Blog – Cats, Dogs, Bees & Flies

You might wonder what kind of long and a non-descriptive name have we chosen to write our blog. Let us be clear, we are a foodie in our own right and reach wherever we smell good food and drink, mind you we said ‘SMELL’. Now Cats, Dogs, Bees and Flies too are all similar. They too smell, sense, sneak-in and eat. In this blog we talk about food, be it the fine-dine scene, street food, food kiosks, recipes, ancient food, and sometimes bad food too….

  • Which Wine Pairs Best With Which Indian Food?

    To assist all the food lovers travelling to India, Gastroutes has enlisted the right wines that are great to be paired with the top sumptuous Indian food. Good pairing does not enhance the taste of food only but it also brings out the right flavours of the food and would give you a unique culinary […]

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  • 5 Street Foods of Mumbai Which Every Gastronome Adores!

    Known for its cultural diversity, Mumbai is one such Indian city that every gastronome should keep on the priority list. A wide variety of tempting street food of this city would give you a unique culinary experience. Here is a quick look at the street foods of Mumbai that would tantalize your senses for sure. […]

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  • 9 Food Specialties of Different Indian States That Are Hard to Resist!

    India, a nation which is famous world-wide for its culture and rich heritage has been fast picking up the popularity of being a land with exotic food that can leave one craving for more. No wonder why most of the international recipe shows are turning towards Indian food. The unique Indian tadka (tempering) is all […]

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  • There was Nothing Indian about Indian Chillies……..

    As incredible as it may sound but it is true that there were no chillies in India till Europeans came here. This is an irony of sorts but now there are no chilies in the Europeans cuisines and there is hardly any Indian cuisine without chillies. Yes! One of the most disbelieving food related fact […]

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  • Some Tangy and Unknown Facts About Indian Chutney!

    An Indian meal without chutney in some form or the other is incomplete. This accompaniment crossed over and become so popular in England, that many people take it as an English invention. It originated in North India and the word ‘chutney’ is taken from ‘chatni’ that in turn is derived from the word ‘chatna’ which […]

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  • Different Sumptuous Flavours of Indian Biryanis That You Must Try!

    You begin to salivate just by the name of it! Don’t you? Not only Indians but the world goes gaga over this rice dish that tastes like heaven. But do you know that Indian Biryani has many flavours? The diversified variations of Biryani would leave you amazed. Here are the lip smacking versions of Indian […]

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  • Unknown Facts About Spiced Tea That You Would Love to Explore

    Indian beverage called ‘chai’ has countless variations and a huge fan base spanning all around the world. But, do you know that it was British who set up black tea plantations in Assam in 1835? Later, Indians have created their own versions of it, giving it a totally different form by adding milk, sweetener and […]

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  • Tempting Reasons to Take Delhi Street Food Walk in The Coming Season

    For the food lovers, the very cold weeks of Delhi has some compensation which gives them a reason good enough to take a stroll. You will find the market full of vibrant fruits, spinach, mustard leaves, peas, and carrots. Indeed, this is the best time to see the Indian food culture. A speciliaty of winter […]

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  • Rice Underwent a Dramatic Change in the Mughal Kitchen. Explore How and What…

    Rice is known to be a staple diet in India. The commonly eaten rice with lentils and veggies in India underwent a dramatic change in the Mughal Kitchen. Not only this, the well-known Islamic Turko-Persian biryanis were innovated differently by the addition of pepper, saffron, ginger and a wide range of other ingredients for the improvisation of flavour, aroma and taste.

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