Chole Bhature Recipe Food is love, especially for North Indians. May be this is the reason, there is so much in North Indian cuisine that has a unique blend of spices. One such blend is chola bhatura; love of many....
Rice Pongal Recipe Since Pongal rice is connected with the festival of nature, it is mainly cooked as a Naivedam – offering food to god. Quick, delicious and nutritious, Pongal rice is main breakfast among South Indian. Known as a...
Poori Recipe India, popularly known as the land of festivals. With festivals coming up after every two months, you require to make a delicacy which includes main course and sweet dishes. There are a variety of dishes that are served...
Onion pakoda Recipe As soon as the rain arrives, a thought of onion pakoda comes with it. Crispy and spicy onion pakoda is the most favorite snack of all the time. It is a deep-fried snack which is made with...
Uttapam Recipe Uttapam is a South Indian dish that is healthy, tasty and easy to make. Uttapam is made of  semolina (sooji, rava) so its know as Rava Uttapam. Rava Uttapam is a very light weighted dish and its a health...
Red Sauce Pasta Recipe Pasta is an Italian dish which comes in various flavours and is one dish which is truly loved by everyone; be it a children or an adult. Red sauce pasta or pasta with tomato sauce is...
Vermicelli Upma Recipe It is a regular breakfast in the South Indian homes. This upma is made of vermicelli; mix vegetables like potatoes, peas, and other options like rava, oats and many others. People cook the vermicelli upma in different...
Samosa Recipe Yes we know that we should eat healthy and avoid oily and junk food. However, let me ask you one question, how many times have you promised yourself about the above line and still cheated on your diet?...
Rava Dosa Recipe Dosa is a South Indian classic dish which is loved by every India. It is ubiquitous in the country, from Kanyakumari to Kashmir. The thin, crispy wafer with multi flavor transport one into heaven. Even it is...
Mooli Paratha Recipe No, I have nothing against the North Indian food, neither have any grudges towards the North Indians. But, like Ranbeer Kapoor said in YJHD that eating Dal-Chawal until you die is not possible. Life must be spicy...