Celebrate the Taste of India

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Have you always had a taste for delicious Indian cuisine? Indian cuisine is considered to be among the most diverse all over the world. No country has so much diversity in taste that it will take years to explore all the regional cuisines and their history.

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No country has so much diversity in taste; in fact it will take years to explore all the regional cuisines and their history. The geographical as well as the ethnical diversity of this country is the reason behind the sumptuous delicacies that each region churns out. Indians take pride in their cooking, the recipes are handed down for generations and the tradition goes on. The rise of nuclear families in this country has led to the loss of some of the most authentic Indian recipes.

Awesome Cuisine is on a mission to celebrate "Indian Cuisine" showcasing the best Indian recipes including the traditional recipes handed down the generations and the modern recipes suitable for the current fast paced life.

Indian cuisine is considered to be among the most diverse all over the world. The multifaceted culture of India has given rise to a cuisine that is completely unique and caters to all types of taste. Awesomecuisine.com has recently launched a videos section where you can learn how to prepare some of the finest Indian dishes.

Alongside the videos, the site also has four distinct sections covering the delicacies of India.

The Indian vegetarian recipes section provides the users with the most famous and not so well known Indian vegetarian recipes. The Indian non vegetarian recipes are well categorized according to the food products used in the recipes like Chicken, Fish, Prawn, Crab, Shrimp, egg, Mutton, Lamb etc.

An important feature of the site is a separate section for the different Festivals of India and lists the authentic recipes that are associated with these festivals. Indians like to associate festive occasions with good food. There are separate recipe sections for Diwali, Christmas, Bakrid, Tamil New Year, Vishu, Ugadi, Pongal, Onam, Navaratri, Ram Navami, Easter to name a few.

Indian food has the soul of the country in it and if prepared correctly can give any other cuisine a run for their money. Food and the culture of India are intertwined so deeply that discussion of one without mentioning the other is virtually impossible.

Visit Awesome Cuisine and Experience the Taste of India.

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