Top 5 Indian Street food dishes that are a treat for your taste buds

Indian Street Food Raleigh NC

Indian street food is diverse in culture. The taste and the uniqueness of each dish are marvelous. Every street food of India is so famous worldwide that people from different countries come to visit India just to have a taste of the colorful street food. The top 5 on the charts are –

Chicken 65

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The most ordered food item in India among the non-veg. street stalls. The red color of the chicken and the spicy feel is really mouthwatering. It is usually consumed as a side dish with some main courses.

Chettinad chicken

Indian Street Food Raleigh NC

The color and taste of the Chettinad chicken make anyone greedy. To consume a Chettinad chicken by tolerating its spice is mastered only with time.

Chole Bhaturey

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If one is looking for a meal after having some tasty snacks, it must be Chole Bhaturey. Bhaturey (puffed and deep-fried Indian bread) is served filled 1ith smashed chickpeas with some shredded, green chutney, onions, and pickle or achar. It surely is a perfect meal from a street food stall.

Chicken tandoori

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Chicken tandoori is an all-in-one food item that is consumed as a snack as well as the main course. The kebab-like fried chicken pieces with spices are so delicious.

Veg. fried rice

Vege Fried Rice

Veg fried rice may sound like a food item that should be consumed only from a reputable restaurant but the actual way of making fried rice by street food stalls makes it tastier. Veg. fried rice can be consumed with curry or just like that as you prefer!

Celebrating the History of Black History Month!

The month of February marks the starting of Black History Month, a recognized celebration that outlines the long-standing contributions of African Americans who have lived in this country and have fought and struggled for racial justice.

The celebration has become one of the most glorious cultural events on the calendar.

How did Black History Month Begin?

The whole idea sprung from the fact that Black history was taught from a white-centered perspective and did not do justice to the actual history.

Known as the Father of Black History, Carter G. Woodson developed Black History Month. Born into a slave family – he is the second African American to earn a Ph.D. at Harvard University.

He founded the Association for the Study of African American Life and History as he recognized and understood that the American education system did not offer sufficient information regarding the great achievements and accomplishments of African Americans.

The Negro History Week was thus proposed by Woodson in 1926. The idea was to showcase everything students learned in a school year about Black history.

Not until 1976, and during the peak of the civil rights movement, President Gerald Ford made the week-long celebration into a month-long one as Black History Month.

Why was February chosen for Black History Month?

Woodson selected the second week of February that coincided with the birthdays of two noted personalities, one being Frederick Douglass, an abolitionist who escaped from slavery, and Abraham Lincoln who ended slavery.

It was essential as Woodson believed, that young African Americans began to understand and to be proud of their glorious cultural heritage.

We at Pandyanad are celebrating this cultural month by offering special dinner recipes and Black music to highlight the theme of Black History. Street food specialties from India join in with lavish spreads of culinary delights to make the celebrations even more spicy and varied.

Come celebrate with us this historical event with a dash of Indian food blends at our exclusive restaurant for an unforgettable culinary experience.