Tag : Indian Food in Vancouver

Indian Spices - Sula Indian Restaurant

8 Essential Spices in Indian Cuisine

The Indian diet makes use of many spices, flavours, and colours. It is generally low in fat and high in vegetables, fruit, and lean meat. Many of the spices used in Indian cooking contain health benefits ranging from high iron content, to helping treat and cure skin irritation, to minimizing high blood pressure. Turmeric Turmeric can be used fresh or dried and is in almost a dozen of Sula’s dishes such as the Mattar Paneer, Navrattan Korma, and many of […]

Malabar Fish Curry Recipe - Sula Indian Restaurant in Vancouver

Savour the Summer with our Favourite Malabar Fish Curry Recipe

Flowers are blooming, the sun is shining and there’s a fresh new summer dish on our menu to celebrate the start of the summer season. Malabar Fish Curry is one of our favourite dishes for summertime. It’s easy to prepare on those busy summer days or nights when you’re out enjoying the best time and weather of the year. You can check it out on our menu or prepare it for yourself at home with the recipe below. This curry […]

Popular Indian Dishes in Vancouver

5 Most Popular Indian Dishes

Indian cuisine is best known for its use of aromatic spices and it’s affinity for complex flavours that are both comforting and exciting. Traditional Indian food combines a multitude of flavours like salty, sweet, spicy and creamy, with generations of cooking styles to create rich dishes that are well loved across the globe. While there are many well-loved Indian dishes, there are several that are a staple in most Indian restaurants and homes. Chicken Tikka Masala Chicken Tikka Masala gained […]

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The History of Indian Cuisine

Indian cuisine is not one specific style of dishes and reflects over 5,000 years of interactions and diversification. It encompasses a variety of cooking methods, styles, and ingredients from a variety of regions throughout the country. Indian food has also been very heavily influenced by religious and cultural changes throughout history and contact with other nations has brought different elements into the mix. Throughout history, colonial conquests and trading practices were a major factor in shaping Indian cuisine as it […]

Chai Benefits and Indian Food in Vancouver - Sula Indian Restaurant

The Health Benefits of Chai

A longstanding staple in Indian culture, chai is an aromatic blend of tea, spices, and herbs that is packed full of powerful health benefits. Ingredients like cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, clove, and black pepper have been coveted for their ability to improve cardiovascular health, help with digestion and help lower blood sugar levels. At Sula Indian Restaurant in Vancouver, chai is a staple and we are always in search of the finest blends of chai to bring to our guests. Traditionally, […]

Dine out restaurants in Vancouver and Indian Food - Sula Indian Restaurant

What You Should Know About Food in Vancouver

Vancouver is a cultural epicentre that is well-known for its thriving food scene. One of the best cities in Canada for food (alongside Toronto and Montreal), Vancouver offers a diverse array of cooking styles from all over the globe and is home to some of the best chefs and food curators. Here’s what you need to know about food in Vancouver: The Food is Diverse Diversity is everywhere in Vancouver—especially when it comes to food. If you’re from Vancity then […]

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The Mighty Little Lentil: Red Lentils, a Sula favorite

1 Pot Meals – huge fan, can’t say enough about them. There’s nothing more pleasing then getting all of your ‘nutritional requirements,’ or simply staving off hunger with something that fits in one pot.  Not that I’m discriminating against say 3 pot meals but for the added bonus of reheating everything the next day in just 1 pot—need I say more?! In search of that secret ingredient meets all nutritional requirements, or at least contributes to your protein, foliate, dietary […]

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Kofta Dil Bahar: veggie dumplings bathed in iconic butter sauce

To follow up on my comment the other day about how it feels as though it’s not really Winter in Vancouver right now and how it should be Spring, I take it all back. I could complain about the lovely coolness we’re currently experiencing  but instead, I’m going to partake in an opportunity to warm up with some of Sula’s Kofta Dil Bahar. It’s a dish that I’ve haven’t tried yet (I tend to get slightly obsessed with a few […]

Shwarma Vancouver Sula Indian Restaurant

For the love of a caramelized onion: Sula’s Secrets

Despite how there’s no snow outside, it’s actually lovely out and how, sometimes, we can sneak out without a coat, it’s still technically Winter (I feel like I’ve made note of this before). That soup/stew/heavy-warm dish you look forward to around noon type season. Curry, is something I personally crave on a regular basis, regardless of the time of year. Usually, I obsessive over it when I’m out running, especially when it’s cold. I could go on and on about […]

Cilantro Soup Vancouver Sula Indian Restaurant

Just cause it’s wicked cold outside… Mulligatawny Soup Recipe

It’s funny how, myself included, people are taken aback by how incredibly cold it is outside.  The other day a friend of mine commented on how Chinese New Year is suppose to coincide with a swap in wardrobe for something less Winter like. Albeit, it’s still Winter here and elsewhere in the country,  so why are we completely confused by all of this? It’s beautiful out, so nice that bike ride seems in order especially if you’re bundled up finest […]