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Why Indians Select Spicy Food

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Indian cuisine has a variety of dishes and the ingredients included were used right from the British era. Each dish in this country differs from state to state. While wheat is popular in the northern state, rice is popular in the south. Regardless of whether the dish is veggie or non-veggie spicy ingredients are added. In India, children are being introduced with spice dishes from their early age. It does take time initially to adapt. There are some who are addicted to it and others finding it difficult to tolerate it. Certain misconceptions are also circulating about India’s cuisine all around the world. That it is too spicy and unhealthy additives are added. Some points are discussed below about Indian spicy food.

Misconceptions

The biggest misconception in Indian cuisine is that it is too spicy. It is included depending on the dish that is being prepared and some dishes need a high amount of chili powder in it. Another misconception among people is that excess of spice in food may lead to an ulcer and this is absolutely false. Spice is obtained from capsaicin that is present in chili powder.

Climate

Climate in India is suitable for chili plants and chillies are the main source. Green and red chili both are grown in abundance because the nature of soil and climate.

Most spicy dishes

If you are experiencing India cuisine for the first time, then these are the dishes that need to be avoided. If you want to taste, make sure that you have plenty of water on the table.

Chicken Curry

Chicken Masala

Butter Chicken

Shrimp Cocktail

Pickle

The taste of these dishes in India is totally different from what you get in foreign restaurants. Therefore, it is always recommended that Indian cuisine should be always tried in India.

Foul odor

Doctors have said that the foul odor that comes out from the body is because of the appetite. Natural substances like garlic curry and other foods are responsible for the foul odor in humans. A heavy diet of red meat may also lead to high odor in the body.

Side effects

Spicy food may cause health problems like heartburn and acid reflux. An excess of these foods daily may give heartburn and increases acid in stomach than usual. Because of this heartburn and irregular increase of acid stomach may lead to insomnia, gastritis and thirst. Those who are experiencing this kind of dishes for the first time are bound to suffer through heartburn and other problems in their body.

Advantages

Ginger, turmeric, cardamom, coriander and garlic are often used ingredients for spice in the dishes. For digestive problems ginger are used. From the ancient period in India, turmeric is used for healing wounds and it is one of the most powerful antibiotic. Garlic is mainly used to stay away from cold. It may also be used by people who are suffering from heart disease.

Ingredients added for spice in food
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Comments

Oct 18, 2014 1:33am
shar-On
Nice article explaining the spices used in cooking in India. I can eat some spices love sweet chilli sauce but cannot eat the fresh hot chillies.
Oct 18, 2014 1:47am
SwamyRapolu
Thank You for commenting...In India there are some people who can have fresh hot chillies regularly.
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