A toss up of bitter gourd rounds, curd and spices.
Bitter gourd in your vegetable basket -- does it sound like a turn off? Let Vicky help you fall in love with this usually despised vegetable. Sliced karelas stuffed with an aromatic filling, rolled in ...
Not loved by all, but this achaar of karelas loaded with spices might just do the trick.
Drum sticks, bitter gourd, bottle gourd, bananas. Phew! Vegetables tossed in milk and roasted masalas with a hint of ginger and garlic.
Bitter gourd stuffed with an aromatic mix of spices.
Bitter gourd and brinjals sauteed with Indian spices and served hot.
This bitter sweet medley of vegetables makes an appearance at every Bengali festivity. It's the first thing that gets wiped off the plate and is usually served with rice.
Barley takes the place of rice in this risotto made using yellow squash, bitter gourd, zucchini and some distinct herbs.
Bittergourd stuffed with a range of flavours, fried perfect.
Did you know that bitter gourd or karela is not a really vegetable but a fruit? Here are some crucial benefits of drinking bitter gourd juice.
Cooking with bitter gourd is not for the faint-hearted. It requires, precision, finesse and of course, a bit of creativity to create this veggie equally palatable and gastronomically appealing.
Here's a list of bitter gourd benefits, the most underrated vegetable as well as its story. Read on to find out why bitter melon is good for you.
It is suggested to consume 10-30ml of these juices diluted in drinking water and consumed on an empty stomach.
Isn't it strange that some vegetables get such a bad reputation that people refuse to even look at it? You can see the ubiquitous bitter gourd languishing in a corner at your vegetable vendor, or ...