October 27, 2021

From the western state of Uttar Pradesh, to the eastern states of Bihar and Haryana, to Gujarat, Kerala and Tamil Nadu, India, you’ll find dozens of varieties of Western food, including food from all corners of the globe.

The cuisine spans the centuries, and there’s a reason for this: Westerners have been cooking, eating and drinking the cuisine for hundreds of years.

This is the story of the cuisine that has been spreading in India for more than 1,000 years.

Read more about how the Western food diet has spread across the globe in our latest article on the Western foods we know and love.

Here are some of the most common foods that are common in India.

A traditional breakfast A traditional meal is made by a family sharing a bowl of rice, boiled vegetables and a piece of bread, according to Indian cuisine.

Read our guide to breakfast here.

A bowl of curry A typical meal in India is a bowl filled with rice, curry leaves, onions, garlic, spices and spices, and a spoonful of ketchup.

Read the story about Indian food in our guide here.

Fiery breakfast A typical breakfast in India might be topped with a piece or two of fish and a bowlful of fruit, according in Indian cuisine, according the Indian version of American food.

Read how this meal has changed over the centuries here.

Breakfast with a friend This is a traditional Indian breakfast, in which a family gathers together and eats with their friends, according a popular recipe.

Read all about the history of breakfast here!

Traditional breakfast The traditional Indian dinner is a breakfast with a dish such as lentils, a porridge, and gravy, according according to India’s Indian food culture.

Read about the traditional Indian dishes in our article on Indian cooking here.

Indian meatball A traditional Indian meal is a meatball topped with vegetables and peas, according this recipe from India.

Read over the recipe here.

Omelette with vegetables This is an Indian breakfast where the meal is served with vegetables, such as spinach, cucumber, radish, onion and tomatoes, according our guide.

Read an article on cooking vegetables in our cookbook here.

Paneer A paneer is a common Indian breakfast served with a plate of vegetables and some bread, or sometimes a fried potato, according with India’s traditional Indian food cultures.

Read a guide to Indian paneers here.

Beef soup A common Indian meal has a mixture of beef, peas, tomatoes, onion, lentils and peas.

Read this story on the history and history of beef soup in our book here.

Tandoori chicken curry This is made from chicken, lentil and lentils together with spices and garam masala, according India’s famous Indian cooking culture.

Learn how to make Tandoolee chicken curry here.

Vegetarian Indian meals are traditionally served with boiled potatoes, boiled veggies and lentil soup, according, according Indian food, according.

Read on how vegetarian Indian food has evolved over the years here.

Traditional breakfast with rice This is Indian breakfast with fresh rice and vegetables, according The Indian version, according here.

Read these stories about traditional Indian meals in our story about how Indian cooking has changed.

Indian food history in pictures Indian food is not just a cuisine.

It’s a way of life and a way to live.

As food has become a way for people to express their identity and express their culture, there have been many ways in which it has been adapted and adapted.

Read stories about how different cultures have used Indian food to celebrate their own culture.

Find out more about the different ways that Indian food can be eaten and shared in our pictures gallery of how Indians have eaten, cooked and lived over the past 1,400 years.