This melt-in-the-mouth Indian dessert is commonly found in North India and is the perfect balance of soft and crunchy.
A warm chicken curry with a hint of ginger-garlic paste, fried onions, cumin and coriander. You'll be left wondering why you didn't try this before.
A lip-smacking and spicy chicken curry that makes the perfect dinner party food.
This sensational condiment has made its way to every Indian home and is a true testament to how much Indians love their spices. A mix of fresh vegetables and fabulous mangoes, this mixed achaar will send your taste buds on a joy ride.
Here's a simple fish recipe zinged into a Punjabi avatar! Fish fillets coated in garlic, red chilli, mint paste with a dash of chillies, lemon juice, amchur, garam masala and cooked to perfection.
Fish fillets coated with a batter made of gram flour, yoghurt, eggs, lemon juice and deep fried till golden.
A lip smacking paratha to please a hungry soul! Paratha stuffed with aloo, onion, green chillies and coriander leaves filling. Don't forget to plop some butter!
A protein packed recipe with the goodness of chickpeas and rustic spices.
Spicy chickpeas with a burst of flavours. A popular recipe from the Punjab region that goes best with kulchas
A yogurt based drink with the freshness of mint!
Prepare yourself to dive into a world of spice-packed, flavour and fragrance rich Indian food. From paneer makhni to Kerala-styled prawns, from mutton roganjosh to Parsi eggs, every dish is an exceptional mix of spunky ingredients and different cooking techniques. India's regional and cultural diver...
What spaghetti is to Italians, rajma chaawal is to most North Indians. It is the ultimate comfort food and possibly the most loved one as well. Rajma or kidney beans are not just good looking, reddish-brown beans but also extremely healthy ones - They're low on fat, rich in protein, cholesterol-free...
There are some foods that never go out of season, or style. They continue to be relished in different avatars', under different names and different cuisines. One such vegetable people adore is potato aka aloo. And one of its most popular and Indian favorite forms is the 'dum aloo', which takes on di...
What does gold have to do with food? Well, I am writing about the black dal - yes humble black urad whole lentil whose avatar, the makhani dal, was invented by none other than Kundan Lal Gujral, the founder of the Moti Mahal chain.He revolutionized the way dal was cooked, making it a household name,...