The British influence on Indian cuisine is undeniable. During the British Raj period in India, the British introduced new ingredients and cooking styles to Indian cuisine. This included ingredients like potatoes, tomatoes, and chili peppers as well as curry powder and other seasonings. British chefs also introduced dishes like kedgeree and mulligatawny soup. Indian cooks adapted these dishes and ingredients, creating their own versions of British classics. As a result, Indian cuisine today is a mix of British and Indian flavors and cooking techniques.