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Mon Nov 14, 2005 1:49 pm

Why do most people like Indian Food.Also Chinese Food is preffered too.
Why is that.Is it the Spices.
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Mon Nov 14, 2005 1:50 pm

mmmmm Mel... gimme some Tandoori Chicken with Basmati rice and buttered naan and top that off with Fresh Lime soda and Jalebi's and i'll be a happy camper!

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Mon Nov 14, 2005 1:57 pm

Indian: Spices, richness
Chinese: Textures, freshness, spices, balance

I wouldn't say most enjoy it though. the old lemon chicken or Chop Suey are obviousely not really Chinese but are enjoyed by the masses who maybe don't enjoy the more authentic dishes. But I don't think these offer inviting flavours.

Same with Indian. There is definitely great culinary joy beyond Butter Chicken!
 
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Mon Nov 14, 2005 2:03 pm


Tried Chicken Tikka & Roti last night. It was Good.
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Mon Nov 14, 2005 2:18 pm

Dammit Mel, you're making me hungry! Too bad the Indian selection isn't great here.

Quoting KiwiinOz (Reply 2):
I wouldn't say most enjoy it though.

Thats true. One setback of Indian food is its spiciness (which I think is a positive). While our bodies are used to it, I've found a number of non-Indians who say that they like the food, but sometimes they can't handle the spice or potential heartburn that could come after.

I love North and South Indian food (even Gujju food that others love to make fun of). What I'm really craving right now is a good Mysore Dosa.  Smile
 
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Mon Nov 14, 2005 2:29 pm

Quoting Mdsh00 (Reply 4):
What I'm really craving right now is a good Mysore Dosa.


With Sambar & Chutney  biggrin 
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Mon Nov 14, 2005 2:45 pm

Quoting Mdsh00 (Reply 4):
I've found a number of non-Indians who say that they like the food, but sometimes they can't handle the spice or potential heartburn that could come after.

They are wusses  Silly I am a non-Desi and absolutely love Indian food (to say nothing of Chinese food, which is also great). I think what people like about Indian food is the pure satisfaction and richness that comes from the food while it is still made up of high quality, healthy ingrediants. I personally love food as spicy as one can make it, as I grew up in Southern California with Mexican chillis and salsas everywhere, along with Sri Lankan teachers who made curries from pure fire  wink 

BTW, the best Indian restaurant I have found is not in the UK, it is in Berlin, Germany.
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Mon Nov 14, 2005 3:20 pm

Not all Indian food is strongly spicy, some is quite mild, so there should be something to suit most tastes. Personally I prefer it to be spicy!
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Mon Nov 14, 2005 3:24 pm

Mmmmmmm, I looooove Indian food. Just two nights ago I had Palag Paneer with some steamed rice, it was delicious.
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Ever tried Chicken Biryani.  biggrin 
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Mon Nov 14, 2005 9:37 pm

Quoting Mdsh00 (Reply 4):
What I'm really craving right now is a good Mysore Dosa.

I love the ones prepared by road side vendors. Specially the guy outside Mithibai College, Mumbai. I make it a point to have it whenever I am passing through that area.

What about Pani Puri? I simply love the Pani Puris served at that restaurant near Dadar station(W), Mumbai. The one's at Bengali Sweets, Bengali Market, Delhi are also great.
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Mon Nov 14, 2005 9:39 pm

http://www.southindiancafe.com/images/thali.jpg

Next time try the Thali for Lunch.
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Mon Nov 14, 2005 9:39 pm

Ah. Our national food!  Wink

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Mon Nov 14, 2005 10:42 pm

I like Chicken Korma, although I find Tikka Masala very spicy. I cannot stand Vindaloo!!

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Quoting N1120A (Reply 6):
BTW, the best Indian restaurant I have found is not in the UK, it is in Berlin, Germany.

Best Indian food I have had so far, the most memorable is in Mumbai, a place called Western Hotel. Guju's who land in Mumbai and travel by car up are likely aware of it. Amazing food, the ambience sucks though.

p.s. the DHABA's(highway stalls for the non-desis) in Kutch are great.

Why do folks like Indian?
Simple, rich, got bite, and tastes good.

What's everyone fav?
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Tue Nov 15, 2005 4:28 am

I'm a fan of chicken tikka, and either nan or poori for bread.

There's a place near my apartment in NYC that is small and unknown, but very very good.

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Tue Nov 15, 2005 5:43 am

I've always wondered, when they want to go for a meal after a night on the beer, do Indians go for an English?  Wink


Actually, I believe that most Indian restaurants in the UK are run by Bangladeshis and that a lot of the dishes are different from what you get in India. They've been adapted to what the British prefer eg tikka masala.

I would rather have a curry than roast beef.
 
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What do Indians eat who are vegetarian? What special dishes do they have?
 
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Tue Nov 15, 2005 6:03 am

Quoting Saintsman (Reply 16):
Actually, I believe that most Indian restaurants in the UK are run by Bangladeshis and that a lot of the dishes are different from what you get in India. They've been adapted to what the British prefer eg tikka masala.

Most are Pakistani up this way.

We've got the famous Curry Mile as well in MAN. There are a few restauraunts on that strip which are excellent and very cheap compared to others in standalone locations. There is also a place in town which does an all-you-can-eat deal during the day, with one floor of Chinese and one of Indian food.

I think for every English restauraunt round here there are probably five Indian or South Asian ones!
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Tue Nov 15, 2005 6:08 am

Of course I can only speak for myself, but here goes:

1. It has TASTE damnit! Everything has taste - almost nothing (at least that I can think of) is bland.

2. The preparation is quite nice

3. The sensation that you get in your mouth when you put a good curry sauce in it is fantastic!

4. Here in England it's all over the place so not difficult to find. Love the vegetable somosas.
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Tue Nov 15, 2005 6:15 am

I'm not that big a fan of Chinese food actually.

Some of the things are very delicately prepared are very nice to eat...other things are just thrown into oil and brought out and served - no big deal.

I did enjoy dim sum whilst in Hong Kong though, that is probably my fav. chinese thing.
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Tue Nov 15, 2005 6:20 am

I think the beauty of Indian food is the variety of spices. Traditionally, those herb and spices were used as curatives for many ailments. The West is slowly beginning to understand the efficacy of herbs and spices to cure many ailments. So Indian food has a bit of science incorporated into it as well. And, like AirxLiban said:

Quoting AirxLiban (Reply 19):
It has TASTE damnit!

So not only does it taste good, eaten for prolonged periods of time, it actually has medicinal value. Nothing like a cold beer to wash down spicy Indian food.
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Tue Nov 15, 2005 8:18 am

Quoting B744F (Reply 17):
What do Indians eat who are vegetarian? What special dishes do they have?

Thats where Gujarati food comes in as a huge number of people from that area are vegetarian. You will never find meat in a dish from that area. However Indian food in general has a lot of options for vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike.

the usual favorites:
Mattar Paneer
Pani-Puri
Bhel
A whole array of South Indian foods
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Bring on the spice! Love it!

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Quoting B744F (Reply 17):
What do Indians eat who are vegetarian? What special dishes do they have?

Indian food is actually very vegetarian friendly. I don't if it's true anymore, but majority of Indian not long were vegetarians. Best if you want to try would be to go for a vegetarian thali. This consists of 2-3 curries, rice, indian bread, and a swett. Vegi indian food is the same spices and similliar procedure sans the mean. Only exception is the tandoori chicken, I haven't yet seen a vegetarian version of that.
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Quoting LH477 (Reply 24):
Only exception is the tandoori chicken, I haven't yet seen a vegetarian version of that.

It's actually not too hard to soak vegetables (usually sticking with onions and bellpeppers) and paneer (soft "cheese" cubes) in Tandoori marinade, put them on a skewer and grill 'em. Nothing like the meat but still really good.
 
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Quoting N1120A (Reply 6):
BTW, the best Indian restaurant I have found is not in the UK, it is in Berlin, Germany.

Where? Can we have name and address? Thanks...
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Tue Nov 15, 2005 6:32 pm

Quoting B744F (Reply 17):
What do Indians eat who are vegetarian? What special dishes do they have

The Thali is the most Famous def.
Apart from the Famous Dosa's down south.  Smile
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Wed Nov 16, 2005 1:41 am

I just love Indian food. Especially their snacks: samoosas, potato bondas, khachuris, masala vadai, bajis, mmmmm! There are a few excellent Indian eateries here in the Washington DC area. The vegetarian and non-vegetarian ones in Langley Park, Md. are top value for money!!!
 
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Wed Nov 16, 2005 1:50 am

Going home for a Chicken balti in about an hour.

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Wed Nov 16, 2005 2:22 am

I'll take Indian over Chinese any day. My favorites are Palak Paneer (spinach and cottage cheese), Aloo Matar (potatoes and peas), and Gobhi Paratha (flat bread stuffed with cauliflower) - all vegetarian, too, which is not my usual diet. I also use besan (chick pea flour) to coat chicken pieces for frying.

The unique spices are what does it for me, I guess.
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Can't stand Indian food.
Much prefer Chinese  Smile
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Quoting Gkirk (Reply 31):
Can't stand Indian food.
Much prefer Chinese

Coming from a Ned whose palate is about as refined as JGPH1A in a McDonald's drive-thru, I'm not surprised.  Wink
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Quoting Logan22L (Reply 32):
Coming from a Ned whose palate is about as refined as JGPH1A in a McDonald's drive-thru, I'm not surprised. Wink

Hoi, old man, just because you are so  old  and  grumpy  that you have to be fed through a tube, doesn't mean you can have a go at others!
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Wed Nov 16, 2005 2:47 am

Quoting HAWK21M (Thread starter):
Why do most people like Indian Food.Also Chinese Food is preffered too.
Why is that.Is it the Spices.

Either that or you guys put heroin in it, but it has got to be one of my worst cravings right now. I can't wait to get back to my favorite Indian restaurant in Burbank.  hypnotized 
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LOVE Indian food...

especially anything with Panir in it

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I liked most Indian food except for the desserts because I think the desserts tasted a bit weird. I like a range of curries including Korma, Madras, Balti. Naan bread with cheese and some corriander tastes very good and not to forget Piulau Rice which I usually get with my curry.
Havn't tried Vindaloo yet because when i ask for it they said it's not suitable for everyone so I get something else.

Are Vindaloo really that HOT?
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Quoting Aer Lingus (Reply 36):
Havn't tried Vindaloo yet because when i ask for it they said it's not suitable for everyone so I get something else.

Are Vindaloo really that HOT?

That is EXACTLY what happened to me the other day! The Indian server insisted that I order something else on the menu, and said I will not be able to eat the food if I ordered "vindaloo". I said, no, I do like hot food. He was however VERY adamant that I order something else. I ended up ordering a spicy lamb dish.
 
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Last night tried out Pav Bhaji  bigthumbsup 
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As much as it pains me to say it, because I've had to pass over a number of otherwise delicious-looking dishes over the years, there's an herb in Indian curries that makes me nearly gag--fenugreek. People have tried to hide curry powder in mayonnaise spread onto a sandwich, but I can smell it before I bite into it.

Luckily, I adore tandoori chicken, so there's something I can eat when we decide to go for Indian food. Thai curries don't have fenugreek in them, and I wish I'd discovered them long before I did!
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Wed Nov 16, 2005 11:39 pm

Mel,

Just like yesterday sitiing in work this thread along with your pic's etc have me craving for food and dying to get home.

Thanks a bunch mate  laughing 

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My absolute all-time favourite is Lamb Vindaloo. If possible combined with Mateus Rose wine. Close such a meal with a Lebanese Arak, and all is OK !
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LOVE IT!!!!

Idli Sambhar, uttapam and chutney......Mmmm

I'm hungry, thanks.

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Thu Nov 17, 2005 2:37 am

Quoting EI747SYDNEY (Reply 40):
have me craving for food and dying to get home

Think of the Brighter side.....You'll enjoy eating your dinner.


Mine was Tandori chicken & Roti. an hour ago.

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Quoting Banco (Reply 12):
Ah. Our national food!

and I thought, your national food to be fish&chips ?!  duck 

Quoting Noelg (Reply 13):
I cannot stand Vindaloo!!

why ?  worried 

Quoting Aer Lingus (Reply 36):
Are Vindaloo really that HOT?

it IS fairly hot, true. But it has the most delicious flavour. And, to say it again, Lamb Vindaloo for sure is my absolute favourite  yummy   yummy   yes 
 
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Thu Nov 17, 2005 6:35 am

I never really cared for India food that much. I'd prefer Chinese over it any day.
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Quoting HAWK21M (Reply 38):
Last night tried out Pav Bhaji

Pavvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv Bhajiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.

Mouth is watering! I love pav bhaji.........Unfortunately, haven't been able to
find an establishment that make pav hbahi outhere.

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Lamb Dhansaak (medium/hot, sweet & sour with lentils and tomato and a thick sauce)

Pilau Rice
Tarka Dhaal
Peshawari Naan
Saag Bhaji
Poppadums
Mango chutney
Hot lime pickle
Mint Raita

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Tried Idli Vada Sambar for Breakfast at the Airport Canteen this Morning  bigthumbsup 
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Thu Nov 17, 2005 11:59 pm

Quoting Noelg (Reply 13):
although I find Tikka Masala very spicy.

Wow, if you find that spicy, you will find carrots spicy.  Silly

Quoting B744F (Reply 17):
What do Indians eat who are vegetarian? What special dishes do they have?

Too many to name. There are likely more vegetarian dishes than meat containing ones, and they are all amazing. And remember, dal , dal and more dal.

Quoting N229NW (Reply 26):
Quoting N1120A (Reply 6):
BTW, the best Indian restaurant I have found is not in the UK, it is in Berlin, Germany.


Where? Can we have name and address? Thanks...

Not sure of the address, but it is on Oranienburger Strasse, very close to the intersection of Oranienburger Strasse and Friedrich Strasse. It is across the street from the big outdoor bar.
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