The first impression we get from Indian cuisine, is how colorful it is. People often ask: Will this indian dish taste spicy or rather acid?
In India, local common food are often accompanied by a bright spice, for example, Dosa, Idli, Biryani, Momos, Pani Puri, Banana Chips, Bhelpuri, Vada, Dhokla, Pakora ... etc.
In fact, India is the country of spices. It is the world's largest exporting country of spice and sauces. When hitting the streets of India, spices shops can be seen everywhere. Restaurants also usually provide very colorful and tasty food. For that purpose, they often own a wet grinder and a dry grinder to make this panoply of ingredients.
On our website, you can find a lot of interesting information on Indian foods, and according to the food you want to make, you can choose the suitable grinding machine.
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