Kerala cuisine has an abundance of coconut, rice, tapioca and spices like black pepper, cloves, cinnamon and ginger. The Portuguese introduced cassava, now widely eaten in Kerala. Kerala cuisine also features a lot of sea food like fish, prawns, mussels and crabs because of its long coastline. Compliment your meals by serving them on a banana leaf paper to get the ultimate experience.
LET'S VISIT PAKISTAN
When describing Pakistani cuisine, it’s almost natural to compare it to Indian cuisine. But Pakistani cuisine itself is as complex and varied. Pakistan is famous for its Moghul-inspired cuisine such as pulaos, biryanis, kababs, and kormas. In contrast with India, Pakistan is known for its heavier use of meat.
WALKING THE STREETS OF NORTH INDIA
If you consider a complete North Indian meal, there are several enriching textures on a single plate. This is what makes it so delicious and ‘wholesome’. There’s softness, crisp texture, mouth-melting dishes, rich use of spices, and much more. If you are someone who likes sharp flavours, enjoys complexity in food and is a fan of aromatic spices, then North Indian cuisine is the perfect one for you.
North Indian Cuisine
HOW ABOUT SOMETHING FROM
TAMIL NADU ?
Tamil Nadu is a state with many delightful dishes. The versatility of its cuisine is a reflection of the different cultures that amalgamate to form the expansive state. From tamarind pulp to coconut to red chillies, everything used in Tamil cuisine creates an unforgettable taste on your palate.