Indian food has been currying favour with the British for hundreds of years, while curry has become a generic word for any vegetable or meat with a gravy. Photo: Kalpana Sunder
How Indian food curried favour with British, and vice versa
  • When the British colonised India their culinary habits transformed as they dived into new spices and dishes, taking them home and elsewhere
  • British food – minus the “bland” stuff – and ways also had lasting impact on India’s cuisine, from afternoon tea to Chicken Dak Bungalow curry
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