Print Article
  BookMark Article

Author Login    Author Login

Existing members will have to use the lost password facility to get new username and new password

Welcome Guest! Please login or create an account.



If you do not have an account yet, you can register ( Here ), or you may retrieve a lost user/pass ( Here ).

Navigation    Navigation

   10 newest articles RSS

Author Highlights    Featured Author

Glasgow Bridal

"Creator & Founder of - a wedding directory for brides planning for..."

View My Bio & Articles

Shawn Borderstein

"I write about things I care about and I think people will be enticed by. I hope you enjoy..."

View My Bio & Articles

Pamela Rodgers

View My Bio & Articles

Other Websites    Websites of Interest

The Real Taste Of Indian Food From Spice Grill

Author : Amruta Pandya

Indian food is gaining importance all over the globe because of its tempting flavor, aroma and extensive variety. The use of all kinds of herbs and spices make it unique dish from the rest. There are also many medical values to the spices that are added to the Indian food preparation.

For instance Turmeric Powder is an important spice that is added to almost all the food preparation particularly for the poultry, fish and meat. Turmeric is a very good antibiotic, detoxifier, cancer fighting agent, painkiller, and also has anti-inflammatory properties. With many such medical properties it is not wonder that it is used in the Indian food preparations. Ginger that is used in many Indian foods is a very good remedy for liver complaints and many other problems. Other spices like cardamom, coriander, cumin, pepper, karipatta, and cloves have their special properties in healing certain conditions like headache, fever, intestinal disorders, nausea, and so on.

The addition of spices in the Indian food gives that unique flavor and color to the preparations and you also get the medicinal values out of it. Taking the right kind of Indian food will enhance your health, heals, soothes and refreshes you to a greater extent. The Indian medicine system, the Ayurveda uses these spices to heal certain conditions. The Indian spicy gravy that is part of many Indian foods contains a mix of all these spices and you get all the medicinal benefits of these spices when you eat those Indian foods. Certain spices are mixed together to form the 'masala' that is used in most of the Indian gravies. These 'masala' are used in the preparation of many side dishes that are used with the Indian bread, rice, and other vegetarian and non-vegetarian preparations. The combination of the different spices used in the Indian foods varies from region to region within India and this give the unique flavor for the dishes in that region. You have to visit the authentic Indian restaurants if you want to experience the real Indian food with the right proportions of spices in it.

Indian food consists of wide variety of recipes which includes North Indian food, South Indian food, Gujarati dish, Maharastrian dish, and many more. The culture of Indian food even in over seas is increasing day by day as people are now a days prefer health food in order for a healthy life style, which is fulfilled by the Indian food.

Author's Resource Box

Mr. G.S Chauhan started in the food and beverage industry back in the 80’s working for a well known name like the Maurya Sheraton in Delhi, India. Mr. Chauhan is a very passionate entrepreneur and is present at his place of work seven days a week. He is personally available for the guests and feed backs and suggestions you may have. Spice Grill is one of the best Indian restaurant in Parsippany.

Article Source:

Tags:   spicegrill, Spice Grill, Indian restaurant in Parsippany, Indian restaurant in NJ, Indian restaurant in New Jersey, restaurant in NJ, restaurant in New Jersey, restaurant in parsippany

Author RSS Feed   Author RSS Feed     Category RSS Feed   Category RSS Feed


  Rate This Article
Badly Written Offensive Content Spam
Bad Author Links Mis-spellings Bad Formatting
Bad Author Photo Good Article!




Submitted : 2011-07-23    Word Count : 489    Times Viewed: 543