A perfect combination and proportion of spices, the right ones, lends a unique flavor to each of the dishes doled out in an Indian menu. You will get lots of Mangonui restaurants that specialize in Indian cuisine. For the newbie, Indian cuisine may be a risk due to the high possibility of its recipes being fiery. One wrong choice and you may end up burning up that one feeling that you wanted to give a treat – your appetite.
Indian food has a wide range of dishes that have some recipe for every taste bud. But when visiting Mangonui restaurants, you may get confused, and on ordering the wrong dish, you may get a bad experience. The following common in Indian restaurant food menu.
The king of rice recipes, the biryani is an exotic rice dish that is truly Indian- condiments, spices, and vegetables or meat (lab or chicken) mixed into the perfect blend and mixed with rice to create an aromatic, not-so-spicy dish that may leave you asking for more. Make sure to include a Biryani in your order.
Bhurji: This term means in ‘scrambled’ in English, and the dish associated with this term will be dry. Bhurji is a hot dish, and you may try this one only if you want to test your taste.
Achaar meaning pickle denotes that the recipe is made with the term Achaari in it would include spices that are used in making Achaar or pickle. Assume cumin, turmeric, chilies, coriander, mustard and chilies to be present in a dish with the name Achari.
Masala is synonymous to spicy. Therefore, any dish that has masala in it has to be spicy; the spices that are used in the recipe differ from chef to chef. So if you wish to have this dish, tell the chef to reduce the chili portion while preparing the dish.
Shahi means ‘royal’ which denotes that the recipe made with this tag has to be rich in spices, ghee, and cream. This means you get a dish that is heavy on the tummy.
Know the taste of your palate and then decide about which kind of food taste would suit your taste buds.