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This beginner’s Indian pantry list will up your cooking game. Start with basic spices, lentils, rice, some canned tomatoes and you are ready to get cooking delicious Indian food!
Indian food is so good because of “the way flavors rub up against each other.” Influenced by Ayurveda each dish includes 6 elements of taste: bitter, heat, pungent, salty, sour, and sweet.
The world of Indian food is full of deliciousness: spicy, sweet, sour, hot, colorful, and textured. If you love Indian food I am here to help you get started. Once you absorb the rhythm of the steps, you will be making delicious dishes in no time.
Ginger and garlic paste is a building block of flavor in the Indian kitchen. With a little time and effort on your part, homemade paste ensures you will have a much tastier start to your dishes.
Homemade ghee is a luxurious way to build flavor with your cooking. It also allows you to control the quality of the butter, saving you some grocery dollars in the process, and with a healthier end result.
This is an ever-growing Indian Food Glossary provided to the readers of MyIndianStove. It will continue to grow over time as we add recipes and articles. Did you know that in India there are 122 major languages? Hindi is by far the biggest (420+ million speakers), with English second, plus there are over 1500 other minor languages. So yes, an Indian food dictionary is helpful.