Why have we resorted to cooking 2 minutes noodles and frozen foods when there are so many easy recipes on the net? Indian recipes are cumbersome? Says who? Today you one can find numerous easy recipes on the net which are also fun and interesting. Today Indian food recipes are easily available on the net. In fact you get a wide range to choose, from Indian curry recipes to Indian dessert recipes; all cornered under one roof. A lot of traditional recipes are also available online. Moreover, there are a lot of healthy recipes in traditional Indian cooking, too. So if you feel, you are on the healthier side, you still don’t have to worry. There are options wide open for you.
If you are a vegetarian, you have a lot to choose from too as the ineternet is literally flooding with vegetarian recipes that ranges from the basic pickle recipes, to chaat, koftas, dosas, and Jain and Punjabi delicacies like aloo mutter and malai paneer.
Of course, if you are a non-vegetarian, you need not be disappointed as well. There are some tasty and quick recipes in non vegetarian cuisine, too. The sea food recipes range from Goan to Malabar to Bengali preparations; all you need to do is just log in, search and act! Three simple steps to great cooking.
If you thought, you’ll give excuse of time and prepare just one monotonous chicken recipe, the think twice! Chicken, too, can be prepared in so many different ways. There are a lot of easy chicken recipes available online. Murg Biryani, Kebabs, Curries-there’s a lot to choose from! One has to just decide what is to be cooked and there you are bombarded with endless online recipes.
Indian dessert recipes, too, vary like the main course. Every region has its own peculiar sweet dish ranging from the Kansar of Gujarat, to the Mysore pak of Karnataka to the Sandesh of Bengal.
Cooking Indian food is a lot easier these days and there’s a lot to discover. Indian food, cuisine, the country itself, is diverse and there is a lot to find from Mughlai to South Indian to Guajarati to coastal food. So the next time you decide to cook, try cooking something Indian. It’s just a click away!