Goan shrimp, a popular entree from India. Look at the richly colored textiles of India and you get a good idea of the richness of its culture. And, with 15 official languages and 1,568 dialects, this diversity is also reflected in its cuisine. The hallmark of all Indian cuisines is the significant use of spices. These are often layered throughout a dish first by dry roasting then grinding. Another common technique: “popping” (frying) whole spices or a spice paste in hot ghee or oil, ...

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