5 life-saving cooking tips for Indian students living abroad

5 life-saving cooking tips for Indian students living abroad

There is no doubt that almost every Indian student would be excited to do their masters abroad. The High-tech economy and the fewer number of programs in India, considered by international experts as the top class of educational programs are the major reasons for Indian students to fly abroad.

India has several thousand tribes, 22 official languages and several hundred dialects, six major world religions, and many ethnic and linguistic groups. Indian cuisine includes a lot of varieties, which connects with people's emotions. The students who put their jaw down for Poutine and Tortilla start crying for Pappu buva (Dal Rice) and Paneer Butter Masala (gravy) real soon.

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1.      BREAKING THE FAST- If you are not a morning person or cooking the first meal of the day exhausts you, this tip will be a saviour. Stock some bread, jam varieties, Instant noodles, Bananas and some Aval/Poha. That’s it, your breakfast is sorted. You can grab a toast, have some tempered Poha, make the 2 mins noodles or just gulp a banana and hurray you are ready to start.