Puducherry Cuisine


The union territory of Pondicherry is a wonderful place, which showcases beautiful landscape, very pleasant weather and a fantastic culture that is the result of social and cultural exchange between the people of different races and languages. Like the other aspects of life in Pondicherry, the Pondicherry cuisine is also a reflection of a perfect blend of different cultures and customs.

The union territory of Pondicherry in the country of India was a French settlement for a long time. The French way of life has left a deep impact on the lifestyle of the people in the union territory of Pondicherry. It is not very unlikely that French Food will also become an inseparable part of the all time hit cuisines in Pondicherry.

The French and the Indo style have given birth to an innovative taste that is simply marvelous. The influence of the neighboring areas like Tamilnadu, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala is also visible. The concoction of the various kinds of cuisines is something to be savored and relished.

Some of the hot favorite cookery items in Pondicherry are:
  • Coconut Curry
  • Tandoori Potato
  • Soya Dosa
  • Podanlangkai
  • Assad
  • Curried Vegetables
  • Stuffed Cabbage
  • Italian Baked Beans
All of these are mouth-watering and palatable dishes. While some are totally Indian others have a kind of continental flavor in them. Some food items are dips or chutneys, some are perfect choices for snacks and some others are heavy and wholesome culinary.



Last Updated on 30 May 2013

     


     

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