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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!