What Do Foreigners Think About Indian Food?

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Biryani & pulao are made from basmati rice (much tastier than California or Japanese grown rice). These dishes are very common and considered very tasty to many people from abroad, but few may tend to find them dry and boring. Biryani & pulao are made from basmati rice (much tastier than California or Japanese grown rice). These dishes are very common and considered very tasty to many people from abroad, but few may tend to find them dry and boring.

Biryani & pulao are made from basmati rice (much tastier than California or Japanese grown rice). These dishes are very common and considered very tasty to many people from abroad, but few may tend to find them dry and boring.

They like to eat protein content food which makes cottage cheese (paneer) one of their favourites. It is cooked in innumerable ways, with spinach in palak paneer, in gravy with peas in matar paneer & paneer pakode are a favourite with them. They like to eat protein content food which makes cottage cheese (paneer) one of their favourites. It is cooked in innumerable ways, with spinach in palak paneer, in gravy with peas in matar paneer & paneer pakode are a favourite with them.

They like to eat protein content food which makes cottage cheese (paneer) one of their favourites. It is cooked in innumerable ways, with spinach in palak paneer, in gravy with peas in matar paneer & paneer pakode are a favourite with them.

Usually they like to eat beef. As cow is sacred here, they prefer Chicken to eat. Even though they prefer chicken, they may not like the Indian taste as much spices are added which they never have. Usually they like to eat beef. As cow is sacred here, they prefer Chicken to eat. Even though they prefer chicken, they may not like the Indian taste as much spices are added which they never have.

Usually they like to eat beef. As cow is sacred here, they prefer Chicken to eat. Even though they prefer chicken, they may not like the Indian taste as much spices are added which they never have.

They like food when it is cooked well and served hot. Samosas from street vendors are fine for them They like food when it is cooked well and served hot. Samosas from street vendors are fine for them

They like food when it is cooked well and served hot. Samosas from street vendors are fine for them

Most foreigners find most Indian desserts very sweet. They like ‘gulab jamun’ and ‘barfi’. Most foreigners find most Indian desserts very sweet. They like ‘gulab jamun’ and ‘barfi’.

Most foreigners find most Indian desserts very sweet. They like ‘gulab jamun’ and ‘barfi’.

Pani Puri is way too spicy for them. "It's like a savoury gusher," equipped one while having one of those. Pani Puri is way too spicy for them. "It's like a savoury gusher," equipped one while having one of those.

Pani Puri is way too spicy for them. "It's like a savoury gusher," equipped one while having one of those.

Good food, good life - that's the adage most of the Indians live by. And why not, our food is as diverse as our culture. Any event, any gathering, any occasion, any festival, food is the highlight of all. In fact, during fasts too we have an array of 'fast' food that is prepared at home. 

But what do the foreigners think of our food, our eating habits. Well, listed of it here for you. 
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