Are Your Tastebuds Demanding Something Tasty? They Deserve Indian Food

Try Something Indian: Coz Life is Too Short for Boring Food

The popularity of Indian food has spread worldwide. People sitting in the different corners of the world are crazy to try all the Indian flavours. Perhaps, it is the love and the warmth which the chefs infuse in the food to make it tasty or it could be:

  • Organically Harvested Ingredients

    We all have seen the fields in Bollywood Movies. They are the sole proof of how organically the ingredients (to be used in Indian food) are harvested. They add freshness to the palatable delights.

  • Freshly Ground Spices

    Spices are said to be the heart and soul of Indian food. Without them, Indian food is plain. In a single Indian dish, more than 10 spices are used like Turmeric, Red Chilli Powder, Dried Mango Powder, Fresh Coriander Powder, Fenugreek Seeds, Dried Ginger Powder, Garam Masala (which itself is made up of 12 ingredients).

  • Slow Cooking

    Indian food is never cooked at high flame. It is believed that high flame cooking kills the potential flavours of the dish but slow cooking helps to retain the flavours. Indians are of the view that no matter how much time the particular cooking takes, it needs to be delicious at the end of the day.

  • Good News – If you are residing in Australia and crave intensely to eat Indian food, then visit Delhi Heights located at Old Northern Road.

    Delhi Heights’ Two Pence Worth:

    Though there are Hundreds of Cuisines served worldwide, we chose particularly Indian food because of its unmatchable taste and the backstories associated with each of the dishes. It also helped us to stay connected with the Indian roots, which was our first and foremost motive.

    Hope You Will Enjoy Our Service!


Which Indian Spices Are Predominantly Used In Indian Cooking?

People find the use of great spices in Indian cooking intimidating. But, spices are the heart and soul of Indian food. Based on how you like to intake it, you can put the spices either in the whole or ground form.

Did you know?

Mostly all the Indian spices are used after getting drily roasted. But nutmeg is an exception.

Here in this blog, we are going to include a list of the potential spices which are used:

Cardamom – Light & Sweet Flavour

Cardamom adds richness to the dish. There are two types of cardamom: Green and Black. The aromatic spice can be used in a variety of ways. You can use the whole spice (without being crushed or in the powdered form) and as far as the desserts are to be infused with the nicest flavour, the seeds of the cardamom pod are roughly crushed and are used in the tempering

Clove – Flower Containing the Essential oils

Just like Cardamom, Clove is also a common spice used to make the dish intensely flavourful. But yes, they need to be used with extreme caution as these have strong medicinal properties.

Black pepper: The Most Pampered Spice

Since this spice needs a particular set of conditions to grow, it is called the most pampered spice. It is usually used after blending.

Cumin – Add Smoky Characteristics To Your Dish

Cumin comes in the seedly form. Its intense fragrance and superb digestive health benefits make it the first choice of the chefs to be used as a potential ingredient.

Visit Delhi Heights, To Pamper Your Taste Buds!

Let’s make the Indian spices the friends of your tastebuds. The spices are what gives an intensely palatable flavour to the Indian dishes. We meticulously choose them because we know your tastebuds rely on us and we want to be friends with them so they convince you to visit us again and again.


Why are Indian dishes cooked at low flame?

We all know that Indian food is cooked slowly and the predominant reason for that is the greatest infusion of flavours. It is believed and of course, is one of the facts that if the food is cooked at high flames then it loses its 60% of the flavours and neither do the food is properly cooked.

Which utensils will help you the most in ‘SLOW COOKING’?

We can use the following if we want to bring the nice flavours infused by ‘SLOW COOKING’:

  • Stock Pot
  • Casserole
  • Slow Cooker

Some Important Tips for the Slow Cooking:

  • Do not Season Heavily in the beginning: Make sure you are lightly seasoning the dish in the beginning as the slow cooking allows the flavours to get intensely concentrated. Adding too much, in the beginning, will make your dish salty.
  • Expand your knowledge: It is not only the meat dishes which you can cook with the slow cooking. You can take slow cooking into account as well.
  • Do not add liquid in abundance: Since slow cooking implies for the lid to be tightly placed on the top which does not let the liquid get vaporized, So adding the extensive amount of liquid will only make your fish watery.
  • Put all the ingredients before you begin with slow cooking: Slow cooking allows all the flavours to get mixed well. So it is required to put all the ingredients before you tighten the lid and start with the slow cooking.

Delhi Heights’ Recognize the significance of slow cooking

The chefs of Delhi Heights know the difference between the food cooked at the slow and high heat. This is the predominant reason that all the dishes at our restaurant are slowly cooked so that the foodies get no chance to find flaws in our recipes.

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