can't live without Indian food...........

Canada
February 6, 2007 6:10pm CST
yes ,this prooves I am an indian.But I live in canada and life here is so fast .you can either earn to live or cook to earn.so ,better earn and dine in I ndian restuarants.
5 responses
@astromama (1226)
• United States
7 Feb 07
I don't understand the question or topic... but I too love Indian food. Especially traditional. There is a dish, I'm not sure what it's called, that is basically little crispy baskets with sweet spiced garbanzo beans in it... yum! I also love pakora and dahl... and all the delicious curries! Do you recommend any vegetarian Indian recipes? How's the Indian food in Canada??
• Canada
7 Feb 07
I think you r talking about gol gappas ,also known as pani puri.I like it too. but it tastes different in different places.In canada indian food is ok ,but can't be compared to food in india.
@astromama (1226)
• United States
8 Feb 07
Hopefully I'll make it to India one day to find out... I think good Indian food can definitely be found in America, but only in places that have a significant Indian population. Otherwise it's just crappy buffets.
• India
16 Mar 07
East or West! Home is the Best. Thats why my son is not leaving India, inspite of getting umpteen offers from MNCs to work abroad. We are South Indians so he reluctant to have masala dosai, idly wada, pakora & strong filter coffee prepared by the worlds' best cook, his mother.
@clarkebar (130)
• United States
16 Mar 07
I have NEVER had Indian food. My daughter was just telling me that a new Indian place opened up near by. Maybe I should give it a try. What would anyone suggest, I have no ideas whatsoever? Hmmm..maybe this will make for a weekend adventure, thanks for the thought !
• United States
8 Feb 07
Try a college town. I live in Ohio and within a 5 miles radius we have 7 Indian restuarants! We have our fav restuarant and always get Mater Paneer, Onion and Garlic Nan, and Riata. I have never been to India, but our fav restuarant is full of Indian folks, which to me is a good sign that the food is pretty authentic. Many of the other Indian restuarants are populated with mostly white folks. To me that says that the food is very "Americanized."
@archiee (322)
• India
8 Feb 07
i can see that you really miss indian food. but i say that you can cook some easy dishes at home itself which are fast to cook and indian tasted...if you want i can give you some tips