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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

Very few glutinous pleasures match up to that of snacking on crispy bite-sized chunks of deep-fried cheese, a.k.a. cheese balls or cheese nuggets. The crunchy outside paired with the gooey inside makes for the perfect finger food on many occasions.

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

Chicken Tikka Biryani is a spicy and flavorful, incredibly delicious recipe prepared using rice, chicken and aromatic spices and served for lunch, dinner.

A flavor-packed beef starter, rendang is a popular Indonesian preparation. The mild snack made by slow cooking juicy beef chunks in a blend of turmeric, coriander, chili pepper, coconut milk, garlic, and shallots. The final result is a rich pot

Chili paneer, chili chicken, or chili anything draws major inspiration from Chinese kitchen but the final result is something that can only be whipped up in India, under the desi chinese tab, which incorporates the best of Chinese flavours tossed

Bhindi cooked in roasted besan and curry spices makes a mouth watering bhindi fry (okra fry). This simple, everyday curry of bhindi has dry and crispy texture and it is very easy to make and suitable to serve as main curry dish for lunch or dinner.

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

Baby corn curry recipe is simple and easy to make at home with restaurant style. Its goes perfect with roti, phulka, chapati and pulao,

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

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

‘Jalfrezi’ is a rich curry with Indian origins, which involves stir frying chopped veggies in oil and spices until thick. The dish traces its origin back to colonial days as the first recipes were obtained from cookbooks of the British

Kappa Biryani is a traditional dish of Malabar (Kerala). This dish is usually served with either beef curry or else mutton. Easy to prepare with mouth watering.

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

Khakhra Recipe

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 lets try and make some starting with

Kebabs do not need an introduction but they totally deserve one! The word could mean a lot of things but it predominantly represents the Middle Eastern meat dish made using a variety of techniques and ingredients. Although, a typical kebab

Traditionally, ‘cutlet’ means a thin slice of meat taken from the ribs or leg of veal, mutton or pork. A breaded cutlet, on the other hand, is variation of the same only coated in breadcrumbs before frying. And if meat

Bedmi Puri Recipe

India is dotted with a huge number of culinary-rich regions, bot in the Northern and Southern states. While some are popular for their street foods, there are others that serve up a mean breakfast spread. Uttar Pradesh for example, rolls