Indian cuisine is known for its easy style of cooking where the nutritional value of the food is kept intact while using the different type of spices. Food aficionados from all over the world flock here to taste every type of dishes. Different regions of India has their own style of cooking which is why it is said cuisine of India changes after every 50 miles. With 29 states in India, every state has something different cuisine to offer. While travelling to North India, you will encounter finest Kashmiri and Mughlai cuisine. If you are in a mood for sumptuous Awadhi cuisine then Uttar Pradesh is the best place for it. Those who want to fulfill their sweet cravings should travel to eastwards i.e. West Bengal and savor delicious Bengali sweets which are an important part of Bengali meals. If you are in a mood to relish famous Hyderabadi Biryani, then a catch a train or fly down south to fulfill your desire. Masala Dosas and Rava Idilis which are imminent part of Dravidian cuisine will be waiting for you at down south. The Malabari and Konkani cuisine in Maharashtra will keep you asking for more whereas you can also enjoy food with Portuguese flavor in western state of Goa. Since various types of spices are used in Indian food, one must not forget that every type of spice has some nutritional as well as medicinal value. This makes Indian food a worldwide phenomenon.

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