Welcome to Awesome Cuisine!

Indian food is as diverse as its culture and its climate. The essence of good Indian cooking revolves around the appropriate use of aromatic Indian spices. The skill lies in the subtle blending of a variety of spices to enhance the basic flavor of a particular dish.

Indian cooking is as vibrant as it is varied - from pavement snacks to palace feasts, it's one of the world's great cuisines. Once you get the hang of it, you'll be surprised how easy it is to make.

Awesome Cuisine brings you some delightful and authentic Indian and International recipes which are quick and easy to make.

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Indian Food Guide and Kitchen Tips

  • Say Cheese to these 7 Popular Varieties

    Say Cheese to these 7 Popular Varieties

    Indians are devouring factory processed as well as local made cheese with a passion. We now have a variety of cheese – home grown as well as imported lining supermarket shelves across Indian cities. Here’s a look at 7 popular cheese varieties.

  • Get Heart Smart – What to Eat to Lower Your Cholesterol

    Get Heart Smart – What to Eat to Lower Your Cholesterol

    Your choice of food can go a long way in doing that – it is the best medicine for a healthy heart. Here’s a list of top 7 cholesterol fighting indian foods that should find a place in your plate sooner than later.

  • [Product Review] MojoBar – The Deliciously Healthy Snack

    [Product Review] MojoBar – The Deliciously Healthy Snack

    Those conscious of their health will be very familiar with the golden rule of snacking every 2-3 hours. In the lifestyle and work culture that people in urban areas have adapted to today, it is becoming next to impossible to carry snacks or have small foods at periodic intervals. Here’s where Mojo bars are making a difference in health foods.

  • Gudi Padwa – Significance, Celebration and Special Dishes

    Gudi Padwa – Significance, Celebration and Special Dishes

    Gudi Padwa (or Gowri Padwa) is a popular festival of India. Celebrated on the first day of Chaitra month to mark the beginning of the Lunar New Year, it is also known as Ugadi in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, Tamil New Year’s Day in Tamil Nadu and Cheti Chand for the Sindhi Community.