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Top 5 Myths About Indian Cuisine


Smita Chandra, the author of three Indian cookbooks and a recipe developer, busts some popular myths associated with Indian cuisine. For example, Indian food is believed to be hot and spicy. However, spicy does not necessarily mean hot. A combination of different spices go into the making of a good curry, but they are not necessarily hot. The heat comes from red chili peppers or cayenne pepper and ground black pepper.
Contributor: GeoBeats


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Try to always be a day ahead in your cooking. If you follow this rule, then, when you get home from work, the family dinner will be waiting for you, rather than everyone waiting on supper. While you are heating up the meal you can be preparing for the next, or you can wait until everyone is fed before working on tomorrow. This puts the power back into your own hands by allowing you to cook when it best suits you while eliminating the stress caused by rushing.


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