Indian Culture And Tradition Of Punjab

2384 WordsOct 7, 201410 Pages
Indian restaurant I wish to start my own Indian restaurant in Invercargill. . I want to serve north Indian food in my restaurant in which people can get north Indian food taste. North Indian curries usually have thick, moderately spicy and creamy gravies. I want to make the mini Punjab in my restaurant like people can see the culture and tradition of punjab.so they can feel pure Punjab in New Zealand. Once you enter, some people will perform Bhangra for you, and then a Stage show Performing Bhangra, and kind of small Punjabi village out there. I want to make about the scenario of villages of Punjab of several decades ago. North Indian curries have thick, spicy and creamy gravies.. The use of dried fruits and nuts is common in every day foods. Usage of dairy products like milk, cottage cheese, ghee (clarified butter) and yoghurt plays an important role in cooking of sweet dishes. We seems to prefer Indian bread over rice, if the rich variety is anything to go by. We will make tandoori roti and naans (bread made in a clay tandoori oven), stuffed paranthas (Indian bread with different kind of vegetarian and non-vegetarian fillings) and kulchas (bread made from fermented dough).we can also permote rice biryanis and pulaos. Vegetable oils like sunflower and canola. Mustard oil is rarely used and only in some states of the region. We will buy all our spices whole and grind them because a lot of prepacked stuff has fillers in it .some of the spices in some of the dishes need to

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