Here, white beans take over chickpeas to make this smoky and incredibly delicious hummus. Add in rosemary for a flavour boost.
This Bengali delicacy makes use of a marvelous vegetable - the banana flower, known as 'mocha' in Bengali. Cooked with shrimps and coconut, it is best served with rice on the side.
Cashew is an integral part of Sri Lankan cuisine. This delectable curry is made with sweet green peas, mild spices and creamy cashew paste.
Quintessential famous lamb curry of dhaba- our signature dish
In the culinary arts, five spice (also known as Chinese five spice) is a blend of ground spices often used in Chinese, Vietnamese and most popularly in Asian cuisine.One theory behind the composition of five ...
Clove is widely used in a number of food preparations across various cuisines to add a distinct flavour; however, its health properties are quite underestimated.
Clove oil can be used for treating a multitude of health problems like toothaches, cough, indigestion headache, stress and blood impurities.
While there are medications that can relieve you from the worsening pain; some natural ingredients also provide instant relief, on of which is cloves
Taking the benefits of a cup of green tea one step ahead; here we bring you a recipe, where inclusion of cloves and cinnamon to the beverage may help to accelerate your journey towards achieving ...
A picture recently surfaced on Twitter, which showed two giant cloves of garlic; and in no time, the post went viral on the micro-blogging site.
One of my favourite winter spices, cloves are often pushed to the edge of your plate. They are mostly used to flavour dishes but seldomly eaten whole. But if you knew about their impressive qualities, ...
Cloves are an integral part of every Indian kitchen cabinet; they have shared a prominent place in Ayurveda and ancient Chinese medicine.
Immunity: Due to its caffeine content, chai helps to provide an instant boost of energy to our body and enhances our mood in a stressful day. Adding some healthy herbs and spices to it enhances ...
The blackish/brown, aromatic pod has been a staple ingredient of our Ayurvedic Kadhas, and there are reasons aplenty why you should start including the wonder spice in your daily preparations too!
Immunity-boosting Drink: Something as simple and soothing as tea or kadha could help you bolster your immunity in this flu season.