Indian cuisine is as diverse as the states of the nation. And it is no wonder that as you travel the length and breadth of India that you would find food that are heavily influenced by the people, spices and herbs that have ruled the palates of these people over centuries.
The stark difference in tastes in the north and south Indian variety is largely due to the mode of preparation and the varied use of spices native to those regions. But bringing a confluence of both the regional flavors is the distinct Hyderabadi cuisine, generally believed to be a princely legacy of the Nizams.
Hyderabad cuisine is seemingly a blend of Awadhi, Mughlai and tandoori laced with spices and herbs native to the areas surrounding the southern city. There is also an emphasis of coconut and tamarind, used generously in south Indian food, in its cuisine.
Right now nothing new, we will keep you posted for all Shadab related events.
- Indian Food Festival
4th & 5th April
from 7:30 PM to 11:30 PM
Venue - Consulate general of india Jeddah