Another delight: North Indian Cuisine

Hello my dear readers,

And my mood of non taking photographs of my cooking continues…

And what do I do? I take some pictures from our eating out πŸ˜‰

Last weekend we’ve tried a new North Indian Cuisine restaurant near our home and I must admit that everything was super tasty…

I always liked Indian cuisine, I love the combination of spices πŸ˜‰

And of course when we talk about North Indian cuisine we start with Samosas Chat, crispy Indian puff stuffed with savoured potatoes, green peas and chickpeas.

Then we continue with Tandoori Chicken, tender fresh chicken marinated in cream & rare spices and barbecued in earthen clay oven.

I simply love it. It is so moist, and that combination of spices…yum.

Palak Paneer, cottage cheese cooked with spinach and dressed with stripes of ginger and plain Naan, is a must.

And we needed to try another specialty, Aloo Gobi, cauliflower specialty with potatoes. I don’t know what spices are in this dish but is heavenly delicious.

Oh my, what a dinner we had.

And of course we enjoyed everything with a good Indian KingFisher beer.

Now, I couldn’t leave the restaurant without a dessert. I had Gulab Jamun, Indian desserts made from milk powder, mawa made into balls and deep fried till golden brown, served in sugar syrup, but of course I’ve forgot to take a picture….I was too busy eating it πŸ€ͺ Well, at least I have an excuse to go back, right?

Now my Indian friends, I know that usually the Indian food as any other cuisine outside its country is not the same, but I would like to know your opinion. Are these dishes similar to the original ones prepared in North India?

I would love to hear from you, to improve my knowledge in this marvellous cuisine πŸ˜‰

In the meantime, I wish you all a lovely weekend and happy eating!

Bye bye for now.

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  1. I really crave the Tandoori chicken now 😭 never tried Indian cuisine but i know it’s a rich delicious cuisine and i really wish to have the chance one day to try it like the real one πŸ™ˆ Thank you for sharing dear~πŸ₯°πŸ’

    1. I guess tandoori chicken is my favorite way of eating chicken so far πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‹ Indian cuisine is really full of flavor πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‹ Try it one day! You’ll be amazed πŸ˜‰

  2. I’m glad you got to go to a restaurant! I haven’t been that brave. I cook so much anyway, that I’m used to it. All of India’s regional cuisines are wonderful to me. There’s nothing not to love – flavors, heat, texture…

    1. Here the situation seems ok and respecting all the safety distancing can enjoy a good dinner out πŸ˜‰
      Oh yes, all Indian’s food is super delicious and rich in flavor πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‰

  3. 😍Yummy Yummy😍 Wow you tried so much… I don’t eat both, which use to be my favourite food, until I discovered I can’t eat. But it’s a fantastic dish to eat, If you ever found a south indian cuisine do try ☺️ and let us know the varieties 😁 Briyani is a favourite south Indians dish and Dosa Idly Barotta as well 😁 that’s a lot of menu, let us know when you have tried πŸ˜‰πŸ‘Hope you are having ana amazing week… Weekend has come.. almost.. almost… so close 😸😸

    1. Briyani is very common here in Singapore but honestly I’ve never tried it…but I will give a try to the South Indian dishes for sure too πŸ˜‹ Thank you Simon for the advices πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‹
      Have a lovely week ahead! Weekend is close indeed πŸ˜ΉπŸŽ‰πŸ˜‰

  4. Food and the culinary variety is what is fascinating about our Country. From the sweetest Rosogolla in Kolkata to the Tandoori Chicken in Delhi and the Dosas down south. Its like a riot of flavours and colours. #MyWordsKraft

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