Indian food!

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Truth7t7

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I love Indian food, it's so good. Samosas, pakoras, nun (flat tortilla?), soup, and just about anything I tried is good.

What are some of your favorite Indian dishes or recommendations?



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We have all you can eat buffets 11am-3pm for about $11 good, Love all of it!

Love that picture of samosa's, potato, peas, lots of cummin and spices good!

I love the Basmati Rice, covered with chicken tikka,in a curry masala sauce!

That sweet carrot pudding,oh yeah
 

tribesman

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Anyone who could elaborate on which cooking oil (not ghee) that generally serves indian food the best? Many would say peanut oil or even mustard oil. What say ye?
 

Ruby123

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Anyone who could elaborate on which cooking oil (not ghee) that generally serves indian food the best? Many would say peanut oil or even mustard oil. What say ye?
I think peanut or coconut oil but I just use olive oil for everything and it is fine.
 

tribesman

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I think peanut or coconut oil but I just use olive oil for everything and it is fine.
Really? Doesn't it get "too hot" and sort of stuck things? I use coconut oil mostly, sometimes peanut oil but also soya oil and corn oil even. Olive oil I really only use fresh.
 

Ruby123

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Really? Doesn't it get "too hot" and sort of stuck things? I use coconut oil mostly, sometimes peanut oil but also soya oil and corn oil even. Olive oil I really only use fresh.
I dont really have any problems with it and I think it is healthier than the others, less cholesterol.
 

Magenta

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Anyone who could elaborate on which cooking oil (not ghee) that generally serves
Indian food the best? Many would say peanut oil or even mustard oil. What say ye?
Here (<- link :)) is an informative page on the matter that I hope you and others will find helpful :D
 

shittim

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I've read that Safflower oil is great for wok cooking as it is light, hi-temp, and imparts no flavors. I use coconut as it is supposed to be healthy, our local Amish community has a grocery store where they package bulk foods for reasonable cost.