Spices are an essential component of Indian cuisine; they are also one of the main reasons people love this type of food so much.
India is known for its vibrant culture and its intrinsic tastes in herbs and spices through the food. Particularly in the eastern areas of the country, they are also renowned for their sweets.
Indian cuisine is one-of-a-kind. It is known – and beloved – throughout the world for its bold flavours and spicy dishes.
The healthiness of curry is something that many people debate, some firmly convinced it can be healthy and others that it is a fatty indulgence only to be enjoyed occasionally.
Dining etiquette is important in all countries, and the same is true in India where there are many traditions when it comes to food.
Rice is a leading food crop of the world; along with wheat and maize, they provide more than 50% of all calories consumed by the world's population!
Ever wondered about the origins of the classic dish Chicken Tikka Masala, and how it has become so popular in Britain? Find out here!
Have you ever wondered why curry tastes hot, though? Wonder no more as we have done the research for you to discover more about the science behind spice.
There is a wealth of amazing foods that have developed for the vegetarian diner as a result. So, what options are there for vegetarians?
In 2017 we know you will be wanting to explore a new host of amazing food and experiences, and we think curry should be at the top of this agenda!