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There is no sincerer love than the love of food.

— George Bernard Shaw

Food is love. It is happiness. Food is life and it is like an everyday wish that we make knowingly or unknowingly in our lives. Food has been a great cure many a times and food could be literally awarded as the best friend in our lives. People who do not have love for food are almost emotionless and can never love anyone or anything else. (Well, kidding!)

On a serious note, food is like a color to the blank canvas of our lives. This is what every foodie like me believes. So with the same zeal and passion for food, I am all ready with cheap flights to India from USA to explore all the four corners of India. And before I move further, let me pledge my part of being a foodie.

“I swear by all the old Gods and the new that I will not refuse anyone who offers me food and will not hesitate to snatch if I have to.”

 So let’s begin first with the peak of India which is the North. North Indian cuisines are known to be the bombs of food as they are full of spices that just play with our taste buds. They are so confusing to recognize but when blended together, they are heaven. Indian restaurant cuisine has been influenced by Indian chefs who have migrated from North of India Specially Punjabi style restaurants. They created a fusion of the two great cuisines-the local and the Home bought Indian Cuisine by adopting cream sauces in their Indian recipes.

 North Indian cuisine is individuated by the proportionally high use of dairy products like milk, paneer, ghee and yoghurt which are all common ingredients. Gravies are typically dairy-based. Other common ingredients include chilies, saffron, and nuts. The Mughal influence has resulted in meat-eating habits among many North Indians. Also, a variety of flours are used to make different types of breads like chapathis rotis, phulkas, puris and naan. North Indian cooking features the use of the “tawa” which is actually a griddle for baking flat breads chapathis and rotis. Something called “tandoor” which is a large and cylindrical charcoal-fired oven for baking breads such as naan, and kulcha. Main courses like tandoori chicken are also cooked in the tandoor. Other breads like puri and bhatoora, which are deep fried in oil, are also common. Goat and lamb meats are favored ingredients of many northern Indian recipes.

Let me tell you the way to come here too. You can always check for the availability of cheap flights to New Delhi from USA or any other country because that is what I did. Delhi is like an easy route to all the North Indian cities and it is available at a very economic price as well. I would suggest all those people who book business class flights to India and go away with grim faces to stay back and savor the taste of this cuisine. You guys will forget creasing brows. The main thing is that we should stop thinking about the budget because you have the best cheap non-stop flights to India which provide you classy international airlines which will bring you here just like they brought me. Or maybe if you are a foodie like me then you can consider booking direct flights to India too.

 The best thing about this cuisine is that they tantalize your senses. It is like they shake and wake you into excitement. North Indian food is like a roller-coaster ride. But you will surely love every bit of it once you take a bite. I would totally be fine booking last minute flights to India if I have to when I crave for them. May be the international airports will be enough for me to eat North Indian foods. But this doesn’t end here. Stay in touch because I will be telling you about three best dishes of the North which will blow your minds. So do not try running away because you will miss a lot. But if you are going to check for the availability of cheap flights from USA to India, then I don’t mind. Go on! Come back soon! Ciao!


Indian Eagle

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