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Anyone and everyone who is acquainted with snacking on North Indian street foods and desi Chinese will know well enough the sheer brilliance of crispy honey chili potato. The sweet and spicy potato snack is a supremely palatable mélange of

Besan is the finely powdered version of chickpea or gram and is also therefore famous as chickpea flour or gram flour. It is an ingredient consumed widely and in various forms – like besan ka paratha, besan ladoo, et al

Gulab Jamun is a delicious treat, especially during festivals and celebrations. Enjoyed best during the winters, gulab jamuns taste best when piping hot. But we don’t need any particular reason or a season to binge out on this spongy treacle-laden

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

Every animal (cow, pig, hen) has a distinct taste, obviously. But it is interesting to know that within each animal too, the cut, the style of cooking and the part of the body also contribute majorly to the overall taste.

Do you like pancakes, waffles, and crepes? How about you amp up the batter for these foods by adding some chocolate? The result is, needless to say, even better, yummier, and absolutely devoured by chocoholics. Also, it is a great

Crab koftas are a contemporary Indian preparation that bring together the art of cooking the widely consumed shellfish with traditional Indian koftas that are baked or deep-fried balls made of any minced meat, shredded vegetable or even crumbled tofu or paneer mixed

Moong and Millet Pizza. Delicious and healthy dish we can make at home. With the papaya ketchup, grated carrot and melted cheese makes the pizza looks great and tastes yummy.

Just as delicious goat meat in every form is, equally nutritious is every inch, cut, and scraping off the meat. From the rich barbecued grills and meaty liver fry to delicious curried meat chunks, we love every little bit of

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

Korma is a traditional South Asian dish that is essentially a mildly spiced rich and delicious gravy seasoned with flavoursome spices, yogurt, and a sinful amount of oil or ghee. More often than not, a korma is made with meats

Jungli mutton or jungli laal maas is a hardcore (read, spicy as burning hell) Indian mutton (lamb or goat) preparation that features juicy chunks of mutton coated in pungent desi spices including the strong likes of red chilli, cinnamon, pepper,

Enjoy a vegan version of the classic seekh kebab. Made with soya and oatmeal, this kebab is as healthy as a seekh kebab gets. The best part being that the soya seekh kebab is baked so it really couldn’t get better

A tikki is a deep-fried or pan-fried Indian cutlet usually made with mashed potatoes mixed with chopped vegetable and mild spices. The preparation takes various forms across the different regions and kitchen of the country. One such variation is the

If you like mutton and have a palate that appreciates Indian style of cooking and Indian spices well then one of the best dishes that you could try out is the mutton roghan josh. With its roots deeply embedded in

CUCUMBER DOSA

I was going through my recipe notebook yesterday and found this very simple and interesting recipe in my collection. One of the many recipes that I have jotted down from all possible sources. I decided to try for today’s breakfast as it required only the basic ingredients which all of us mostly have. It is a very simple and easy to make recipe. The dosa was very soft, had a melt in mouth texture and absolutely delicious. My family loved it. Hope you all would like it too:

Chayote is commonly known as Chow Chow or bengalur kathrikai inTamil Nadu.

It belongs to the gourd family. It’s low in calories and is a very rich source of dietary fibre, B complex vitamins and minerals. Generally the flesh of the vegetable is only used for cooking. But the peel which is usually discarded has lot of nutritive value.

Thogaiyal ( variety of chutney) made with this peel is a very traditional Tamil Brahmin dish and it’s one of my favourite too.

I made this after a very long time. It really came out very well and I enjoyed the thogaiyal with hot rice drizzled with sesame oil

The traditional Kolhapuri curry is a powerhouse of heady spices that can have you spitting fire with just a bite or two. This fiery Indian gravy is usually made with chicken but tastes equally delicious with other meats as well.

Mushroom pulao recipe, an easy, quick, aromatic and tasty vegetarian one pot meal preparation. Mushroom pulao is a simple, easy to make, veg rice dish that is very fragrant and flavorful.