India is delicious…..

Every corner in any city, there is always offered fresh vegetables from the farmers crops

Food stalls preparing delicious meals and sweetness

Fresh brewed Chai

Fresh herbs

Sugar canes crushed for a delicious drink with lemon

Fresh food vendors all over the places

In Udaipur, one of my favorite places in India, I took a cooking class for Indian food ( which is by the way my most favorite of all) She had been so passionate to share her recipes.

As many ingredients are making a great Indian meal

Enjoy what you see.


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23 Responses to India is delicious…..

  1. Herman says:

    All the food looks so delicious! Wish I could jump in to the post and tast it all…

  2. picpholio says:

    A market full of coulors, smells and tastes πŸ™‚

  3. At first are the colours which impress me, but than I think how many different taste are there and this is even more impressing!
    Perhaps I should look for a couple of recipes i can prepare if I found the correct raw materials !

    • Thank you Robert that you enjoyed the colorful images on my post. The taste of Indian food is just mouthwatering , very different from Italian food ( which I love) . You might get recipes googling India food. Thank you for your kind comment and have a wonderful week, hopefully with some relief of Covid restrictions.

  4. Ashok Misra says:

    Indeed, that is absolutely true, and my city (Kanpur) is especially blessed in terms of seasonal vegetables and fruits. πŸ™‚

  5. Tina Schell says:

    Wow Cornelia, what a treasure trove of images! My favorite is the chai preparation but they are all wonderful. It seems the spices are the secret to the marvelous flavors in Indian food. You’ve captured it all perfectly

  6. Really enjoying what I am seeing of your beautiful post, Cornelia. Udaipur seems to be a wonderful place. Have never travelled though. India is surely like this, flavours and spices that add so much flavor to our foods. Nice to know you learnt how to cook Indian food too.

    • Thank you Kamal, I am glad you enjoyed what you saw. Udaipur is real gem, I fell in love with this place and it’s lake. Who knows maybe sometime you get to visit it. Indian food is and has always been my absolute favorite food. Enjoy your week my friend.

      • You are always welcome Cornelia. Yes will definitely plan to visit Udaipur with my husband it is a beautiful place. You too have a great week ahead πŸ’˜πŸ˜ŠπŸ˜ŠπŸ˜ŠπŸ˜Š

  7. Peter Klopp says:

    India’s food is not only delicious but it is also with its colourful appearance a feast for the eyes. Great photo essay, Cornelia!

  8. walesforevercymru says:

    What a fabulous assortment of beautiful food. It looks so fresh. A great mix of colours, and a treat for the senses. Beautifully photographed.

  9. OMG, so beautiful , vibrant , very deliciously captured. Amazing Culture, Food and People. It’s a feast for the eyes and heart. Thank you. Just love every picture. Happy Sunday.

  10. Jane Lurie says:

    Delicious, vibrant and inviting images, Cornelia. I bet your cooking class was such fun. Agree, a delectable cuisine.

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