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Old 09-05-2013, 11:26 AM
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I love to have Indian tandoori with naan bread,because is my favorite dish and one more thing i love to go for spicy chicken tandoori.
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Tandoori cooking has popularised the oven-clay oven method which has produced tandoori chicken or naan bread. Indian cuisines are however generally characterized by exact combination of spices and flavours and the cooking method generally is to saute and simmer the dishes or curries over low heat. Two distinctions in many Indian recipes is the absence of beef and pork is prohibited in the Muslim diet.]
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Sorry tan, you have a mistake here, Of course Indian foods are spice and healthy taste. They very much concern about healthy cooking style both veg and non-veg. Lets come to the point you said, In Muslims diet they use to prohibit Pork and Beef. Ya they absolutely dissmiss the pork as haram i.e., lawful in their traditional. But they should use beef. Almost muslims should have beef once in a life time. That is sunnah i.e., good and in their belief. So they people cook very grand manner especially on non veg items with lots of spicy added into it. Thank you for the thread.


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