Hindi Recipes


A batch of piping hot and perfectly spiced bhindi crispy fried to perfection is just what you need to amp up your meal. Not only is this vegetarian preparation super scrumptious to gobble but is also supremely easy to whip

Murgh Malai Curry, as the name explains, is a creamy chicken curry made using meat chunks marinated in a rich blend of malai (cream) and mild spices. Much like any other Mughlai/North Indian preparation, marinating the chicken is of the

What if we told you that you could eat the classic Gujarati shrikhand and drink it too? No, we’re not kidding! The flavorsome sweet preparation exists in a drinkable form as well, known as piyush. A refreshing sweet drink, piyush

Handva, or Handvo as it is more lovingly called, is one of the many Gujarati snacks that can get you hooked on to traditional Gujarati farsan. The snack is a kind of savory cake made with a combination of rice,

No, this is not the recipe for making a person. Komal is, in fact, an extremely popular Gujarati beverage made with a combination of yogurt and coconut milk further flavored with traditional spices. A popular summer drink to beat the

When it comes to Gujarati cooking, there is absolutely no dearth of dairy, sugar, and jaggery. From dahi-infused snacks like the desi roll-up, a.k.a. khandvi to jaggery-spiked savory mains like the iconic Gujarati Kadhi, there is a little bit of

Butter masala or makhni is a popular North Indian curry that consists of generous amounts of cream, tomato, onions and a rainbow of spices. The gravy can be accompanied with chunks of cottage cheese, chicken or basically anything that goes

Khandvi or dahivadi is the Gujarati equivalent of a roll up. The savory snack is mildly spiced and tempered with mustard seeds, coriander, and coconut. The end result is a platter stacked with heavenly rolled up snacks. The Indian snack is fairly

It’s the season to indulge in the golden pulp King of Fruits, a.k.a. mango, and it is also the season to load up on all that will cool our insides. One such food that gives us the best of both

Who doesn’t like some juicy succulent meaty kababs doused in an aromatic gravy made with a flavorsome blend of cream, butter, spice, and all things nice? Better still if the kebabs are also made from scratch! Here’s a delicious kabab

Gujarat pays close attention to its snacks, and as a result, come teatime and we have a wide variety of farsan to pick from. Khaman dhokla is one such widely loved and savoured dish. A fluffy baked sponge of gram

Here’s another all-time gem out of the old Gujarati recipe book. True to the basic definition of an India ‘kadhi’ (with the exception of Sindhi kadhi), the Gujarati Kadhi too features a thick curd and gram flour gravy spiked with

Tandoori mutton may confuse a lot of cooks as the term broadly comprises a number of dishes, making one wonder whether we’re talking about tandoori lamb chops, tandoori goat, tandoori mutton tikka, or tandoori boti. We are referring to tandoori

Amti Dal is a Marathi dish that uses arhar or tur dal as its main ingredient and draws flavor from goda masala, jaggery, and coconut. The dal is a tantalizing balance between mildly spiced and a hint of sweet with

Gujarati snacks or farsan as they are collectively known, are often romanticized with crunch, spice, and heavy-duty nomenclature. But nonetheless, there is no craving a dhokla, khandvi or khakhra cannot satiate. So let’s try and make some starting with the crisp khakhra. Khakhra is

Dreading stepping out in this heat? We’ve got just the chocolaty elixir to keep you healthy, happy, and hydrated this season! This rich Mexican chocolate milkshake is thick, delicious, creamy, and all that a cocoa shake should be, only with

Contrary to popular belief, a chaap is not always vegetarian (or made of soya). Moreover, a chicken or mutton chaap is very different from its non-vegetarian counterpart. This shahi chicken chaap is proof of that. Best served with some lachha

Gujarat takes its food rather seriously, as is evident from their gigantic selection of farsaan (snacks). When sipping tea in Gujarat or with a Gujarati, prepare yourself for an elaborate snacking menu, which your taste buds will savor for ages.

Pickles are an excellent and delicious way of stepping up the taste ante of any Indian food item. Loaded with fiery spicy and zesty flavours, the scrumptious condiment tastes like a million bucks with pretty much every food. You can

We’ve seen, heard, eaten, and even learned how to make soya chaap, and trust us when we say this, they are delicious! But of course, opinions may seem to vary, especially if you’re a meat eater and like to steer