The Health Benefits and Delicious Flavor of Indian Food

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Health Benefits and Delicious Flavor

The Hidden Powers of Indian Food

Are you looking to adjust your diet to include more health benefits?

Want to eat healthy without sacrificing flavor?

Considering alternative foods?

Want to add some spice to your daily routine of eating?

It is possible that other cuisines can provide answers to the above questions. However, we know with certainty that Indian food answers all the above questions in ways that you may have yet to experience.

Reasons To Eat Indian Food:

Before discussing what the scientific community reports about why you should eat more Indian food, we would like to share the three common reasons for eating from our menu. The incredible menu offerings found at Royal India Thailand will:

  • tantalize your sense of smell;
  • please your taste buds; and,
  • benefit your health.

Of course, we believe that the above reasons are more than substantial enough for you to make your way to our restaurant, but there is more.

Complex recipes with surprising health benefits is Indian cuisine

Health Benefits of Indian Food

There are many healthy and unhealthy dishes available in every cuisine worldwide. But Indian food ranks at the top of the list for health benefits.
We make Indian food with various spices, proteins, carbohydrates, and raw ingredients, such as grains, dairy, and vegetables. A typical Indian dish has at least 7 ingredients and may range between 2 and 20 ingredients. These components blend towards a balanced diet.

Indian Food Is Delicious And Healthy

In 2005, after examining 17,000 different Indian recipes, researchers found 194 unique ingredients within Indian cuisine. With that many options to choose from, it is no surprise that our food is a delectable synthesis that results in an aromatic and sophisticated meal.

Why Is Indian Food So Distinctive

The signature of Indian food is negative food pairing. Negative food pairing to completely different from the strategy of flavor compounding, which is the basis of most western cuisines.

The ingredients found in an Indian recipe are uniquely placed to shape the flavor sharing pattern with the other ingredients, and sensitive to replacement even with other spices.

For example, suppose you find cayenne in an Indian dish. In that case, you're unlikely to encounter another ingredient that shares the same compounds—though you may find other spices that have complementary, but not identical, attributes.

Many restaurants use many oils and sugar to create more flavor in their food to attract customers. It can cause a typically healthy dish to become an unhealthy dish. For example, cooking at home and cooking in a restaurant is the amount of oil used to prepare the food.

So, when we say that a dish is healthy, it depends on how prepared.

Here at Royal India in Siam Paragon, our purpose is to serve traditional Indian cuisine we prepare the meals the same way in our home.

Traditional at-home eating brings an undeniable comfort to our senses where everyone can relate. Still, the benefits of these foods can be shocking.

Shocking Health Benefits From Eating Indian Cuisine

There are many powerful effects on the body with many of these spices. We know them to contain anti-microbial and antioxidant properties that might stop other microorganisms’ growth in your body.

Some can aid metabolism, and some can help you lose weight or even prevent cancer. The essential spices that we use at Royal India at Siam Paragon include but are not limited to:
  • Black Pepper
  • Cayenne
  • Cardamom
  • Chili Peppers
  • Cinnamon or Dalachini
  • Coriander
  • Cumin Seeds
  • Clove
  • Nutmeg
  • Turmeric
These spices are found in some of our most popular dishes:
  • Chicken Tikka
  • Paneer Tikka
  • Tandoori Chicken
  • Rogan Josh
  • Chicken Tikka Masala

The list of benefits continues to grow as science studies the properties of spices. We will cover some specific health benefits in future articles, so visit us often or subscribe to stay updated.

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