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The Royal History of Indian Cuisine

How excited are you to learn about the history of the grand Indian cuisine? Western diners are definitely into Indian cuisine as there are believed to be 80,000 Indian restaurants in the USA alone, but surprisingly little is known about its cultural and religious history or the outside influences that have shaped it into what it is today.

Let’s dig deeper into the time and find out why Indian cuisine is special, its history and Barosa‘s part in carrying out the legacy.


The Influence of Other Cultures: The First Step Into The History 

Indian cuisine has a long, royal, and illustrious history dating back over 5000 years. Each region’s food is influenced by its specific customs, beliefs, and culture. Traditionally, Hindus were vegetarians, and Muslims ate meat dishes, but this is no longer the case, and food has no bounds.

Various civilizations and cooking techniques, such as Mongolian, Persian, and Chinese cuisine, have affected Indian cuisine over time. The particular combination of spices and herbs that invariably gives Indian cuisine its flavour and aroma has been consistent over the millennia.

The Difference in Culinary Practices Regionally

The history of Indian cuisine can also be seen through the different culinary practices that exist within different parts of India itself. The North, South, East, and West regions of India all have different cooking styles and renowned dishes.

The cuisine in North India, for example, is heavily influenced by the Mughal dynasty, which ruled for three centuries before British colonialism took place in the 1800s. In contrast, South Indian cuisine is generally considered to be much spicier and full of flavour.

How Popular is Indian Cuisine Globally?

Beginning in England, Indian food has spread around the world, with British officials returning from the colonies researching it, writing about it, and even establishing restaurants serving exotic delicacies. As a result, it gradually began to expand.

Although there exists no rule that says you have to know the history of the food you’re eating, we at Barosa think our readers will find the history of Indian cuisine fascinating. We think you would find how it became so popular in the 21st century as intriguing as we do!

Barosa Indian Kitchen & Bar  The Best of Indian Food

Customers are welcomed at Barosa Indian Kitchen & Bar with traditional Indian cuisine prepared with fresh, high-quality ingredients. Barosa has you covered whether you’re looking for a scrumptious curry or some good ol’ Butter Naan with Chicken.

There is a wide variety of food on our menu, from traditional local cuisine like Hyderabad Biryanis to trendy dishes like Lamb Chops. We offer both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes, as well as the famous Indian dishes you know and love.

Our objective is to bring you full-blown smiles by serving you Indian food made with love and cooked with the greatest quality ingredients on hygienic premises.

To make a reservation and taste our unique dishes for yourself, contact us for a delivery or drop in to have a wonderful meal.


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