What is your opinion on my people, the Indian people's, food? First timer here from /int/.
In the UK it's nice, but too oiley and similar. However UK 'indian' food is some Anglicised bastardisation of certain Bangladeshi dishes and isn't reflective of broader Indian cuisine.
Would be interested to eat a lot more authentic regional dishes 2bh.
Indian might be my favorite cuisine overall. It's just bursting with flavor. It's probably the only cuisine where I like every single dish I've tried. The dishes all taste pretty similar though, I guess that's one negative thing I could say about it.
It's good if it's not being made by actual Indians or if you watch them like a hawk the entire time so they don't sneak cow piss or shit into it.
I would never eat any food made by an Indian, of any style, because of hygiene concerns,
I fucking love the genuine Indian dishes, like beef madras or vindaloo, chicken tikka masala, and lamb balti.
Phaal and Tinderloo are great after loads of ale on a night out.
I would love to visit India and try a genuine king prawn and lamb rogan josh with mushroom pilau and peshwari naan, just like Ghandi used to eat.
Not forgetting the poppadoms and chutney of course!
I love genuine Indian food like that but it's hard to find outside Bombay.
I ate a bunch of curry and kookoo last week and smelt like chinese dumplings at first but when I woke up I smelled like the rankest, stankest, sourest thing on the planet. It was awful and delicious.
I wish I could get one of those arranged marriages with an indian woman and get her to come to my house, cook for me all day, take care of the house and have as much sex as I'd like in the evening.
You desi know how to raise your women
Been trying to cook more at home. Only really get Bangladeshi restaurants around here, but it's generally great. The couple places I've been that claimed to be "proper" Indian seemed drier, hotter and heavier on pepper, so I'm not sure how representative that is.
Supposedly 90% of British curry houses were founded by people from Sylhet.