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Cooking The Indian Way

cooking the indian way
  • the act of preparing something (as food) by the application of heat; "cooking can be a great art"; "people are needed who have experience in cookery"; "he left the preparation of meals to his wife"
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  • The process of preparing food by heating it
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indian arrival day exhibition 1
indian arrival day exhibition 1
Indian Arrival Day is celebrated in Trinidad and Tobago on May 30, to commemorate the arrival of indentured labourers from India, beginning in 1845, on the Fatel Razack. More than 40% of the population is of Indian descent, and one significant contribution to T&T history and culture has been in the way of food. Rotis, doubles, sweets, curry etc. This is part of the current display at the Piarco International airport in Trinidad, in commemoration of Indian Arrival Day. These are some traditional cooking implements. Tawah - flat round metal griddle for cooking rotis (or toasting bread!) Chulha - clay fireside Jatta - for grinding corn Dabla - 2 paddles used for turning and beating the roti on the tawah Dhal Ghutni - wooden swizzle stick, perfect for mashing the blending the dhal (yellow split peas) into the liquid form Lorha and Silh - like a mortar and pestle for grinding spices and herbs
Cooking Thali at korim - Goa
Cooking Thali at korim - Goa
Indian cooking is not spicy but it has a lot of diferent spices in it. The dough is a basic mix of flour, salt and water that makes up the Chapati, or Roti as it's sometimes called. If you go way up north in Goa there's a small beach called Korim. There's not many people there but the beach is beautiful and there are some amazing rocks of to the left. Take you scooter and do a day trip it's worth it, and the food we got was some of the best we had in Goa!

cooking the indian way
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