Modern Era in Indian Food emerged between the years 1800 - 1947 AD. This was the period of the British rule in India and English cuisine influenced Indian food a lot. The British preferred the elaborate way of eating style of India and developed the taste of "curry" as well as the concept of simple spice. This period resulted in the emergence of the Anglo-Indian cuisine. The post-independence period changed Indian eating style a lot. Sub-continental cuisine developed as Indian land mass was divided into several countries such as Pakistan and Bangladesh.
Thus the cooking style of India indicated a fusion of the west and the east. Modern Era in Indian Food has introduced spectacular palette of foods. India's richness is reflected in culture and resources. The culinary perspective has been developing gradually. Thus Indian cuisine gained popularity across the globe. Both vegetarian and non vegetarian food of India is served at the restaurants all over the world.
Modern Era in Indian Food includes food such as Chicken tikka masala, Butter Chicken or Murgh Makhani are some of the popular dish in Western countries and Arab world. Indian cuisine is popular in South East Asia and as well strongly influenced by the region local cuisines. Malaysian cooking styles have influenced the Indian style of cooking. During the 19-century, Malay food created a major charm on the Indian food. Other cuisines that had created influences on the Indian culinary include: Vietnamese cuisine, Indonesian cuisine and Thai cuisine.
India is a country which mingles with other culture very easily. Modern Era in Indian Food includes an assortment of different cooking style, influenced by various traditions and culture. Every state has its own style of cooking and most have their own recipes. In addition to that the Indian Food in the modern era unifies all dishes and is presented with characteristic fragrance and flavor.
(Last Updated on : 24-01-2009)
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