The Indian cuisine is enriched with a blend of regional Indian dishes.
The different cuisines consist of spices, vegetables and fruits from specific local cities, this makes the Indian
food very diverse. The already varied cuisine is also influenced by culture and religion.
Vegetarian food is very ordinary in the Indian community. Islamic influences from the Mongol and Persian era shaped the contemporary Indian cuisine. The Indian cuisine is constantly evolving as a result of interaction with different communities.
Historical incidents such as the British colonization brought different kinds of ingredients to India, for example potatoes, chili peppers, breadfruits were brought to India by foreign countries. The Indian cuisine in turn has made an important impact on the international cuisine. Indian spices for example were traded with other countries for opium and rubber. Mass immigration also formed the cuisines of Caribbean and other Asian countries