We Indian are really proud of our Food, we really don't like anyone saying anything against it. If someone says anything bad about they have had it from you !
Ek plate gets you a list of food items which aren't Indian but we are really proud of it !
Hold you self ! Some shocking food items coming your way. #ekplate #shocked
Kebabs are marinated with aromatic spices, these fire roasted meat skewers were originated in the middle east and since then are being considered one important part of our cuisine. #ekplatekebab
2. Maska Khaari aka Puff Pastry
Travelling all the way from Mediterranean region and Europe, these buttery puff pastry biscuits are one of the best snacks to be dipped in hot tea and relished. #ekplatekhari
It was only after the British rule that the concept of drinking Chai as a first morning drink was introduced. #ekplatechai
We Indian love our paneer. Every time when it's a family get together there has to be a Panner dish. So, this heavily famous dish is known to be from Afghanistan and Iran and since then is enjoyed by all ages. #ekplatepaneer
Mexico was that one country which taught us to relish the taste of Bhutta. Lightly salted and crispy with tangy lime juice as its upper covering, it seems perfect to have a bhutta in monsoons. #ekplatebutta
Bagging the prize of our favourite chaat food, Samosa comes from Tanzania. Filled with amazing stuffings, Samosa always steals the show when it comes to other chaat food. #ekplatesamosa
Jalebi rules the hearts of every Indian. Its originally belongs to Iran. #ekplatejalebi
Gulab Jamun is one of the most loved desserts in India, originally belongs to Persia. The dessert got the first half of its name, 'gulab' from the Persian words 'gol', which means flower and 'ab', which means water. #ekplategulabjamun
North India more or less survives on Rajma and rice for lunch. Available at every street stall and restaurant in North India, the kidney bean has its origin in Mexico. #ekplaterajma
10. Chicken Tikka Masala
The savory Chicken Tikka Masala is not Indian either. It is believed that Pakistani chef, Ali Ahmed Aslam added soup and some cream to chicken after a guest at the restaurant sent the dish back saying it was too dry. Chicken Tikka Masala, which is a blend of soup, spices, cream and yogurt, is relished at most Indian weddings, especially in North India. It is also a popular dish at various dhabas across the country. Its originated in Glasgow, Scotland. #ekplatechickentikka
11. Filter Coffee
No, filter coffee did not originate in South India. Shocked Well, coffee belongs to Yemen and was smuggled to India by 16th century Sufi, Baba Budan. He is said to have brought raw coffee beans from Yemen on his way back from Haj. #ekplatecoffee
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