WATCH: Japanese Grandmother Tried Indian Food For The First Time And Loved It

Indian food, like the culture of the country, is vibrant and includes different foods and tastes from all the different states. While the taste and ingredients may vary from region to region, one thing that unites all to make Indian cuisine is the high spice and flavor quotient. And this vibrant feature of Indian food has put its cuisine on the global map. The proof of this is all the videos online in which people abroad eat and like desi food items.

Recently, a little Australian girl ate an Indian platter of kadhai chicken with rice and mango kulfi for dessert. We also saw a Vietnamese food blogger trying the South Indian staple combo of idli, vada and sambar with chutney. She found it “buttery and delicious.” And the latest to hop on the bandwagon is an elderly Japanese woman who went for a North Indian spread.

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Japanese women tried Indian food for the first time and opted for palak paneer and vegetable curry with parathas. Food prepared and served by Nisha Zaveri, who runs a vegetarian catering company in Kobe, Japan. She posted the video on her Instagram handle ‘Steppin’ Kitchen’ and captioned the post, “Reaction to a Japanese grandmother trying Palak Paneer and Mixed Vegetable Curry for the first time!”.

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When a woman takes a piece of food, her immediate reaction is, “Hmm, delicious! What is it made of?” Nisha Javeri replies, “It’s palak paneer. It’s made with spinach and paneer. Then the woman replies, “Hmm yum! Seems healthy.”

Palak Paneer is commonly made in Indian homes, especially in North India. If you’ve never had it, you must try it. Here is an easy recipe of Palak Paneer that you can make at home.

Give it a try and let us know how you liked it. And, if you have seen more such videos of people trying Indian food abroad, do share with us.

About Neha GroverHis love for reading aroused his writing instinct. Neha is guilty of being deep-set with anything caffeinated. When she is not pouring her nest of thoughts on the screen, you can see her reading as she sips coffee.


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