Indian Food Described in Lofty Masterchef Terms

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The Masterchef franchise in all its food porn glory is a favourite watch for a large number of people (even if they don't own up to it). It's a visual delight to watch - meat sizzling on a pan, butter melting and beautifully dressed up plates of food being put out in front of an often red-faced, screaming Gordon Ramsay. It's food drama and orchestrating it are the judges; a surly Gordon Ramsay, a beaming Matt Preston or the gregarious George Calmobaris.

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Indian food in all its complexity is a melange of flavours cooked in various ways in a myriad number of spices. What amuses us as we idly munch on our pakoras watching the show, is the lofty terms they use to describe, well, a few portions of meat tossed with vegetables. So we've tried our hand (playfully) at guessing what some of our everyday Indian dishes would be described as on Masterchef. Take a look!

"Ek mirchi aur dena, bhaiya"

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"Light on the palate with subtle flavours."

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Our very own exotic wrap voraciously eaten on the go

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No pretty plates for this one, you just need your fingers

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No napkin will save your clothes

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Crunchy pockets of happiness at Bablu bhaiya's stall

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Any other dishes you'd like to add to the list in Masterchef terms? Comment below!

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