QUIZ WORD SEARCH INDIAN FOOD
HERE’S a thing, folks – it’s National Curry Week! Indian cuisine is hugely popular in Britain thanks to our centuries of benign rule of the subcontinent and few high streets are without a balti. But how much do you know about Indian food? Take our wordsea
DEEP fried crispy wafers made with lentil flour
A FIERY, spicy dish popular in the region of Goa and the surrounding Konkan area
A FLAT, unleavened bread made with finely milled wholemeal flour. Eaten hot.
INDIAN word for potato
A TEARDROP shaped leavened bread cooked in a tandoor.
SMALL chunks of chicken or lamb which have been marinated in yoghurt and spices and then threaded onto skewers and cooked in a tandoor or over a char- grill
HOME- MADE cheese made by boiling whole milk and then curdling it with an acid such as lemon juice.
INDIAN word for Spinach
RICE cooked in a broth or sometimes first sauteed lightly in oil before the addition of broth
DEEP fried triangular pastries filled with either spiced veg or minced lamb
It’s dead hard!