Indian Foods Guide is a brand new site dedicated to Indian Food. We have a large collection of Indian Grocery Stores, Indian Restaurants, Indian Recipes, Indian Food Blogs, Indian Cooking videos and articles centered around Indian cooking. This site is getting popular with each passing day and we are constantly striving to add new listings and new content.
We have over 3000 grocery stores in 25 countries, 18,000 restaurants around the world and our database is constantly growing. We all almost about to hit 10,000 Likes on our Facebook page as well.
If you own an Indian Restaurant, an Indian Grocery Store or a blog related to Indian food, you are entitled to your own free listing on this website. Think of this as a free ad for you. You have the following options for registering your site
1. Registered Listing - If you register on this site, you can submit your entries, add images and make changes all on your own.
2. Unregistered Listing - You can submit your listing but you cannot edit it.
3. Claim Your Site - If you site or business is already listed, you can claim your site. Once you place a claim for your site, our administrator will get back to you within 48 hours and you can then own the listing.
We are 300 fans from getting to 7500 Fans mark. We need your help to get us to that milestone quickly. Once we hit the 7500 fans mark, we will give 1 lucky winner a copy of Aditya Bal's "Chakle India". Aditya Bal is a model turned chef from India. Cooking was always his passion and as part of the NDTV Good Times show he was able to travel around India and try some local recipes. The result was Amritsari Paneer Bhurji, Kosha Mangsho, Goan Prawn and Mango Ambotik, Malabari Prawn curry and Moru Sambhar, amongst many other mouthwatering creations! A foodie’s delight, the recipes in this book, spanning meat, chicken, fish & seafood, and vegetarian dishes as well as an array of snacks and sweets are not only simple to try but also promise a complete and delctable
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2. The contest will be open till the we hit the 7500 mark.
3. We will announce the winners after we hit the mark. If the winner does not want the prize, we will pick another winner. The winner is responsible for any customs duty applicable in their country. We will send the prize by regular post.
With almost 300 entries, the Winner of our contest is Maddie Chera. We will contact the winner via FB message. If we don't hear from the winner in 2-3 days, we will announce another winner. Thank you for participating.
Would you eat at a restaurant offering "1 Bowel of Sambar" or an "Anguish Burger"? The British left us the English language and its been murdered by many but probably the restaurant industry has really killed it over and over again. I am not sure why this happens but its very common to find typos in the menus of Indian restaurants all over the world and some of its makes for very funny reading. In this article we present some funny ones that we have come across like
Whats the funniest you have come across? Please share it with us or leave it in the comments section.
If you think that Diabetes only affects the obese and old, you are sadly mistaken. I was 36 years old, 63-65 kgs in weight when I was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. I am from the Indian sub-continent and diabetes runs in my family and most of the males have got it at an early age. Going by that I knew that diabetes would be in my life as well.
Growing up, I knew my father had diabetes and that he took medicine but he never really educated me on what the disease was, how I could help him and hopefully use that knowledge to delay the onset of my diabetes. It was a different time and perhaps he did not realize the importance of educating me. He eventually passed away from a heart attack, probably a result of his diabetes. I never really learned much from all that and continued to make mistakes of drinking soda, having sweets and having too much food especially rice. I oddly never gained much weight despite these bad habits. Eventually at age 35, I started showing signs of diabetes and was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes at age 36. It changed everything and now I had to watch everything I ate and can no longer eat like I did before and that will be the case for the rest of my life and will get worse as I get older.Over the last few years, I see many around me, who are at the risk of diabetes but just don't care (like I was a few years ago) and I feel the least I can do is educate them. I have a 6-year old son who knows about diabetes and what he should avoid. He stays away from soda completely, he limits how much sweet stuff he has every day. If he is offered a 2nd piece of cake at a birthday, he asks us if he can have it. The best thing he does is remind me to stay away from things that are bad for me. I know I must do that so I can be in his life for as long as I can and that he can delay the onset of diabetes in his life (or hopefully never get it or perhaps a cure will be found in the next 30-40 years).
Its Diwali once again and our kitchen gets busier than usual with the preparation of snacks and sweets. We try and make at least 5 items every Diwali and it's a lot of fun. It helps bring in the energy and memories of being in India. This year, the first snack that we made was the Masala Puri. Masala Puri is a crispy and mildly spicy puri that is created by deep frying some dough.
The awards, now in their eighth year, have become the country’s main showcase for the £3.5bn a year curry industry. The winners of the British Curry Awards 2012 will be announced at the Battersea Evolution, London, on Monday 26th November at a black tie gala dinner. Be prepared to be amazed.
This year, the UK audience will be swelled by the over 2.5 million curry lovers with the help of our partners and associates. It will be first time ever record breaking number of nominations expected to be received. The British Curry Awards is the pioneer in this industry and even our Prime Minister David Cameron dubbed the ‘Curry Oscars’ and ‘uplifting & “inspiring evening the British Curry Awards really is’ in his video message and when he attended the awards dinner in 2009 remained the gold standard, and the biggest night of the year for the near 100,000 people involved in the industry.Alongside the usual categories, there will be one new one this year - Best Delivery Restaurant/Takeaway. This will be open to restaurants that are takeaways only and also those restaurants that offer a home delivery service. This category will be judged on a nation-wide basis. There will also be the usual high level guests and presenters and a quality programme of entertainment.
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