Sunday, 14 September 2014

Have You Heard About Crispy Fried Onions? Indian Chefs Using Them For Biryani

When you heard of 'biryani' there is a place in India comes into your mind- Hyderabad. Hyderabadi dishes are famous for their relishing taste. Chefs in the hotel kitchen use crispy fried onions in India to complete the taste and give consumers a delicious appetite. Besides mouthwatering biryanis, chefs also use fried onions to prepare baked curries. Crispy fried onions are famous for enhancing dishes flavor to a great extent, especially when a person is preparing Indian culinary or baked dishes.

Why Deep Fried Crispy Onions In India Are Taking Over Fresh Onion Slices?

Onion is a master vegetable that can change the entire taste of the dish. In India, crispy fried onions are widely used for making pulaos and biryanis, whereas raw or fresh onion slices are consumed as a salad or used for preparing raita (curd). Deep fried onions are crispy in taste and people often eat them with an evening tea as a snack. Due to this multipurpose behavior and longer shelf life, crispy fried onions in India are making a huge list of fan followers. Moreover, you only require one large onion to prepare biryani or any other dish for 3 people.

Thursday, 11 September 2014

Can Dehydrated Onions Taken As A Seasoning Herb In India?

With an endless list of dishes in which onion plays a major taste adding vegetable role, dehydrated onion is another variant used by Indians for many cuisines. It works as a seasoning herb that not only provide the exact taste of onion, but also the nutrients that may be good for your heart, skin, and hair. You may cry at first while slicing the onions, but this juicy vegetable power up your immunity strength. And when you dehydrate onions, the nutrients and taste get locked inside and this is why the taste of dehydrated onions is similar to fresh ones (you may notice slighter change in taste).