Vanilla cupcakes have a simple taste & prepared with a similar ease. Learn this cupcake recipe and bring smiles of kids’ face or enjoy with family as a snack.
Quick & tasty, a candidate for vegetarian dinner/ breakfast, you may also add some vegetables for your choice if you want.
Chicken Chaap is a very popular dish from Kolkata, a part the Awadhi cuisine. It’s easy to cook, blended with readily available spices, a must try for any Mughlai food lover.
Chana Da Ka Halwa is a Indian sweet dish made from Bengal Gram, flavoured with cardamom & cinnamon, loaded with dry fruits. Tasty & very healthy.
Chocolate tart is dessert prepared with chocolate & cream, and then poured into crunchy unsweetened pastry shells, topped with crunchy nuts of your choice.
These choco-chip cupcakes are easily made at home using simple ingredients, and you can decorate them with a swirl of freshly whipped cream & some extra choco-chips.
Rich, nutritious & tasty, the badaam halwa is part of all celebrations in India, mainly northern India. Usually, consumed heavily during the winters, but you can have some everyday during other seasons too.
This prawn pulao is a welcome change from other meat pulao & biriyani, prepared all throughout India in varying styles & tastes. It’s easy to prepare but tastes awesome, try this for your guests & family.
Tomato Chilli Chutney is sour and spicy chutney made from smashed tomatoes and can be served with any main dish.
A sweet dumpling which has it’s origins in northern states of India, made of wheat flour stuffed with khoya & coconut. It is made usually during the festival of Holi.
Meen curry (fish curry) is a quintessential dish of Kerala with its unique taste, it uses kodam puli (malabar tamrind), which has unique medicinal properties.
Meetha Samosa is sweetmeat, prepared in a similar manner as the classic samosa, stuffed with sweet filling on coconut & milk. A must try for people with a sweet tooth.
Mutton kaleji or mutton liver curry is a popular Muslim dish, generally prepared during Bakr Eid. Kaleji is stir fried and they made into a thick gravy curry. Enjoy it with hot paranthas.