Handi Paneer Recipe

A tempting dish of paneer masala is something no one can ever resist! Here is a flavourful recipe of Handi Paneer, complete with a host of spices along with tomatoes and onions laced paneer. Pair this delectable paneer dish with some hot and piping parathas to treat your family a palatable dinner or lunch. Ingredients […]

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Seviyan Kheer Recipe

With a festive vibe around, there is no better way to celebrate it by indulging into mouthwatering delicacies like Seviyan. Vermicelli or seviyan cooked with milk, cardamom, nuts and sugar to make a thick and delicious Kheer. An easy recipe to prepare at home and serve at the dinner party. Ingredients 70 gms vermicelli 25 […]

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Bhindi fry recipe

Bhindi fry recipe, a simple, healthy everyday North Indian style okra dry saute that’s perfect as a side for rice and chapati and its vegan too Always wash and pat dry the bhindi before you chop it. Chop the top and tail ends of each bhindi/okra. Cut okra into 1″ pieces and spread out on […]

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Mutton Sambar | Authentic Pondicherry Recipe

The first mention of Puducherry, also known as Pondicherry or Pondi, located on the southeast coast of India was recorded only after the arrival of colonial powers like Dutch, Portuguese, English and French. In the end, when British occupied most of India, Portuguese kept their presence limited to Goa, Dutch to the south and French […]

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Diwali special: Vegetable Malai Korma with Elmlea Double

This creamy, decadent Vegetable Malai Korma is a festive treat that you and your family will enjoy at Diwali and beyond. The rich texture of the dish comes from Elmlea double, which doesn’t split when cooked, lasts longer both opened and unopened than fresh cream and is lower in fat. Any left over in the […]

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Gujarati Undhiyu Recipe

Undhiyu is the pearl glistening on the crown that is Gujarati cuisine. It is basically a one-pot dish made with a variety of seasonal vegetables found only during winters – surti papdi, yam, sweet potatoes and so much more! It is traditionally made upside down in “matlu” (earthen pots) that are placed underground and a […]

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Ven Pongal Recipe

Pongal is the name given to the harvest festival of Tamil Nadu. It is also the name of the dish prepared during this 4-day festival. The term, Pongal, means “to boil over” in Tamil which symbolises happiness and agricultural produce overflowing the brim. While Ven or Khara Pongal is the savoury version, Sakkarai Pongal is […]

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Chettinad Biryani Recipe

Biryani is a revered dish that has claimed hearts (and tummies), not just in India but other countries as well. Considering the diversity in India, each region and every community has its own take on Biryani. Coming down to South India, Chettinad cuisine is the specialty of the Nattukotai Chettiars (or Nagarathars) of Tamil Nadu. […]

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Gajar ka Halwa Recipe

Perhaps the most popular dessert enjoyed during winters in India is Gajar ka Halwa. Gajar ka Halwa was first introduced during the Mughal period. Halwa is an Arabic term for “sweet” so Gajar ka Halwa basically means “sweet carrot pudding”. It is also known as Gajorer or Gajrela and is very popular in North India, […]

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Aloo Gobi Recipe

Aloo Gobi is a very classic Indian dish of potatoes and cauliflower. It’s a one pot, super simple, comforting dish that’s ready in 30 minutes flat. Full of flavor, you’ll be making it every night. Yields: 6 servings Preparation Time – 15 Minutes Total Time – 30 Minutes INGREDIENTS 2 tbsp. vegetable oil 1 red […]

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Top 5 Indian Breakfast Ideas

Breakfast is considered to be the most important meal, as you start your day with it. But there are times when breakfast is skipped because of shortage of time. So here we are providing you a list of top 10 Indian breakfast ideas with which you can save your time and still don’t skip the […]

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