The Sweets, Chaat, And Namkeen Syndrome -pullip

Food-and-Drink Think of an evening in an Indian home or an Indian restaurant. You will only find the residents or guests at the restaurants luxuriating in some fun talk and relishing any of sweets, chaat, snacks, namkeen, or other light foods. The very utterance of yummy and regional snack foods not to mention Indian sweets will only let your mouth water. There is no individual who can resist the temptation of having any of the aforesaid food items. Here is a list of the most popular food items that are served in many a restaurant in India: Namkeen: Khatta meetha, khoka bhujia, matar masala, moong daal, navratan mixture, peanut masala, aloo bhujia, ratlami sev, peanuts, badam lacha, bikeneri bhujia, chana masala, cornflakes mixture, dal moth, ganthiya, kaju mixture, kashmiri mixture Chaat: Dahi bhalla, paneer masala chilla, and papri chaat, aloo tikki, kachori with sabji, paneer tikka, raj kachori, bhalla papri, lachha tokri, pani puri, bhel puri, matar kulcha, pao bhaji Premium Indian sweets: Anjeer chikki, badam burfi, badam jalebi, badam roll, badam tirangi, casatta, dry fruit chakkar, dry fruit cutlet, honeydew, kaju apple, kaju burfi, kaju dil khush, kaju gujia, kaju kalash, kaju kesar, kaju lemon, kaju pan, kaju roll, kaju samosa, kaju shahi, kashmiri burfi, pista gul, pista launj Traditional Indian sweets: sev badam, special gujia, kesar gujia, dhoda, banarasi laddoo, shahi laddoo, special Karachi halwa, besan laddoo, dhoda kaju, moti pak, shahi pinni, atta laddoo, coconut barfi, patisa, gondh laddoo, sohan halwai, balu shahi, dal barfi, kesar coconut barfi Indian sweets prepared from milk: Chhena murki, chocolate burfi, gulab jamun, gulukand burfi, kesar peda, khoya burfi, kala jamun, kalakand, kheer kadam, khoya gilori, khoya kesar, lal peda, meva bati, milk burfi, milk cake, pista burfi, safed peda, sangam burfi, shahi chocolate, til buggha. The aforesaid varieties are only a partial list of Indian sweets, namkeen, and other food items. The Indians fervent love for chaat like pani puri, etc. besides namkeen items often find mention in many reviews on web. Foreign tourists have highly appreciated the taste, tanginess, spiciness, etc. of the various chaat items with pani puri finding special mention in their travelogues. You wont find any busy lane in a city or town market without a chaat stall. With the spreading awareness about intake of hygienic food and with chaat items being sold at brand food outlets, health conscious individuals prefer having these tangy items at the outlets rather than at roadside stalls. Tea and coffee are hardly taken without ac.paniment of namkeen items in many an Indian home. A research as proven the fact that having the hot beverages without any ac.paniment only affects the digestive system. It is but true that you get relieved of your stress with a few sips no matter what the time of the day or night is. This is the reason why it is either sweets or namkeen or both or some snacks that are served with hot beverages in Indian homes. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: