisine is famous for is the range of tangy and spicy pickles that it has. This cuisine also features a big variety of food that is cooked with steam.

Kashmiri cuisine

Kashmiri cuisine is a very rich sort of cuisine with vegetarian foods as the highlight of it. It is said to be originated by the pandits of Kashmir.