Coconut flavoured chocolate may not be a common favourite, but these chocolate coconut balls are about to change that. Mini balls of chocolate and desiccated coconut rolled together, the sweet has the bittersweet flavor of chocolate with a hint of
Indian bread baskets see a ton of varieties like roti, paratha, lachha paratha, puri, kulcha, bhatura, et al in the kitchen. The reason behind this is majorly the widely varying cultural influences from different states and regions, and the culinary thrive
Indian vegetable, or moreover Indian curries may seem like a lot of work. And frankly, some of them even are, but then there are the heavenly dishes like this aloo tamatar ki sabzi that make cooking ten times easier. The
Veg Kabab in the broader spectrum of the word includes any and every kabab fit for consumption by a non-meat eater. This could include veg seekh, veg galouti, veg shami, hara bhara kababs, and the list can go on endlessly.
Chilla – or cheela – is a popular Indian breakfast usually made with powdered Bengal gram (besan) or other other powdered pulses along with chopped tomatoes, onions, and chilies. The savoury crepe is as delicious as it is healthy. Moreover,
Idlis are a multi-purpose snack. You can have them as if with a bowl of sambhar and some chutney, or you whip up the leftovers with an added bunch of spices and veggies and voila, just like that you get
‘Do Pyaza’ is a type of creamy South-Asian gravy that is less water and more spice. The somewhat dry masala gravy is named so because of the cooking technique, which requires adding onion to the gravy twice – both at
Pakoras are a chai-time essential in every Indian household. Whether it’s paired a nice monsoon afternoon and a cup of cardamom tea or a lazy winter noon and some piping hot masala chai, pakoras are always crucial to drinking tea.
Ribbon pakora a.k.a. ribbon murukku is deeply rooted in all Indian chai and snack loving hearts. The deep fried snack is a slightly tweaked version of the classic murukku. The differences being in shape and a slightly altered ingredients list
Tea, a.k.a. chai (NOT chai latte), makes up for a vital part of the Indian household. Whether it’s a winter-special ginger tea, a delicious masala chai, or a simple sweet tea, there is a special spot for each in the
The list of Indian mithais may be a long one, but the long list of Indian savouries sure does match up to that. And one popular dish that takes a little from both the dishes is the mawa kachori. A
Apricots are as delicious as they are healthy. The fruit makes for a great healthy snack, being a rich source of calcium, magnesium, potassium, and other important nutrients. Apricots can be used in making a number of delicious recipes like
Panchamrut, also known as panchamrit, is a holy Indian drink. The word ‘panchamrut’ is Sanskrit for ‘a combination of five nectars’ (panch: five, amrut: nectar), where milk is for purification; ghee for strength; yogurt for prosperity; sugar for happiness; and honey