Indian Kitchen in Germany

The German Supermarket Challenge!

When we visit a large German supermarket, not only are we spoilt for choices, but we are also a bit confused and overwhelmed. With so many products and everything written in German, finding the right products and making the right choices sometimes becomes challenging. To overcome this challenge, I have created this page: “Identifying Products in the German Supermarket‘.
Click here to access information on ingredient sourcing by identifying various products available in german supermarkets. This can help you make an informed choice and a sensible purchase.

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The All-Embracing Kitchen

Food brings us joy, but cooking can be an overwhelming experience, especially when you are out of your comfort zone. In India, we have all the pots and pans, from roti Tawas, idli makers, and Puttu stands to the right kadhais to fry our pooris and papads. In addition, all the ingredients are readily available. But when we move to another country, we are out of our comfort zone. We don’t get our favorite vegetables; we miss making some of the dishes we grew up with because we don’t have the suitable vessel to make them, or we sometimes don’t get the same smell and taste despite following the recipes we used back home. In My Kitchen,’ you will find recipes and workarounds I have tried while living in Germany. Although my home mostly has the lovely aroma of Indian food, I often try food from other countries too. I am a proud possessor of an all-embracing kitchen where we, as a family, cook all the dishes that intrigue us. In my recent quest to understand products in german supermarkets, I got inspired to try international cooking. The inspiration also came from our travels and family holidays. Therefore, apart from sharing Indian recipes, I am also sharing recipes for foods that caught my interest while living in Germany. Click here to access my kitchen and all the recipes.

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