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A food accompaniment is a side dish that is served with the main dish
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Royal Dil Restaurant
Royal Dil Restaurant
Fine dining restaurant
Papadum  image
K30
Papadum
Accompaniment dish
Royal Dil Restaurant
With your choice of fried or roasted on the tandoor
Royal Dil Restaurant
Royal Dil Restaurant
Fine dining restaurant
Mixed Vegetable Raita image
K60
Mixed Vegetable Raita
Accompaniment dish
Royal Dil Restaurant
A cooling and refreshing yoghurt sauce with fresh cucumber, tomato & carrots
Royal Dil Restaurant
Royal Dil Restaurant
Fine dining restaurant
Masala Papadum image
K50
Masala Papadum
Accompaniment dish
Royal Dil Restaurant
Friedor roasted papadum with onion and tomato, cucumber, lightly dressed in red chilli powder &chaat masala.
Royal Dil Restaurant
Royal Dil Restaurant
Fine dining restaurant
Plain Naan image
K30
Plain Naan
Accompaniment dish
Royal Dil Restaurant
A leavened, tandoor-grilled flatbread with a soft and chewy crust
Royal Dil Restaurant
Royal Dil Restaurant
Fine dining restaurant
Butter Naan image
K35
Butter Naan
Accompaniment dish
Royal Dil Restaurant
A leavened, tandoor-grilled flatbread luxuriously enriched with butter delivers a full-bodied flavour
Royal Dil Restaurant
Royal Dil Restaurant
Fine dining restaurant
Garlic Naan image
K40
Garlic Naan
Accompaniment dish
Royal Dil Restaurant
A leavened, tandoor-grilled flatbread flavoured with hints of crushed garlic
Royal Dil Restaurant
Royal Dil Restaurant
Function venue
Chilli Cheese Naan image
K50
Chilli Cheese Naan
Accompaniment dish
Royal Dil Restaurant
A leavened, tandoor-grilled flatbread topped with spicy green chillies and tasty cheese topping
Royal Dil Restaurant
Royal Dil Restaurant
Fine dining restaurant
Rumali Roti  image
K70
Rumali Roti
Accompaniment dish
Royal Dil Restaurant
An unleavened, thin and supple folded bread made with wholemeal flour.
Royal Dil Restaurant
Royal Dil Restaurant
Fine dining restaurant
Paratha image
K35
Paratha
Accompaniment dish
Royal Dil Restaurant
A layered flaky flatbread available plain or with butter
Royal Dil Restaurant
Royal Dil Restaurant
Fine dining restaurant
Tandoori Roti image
K25
Tandoori Roti
Accompaniment dish
Royal Dil Restaurant
An unleavened, tandoori oven-cooked flatbread made in the tandoor, that can ordered plain or with butter
Royal Dil Restaurant
Royal Dil Restaurant
Fine dining restaurant
Mixed Bread Basket image
K100
Mixed Bread Basket
Accompaniment dish
Royal Dil Restaurant
Try an assortment of Naan, Paratha, and Roti of your choice
Fratelli’s Diner
Fratelli’s Diner
Take away restaurants
Fried Mashed Potatoes  image
K39
Fried Mashed Potatoes
Accompaniment dish
Fratelli’s Diner
Infused With Mince & Cheese
Fratelli’s Diner
Fratelli’s Diner
Take away restaurants
Pineapple Rice image
K29
Pineapple Rice
Accompaniment dish
Fratelli’s Diner
Fratelli’s Diner
Fratelli’s Diner
Take away restaurants
Fratelli's Wedges image
K29
Fratelli's Wedges
Accompaniment dish
Fratelli’s Diner
Fratelli’s Diner
Fratelli’s Diner
Take away restaurants
Tropical Salad image
K29
Tropical Salad
Accompaniment dish
Fratelli’s Diner

Accompaniment dish

A food accompaniment is a side dish that is served with the main dish

A food accompaniment is a side dish that is served with the main dish, it complements the main food and enriches its taste and flavour. Food accompaniment can be an integral part of the dish or served separately. They include dressings, sauces, seasonings or other snacks which are served with certain dishes simultaneously.

The food items that are served along with the principal dish to complete it are called an accompaniment. It is also referred to as a dish, sauce, salads, vegetables, certain meat items, cheese, pieces of bread, etc. are some examples of the accompaniments.

Accompaniment must blend with the flavour, taste, and colour and should give the contrast to the principal dish. It should not overpower the principal dish. They add bulk to the dishes and give greater satisfaction, improve the satiety value and enhance the taste and also help to digest foods, provide moistness and give piquancy to the dishes as well as sometimes give the name to the particular dish.

Food accompaniment is the side dish that serves with the main dish, it complements the main food and enriches its taste and flavour. Food accompaniment can be an integral part of the dish or served separately.

Some common side dishes include:

  • Asparagus.
  • Baked beans.
  • Baked potatoes.
  • Broccoli.
  • Cabbage.
  • Cauliflower.
  • Coleslaw.
  • Dinner rolls or other bread.

Accompaniment salad: also called side salad, served with the main course of the meal, make it light (potato salad, green salad) Main course salads: large enough to serve as a full meal and contains protein ingredients, such as meat, poultry, seafood, egg, beans, or cheese (chef salad)

Isn't it amazing, how a little flavour boost can change your entire dining experience? Dips and accompaniments are like a blessing in disguise for fussy eaters or those who are looking for some drama on the palate. Zambia has its own indigenous ingredients which go into making some of the most interesting accompaniments. From the regular tomato sauce, mayonnaise, soy sauce, oyster sauce, mustard sauce, salsa to other hits like hummus, baba ganoush, pesto, tzatziki, guacamole, sriracha, pate and much more - there is literally a sea of accompaniments for one to try, and they pair so well with almost anything and everything!

Dishing out dips and accompaniments at home is easy. All you need to do is take a few ingredients and unleash your creativity because there are no rules. The key lies in playing around with different flavours and textures. India is home to some of the most mouthwatering accompaniments, of which chutneys and achaarare the hot favourites. The practice of pickle making is almost like a culinary ritual, with every household having its own secret recipe. While North India savours piquant ones made of lemon, mango and mixed vegetables, chillies remain a popular choice throughout the country. In the hilly regions, meat pickles are a speciality, and as you travel down south you are introduced to packages wherein kokum, gunpowder, bananas, tamarind, coconut, curry leaves, gongura leaves and indigenous chilli variants go into making a lip-smacking range. While pickle making takes up a bit of time, on the plus point, they can be stored for a longer period.