When you hear Indian food mentioned, you probably imagine some sort of meat or vegetables in a spicy sauce, with rice on the side. Because rice features so commonly and prominently in Indian food, it can put some people off the cuisine entirely.
But if you can't eat rice for health or dietary reasons, or you simply don't like it, there's no reason you should miss out on delicious Indian food.
Australians are perhaps some of the biggest meat eaters in the world, consuming over 130 grams each day. Beef is a popular meat choice, and many Australians strive to find that perfect, melt-in-your-mouth steak. There are several factors that will affect how tender your steak is. If you're willing to go all out on your next dining experience at your local steak and seafood restaurant, here's the 3 features you want to look for.
Indian food is quickly becoming popular all over the world, no doubt because it's known for being very spicy and flavorful. You can create your own Indian-inspired dishes by using some of the most common spices and other foods used in Indian cooking, and preparing those spices how they are prepared in India. Note a few tips on how to make your kitchen more Indian-friendly, either to accommodate friends from India or to simply add some flavor to all your favorite meals.
Children are pretty easy to feed in restaurants, with fare from fish and chips to chicken nuggets to burgers pleasing even the fussiest eaters. But what if you want your child to try something new? What if you're fed up with the standard stodgy options on a kid's menu and would like them to expand their taste buds and try something that is a lot more healthy for them? Sushi is one such food; it is fresh and healthy and can be a great a great option for kids, but unfortunately most are too scared to try it!
Many children are suspicious about fish. While they'll happily eat fishfingers, for the majority of kids, anything more adventurous than that is definitely off the plate. This is a shame as fish is wonderful for growing brains, thanks to its omega-3 fatty acids. However, don't give up just yet; there are ways to tempt even the fussiest youngster into trying and loving fish. So, if you'd love to eat at a seafood restaurant but are worried that your children will go hungry, read on for some tips on what to order so your trip can be an enjoying and nourishing experience for the entire family.