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Different types of Indian Food
SMPP Software ProviderCurry has become one of the most popular exported foods around the world but how many of us actually know the difference between a dish from the North of India and a dish from the South? This clever infographic from Hayes & Jarvis looks at the many different styles of cuisine across India, breaking them down by region and exactly what ingredients go into each dish. This infographic starts by breaking down the country through the styles of cuisine, from Punjab at the top of the country to Gujurat un the middle and South Indian cuisine at the bottom. Each dish that’s listed is also surrounded by a series of numbers, these collate to a key of ingredients, showing exactly what ingredients go into each one. To finish there’s a small description of each dish features on the map, just in case there’s some you’ve never encountered before.
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