May 02, 2016
We have come to the end of the series. It was a good run and I am more than happy to share with you all our day to day simple recipes. Based on my travel experience abroad, I realized that for foreigners, the non-Indians, North Indian and especially the Punjabi food is what they know when it comes to the Indian cuisine. At least in North east USA, there were a few but in Europe and especially in Munich there is none. The only South Indian restaurant that is popular is the Saravana Bhavan and it is just a handful. I know, when you have such a diversified cuisine with every state and every region having its own, its highly impractical to popularize everything. So I find this platform helpful to share the other gems of Indian cuisine, one at a time. So I started off at home and hope to continue this forever.
To end the series, I have a super hot soup kind of recipe - Rasam with pepper and cumin. It is more of a remedial kind. The much needed comfort when the weather is bizzare and you are down. A very simple and powerful recipe that has a soothing effect.