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January 15, 2019
Winter Snack Recipes

Let’s make the most of the thriving frosty season, shall we? There is no better way than to relish some hot savoury snacks which, by the way, are also very nutritious. We’ve sifted through zillion snack recipes for the cold weather and finally curated a list of winter snacks which ticks boxes of everything from taste to nutrition to ease of making. Read on to find what you can nibble on this season.

Momos, a little pocket of happiness, is a gastronomical delight for every other person. Just a visual of a plate of momos with the spicy red chutney makes a street food lover’s tongue tickle. One can well-relate momos in the culinary map of India; be it Delhi, Mumbai or Bengaluru, momos have successfully won hearts of people from all over India. Several varieties of momos in food fares and street markets can be found. Such [...]Read More

Fruits on a Stick

Summer vacations have started! Sitting at home, kids often like to indulge in cool savories to beat the heat of the summers. The very sound of an ice-cream vendor in the neighbourhood is a pleasure to their ears. It becomes a daunting task for the mothers to restrain kids from eating ice-creams from outside too frequently. To avoid such a situation, it is always better to go in for home-made cool and refreshing recipes. The [...]Read More

Piyush - Key Ingredients

Curd or dahi is used all over India in different preparations. It is considered good for your stomach as it cools down the digestive system and gives a much needed respite from the Indian curries and spice rich dishes. If we look at north, we find curd drinks like lassi in sweet and salt form, in the south we see curd rice and. Raita is common throughout the country while plain and flavoured yogurts are [...]Read More

September 16, 2014
Chana Usli - Key Ingredients

As a food lover, I always look out for recipes for a healthy and filling breakfast. One such recipe I came across and I’m sharing with you is Chana Usli. This dish comes to you from the State of Karnataka, and would suit the palate of all Indians. It can be made quickly and is low in bad calories, while it tastes really good. I garnished it with ground coconut and some dhania leaves for a nice [...]Read More

Falafel - Key Ingredients

There are lot of commonalities between the Indian cuisine and the Middle Eastern cuisine. Both have a tradition of using herbs and spices and the dishes made in either of the region can be relished by the other. Falafel is one such dish made in the Middle East region which would go well for the Indian palate. Falafel is made with chick peas or chole along with herbs like coriander and parsley and spices like [...]Read More

August 8, 2014
Masala Dosa - Key Ingredients

There are certain time-tested dishes and everyone loves to have them. One among these is masala dosa, one of my favourites as well. Growing up in North India, we used to look forward to days when we could lay our hands on these yummy dosas made by our South Indian neighbours or sometimes go out for a family dinner to have them in the restaurant. These are available ubiquitously and made just perfect in darshini restaurants. [...]Read More

August 6, 2014
Cheese Paratha

The other day I was looking to do a different brunch, and I just could not decide on what to eat when one of my friends suggested a Cheese Paratha. I was a bit skeptical as I’d never had this before and I could not imagine how I can make a paratha with cheese filling. But believe me it turned out just awesome, not only I loved it with some home-made achaar, the kids in [...]Read More

Badam Ka Sharbat Ingredients

Sharbat’s has been used in India since traditional times. As kids and even now, roohafza, rose and mint sharbat’s are the favorites as summer drinks. Right now it is also Ramzaan time and iftar in the evening needs a perfect beverage to go with the food. So why not make healthy Badam Ka Sharbat? Badam or almonds are rich in proteins and carbohydrates, you can easily make a sharbat and store it in the refrigerator for [...]Read More

June 21, 2014
Raw Mango Rice

How many different dishes have you prepared with raw mangoes? I’m sure many, like aam panna, kaache aam ka raita, aam ka achaar, kacche aam ki chutney and others. However have you ever prepared rice with raw mangoes? This is a recipe from my South Indian friends and goes well in any of the meals, be it breakfast or dinner. Raw Mango Rice can be served with some raita or any curry and brings out a [...]Read More

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