As my tastebuds mature, I’ve realized how fulfilling a smaller meal with lots of flavor can be far more satisfying than a large meal consisting of just one or two items (often eaten out of a bowl!).
That’s why the Indian thali plate is so rewarding. On one tray, you’ve got not only a variety of foods (rice, dahl, roti, veggies, meat or tofu) but all the flavors one needs in a meal (sweet, sour, salty, pungent, astringent and bitter).
Even when eating a small thali plate, one will likely feel full and satisfied, especially when topped off with a sweet Indian treat!
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