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.
A South Indian breakfast food, but delicious any time of day. Its light and easy to make. Steamed and best enjoyed with sambar and chutneys.
Punugulu is a famoust street food from Andhra Pradesh made with idli or dosa batter. Onions, coriander leaves, yogurt, idli mixture mixed together to form a thick batter and deep fried till golden.
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.
Crisp thin parantha served hot with melted ghee, usually served with South Indian gravy dishes.
Robust food cooked with simple ingredients and basic techniques. Marinated pieces of chicken thighs cooked with the aroma of kasoori methi.
South Indian lamb curry with coconut milk, tamarind and curry leaf tempering.
Balushahi is an traditional North Indian flaky dessert made with maida and deep fried in ghee.
A new study analysed over 2000 recipes from a popular food site and figured out what makes Indian food so unique and so delicious.
A core component of the essential taste of Indian food is ensuring the flavors are fresh and bright and not bogged down by unnecessary reheating and refreshing.
Do you shrink away from street foods, thinking they are unhealthy and unhygienic? Well, think again, because a well-known Australian culinary historian claims that she found Indian street foods safer than restaurants catering to tourists.Charmaine ...
Hot, crispy samosas and seekh kebabs are popular items in street food joints of African nations where people relish Indian cuisine, says Ugandan-born British journalist and author Yasmin Alibhai-Brown."Africans love Indian food. If you go ...
When one thinks of this Land of the Midnight Sun, the first thing that comes to one's mind is reindeer meat. But this capital city of Finland boasts of at least two dozen Indian restaurants ...
With hundreds of Indian restaurants in New York City, one would think finding authentic food, or desi khana, would be easy.
Savoured all over the Indian subcontinent and not just the South, upma has been a popular way to kickstart the day since ancient times. We've listed restaurants that play up upma like never before, and ...
The soan papdi may or may not have such ritualistic significance. But what it shows up for sure, is the idea of food without boundaries.
Why do we balk at spending money on expensive Indian food? A meal at Gymkhana is an education42 Albemarle Street, London W1 (020 3011 5900). Meal for two, including drinks and service: £140The story of ...
Prepare yourself to dive into a world of spice-packed, flavour and fragrance rich Indian food. From paneer makhni to Kerala-styled prawns, from mutton roganjosh to Parsi eggs, every dish is an exceptional mix of spunky ...