Parathas have always been an excellent choice for breakfast or to pack for the tiffin/lunch box. They are also the most varied dish; you can stuff them with absolutely any veggies or dal and it can be different every time you make. Parathas are a complete meal in themselves. Today’s […]
Indian cuisine is most popular for its diversity. The variety of herbs, spices, and ingredients that are indigenous to India makes its food one of the most nourishing cuisines in the world. Indian food boosts immunity, inflammation, brain function and several other functions of the human body.
Indian cuisine employs the whole palette of flavours—spicy, sour, sweet, and hot all at the same time.
Bajri Na vada is of the traditional Gujarati snacks recipe. It is prepared from fenugreek leaves, millet flour, and few spices. The addition of fenugreek leaves adds a new dimension of flavors to the vada and a blend of seeds pressed into the vada just before frying, gives it a […]
Butter Beans/ Lima Beans or Vaal ki sabji is a wholesome yet effortless preparation. The use of varied ingredients like jaggery, tamarind, chili powder provides a unique sweet and sour tang to the dish. You can also try these different sabji preparations – Bharwan Bhindi, Spring Onion or Chana Dal. […]
The land of Royals – Rajasthan is lot more than just royalty. Rajasthan is also known for its world famous Mirchi Vada or Mirchi Pakora. If your love for pakoras hasn’t quite yet satiated with the assorted pakora platter or crunchy paneer pakora, I bring to you spicy yet lip-smacking […]
This Sabzi should be made pretty often in all kitchens. Essentially, when one gets bored of eating the same veggies, lentils or in the situation when there is no fresh stock of groceries. It’s such a simple curry. There’s practically no prep work besides boiling the baby potatoes. It has […]
Today’s recipe is none other than tangy, spicy and mouth watering Tomato Rice. The best part is it can be prepared from leftover rice. What more could you ask for? Awesomesauce tempering prepared from flavorful spices and tomato puree. It is a treat to your palate and everyone is going […]
Served with a dab of ghee on the steamed rice or with piping hot chapati, Gujarati Dal is the ideal lighthearted spread you are wanting. This slightly sweet, spicy and tangy dal is thin in texture and is perfect served with steamed rice or chapati or even parantha. Toor or […]
The most favorite Chinese combo dish out there is hands-down Fried Rice and Gravy Manchurian. Fried rice is this lovely blend of sauces, vegetables and rice thus making it a delectable dish. It is a favorite component of East Asian, Southeast Asian and certain South Asian menus. As a homemade […]
Chinese Pakora’s are crispy, spiced vegetable fritters. It has a great mix of green vegetables, spices, and sauces. When you eat the street bought Chinese fritters, don’t they always look drool-worthy, due to their color and texture and taste. So the street vendors add food color to bring in that […]
Mangochi – Moong Dal Kadhi is prepared from Moong dal (yellow lentil). The Kadhi we usually eat is consists of Besan (gram flour). Mangochi or Moong Dal Kadhi is much salubrious and lighter than the Besan Kadhi. There so many variations of Kadhi each culture has its own twist for […]