A rich tomato and cashew based gravy with butter fried paneer chunks. Serve this dish of butter paneer with steamed rice or hot rotis!
Baati is a popular Rajasthani bread snack. In this recipe a paneer and spice stuffing is used. Traditionally you mash the baati then pour ghee, chutney and dal over it.
Make this all time favorite street food at home! Momos with a filling of lamb mince and mild spices. Served with a freshly made sauce that is sweet and spicy in one bite!
One of the classic Indian chicken curries is just a few steps away. Let juicy chicken chunks simmer in a spicy broth and finish off with a note of cream!
They're part of a typical Sunday breakfast in any Bengali's home. Killer lentil stuffed puris that are hot, round, fluffy and will surely make your day.
Mutton ribs are cooked in milk and whole spices, wrapped in gram flour batter and finally fried golden.
Chef Kunal Kapur brings authentic dhaba food to your dinner table. Chole are soaked overnight and cooked in a host of local, aromatic masalas without any onion or tomatoes!
One of the favourite street food of India. Boiled potatoes are mashed and mixed with a melange of aromatic spices, daal and other condiments baked lovely or fried to perfection.
Marut Sikka learns the art of cooking street food from Anil Kudamal from Old Delhi. Try your hand at making delicious and fluffy bhallas drizzled with sweetened curd, tangy chutneys and chaat masala.
The tang of street-side food with the benefit of home cooking. Here's the recipe of a dhaba dal served with a tangy salad.
Food for Thought Fest 2016 was organised by South Asian Association for Gastronomy (S.A.A.G), to celebrate the region's food traditions, which unify the gastronomic heritage of the SAARC nations. The event was held on the ...
Like Julia Child had said, there's no greater love than the love of food. Here's our list of the top food festivals in Delhi this February to spread some love.
Fast food that come packed in greaseproof paper may lead to developmental problems in children and an increased risk of cancer.
FSSAI has set up a new Scientific Panel on Food Fortification and Nutrition to address issues related to fortification of food.
According to a recent survey, no more than 12 per cent of beverages and 16 per cent of foods sold by nine leading Indian food and beverage companies were of "high nutritional quality".
It's that time of the year again when we put together a list of 10 of the most engaging food articles of 2016.
Online food delivery services have come up phenomenally in the recent years, delivering our favourite foods from our favourite restaurants within a matter of minutes,
Let us break it for you, food phobias do exist and here are eight of them that are quite bizarre.
Food products have come under the scanner of the Food Safety Standards Authority of India (FSSAI), ever since the Maggi noodles controversy took the country by storm.
Wrapping food items in newspaper is bad for your health as its ink has multiple bioactive materials with known negative health effects, said FSSAI.