Features

September 2010 Issue

Indian Cuisine, Healthy and Delicious

Fragrant curry, simmering dal, colorful tandoori, spicy korma—the aromatic, delicious foods of India, with their incredible range of spices, flavors, foods, colors, textures and ingredients, speak for themselves. More and more Indian restaurants are opening, and many Indian convenience foods are on our supermarket shelves. If you’re a regular at your neighborhood Indian restaurant, it’s easy to understand why this cuisine is soaring—who can resist the fabulous flavors? Looking beyond taste, however, how does Indian food rate in healthiness? There are many healthy attributes, according to Madhu Gadia, M.S., R.D., dietitian and Indian cuisine expert.

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