Indian recipes

Snacks recipes of Rajasthan

Posted on: 19th Oct, 2014

Got bored with enough of Diwali sweets every year? Try some of the best Indian snacks from the cuisine of Rajasthan this Diwali. The food of Rajasthan is equally popular for its sweet essence and snacky flavour. Barsa Dolla, Jodhpuri Pakoda and Surti Plaza – the snacks of Rajasthan – are among the most delicious […]

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Mango Dal Dhokli recipe

Posted on: 3rd Apr, 2014

Mango Dal Dhokli is one of the raw mango summer delicacies from the authentic Gujarati cuisine. It is a delicious Gujarati dish, which is savored with relish in summers. It tastes best with rice and chapatis. The dal with dhokli pieces and raw mango slices makes a difference to the summer diet in the day-to-day […]

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Aam ki Lunjee recipe

Posted on: 3rd Apr, 2014

Indian summer is rough, harsh and merciless. Why let it take a toll on your health? You can beat summer with Indian raw mango recipes. Most of these are healthy summer delicacies as well. Aam ki Lunjee, a sour & sweet raw mango delicacy, is a must on the summer menu in Rajasthani and Gujarati […]

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Grand Mercure Bangalore shares recipes of Beetroot Amle Ki Tikki

Posted on: 8th Nov, 2013

Ingredients Beetroots, Boiled, peeled And Grated- 2nos Indian gooseberry (amla),grated- 2 nos Oil-2 tablespoon Ginger-1 inch Green chillies- 2 nos Gram flour (besan)- 2.5 tblsp Red chilli powder -1/2 tsp Garam masala powder-3/4 tsp Salt- to taste Cashew nut powder- 4 tblsp Hung yogurt – 3 tblsp Garlic, finely chopped-1 tblsp Fresh mint leaves- a […]

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Best Festival food recipes for Diwali by Chef Bhuvanesh Kalburgi

Posted on: 15th Oct, 2013

No doubt, India boasts the best festival food recipes in the world. Not a single festival is celebrated without the sweetening of mouths in the states of India. When it is Diwali, each Indian state tries to outsmart the other with its own festival recipes. Chef Bhuvanesh Kalburgi, a diehard food lover, is sharing the […]

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Festival recipes for Diwali | Apple Almond Rabdi

Posted on: 12th Oct, 2013

Celebration of festivals in India means lots of eating this and that. Most of festival foods in different regional communities of India are sugary, oily and spicy. We are fond of indulging in gastronomic sins over platefuls of puris, fries and sweets, without caring for our heart, stomach, waistline and weight. Let’s try something simple […]

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Festival recipes for Dussehra celebration by Silverspoon Gourmet

Posted on: 7th Oct, 2013

With the beginning of Navratri, the festive season of India is on a roll. Now is the time to cook up sweet festival food items for Dussehra celebration through sweetening of mouths. Silverspoon Gourmet, a Mumbai based catering service and gourmet gifting brand, shares the festival recipes of Pistachio Rose Yogurt and Almond Date & […]

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Gajar ka Halwa recipe – why not try this winter

Posted on: 18th Dec, 2012

What comes on your mind when you are playing with winter dessert ideas for party? I am sure, it is Gajar ka Halwa. An Indian dessert with carrots, Gajar ka Halwa is a non-Bengali delicacy that enjoys huge popularity in the northern and north-western states of India. Of Indian sweets, it is a must have […]

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Health benefits of cabbage soup – tasty sip of winter

Posted on: 7th Dec, 2012

Cabbage soup is so much popular in western countries that it is considered a staple food for the people of Eastern Europe. Cabbage is an easily available and low-cost vegetable. In addition to these, it packs in healthy nutrients and at the same time, considerably low in calorie content which is good for your health. […]

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Is Tomato Soup a must in your winter diet chart

Posted on: 4th Dec, 2012

Winter has just set in and with it, just in is many a healthy, fresh, seasonal vegetable. I am sure tomato soup is a must-have in your daily winter diet chart. And it must be. Vegetable soup recipes made of fresh tomatoes are filled with vitamins and other beneficial nutrients. Furthermore, they are palatable too. […]

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