Culinary week highlights Indian culture and cuisine
Traditional Indian folk dancing and one of the most refined forms of cooking in India, Dum Pukht, will be highlighted during the Indian Culinary Week taking place in Ha Noi from tomorrow.
Co-organised by the Indian Embassy in Viet Nam and the Sheraton Ha Noi Hotel, the event aims to introduce the rich Indian culture and cuisine to Vietnamese people.
Literally meaning “slow oven”, the Dum Pukht cooking technique has existed for over 200 years. Slow oven means cooking on a very low flame, mostly in sealed containers, allowing the meat to cook, as much as possible, in their own juices and bone-marrow. The cooking method also uses less spice than in traditional Indian cooking, with fresh spices and herbs for flavouring.
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