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“I think (the trend for modern Indian cooking) it’s very good. We want Indian food to become popular! As long as the authenticity is still there, it’s very good for Indian cuisine.” Chef Hemant Mathur in GraevesIndia Interview

Try The World: A Taste Of INDIA

Try The World: A Taste Of INDIA

From the northern capital of New Delhi, with its bustling streets and markets, to the tropical beaches of the south, India is bursting with incredible diversity. Featuring exciting flavor combinations and aromatic spices, food in India brings families and friends together to celebrate long-held traditions. Try The World- India
India, officially the Republic of India (Bhārat Gaṇarājya),[e] is a country in South Asia. It is the seventh-largest country by area, the second-most populous country (with over 1.2 billion people), and the most populous democracy in the world. Wikipedia

Try The World: A Taste Of India: When I discovered that I would get to write a TTW- INDIA subscription box review on food from this magnificent nation, rich in both culture and cuisine, I was stoked. When I read that the venerable, Michelin-starred restaurateur entrepreneur, and chef extraordinaire, Chef Hemant Mathur, had curated our selections for this box, I knew we would be in for a treat.  Chef Mathur is the energetic, dynamic CEO/chef of several Indian restaurants in New York. He was born in Jaipur and apprenticed in some of the finest restaurants before branching out on his own. He is known for creating recipes that combine classic and modern techniques and he makes the most exquisite, delectable dishes. He also boldly experiments with foods from the different regions and cultures in India and so a visit to one of his restaurants/eateries is a gastronomic experience. To try one of Chef Mathur’s dishes is to cross into the realm of heavenly food; it’s an entry to a place where freshness meets flavorful.  Since I’ve raved so much about him, I will ease your hunger by inviting you to check out any of his six new restaurants, the top-flight eateries that still have his imprint (even though he is no longer Exec Chef there) like Devi, Tamarind, Diwan Grill, and the Michelin Star rated restaurant – Tulsi – next time you visit NY. In the meantime, consider taking out a subscription for the India Box and you will come closer to tasting some of the famed dishes in Chef Mathur’s kitchen.
I’ve always loved Indian cuisine and grew up enjoying deliciously prepared foods from the different regions of the country. Despite what some people might think about Indian cooking, it is as diverse, flavorful, and creative as the people. There are mild, spicy, complex, sweet, innovative, and veggie/non-veggies dishes to appease every palate. They are experts at blending and using spices yet, they also have simple dishes made from fresh fruits and vegetables. The point I’m trying to make is that if you visit India on a tasting tour, you will soon notice that the dishes can be quite distinct and not the expected garden variety we tend to see and enjoy in the West. Over the years, I’ve sampled a wide range of regional and traditional Indian dishes and found that the foods offer plenty of choices that satisfy a varied palate. Our Try The World India Box includes items from across the Indian landscape and they can be used to prepare the simple yet delicious recipe below
Spicy Corn Chaat with Dosas  – via Try The World.

2 ears of corn
1 small potato
1 tbsp olive oil
2 tbsp date and tamarind chutney
pinch of salt
1 diced tomato
1 diced bell pepper
1 tsp Masala blend
a pinch of cumin
chopped cilantro and fresh lime for garnish

Prep and serve time: 40 minutes
Preheat oven to 375F. Remove kernels from 2 ears of corn and place on a foil-lined baking sheet. Add 1 tbsp olive oil and a pinch of salt to the kernels. Cook corn in the oven for 20 minutes until golden brown, stirring every 5 minutes to avoid burning.
While corn cooks, boil 1 small potato until cooked through and soft, and then dice once cool. In a bowl, mix diced potato with hot corn, 1 diced tomato, 1 diced bell pepper, 1 tsp masala blend, 1 pinch cumin, 2 tbsp date, and tamarind chutney, 1 tbsp olive oil. Garnish with a handful of finely chopped cilantro and fresh lime. Serve with dosas and a small side of hari chutney. Serves 4


“The power of food is really spiritual. It not only brings the whole family together on the same table but also brings the whole world together.” Vikas Khanna

Try The World: A Taste Of INDIA

Try The World: A Taste Of INDIA

What’s Inside?: From a tangy green chutney to a roasted chickpea snack and a hand-blended masala mix, we feature exciting flavor combinations and aromatic spices that are the foundation of every Indian meal. Try The World – India
I’m only focusing on three things in the restaurant for food: consistency, presentation and fresh[ness]. So Michelin is very serious about this. Chef Hemant Mathur
A great introduction to cultures is their cuisine. It not only reflects their evolution, but also their beliefs and traditions. Vikas Khanna


What’s inside my Try The World – India Box? For starters, when you sign up for a subscription, here is what you receive: Every two months, a box of delectable foods, spices, treats and more will be delivered to your doorstep. The food items are authentic, exquisite gourmet foods made with locally sourced ingredients, and are selected by celebrity chefs, artisans, small specialty farmers, and keen world travelers. Inserted into a sleeve in the box cover, or placed on top of your gourmet food items, you will find a Culture Guide and a two-sided postcard detailing ALL the contents of your box. The culture guides include relevant information about the country of choice, carefully curated items, and a few recipes to try. I’ve added one recipe for your enjoyment. Shipping is free.
My India Box held 8 specialties from India plus tips from Chef Mathur on how to use them. 1. The Masala Blend from Acanela is made with some of India’s customary seasonings including cumin, turmeric, and mustard seed. It is hand blended to perfection and can be used in a Tikka Masala or Seafood Coconut curry. 2. Connaught Blend Tea by No 3 Clive Road is a premium hand-blended masala chai/tea; it is made by a revered tea atelier and has ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, and fennel notes. It can be served cold or hot with milk and sugar. 3. Date and Tamarind Sauce by Nilgai is a tangy, versatile condiment made from tamarind fruit and dates. It is delicious with both a sweetness and heat that will have you wanting more. Spread it on naan bread or add it to your favorite protein dish. 4. Dosa Mix by MTR which stands for Mavalli Tiffin Room is the creation of brothers from Bengaluru who opened a popular restaurant in 1924. This rice flour mix has everything you need in it; mix with water and fry away.


Rice is a popular dish around the world and is also considered a staple in many nations. I grew up eating it and still love to prepare it in my kitchen. 5. Long Grain Basmati Rice by Indus Valley. Rice is a staple of the Indian diet and Basmati is one of the premium rice varieties grown there. Indus Valley has cultivated its grains for centuries. Serve as a side to a meal or as a dessert in rice puddings and more. 6. Sohan Papdi by Aakash. These are flaky, sweet dessert treats made with sugar and cardamom. They are very popular and can be enjoyed as a snack with tea or as an end-of-meal dessert. 7. Hari Chutney by Pico. The company was started in 2011 and the goal was to create easy-to-use Mumbai-style sauces. This green chutney is made with cilantro, spinach, and hints of chili and ginger. Use it as a dip or steamed veggie topping. Delish. Last, but not least, is the Chana by Jabsons. The company is based in Gujarat and is known for its peanuts and chickpeas snacks. This roasted chickpea mix is one of the most popular snacks in the country. Mix with dried fruits and nuts. Enjoy!
Sign up today for your first journey into Try The World’s gourmet items to enjoy. As an Ambassador for this extraordinary brand, I’d like to remind everyone about our special deep discount. SPECIAL OFFER: Try The World has made a special offer of a 15% discount off the first subscription box to all my readers. As a reader of this blog, you can use the discount code on purchasing your first $39/box subscription option and/or on all gift boxes. Use the coupon code MMTRAVELS15 during your checkout to get your awesome discount.

What about pricing?  Subscriptions now start at $33/Box.
A bi-monthly subscription is $39/box charged every two months
A 6 monthly tour subscription is $35/box charged every six months
A year tour subscription is $33/box charged every year
People have the option to order a gift single box and/or gift tours.

If the INDIA Box calls you, sign up today, save 15% on your first box and a new box will be shipped, every other month, when it becomes available.

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“One can hardly be Indian and not know that almost every accent, which hand you eat your food with, has some deeper symbolic truth, reality.” – Anish Kapoor

Try The World: A Taste Of INDIA

Try The World: A Taste Of INDIA

If I were asked under what sky the human mind has most fully developed some of its choicest gifts, has most deeply pondered over the greatest problems of life, and has found solutions of some of them which well deserve the attention even of those who have studied Plato and Kant, I should point to India. And if I were to ask myself from what literature we who have been nurtured almost exclusively on the thoughts of Greeks and Romans, and of the Semitic race, the Jewish, may draw the corrective which is most wanted in order to make our inner life more perfect, more comprehensive, more universal, in fact more truly human a life… again I should point to India.” Friedrich Max Müller


Try The World: A Taste Of India: What we need to remember about Indian food is that it is vast and varied. In a country of over 1.2 billion people who speak as many as 150 languages, you can imagine that the food would be equally diverse. What is certain is that they use locally curated spices to add flavor to the many dishes they share with loved ones. Traditions and cuisines shift from region to region, so expect the foods to be as vastly different too. Do return for more. Our curators at Try The World (TTW), love hearing from people like you who enjoy great cuisine from around the world. To encourage us to explore other cultures through food, from time to time, they offer wonderful opportunities to win free boxes of food. This month in the online shop,  take 20% off your Indian food purchases with the code: India20. Don’t forget to treat a loved one to a lovely gift package by using  MMTRAVELS15 for an additional discount.  You can also get your first subscription box at 15% off, share your dishes and photos by using the hashtag #TryTheWorld and following @TryTheWorld on Instagram, and be on board for a chance to win your next box for free!  Visit their Website for more information and also connect with TTW on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Pinterest, Tumblr, and LinkedIn.


Have a food feast-filled weekend!



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Until Next Time…
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89 Comments leave one →
  1. Glenda K. permalink
    24/03/2017 6:01 pm

    Try The World sounds like a fantastic subscription box. This is a great way to taste food from different cultures. The box comes with a lot of products and it is affordable too!

  2. duffelbagspouse permalink
    25/03/2017 3:51 am

    I love Indian food because I don’t eat pork. I love the complex flavors in most of the dishes.

  3. Donna Ashworth permalink
    25/03/2017 4:17 am

    I would love this! I adore Indian food but ma quite stuck in my ways regarding recipes. It’s always good to encourage a bit more experimenting and I think this would!

  4. Dickvincedorry Salinas permalink
    25/03/2017 4:28 am

    I want to try Indian food too, how i wish i can within this year.

  5. 1stclassrvadventures permalink
    25/03/2017 9:51 am

    This is pretty cool I did not know that they had monthly boxes like this. I’m going to take a look at this I find it very interesting. It is tricky for us to get mail since were always on the road but great to know!

  6. Jessica Hughes permalink
    25/03/2017 8:54 am

    Unfortunately, my experience with Indian food is very limited. I would love to rectify that and learn and try more. The TTW Taste of India box would probably be a great way to do that, especially having been curated by a chef you say is so fantastic! The price for these boxes is pretty reasonable as well.

  7. Ruth permalink
    25/03/2017 1:20 pm

    I adore Indian food. Definitely going to be cooking some soon!!

  8. Wanderlust Vegans permalink
    25/03/2017 2:46 pm

    That looks like a terrific box to receive in the mail. I really enjoy Dosas so I would be stoked to get some stuff to make Dosas. They go great with chutney too.

  9. Yolanda permalink
    25/03/2017 8:09 pm

    This is so interesting! I had NO idea they offered subscriptions like this. I am still a newbie to Indian food.

  10. Author Brandi Kennedy permalink
    25/03/2017 6:50 pm

    Glad you were so excited to try the India box! I’ve actually never had Indian food before, but there are several places near where I live. I’ll have to pick one and go check it out sometime.

  11. Jess F. -- From Me to You ... Video, Photography, & Book Reviews permalink
    25/03/2017 8:07 pm

    What very interesting “try the world” highlights!

  12. fromjesstoyouservices permalink
    25/03/2017 8:07 pm

    What cool “try the world” highlights!!

  13. Nina permalink
    26/03/2017 5:43 am

    I love Indian food. Where I moved to in Spain, it’s just not as popular here as it is in the US. I meet Spanish people who have never tried it and I always tell them that they are missing out. I would love an Indian food subscription box!

  14. Azlin Bloor permalink
    26/03/2017 2:59 am

    An Indian selection box is always going to be a good thing! As a chef who also teaches Indian cooking, I can totally appreciate this.

  15. mitchellejuaban permalink
    26/03/2017 6:02 am

    I had a taste of real Indian cuisine way back when I was still working with a Malaysian based international school. And I say it was truly tasty. I especially love the Indian curry.

  16. Our family world permalink
    26/03/2017 6:11 am

    Medical literature and scientific studies lists a variety of health benefits and medicinal properties of Indian herbs and spices.

  17. homekeethome permalink
    26/03/2017 6:33 am

    I want to order the Try the World subscription so badly and you didn’t help with this fantastic review!!! I am obsessed both with subscription boxes and trying new foods 🙂

  18. 26/03/2017 7:19 am

    I loved Try the World! We tried the Paris box. However “Thanks for sharing” is NOT meaningful. Thank You! – is very odd

  19. Gennifer Rose permalink
    26/03/2017 8:21 am

    I absolutely love Indian food. When I was visiting India my favorite part was enjoying all the new spices and flavors 🙂

  20. The Playful Parent permalink
    26/03/2017 5:37 am

    Wow! This taste of India looks amazing. I haven’t had a lot of experience cooking Indian cuisine but convinced I should try some of the foods from this article, yum!

  21. Eileen Mendoza Loya permalink
    26/03/2017 8:49 am

    What a nice way to savor the authentic tastes of Indian cuisine. I have not yet subscribed to Try the World, but I guess I do not need further convincing. 🙂

  22. agentizerozerosetter permalink
    26/03/2017 6:48 am

    I’m always curious about other countries’ food! Never tried indian food, but definitely would like to!

  23. vishalgmr1971 permalink
    26/03/2017 10:57 am

    Some of my favorite foods are on your list. I know our food is very popular amongst non-Indians (and Indians also). One word of caution is that it is addictive. Once you enjoy Indian food, you will always want more and come back for more. So enjoy.

  24. Just Plain Marie permalink
    26/03/2017 11:41 am

    I have a dreadful confession to make – Indian food scares me. I mean, it looks and smells absolutely delicious … but I’m always scared to try anything, and I honestly don’t know why. It’s time for me to get a bit more adventurous, isn’t it? It’s rather funny because I have a brother who decided to go for a two week visit to India and refused to eat any ‘Western food’ while he was there – he ate totally local and authentic and loved it.

    A box like this might be just the thing for someone like me who stares at the Indian food and then walks away with nothing.

  25. ohmummymia (@ohmummymia) permalink
    26/03/2017 1:10 pm

    I would love to visit India one day and try their food. That could be really interesting

  26. dearlydainty permalink
    26/03/2017 1:42 pm

    Oh this is perfect for an Indian cuisine lover like yourself! However, I’m not a big fan. It’s an acquired taste for the spices they use!

  27. emmaeatsandexplores permalink
    26/03/2017 3:06 pm

    I love all the Indian spices and flavours – in fact, we had Indian today for dinner. It’s nothing like the amazing food I ate in Kerala though – fresh fish curries to die for! The snacks are great too though – I love chana, so much healthier than chips!

  28. Ana De-Jesus permalink
    26/03/2017 3:29 pm

    I have always loved Indian Cuisine as well and this subscription box is the perfect box to bring a taste of India to your home. Yum x

  29. themomnoms permalink
    26/03/2017 4:19 pm

    My friends got me the Try the World box last year for my birthday and I loved everything that came in it, especially since I’m a chef. I really want the Taste of India box it looks amazing!

  30. bettybrico permalink
    26/03/2017 5:22 pm

    This sounds fantastic! I love Indian food, especially with all the vegan options. I read somewhere that part of the reason Indian food is so beloved is because they often employ contrasting spices! Neat, huh? Thanks for sharing your thoughtful review.

  31. alisonrost permalink
    26/03/2017 5:56 pm

    Growing up I hadn’t been exposed to the flavors of India. That all changed when we moved to our new neighborhood. Next door there is the most delightful Indian family and she cooks some incredible food. The funny thing is .. she hates the smell of it in her house .. so she cooks in her garage!

  32. Pooja K permalink
    26/03/2017 6:30 pm

    Agree. Tulsi in NYC is a great restaurant! Also, having tried out a bunch of items from the selection, I can endorse the products for taste.

  33. Jhentea Guzman permalink
    26/03/2017 6:49 pm

    Rich in taste, texture and very satisfying, Indian food, or at least that part of Indian food that is prepared with minimal oil and healthy cooking methods, is often considered one of the healthiest cuisines in the world.

  34. Milton Goh permalink
    26/03/2017 6:49 pm

    I love Indian cuisine too! It’s a tad spicy most of the time but I still love the flavors. I love their curries especially!

  35. gaborvantolna permalink
    26/03/2017 7:16 pm

    While my girlfriend is cooking something delicious spicy next to me I have to say that you inspired me to cook indian tomorrow…

    • gaborvantolna permalink
      28/03/2017 4:38 pm

      I cooked indian curry pasta yesterday, was a great success… Thats why Ill make a dall today…

  36. Ana Ojha permalink
    26/03/2017 8:42 pm

    As an Indian, I feel ashamed to admit that I can’t eat Indian cuisine which has very hot and spicy flavors. Though my hubby loves it!

  37. Wendy Polisi permalink
    26/03/2017 8:47 pm

    I got the Chicken Tikka Masala which was delicious and how it should be, and the garlic naan which was the perfect consistency

  38. Pratibha (@Myepica) permalink
    27/03/2017 1:55 am

    Bookmarking this blog! Need to know more! 🙂

  39. Rhian Westbury permalink
    27/03/2017 2:36 am

    Wow what an unusual subscription box. My parents love Indian cuisine so I’m sure they’d love this x

  40. robin masshole mommy permalink
    27/03/2017 2:56 am

    This is such an awesome way to try new foods. I think my kids would love this.

  41. Michelle Snow permalink
    27/03/2017 3:56 am

    I love Indian cooking and this does sound like a tasty box to try out! Though I’m a little confused by your last paragraph talking about Greek food.

  42. Fred permalink
    27/03/2017 7:07 am

    India is indeed a very ancient and diverse culture. For its food, we usually associate India with curry. But I guess not everything has curry over there. This food pack gives us more of a balanced sampling of their cuisine.

  43. Alfonzowords permalink
    27/03/2017 7:07 am

    I love this line “Despite what some people might think about Indian cooking, it is as diverse, flavorful and creative as the people.”
    Being an indian most of my weeks are comprised of indian cuisine lol
    Great photos and awesome recipe.

  44. Stacey permalink
    27/03/2017 7:23 am

    what a beautiful array of food. looks delicious!

  45. franckxethee permalink
    27/03/2017 7:25 am

    I think when it comes to Indian cuisine, I love the richness of their spices and flavor. It’s truly a delightful experience for the taste buds.

  46. Cameron permalink
    27/03/2017 7:56 am

    This looks like such a fun box! What a great way to try foods from around the world!

  47. Amanda Love permalink
    27/03/2017 8:00 am

    Indian cooking has always been packed with spices and different flavors, that’s what makes them stand out. I would love to receive a basket like this! It would be nice to try these out.

  48. TheBohoChica permalink
    27/03/2017 8:29 am

    Nice to know the box includes the MTR Dosa Mix. The thing about Indian food abroad is often the focus is on North Indian food- creamy, rich gravies cooked with dry fruits and saffron, and often cheese and yogurt. While North Indian food is delicious, so is South Indian or East Indian but somehow, they have been left behind in popularity. Dosa is a delicious and versatile meal from South Indian and can be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch and dinner- nice to see it’s included in the box.

  49. ghastlyvongore permalink
    27/03/2017 9:40 am

    Oh man I am so jealous lol. Indian food is some of the best food out there. The spices used are absolutely amazing. I love the packaging as well. I need to look into this subscription box.

  50. Michelle Waller permalink
    27/03/2017 9:49 am

    I love India styled rice!! I would really love to give this box a try.

  51. Jojo Vito | The Happy Trip permalink
    27/03/2017 7:00 am

    This post reminds me of my trip last year in India. In two weeks time I guess, I was able to try various kinds of spices and tastes. I miss that trip so much 🙂

  52. Coralie permalink
    27/03/2017 11:10 am

    I honestly haven’t tried a lot of Indian food, but I think it looks really good. My hubby would love it

  53. A Busy Bees Life permalink
    27/03/2017 11:22 am

    Love trying different types of cuisine from various cultures. I especially love spicy food and I love Indian food because of the lovely spices. I like the boxes and their items.

  54. Lisa Rios permalink
    27/03/2017 2:23 pm

    I love Indian food! It’s delicious and there’s always a wonderful balance of healthy and pleasurable food.

  55. Violinkit permalink
    27/03/2017 1:29 pm

    This Try the World India Box looks great and full of tasty treats. I love Basmati Rice . Its so difficult to locate really good Indian Food here in Ireland that it makes sense to cook your own . This box would be really handy for creating your own Indian dishes homestyle.

  56. Krista Bel permalink
    27/03/2017 2:01 pm

    I just realized that you have a string of taste the world posts. That’s amazing. I always tell my friends that I want to eat food in different languages. i think that’s amazing that there’s even a box for that. Really creative. I wish you could send me some cus I probably would not know what to do with the ingredients when I get them. Anyway happy eating

  57. Fatima Torres at MTME permalink
    27/03/2017 8:00 pm

    What a great way to taste different meals from other cultures. Love that the shipping is free.

  58. Blair Villanueva permalink
    27/03/2017 11:49 pm

    Thanks your for your very informative post. I am curious about their other delicacies. What is the national food India?

  59. sikat101 permalink
    28/03/2017 12:06 am

    This is a pretty cool idea. I hope there would be something similar to thing in my country. We have subscription boxes but mostly for beauty stuff. I would love food stuff to try delivered to me. -katrina centeno

  60. Clark Albert permalink
    28/03/2017 4:47 am

    These are super brands that a must to try.

  61. Bhushavali permalink
    28/03/2017 5:28 am

    I’m so glad to look at this post! Being an Indian, and a lover of spices,this sounds like a awesome package for introducing Indian cuisine for others!

  62. The Mad Mommy permalink
    28/03/2017 11:00 am

    Think these food boxes are so fun! What an amazing way to try new cuisine!

  63. Bismah permalink
    28/03/2017 12:53 pm

    Anyone who has never tried Indian food has to do so. I was reluctant when I tried my first dish of Indian food. Even though there is such a wide array of spices used in each dish the result is quite tasty and flavorful.

  64. Leo T. Ly permalink
    28/03/2017 2:32 pm

    I love multicultural food and can’t get enough of it. My favourite Indian food dish is the butter chicken. Pretty boring and common, but it’s really good.

  65. Ashlea permalink
    28/03/2017 6:10 pm

    I have tried Indian food before and wasn’t very fond of it. Then I don’t like a lot of food and can’t eat spicy food.

  66. The Inspiration Edit (@Inspire_Edit) permalink
    29/03/2017 3:25 am

    Looks great, I always love to receive these kind of goodies it looks like I’m from their country.

  67. R U S S permalink
    29/03/2017 4:39 am

    Look at all those goodies. We don’t have a lot of Indian restos here but I love their dishes. I can just imagine how all these have bold flavors. Enjoy!

  68. Terri Ramsey Beavers permalink
    29/03/2017 8:09 am

    It looks like there is a nice mixture of goodies in this box. It was fun learning about the chef behind the box as well.

  69. Angela Zimsky permalink
    30/03/2017 12:28 am

    I used to get this subscription box but decided to cancel because I wasnt using the products. I am interested in signing up for it again but have to discuss it with my husband first. This looks like a great box!

  70. Claire Santiago permalink
    30/03/2017 6:56 am

    I am excited to learn more about Indian cuisine. I have tasted some Indian foods and I love the different spices used in the dishes.

  71. Jay Colby permalink
    30/03/2017 4:44 pm

    This seems like a tasty snack. I might have to try this one day!

  72. Elizabeth permalink
    31/03/2017 12:23 am

    What a fab sounding subscription box! I am a big fan of Indian food flavours, and this sort of box would be right up my street!

  73. Tamsin permalink
    31/03/2017 1:46 am

    I love Indian food, being a vegetarian I find all Asian food to be one of the tastiest options for me. I hope this box is available in my country soon and I would definitely try it!

  74. Rosey permalink
    31/03/2017 1:49 pm

    Excellent point on how diverse the population is, thus the food would be too. I imagine it’s a place that never gets old when it comes to eating out. And hurrah for a subscription box that features some of the best. 🙂

  75. Sabrina Barbante (@SabrinaBarbante) permalink
    31/03/2017 12:30 pm

    I’ve never tried any of these products, maybe they’re not commercialized in Italy or prepared just in indian restaurants. It’s a shame since i truly love indian food.

  76. Erin (@FaithFoodFamFun) permalink
    31/03/2017 3:31 pm

    Yum! The recipe for the Spicy Corn Chaat with Dosas sounds amazing! We grow a lot of corn so I’m always on the lookout for yummy recipes!

  77. Via Bella permalink
    02/04/2017 9:36 am

    LOVE Indian food. Will have to check this out!! Thank you for sharing!

  78. Tiffany Yong permalink
    02/04/2017 10:05 am

    I love long grain rice! It has a nice fragrance that we don’t get in the normal white or brown rice~ I’m surprised how keen I am in most of the products in this box~

  79. diana permalink
    02/04/2017 12:54 pm

    this is an amazing post, being an indian i feel so proud you have mentioned such good details about indian food. i love sohan papdi and yes food here is varied and vast. great post and very informative

  80. Jessica Taylor permalink
    24/04/2017 7:52 am

    These all look like great products! I have never heard of any of them, but I am always up to trying something new!

  81. whitney permalink
    26/04/2017 8:16 pm

    The subscription box looks very good and educational on other cultures food. I have not heard of this company subscription box, I like the way food brings families together.

  82. Otilia permalink
    27/04/2017 6:19 am

    I love rice in any colour or way of making – japanese , chinese, indian or romanian.

  83. Blair Villanueva permalink
    29/04/2017 1:21 pm

    Indian food is one of my favorite. Especially the vegetable curry.

  84. Preet@thevelvetlife permalink
    13/11/2017 12:40 pm

    What an amazing box it is. I love Indian food and spicy food is what I crave most of the days. I like the variety of products in this box, will check this out. Also, the way you have described and the quotes mentioned are so thoughtful and beautiful.

  85. Ithfifi Williams / IthinityBeauty permalink
    23/04/2018 7:24 am

    Still loving the idea of these boxes, such a great way to try different cuisines with authentic ingredients! I would lovoe to try all the food inside this box!

  86. Jojo Vito permalink
    28/03/2020 8:24 am

    I am not really a fan of Indian food, but once in while I would crave for it 🙂


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