Sunday breakfast – I decided to spruce up my plain oats with mango, and loved the result.
Cross off red chili flakes from your grocery shopping list. You can make red chili flakes in the comfort of your home, with your choice of chilies.
Cooking individual Indian dishes is all fine, but which dishes should you serve together? Read on for 7 appetizing meal ideas.
Rice kheer (pudding) that gets its sweetness from jaggery and dried figs, with a hint of saffron.
When onions and dried fenugreek (kasoori methi) get together, the result is magical. Try making paneer with these two ingredients.
Fragrant and nutty pulao extraordinaire. Basmati rice slow-cooked with mint, cashew and spices in ghee.
Roasted nuts and dried cranberries bring out the adventurous side of green beans, in this quick to put-together healthy recipe.
Grape, beetroot, basil – each a treasure trove of nutrients– together produce a rich, health-boosting juice with healing properties.
Mustard-flavored chutney with yam as its base – that’s ole chutney, a recipe traditionally made in Bihari homes.
Khad ki sabzi – a rustic recipe of yam, carrot and potato gently cooked in ghee and lemon juice.
Paneer in a tomato-based curry with peas and capsicum. Sumptuous enough for a feast – really easy to cook!
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