Cooking Basics ~ Create Your Own Regional Feasts of India

The beauty of living in America is its diversity. Especially its food diversity. It may be the same for other countries as well. But the USA is my home so my “opinions” via my food or foodie experiences can be spoken with authority. Or at least, with a reasonable amount of certainty. :)

World cuisine can be experienced almost anywhere in the United States as there are certain to be restaurants to suit your flavor palate or perhaps to satisfy your longing for the “tastes of home”, as you may have emigrated to the States.

There was once a time when finding certain herbs and spices at your local grocery store was almost impossible. You had to shop at a specialty store. But that’s not the case these days. In most cities, you can now find them at a grocery store. But what is even better is that you can now shop online and have them delivered right to your door.

Here is an example. Do you like Indian food or have a yearning for some home cooked Indian cuisine? You will probably appreciate this product.

Shanti’s Spice Box

Use 30 Indian spices, packed in proportion to use, freshly packaged,
and create your own regional feasts of India.

Shanti’s Spice Box is designed to be used with this Indian cookbook.

Ajanta, Regional Feasts of India.

Author, Lachu Moorjani, was born in the state of Sind, India, which later became Pakistan, and later immigrated to the United States. Though formally trained in engineering, he decided enter the restaurant business in 1987, opening New Delhi Junction, a small restaurant in Berkeley, California. In 1993, he sold New Delhi Junction and opened Ajanta.

Ajanta’s ever-changing menu boasts a wide range of creative dishes from the various regions of India. This cookbook is organized by region and introduces you to the extraordinary cuisines and flavors of India, and features the diverse specialties of each region.

A sampling of the recipes include: Tandoori Portobello Mushrooms, Khumbi Pakora, Tamil Lamb Curry, Palak Paneer (Spinach and Paneer Cheese in Spices), and Chicken Biriyani.

Doesn’t it sound wonderful?

Additional Links of Interest

Diet and Nutrition Should Be Flavorful and Healthy

* The importance of food diversity | LiveWell for LIFE

* Cultural Food Diversity Program | Nutrition Education Program

* Index to Measure Healthy Food Diversity | The Journal of Nutrition

* Indian Food Diversity | Humanium

* Indian Food – Myth or Fact

* The India-Africa Cooking Connection

Fun Gift Ideas

Funny “INDIAN COOK” Apron; One Size Fits Most – Medium Length Kitchen Aprons for Men, Women, Teen, & Kids (Unisex)

I Love Indian Food Apron, Cuisine of India, great foodie gourmet gift with wrapping & gift message service available

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  1. Gypzeerose

    I love Indian foods, and the spices are absolutely the most important part. Thanks for providing us with a great way to get the Indian spices easily.

  2. You are right! Getting international ingredients like Indian spices and cooking essential has become a lot easier in these 10 years.

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