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Japanese Woman Tastes ‘Palak Paneer’ For the first time.

It was shared by Stepin Kitchen on Instagram on April 18. The page is managed by its owner Nisha Zaveri who runs Kobe based, vegetarian catering service.

A Japanese woman has given her seal of approval to Indian delicacies, according to a viral video. The woman in a now famous video, is seen trying Palak Paneer and vegetable curry for the first time, a report in The Tribune, Chandigarh, says.

The spices, flavours, and aroma of Indian cuisine is popular around the world. People from many countries visit India, just to taste its unique and spicy food. A Japanese woman too gave her seal of approval to an Indian delicacy, according to a video going viral.

It was shared by Stepin Kitchen on Instagram on April 18. The page is managed by its owner Nisha Zaveri who runs Kobe based, vegetarian catering service.

In the viral video, the senior citizen is seen taking a bite of paratha (flat bread) and Palak Paneer (a dish made out of spinach and cottage cheese) together, and looks amazed by its taste. She then tells the person shooting the video that the food is healthy.

The video has received over 23,000 views and over 1,660 likes on Instagram. Users have made heartfelt comments on the post.

“She will never eat Japanese again don’t make her do that,” a user wrote.

In the viral video, the senior citizen is seen taking a bite of paratha (flat bread) and Palak Paneer (a dish made out of spinach and cottage cheese) together, and looks amazed by its taste. She then tells the person shooting the video that the food is healthy.

“Everyone should at least try real Indian food from India….. Not the one they serve outside,” a second user commented.

Last month, a video of little girl trying Indian food for the first time at a restaurant in Australia went viral on social media.

Indian cuisine includes a wide range of regional and traditional dishes from across the Indian subcontinent. These cuisines vary substantially due to differences in soil, climate, culture, ethnic groups, and professions, and use locally available spices, herbs, vegetables, and fruits

Indian cuisine has shaped the history of international relations – a proof being the spice trade between India and Europe. Since olden times, spices were sent from India to Europe and other parts of Asia.

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