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Purnima Ramakrishnan

  • Is your child a picky eater? Does your child love junk food in the lunch box? Every day, do you have a tussle with your child with leftovers in the lunch box? And every morning, you are faced with the dilemma.

  • Kids just love Pongal because of all the fun they have like burning the old things on Bogi, buying new things the next day, watching movies and collect gifts from elders, playing around with the cows.

  • In Tamil Nadu, they call it “Virundhu Sapadu”. It means a featly meal. Tamil Nadu has a lot of distinct meal types depending on the ancient geographical division. We have Chettinadu cuisine, Madurai-Tirunelveli Cuisine, Kongunadu cuisine and of course Nanjilnadu cuisine. Tamil cuisine retains its basic character, yes indeed it has a special personality of its own and it remains unchanged.

  • Mushrooms have a long history and various myths surrounding them. They can impart their own flavor to food or take on the flavor of other ingredients. Their flavor normally intensifies during cooking, and their texture holds up well even when you stir-fry and sauté them.

  • At Awesome Cuisine we bring you the best foods for the cold and rainy season. This rainy season, enjoy all the hot soups, beverages, spicy snacks, and fresh seasonal vegetables.

  • Punjabi's have a unique flavor in every dish. Road side dabbas are most popular places to experiment on punjabi delicacies. Experience the flavors of Punjabi Food with Awesome Punjabi Cuisine

  • Ganesh Chaturthi also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi is the birth anniversary of the most famous religious deity of the Hindus. Lord Ganesh has a universal appeal. Bring good luck and prosperity home, this festival season and rejoice the occasion with lip-smacking recipes.

  • The cuisine of Maharashtra is divided into Konkani cuisine and Varadi cuisine. Konkani cuisine is popular along the coastal regions and the Varadi cuisine is along the more interior Vidarbha region.

  • Gujarati cuisine is primarily vegetarian. It has a lot of Jain and Buddhist influence. Gujarati dishes are distinctively sweet, salty, and spicy at the same time. The typical Gujarati meal consists of Roti, daal or kadhi, rice, and a curry. The cuisine, spices and vegetables changes with season.

  • Sindhi Cuisine is from the land of Sindh, now presently in Pakistan, belonging to the ancient Indus valley civilization. Sindhi Food is vivacious, with a lot of warm flavors, an awesome of blend tasty sweets, spicy curries, flavored gravies, kingly biryanis, abundant fresh vegetables, and a variety of flatbreads.

  • Andhra Pradesh’s cuisine is probably the spiciest and hottest of all Indian cuisines. The cuisine is broadly classified into two categories – the more traditional original Andhra cuisine and the Hyderabadi cuisine which has Mughlai influences in it.

  • Goa, the land of diverse cultures and international cuisines thrives mainly on tourism. Goan cuisine overlaps with Konkan and Maharashtran cuisine very closely.

  • “You are what you eat” is the way Tamil Brahmins view cooking.
    Tamil Brahmin cuisine is based on the concept that food shapes the personality, mood and mind.

  • Kashmiri Cuisine has evolved over hundreds of years starting from the invasion of Timur in 15th century. It is mainly composed of three distinct styles of cooking – the Kashmiri…

  • Karnataka, the land of the kannadigas, surrounded by three south Indian states and one North Indian state is a land of excuisite cuisine. Here at AwesomeCuisine we bring you all Kannadiga flavors in a very simple and easy to cook way.

  • Office goers, I hear ya all. I know you guys are fed up reading all the nutritious facts about fruits and veggies and taking care of hydration for the summer. So, are we. Do you all need something more practical, huh?

  • This fruit rightly called the King of fruits is a native to the Indian sub continent – originally from our very own South and South East Asia. Even the name originated from Malayalam – manga.

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