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1. A little About Chutney - You get the best chutneys when you use firm fruits, such as mangos, peaches, apples, apricots, plums, and tomatoes. You can also use dried fruits, later in the year when the fresh fruits are no longer in season. read more...

2. Cooking Indian Food at Home - You don’t need special equipment for Indian cookery, although I wouldn’t be without my electric coffee grinder (to grind spices) and it’s nice (but not necessary) to have the traditional dishes to serve your meal in. Other than that, you need a bit of patience and it’s fun to cook with a friend so that you can share the chopping and grinding or have someone read the recipe out to you step by step so you don’t go wrong in the middle. read more...

3. Curry it up Meals - Curries can be a combination of any number of different spices. You can combine up to 19-20 different spices to give special curry flavors. Besides mixing your own curries, special curry powders can be purchased and used in sauces, vegetables, prawn chowders, and soups. read more...

4. Indian Tandoori Cooking - Traditionally, tandoori dishes are cooked in a tandoor, an oval shaped clay oven with a small fire in the bottom. The heat rises gradually but ultimately reaches a much higher temperature than a barbeque. read more...

5. Garam Masala - The Spices of India - Garam masala is an essential ingredient in the cooking of the Punjab region of northern India. Loosely defined, "masala" is any blend of spices, and "garam" means hot. Generally, garam masala is added to the dish very shortly before serving to enhance flavor. Garam Masala is also an excellent rub for chicken and beef. read more...

6. Collection of Cooking and Kitchen Tips/Tricks to make your life easier

7. How to Wash Herbs - Wash herbs when you are ready to use them. Wash smaller amounts of herbs thoroughly under running water. Shake off moisture or spin dry in a salad spinner. Pat off any remaining moisture with clean paper towels. read more...

8. How to Cook the Perfect Rice - Perfectly cooked rice is tasty, light, and fluffy. The grains are distinct and tender but not mushy. Different rice cooks at different parameters; brown rice cooks longer than white, old rice can lose some of its moisture, requiring more water and a longer cooking time. read more...

9. Storing Spices and Herbs - Use the following guidelines for storing your spices and herbs to maintain maximum quality. To prevent flavor and color loss, avoid moisture, light, heat and air. read more...

10. When to Add Spices and Herbs - Adding fresh herbs during cooking. As a general rule, add fresh herbs near the end of the cooking time or just before serving as prolonged heating can cause flavor and aroma losses. read more...

11. Indian Cooking Utensils - Working with the right materials would yield to a right and successful work. This saying is also true in cooking. This means that when you have the right cooking utensils, you’ll most probably end up with a nice and delectable food. This goes for all cuisines, including the Indian cuisine. read more...

12. Popular Indian Festival Food - Indian festivals are important for people that is why the food should also be appropriate. And so, to be able to grasp the festival fully, one must bear in mind that preparing the right foods and preparing from the heart is important. read more...

13. North Indian Food and Cooking - More often than not, the North Indian cuisine is usually served with thick and tasty gravy. Although there are still some chillies that are included in the recipes, it often uses dairy products including paneer, milk, butter, cottage cheese, as well as yogurt. read more...

14. South Indian Food and Cooking - The southern part of India is composed of four different states. This includes Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala and Karnataka. Each state has something different to offer especially when people talk about the Indian recipes that they have. read more...

15. East Indian Food and Cooking - If you want to experience the hottest mix of non-vegetarian and vegetarian Indian recipes, then the best place to go to is the East India. read more...

16. West Indian Food and Cooking - The culinary traditions that are seen in the West Indian recipes were mostly molded by their culture that was built thousands of years ago. read more...

17. Indian Cuisine - Indian cuisine has a rich and varied history that has evolved from time immemorial. India is a land of strong religious and spiritual beliefs and so strong are these beliefs and the value systems attached to it that it has influenced and affected the India’s culinary history itself.

18. Spices Used in Indian Cooking - With a history of more than 700 decades that lured the ancient invaders to India, Indian spices still hold strong among the spices used in world cuisine, making Indian cooking rather unique and distinct from the rest.

19. Cooking Techniques in Indian Cuisine - Indian cuisine is easily one of the most popular cuisines around the globe. The culinary history of India borrows a lot of techniques and tastes from Central Asian, Arab and Persian cuisine.

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