A lot can be said about the gastronomy of India. Its diverse, colorful, spicy and utterly delicious. Indian cuisine is an ancient cuisine, branching off in different directions with each state bringing its own unique flavour. Spend decadent few days eating your way through India via Culinary Tours. Curries are prevalent across the country. While North Indians seek lentils, vegetable curries to non-vegetarian curries, on South side natives crave for coconut-infused coastal curries and a tangy vegetable curry called sambhar. We will see that you leave with more than a contented appetite. A cooking lesson and a bag full of dry Indian snacks are called for.
Indian cuisine is a mlange of two kinds of households peasant and royalty. Today this diverse, vibrant cuisine is a mish-mash of recipes handpicked from kitchens of the kings and his people. Through Culinary Tours, we will take you on a gastronomic journey across India, introducing you to its regional cuisines and its cooking styles. When in South India, sail on a houseboat, learning the tricks of an Indian kitchen before sitting down for a lavish coastal meal. Stroll through the markets of North India, choosing your ingredients and then enjoying a luxurious regional curry meal with your friends.
Culinary Tours is where you will learn and experience the magic of spices. Ride on a houseboat, cruising the lovely backwaters of Kerala, touching Southern gems like Kochi, Periyar, Kumarakom and eating through their regional food like a true native. You will find cuisine of South India infused by the sea, local produce and even the traditions. North India is sharp contrast to the South. Here Mughal, Rajasthani and Punjabi influence can be seen on the regional foods. Curries bursting with spices and local produce are consumed religiously by the natives. Culinary Tours will leave you with a better insight of Indian cuisine and a bag full of Indian snacks your friends will love.
As India has myriad of communities, the travellers get to experience a variety of cooking styles as each state has a typical cuisine with unique features. From beverages to main courses to curries to desserts, the tourists get to savour a wide array of cuisines and food options throughout the country. During the culinary tour in India, the tourists will taste the food from both the bustling streets as well as the calm rural countryside that is not touched by modernity. The Indian cuisine changes with every topographical turn, so the tourists get to experience the delicacies of Mughal, Rajasthani, Gujrati, South Indian and Portuguese flavours along with some cultural glimpses. It takes the travellers on a gastronomical journey as they hop from one Indian menu to another and cherish the flavourful cuisines in different parts of the country.