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October 26, 2016: Indian food comes with a perfect balance of fresh vegetables and fruits, that can be teamed up with high notes of spices like turmeric, cumin, cardamom, cinnamon and saffron which makes a dish full of flavour, colourful and aromatic.

This week India is going to host the Annual meet for Head of State Chefs, including personal chefs to the US President Barack Obama, Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, French President François Hollande, and Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau.


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Montu Saini, the executive chef to President Pranab Mukherjee said to HT, “India has been a member of this club for three decades and never once had it hosted the general assembly.”

Saini wants to show them the flavours of Indian cuisine and culture. Chefs are going to visit the spice market in Old Delhi and will go to Agra and Jaipur, where they will be enjoying camel and elephant rides.

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White House chef Cristeta Comerford, who cooks for Barack and Michelle Obama and their children- wants to take Indian spices back as much as she can, considering the luggage she will be allowed to carry, mentioned the HT report.


Michelle Obama laughs with White House executive chef Cristeta Comerford. Flickr

On her return to Washington DC, President Barack Obama and his family is going to enjoy some Indian spicy curries.

Not only spices, India also have a wide range of mouth-watering and pocket-friendly street food. All guests are eager to taste some authentic Indian street food during their visit.

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The British royal chef, Mark Flanagan, says London has many Indian restaurants, but the country’s street food is so rich that he has to try it here, where it originated.

According to HT, Christian Garcia, chef to Prince Albert II of Monaco, said they were looking forward to becoming “ambassadors of Indian gastronomy” after their visit.

Prepared by Ruchika Kumari of NewsGram. Twitter: @RuchiUjjaini


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