Alluring Assamese Recipes
Looking for mild and flavourful curry recipes? Try Assamese Recipes and you will look no further. The north eastern state of India, Assam is the home of world's largest and the oldest tea plantation and production. Assam tea is enjoyed in the UK as breakfast tea or a blend with its rich and full bodied character. Apart from tea, Assam is also known for its tender curry recipes that are derived from the plains and hills of this beautiful state.
Mild and Tender Curry Flavours
For Authentic Assamese Cuisine...
Nowhere in the world can we see so many varieties of rice - from very fine quality to basmati to normal boiled rice. Infact, rice was first domesticated in Assam thousands of years ago. The food is influenced by the geographical advantage of Assam state - rivers, valleys and hills. These hills, plains and rivers are a very good source of rice, vegetables and fish.
Along with fish and vegetables, wide variety game is extensively used in Assamese cuisine – duck and country chicken dishes are quite popular and form part of the feasts. Unlike the common Indian curry preparation methods, Assamese cuisine uses less spices and minimum cooking over the fire. But, the unique tender and mild tastes are the result of exotic vegetables and fermented fruits used in the cooking process.