Sarika Rana , December 06, 2017 18:10 IST
It is often said that one should drink limited amounts of beer for the fear that it might give you a big belly or make you fat. This is perhaps the most ...
Sushmita Sengupta , December 06, 2017 17:57 IST
If you haven't grabbed your cup of favourite winter beverage already, here's a classic compilation of 5 warming winter drinks that you must try till the weather allows.
Meher Mirza , December 06, 2017 17:26 IST
One of the great other pleasures of winter is the food; a time to feast, a time to yield to heavier, richer flavours and ingredients.
Sarika Rana , December 06, 2017 16:54 IST
Thanks to glocalisation, you can now taste some of these super tasty, and some equally weird fruits, right in the comfort of your own city.
Sarika Rana , December 06, 2017 16:39 IST
Have you ever woken up with a bloated stomach? That feeling of a heavy tummy even though you didn't really overeat last night? Well, most of us may have been through this ...
NDTV Food , December 06, 2017 16:12 IST
If you love chewing gum but are tired of artificial flavours then Churpi - the Himalayan chewing gum - is the answer to all your worries. Its natural, its nutritious and it ...
Sushmita Sengupta , December 06, 2017 15:59 IST
Love Gajar ka Halwa? But did you know about its regional, and relatively lesser-known, cousin hailing from Uttar Pradesh -Kali Gajar Ka Halwa?
Sarika Rana , December 05, 2017 20:37 IST
Most of us may have been stuck to three big meals a day- breakfast, lunch and dinner, a set routine and easy! However, some may choose to opt for five small meals, ...
NDTV Food , December 05, 2017 20:22 IST
Nothing can be better than those hot steaming momos on your plate, right? Juicy on the inside with a nice, mildly seasoned filling, with a soft outer covering. What if we tell ...
Plavaneeta Borah , December 05, 2017 18:25 IST
Avial is a creamy vegetarian curry that is made with curd and coconut milk, along with a variety of seasonal vegetables. A variation of it is to prepare it as a thick ...
Sarika Rana , December 05, 2017 18:08 IST
Jackfruit contains significant amounts of dietary fiber, vitamin A, vitamin C and various B vitamins, as well as potassium, iron, manganese, magnesium, zinc and phosphorus making it extremely healthy.
Sarika Rana , December 05, 2017 17:35 IST
If you are one of those people who love cooking, you will know how important herbs are. A dash of fresh or dried herbs can transform a dish completely.
Sushmita Sengupta , December 05, 2017 16:32 IST
Haldi's presence in Indian homes and kitchens goes back some two thousand years. Ayurveda has long sweared by its many health and healing properties.
Sushmita Sengupta , December 05, 2017 15:39 IST
A healthy alternative to the all-purpose flour is Jowar or Sorghum. Rich, Bitter-y and fibrous in texture, this millet is grown abundantly across India
Sushmita Sengupta , December 05, 2017 10:03 IST
The city's rich array of street food is every foodie's dream come true; flavourful, wholesome and oh-so decadent. Misal Pav is one such decadent treat
NDTV Food , December 04, 2017 17:59 IST
If you are one of those who never tire of trying out spicy food, then Dalle Khursani is just what you were looking for. Dalle Khursani is one of the hottest chilies ...
Sarika Rana , December 04, 2017 17:26 IST
Most of us like sipping on doodh-wali-chai because of the flavour or just out of habit. Initially, people started added dairy so as to reduce the bitterness of the tea; however, the ...
Sarika Rana , December 04, 2017 16:49 IST
What's a pizza without some oregano ? Or a salad without a dash of dried mint? For most of us who love these foods, the addition of herbs automatically becomes an important ...
Sushmita Sengupta , December 04, 2017 16:38 IST
Here are 9 hard-to-ignore benefits of raw turmeric or kacchi haldi that would convince you add this golden root to your daily diet.
NDTV Food , December 04, 2017 16:26 IST
Indians love their chai! No doubt in that. But when it comes to ginger tea, our love for chai grows infinitely more. From an octogenarian Dadaji to college-going youngsters - there's something ...