While every country has its unique cuisine culture and history, we Indians have a tendency to believe (very rightfully) that we can’t live without our favorites. After all, in this nation, no event, religious, personal, or otherwise, is complete without several dishes to enjoy with. Hence, we decided to introduce our new taste of Indian food through our Restaurant named as “Geschmack of Punjab” – Indian Restaurant in Stuttgart.
Let’s talk about the 5 facts you are unknown about Indian food and Indian Restaurant
- India is called as Spice Capital in the world
- Every Indian Dishes or foods are not spicy
- More than 200 dishes are available
- Most important – Indian are not vegetarian (not everyone)
- Reputation of the cook as well as restaurant is often based on the taste of their curry.
Geschmack of Punjab – Indian Restaurant in Stuttgart
Our Indian food is not the same as any other country’s national food. We have a vast collection of the traditions and dishes based on those traditions. Indian cuisines include foods from many areas of India. The four primary local varieties in Indian cooking are North, East, South, and West. India’s traditional food is well-known for its creative use of herbs and spices.
Our cooks are specialized and are passionate about cooking. We believe that our restaurant Geschmack of Punjab – Indian Restaurant in Stuttgart offers wide range of delicious Indian cuisines. Each Indian dish offered by us has its unique flavor and taste. Let’s see below few of our dishes.
1. Appetizers / Snacks
In Indian culture, the people or family always planned a particular meal for the whole day and Indian food is available in every corner of the city. We also thought to bring same idea by planning Indian Restaurant in Stuttgart so that people around Stuttgart could enjoy the taste of Punjab. Few of the snacks which are preferred most by Indians are as follow:
We offered 3 types of Pakora in our restaurant – Vegetable Pakora (vegan), Paneer Pakora (vegetarian), Chicken Pakor, Kingsprawn Pakora, Mix Pakora and Kingsprawn Pakora. Pakoras are crunchy deep-fried dollops stuffed with a particular batter (chicken, fish, veggies, or paneer) and served with chutney.
The samosa is another famous Indian street snack. Samosas are made with a spicy potato or meat filling that is coated in dough and deep fried till crunchy and fluffy.
Panipuri is a famous chew chaat made of a hollow, crispy-fried puffed ball filled with potatoes, chickpeas, onions, spices, and flavoring water, generally tamarind or mint, and placed into one’s mouth whole.
2. Side Dishes
Side dishes are a crucial element of every dinner, and the Indian food is rich with complementary tastes and presentations. They bring harmony, color, and cleanse the palette.
Our Indian Restaurant in Stuttgart offers 4 dishes in Raita – Aloo Raita, Bhoondi Raita, Kheera Raita, Mix Raita. This simple condiment, composed of yogurt studded with shredded vegetables and crushed spices, generally cumin, is used to chill and buffer heat with dishes such as Basmati rice.
Chutneys, from tamarind to mint, are a popular complement to appetizers such as masala dosa or samosa—many Indian families even blend their mint chutney with ketchup to consume with samosa or dahi bread. Mint Chutney, Mango Chutney and Imli Chutney are our offerings.
3. Main Course / Mittagessen
From area to region, simple Indian food with a tasty punch is the distinguishing element of Indian cuisine and hence bringing the same element in Stuttgart as Indian Restaurant in Stuttgart.
- Tikka Masala
Tikka is Hindi for “small bits,” while masala is a spice mixture. When little bits of anything, such as chicken, are cooked in a sauce with a specific spice combination, the dish is known as Chicken Tikka Masala. Similarly, when paneer is used in the play, it is referred to as Paneer Tikka Masala. The world-famous sauce used in tikka masala is mostly tomato-based, with cream or thick yogurt adding richness.
- Purri Chole
Chana (Chole) Masala: Chickpeas are known as chana or chole in Hindi. Chana masala is just chickpeas cooked with an onion, ginger, garlic, and garam masala sauce. This is a classic North Indian dish that is spicy and flavorful. It’s usually served with Bhature, a soft and flaky bread, or Kulcha, a baked, pillowy bread.
Indian food is distinct and beloved across the world. We can’t possibly exhaust the list of the most popular Indian cuisines enjoyed by people all over the world. Why are you waiting? Visit our Indian Restaurant in Stuttgart – Geschmack of Punjab