Diwali is always a special time of year and whilst we may not be able to spend it with friends and family, it doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate it with delicious food.
Of all the traditional feasts in India, a thali makes for the perfect assortment of delicious regional dishes on a single platter. The quintessential Indian thali is more like a cultural exploration and makes for a complete meal in itself. Every region across India has its own take on the thali and as you cross geographical boundaries, you will be welcomed with an array of different local delicacies. A typical Indian thali comprises of a number of dishes and has a little bit of everything – from sides and snacks to mains and dessert, making it a wholesome experience. As diverse and distinctive as they are, all the Indian thalis serve local and seasonal delights and showcase different cooking techniques that make a particular regional cuisine unique.xt