Anyone who has travelled for food in India will know that flavours and ingredients change almost every 100 kms. We pick some of these regional cuisines of South India.
Naga food features a host of regional ingredients as well as highlighting the people's love for smoked meat, bamboo shoots, chillies, pumpkin flowers and more.
The food in all the regions of Uttarakhand (Uttaranchal) remains simple, basic fare. Whatever is locally grown is consumed, which are now being deemed as superfoods.
These lesser-known Indian spices deserve more credit. Make space in your spice cabinet for these spices and enhance your cooking with a bang of flavours.
We were delightfully surprised while dining at Arth in Mumbai that not only serves regional Indian food in a totally new avatar but also a unique colour-changing cocktail which they call The Chameleon.