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  • Mutton Burra Kebab is a popular North Indian / Mughali dish made with mutton. A tender and spicy mutton dish made with lamb chops, the meat is marinated well and…

  • Paneer Makhani is a delicious and creamy gravy side dish from the land of Punjab. A traditional dish in Punjabi homes, paneer cubes are cooked in a creamy gravy of…

  • Kodubale or Kodbale is a popular Karnataka spicy snack.  Made during festival times, it is typically served during tea time with a cup of hot tea. A speciality from Mysore…

  • The word Biryani is derived from an amalgamation of Persian words “Birian” and “Birinj” which mean “fried before cooking” and “rice”, respectively. Biryani as a dish is widely enjoyed across…

  • Onion and its stalk have the capacity to prevent and treat certain illnesses. Onions can also be used as a stimulant and mild counter-irritant. Crushed raw onion can be applied on the forehead to get relief from headaches.

  • Sankara Fish Fry is a very popular fish fry recipe from Tamilnadu. Sankara Meen is also known as Red Snapper (English) or Aarass ki Macchi (Bengali). Sankara Fish or Red Snapper…

  • Mutton ki Roast is a an easy to make roasted mutton recipe. If you are a Mutton lover, then this is a must have recipe. The slow cooking of the…

  • Rogan Josh is a popular mutton/lamb dish from the Kashmiri cuisine and made during the cold winter months. Packed with flavours, this is best served with roti, naan or pulaos.…

  • The assortment of food offered in a platter is a tasteful expression of the culture and way of living of the different regions. Let’s explore culinary grandeur of the different regions of India with pride.

  • We are constantly battling the cold by munching on a steaming cup of our favourite food. Besides satisfying your cravings, it’s necessary for you to keep your body warm throughout this cold season.

  • The countdown to the New Year has begun and we are sure 2 things are on top of your mind – the New Year party and New Year resolutions. Speaking of the party, getting the menu right is of prime importance. After all, no one wants to begin a New Year with food that’s unappetizing or simply boring!

  • A delicious and quick to make appetizer/starter for any occasion. Perfect for those weekend parties or even a sunday brunch. Ingredients: Paneer – 100 gms Thick Coconut Milk – 1…

  • Rice happens to be a major part of diet in India. Many people think making these delicacies takes a lot of time and energy. Good use of spices and mixing up the rice in an expert manner makes these dishes smell and taste wonderful.

  • Indian culinary is always associated with the name Biryani and there is almost no festivity in India without the delicious aroma of any kind of biryani encompassing the whole ambience.

  • Various states celebrate the New Year in their own characteristic ways. Although not all these fall on the same day, the Telugu, Kannada, Marathi, Kashmiri and Sindhi New Year fall on the same day – the first day of the month of Chaitra, which is the beginning of spring.

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