Indian Food | Part - 4

Pakora is a spicy Indian appetizer of baked, boiled vegetables, such as cauliflower, and eggplant (aubergine). Even though this is a typical Indian snack bar, which can be easily found in many corners of the streets, that they may also be made at home. Traditional pakoras are the most popular in springtime, when the residents to enjoy fried foods to celebrate the season. 

For the entree, and it comes in many variations, but typically it is made with two main ingredients, potatoes and other vegetables and meats to choose from, which are then dipped into flour and deep fried in pure ghee. Pakoras are usually seasoned with turmeric, salt, chili pepper, or other spices. 


Kima is a stew that is typically prepared as a curry made using ingredients like ground beef, or instagram, green peas, potato, ginger, red pepper, onions, ghee, garlic, and garam masala spice. The name of the dish means a cut in Urdu. While kima is the most popular in the Northern part of India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh, there are some who believe that this is a dish of Persian origin, is due to the fact that, for the first time I was introduced to it as a recipe, in the Ain-I-Akbari (a document of the empire, the Emperor Akbar). 

That is usually served as a main course, followed by a paw bread or naan and other breads. It can also be used as a fill for the island and the paratas.

Pulihora is a popular South Indian dish which can be easily found in Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. It is made of rice, turmeric, tamarind, curry leaves, coriander, ginger, green chili. Additionally, you can choose to add the yellow lentil, fried, instagram, powder, and mustard seeds, and for the improvement of the already rich flavor of the dish. 

It is usually made for the holidays, and yellow from turmeric (curcuma), is considered to be sacred and a symbol for the celebration of events in this life of the world. The word bullets in his name it is sour, but the sharp taste of the dish. However, it's spicy, and salty flavors that are also present in the dish, balanced with the sourness.

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