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If you enjoy spicy tangy and lip smacking cuisine then it is time you planned a visit to New Delhi. Delhi has no specific food culture. Food culture in Delhi is a mixture of North Indian food, Mughlai Cuisines, Punjabi food and mouth watering street food. It also includes a variety of cuisines from different parts of India. Delhi is a hot spot for Continental, Thai, Mexican and Chinese food as well.


The dahi bhalla will remind you of various other North Indian street foods like the papdi chaat, aloo tikki or even the household favorite dahi vada. Reason being the way it is made and the ingredients like the chutneys, the

Usal is a classic Marathi dish that consists of a main ingredient – like sprouts, moth beans, etc – stir fried with mild spices, curry leaves and chopped veggies of choice with a slight curry. The usal makes for a

Vibrant culture, heart-warming people, and lip-smacking food; there is no better way to describe this beautiful state. The Gujarati cuisine has a whole different idea of flavours, predominantly sweet and otherwise mostly spicy.  A community that is fond of its

Aloo Bhaja Recipe

Of the many things that are vital to Indian households, potato dishes and chai­-time snacks are two that are probably the most indispensable. The former finds its way into pretty much every dish, cuisine, and region, while there is no

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

A major chunk of the world’s population would rather pair their main dish with rice instead of bread. Of course by “major chunk” I am referring to Asia because rice is “BAE” on this side of the hemisphere. Whether it’s

Delhi’s street food is inclusive of a lot of regional favorites and likewise has a lot of regional versions as well. But how do you get a taste of the authentic aloo tikki, paratha, chaat, and bhalla? Simple, you refer

Moong dal or split green gram is often linked with healthy eating. And with good reason. Be it raw as a green salad or cooked as dal, the green gram comes with its baggage of flavor and nutrients. The whole

Enjoy this Republic day by preparing food with the theme of tricolour. Make a special tricoloured platter with a wide range of succulent food. Bringing in the patriotism flavour to your taste buds, celebrate the day with Hariyali chicken, rice

Fish Pakoda Recipe

We’ve tried out a fair variety of pakoras. From paneer and broccoli to bread and even some shrimp! But the fish pakora manages to trump most of them. Especially if you’re a fish lover. The recipe is unlike any other

Mirchi Vada Recipe

Mirchi Vada or Mirch Bada, also commonly known as Mirchi Bhajiya or Mirchi Bhaja, is a traditional Indian snack hails from Rajasthan and is a popular teatime grub. The mirchi vada is made by batter-frying deseeded Bhavnagri chilies (green chili

Gongura is a kind of leafy plant grown in India, and which finds itself in various dishes in the Andhra region. Gongura besides being utterly delicious is also a rich source of iron, vitamins, folic acid and anti-oxidants that play

Print Recipe Paneer Intended! A semi-dry paneer and capsicum preparation. Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Prep Time 20 minutes Cook Time 20 minutes Servings MetricUS Imperial Ingredients cup ¾onion finely chopped1 tsp ginger garlic paste1 cup tomato

Rava Kheer Recipe

Anyone who is even remotely fond of Indian mithai (sweets), will be familiar and oh-so-in-love with the milky delight that is kheer, and all the number of ways and ingredients with which it can be prepared. Adding to the long

Indian gravies are a treat for all spice-loving souls. Add to that marinated chunks of chicken and you’ve got yourself heaven on a platter! One such heavenly chicken dish is the Kolhapuri chicken. As the name suggests, the dish has

Malai Paneer is a quick and delicious recipe that can be chowed down with flatbreads, rice or even as is if you skip the gravy. The chewy softness of the paneer teamed with the rich and creamy semi-dry gravy makes

Drumstick is a popular vegetable in South Asia. And Indian being the largest producer of the drumstick plant is also easily the largest consumer of the same. Drumsticks can be found in various Indian dishes like dal, sambhar, rasam, and

If you’ve been born and brought up on in the Northwestern chunk of India, or spent a considerable amount of your life in Delhi – or even spent a winter in this region – you’d be well affiliated with the

Missi Roti Recipe

Missi roti find its roots in the Indian state of Punjab, which is popular for its rich tradition and culture. And anyone who has had a bite of Punjabi cuisine will know how this richness has seeped right into Punjabi

Dal Bukhara Recipe

There is dal makhani and then there is dal Bukhara. The dish, which is a namesake of the Delhi-based restaurant where it originated, is a popular dal not only in the Capital but all around the world. Tourists and VIPs