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Why Indians are the best food innovators?

Why Indians are the best food innovators?

Have you recently heard about “golden latte” and how beneficial it is for health? Well, that is just “haldi doodh”, which we Indians have been consuming for centuries! That is not food innovation for us but for the rest of the world. However, it is interesting to see how we Indians use a single food ingredient in so much variety that it turns out to be an innovative approach. Let us look at some food items that Indian have tried and succeeded to tickle the taste buds!

  1. Samosa: Somewhere, someone must have been eating samosa daily and got bored with the usual; the person then decided to make samosa chaat by crushing it and adding yoghurt, chutneys, etc. Then he tried a samosa sandwich, replaced aloo masala with noodles and so on! The variety of samosa and samosa dishes can sweep any Indian by its feet! A confession: we just made up a story of a person eating samosa daily. Don’t try this stunt at home, please, for health reasons.
  1. Sev or pakodi/besan boondi: There is no dish, NO DISH, in India that is offered without sprinkling sev or boondi over it. Be it Raita, chaat papdi ot gol gappe. At many places, local burger vendors also use sev in burgers and sandwiches. To spice up lunch or dinner, many people also make sev sabji! You can try different sevs to try many things at home or simple mix it in poha. Must-try sev flavours are Double Laung Sev, Ratlami Sev and Ujjaini Sev.
  1. Bread: Of course, bread isn’t an Indian thing, but the way we use bread, nobody else in the world does! Making sandwich of anything is pretty common. People do it all the time. If masala material is missing, just spred some cheese and chips and tada! Sandwich is ready. But in various parts of India you can see people making bread poha, bread halwa, bread shahi tukda, and so many other things which are beyond our imagination.

Getting the material for food innovation

While you can buy samosa and bread from your nearby shop, we suggest buying freshly made items, especially sev. A stale sev loses its flavour and doesn’t add anything to the food that you are eating. Packaged sevs aren’t same as freshly made sev. But there is no need to worry because you can buy freshly made indore sev online from Indore.Online. And let us tell you, fresh sev tastes like heaven!

So log on to Indore.Online and access the food heaven!

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Snacks that make your tea delicious

Snacks that make your tea delicious

India loves chai! While most may not know it consciously, but it works like a medicine for many of us. When the day is not going well, a cup of tea can make it better, and if it is going well, a cup of tea makes it even more amazing. So, good or bad, a cup of chai is what keeps us going. Even though chai or tea is not originally Indian, we have embraced this British beverage wholeheartedly. We have special snacks that only go with tea and enhance our relationship with our beloved tea. Let’s look at some snack that is extremely popular to go with tea:

1. Rusk: Yes, we agree most of us have seen our grandparents or parents combining rusk with tea, and we are more of a “pass me a nacho” generation, but trust us on this rusk is one of the most amazing snacks to go with tea. Its light flavour is a perfect fit. Moreover, there are many options such as Milk Rusk, Suji Rusk, Elaichi Rusk, Jeera Rusk, etc. An add on tip – try rusks from Indore to experience the rich flavour.

Milk Rusk

2. Khari: Kahri is a traditional Indian snack known by different names in different places. In North Indian states, it is known as puff, and in other states, it is mostly known as Khari. Whatever you want to call it, but we call it a super tasty snack! It is healthy since it is baked and very light as well. Again, you can find so many flavours such as Loung Khari, Ajwain Khari, jeera Khari and many more.

3. Sev or namkeen: As much as India loves chai, it loves sev. They are super healthy and so delicious that it is hard to stop at just a few bites. Its combo with tea further adds richness and makes it a flavour bomb. You can try Double Laung Sev, Ratlami Sev and Ujjaini Sev with your tea to experience the awesomeness.

 

Indore Sev namkeen

Tea break snacks from Indore

If you are a sucker for a snack, it would be hard for you to stay away from the flavour of Indore. With the blend of the right amount of chillies and other spices, Indore makes the best-tasting snacks. But, don’t worry! You don’t have to travel to Indore to get some tea break snacks. You can order them from the comfort of your home. Simply log on to Indore.Online, select your favourite snacks and maybe more, and they will be delivered to you at light speed!

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Ujjaini Sev

5 must-try Indori food before you die

Hey Foodies, are you enticed by the sights and smells of the humble street food then Indore is just the right place for you. This buzzing city should be named India's foodie capital as it has the power to tickle your taste buds with delicious Indori poha, moong dal papad, and kadhai jalebis. It is a heaven for vegetarian street food lovers. The city is impressive and turns into a gastronome paradise at night. It is right here that the street food is an amalgamation of cuisines from Maharashtra, Rajasthan, and Gujarat. Here are 5 must-try Indori food before you die:

Poha with Jeeravan: This Poha is not just the ordinary one with rice flakes, but it is an extremely flavourful version that you must try out. Indori poha with Jeeravan masala tastes amazing with fennel seeds in the tempering and generous dollops of Ratlami sev namkeen, onions, and pomegranate. You can buy Indori poha online and relish the same taste in your own kitchen. 

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Ratlami/Ujjaini Sev: This is a popular crispy and savoury dish from Ratlam in MP that is more than 136 years old. You can enjoy the dish, plain with a hot cup of tea or as a side dish. This is great for festivals, and get-togethers and almost everyone loves Ujjaini Sev. You can order Indore famous namkeen online and try this crunchy and spicy mixture.

Ratlami Sev Online

Kachori and kachri chutney: There are several must-try kachori places in Indore for those who love these spicy balls stuffed with different fillings and deep-fried. Enjoy Kachori with Kachri chutney in several different places while in the city. Chutney is made from wild berries and tastes heavenly. 

Kachri ki Chutney

Khichiya and other papads: Khichiya papad, moong dal papad, and chana dal papad are one of the most popular papads in Indore and almost everyone loves them. They are eaten as a snack or side dish along with the main meal. These papads can be stored for a long time, and they are a must-try Indori food. 

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Indori sweets - gulab jamun and jalebi: You can enjoy delicious Indori sweets like jalebi and gulab jamun. Jalebi is coil sweet crispy fried, and dipped in sugar and taste amazing with poha. Gulab Jamun is one of the most delicious sweets of Indore, and you can taste this delicacy on the stalls along Chappan Dukan. You can also order instant gulab jamun mix or instant jalebi mix online and enjoy this sweet delight anytime.

Don’t miss a visit to the Chhappan Dukan and Sarrafa Bazaar to relish these special foods from Indore. Satisfy your taste buds with the above-listed Indore street food on your next visit to the city! 

Can’t visit Indore? – no problem

Get authentic Indori snacks online from Indore.Online. The best part is we source everything from Indore, and it has a short expiry time, meaning everything you buy from us is 100% fresh! From masala to jalebi mix, ready-to-eat kachories to poha and bafla atta, you can buy anything indori from Indore.Online. 

Have fun, peeps!

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