About Chicken Gilafi Kebab Recipe: Chicken kebabs cooked in a Gilaf which means a cover. Chicken mince is mixed with an array of aromatic spices, nuts and a tang of lime along with kewra water. ...
Looking for some sweet indulgence? You will love this sinful recipe which brings together dates, figs and peanut butter.
This energy booster is the perfect snack to nibble on. Loaded with the goodness of dates, cashew nuts and coconut, you can also throw in some seeds of your choice.
A meat lover's delight! Slowed cooked lamb trotters with crisp brown onions, spices and marrow bones.
Iftrar Recipes- Every year Ramzan witnesses millions of followers across the world partaking in what is called roza, the period of fasting. The Iftar feast is literally a celebration of good food - a day-long ...
Here's what you should eat for Iftar this Ramadan 2019. According to Islamic tradition, Ramzan is considered to be the holiest month in the entire year.
The dahi phulki is one of these neglected iftar dishes that used to be present on all dining tables as a sensible and light evening food for those fasting during Ramzan.
Shilpa Shetty is celebrating Ramadan by bingeing on drool-worthy sweets. This weekend, it was a falooda cake and rich aflatoons!
The lanes around Jama Masjid in Delhi are packed each evening, with people breaking their daily fasts with delicious iftar delicacies like biryani, seekh kebabs and the sinfully-rich shahi tukda. No matter where in India ...
As part of Ramzan celebrations, we decided to sample the flavours of one of the oldest street food markets in Old Delhi.
Ramadan, the much-awaited 30-day summer festival of the Islam religion has already begun. The event falls on every ninth month of the Islamic calendar.
Let's celebrate the festive season of Ramzan with a food walk through the streets of Mohammad Ali Road in Mumbai. Here is a curated list of the 8 absolute must-haves this Ramzan.
The holy month of Ramzan is here, and along with it the festivities.We present our 10 best Iftar snacks recipes that are guaranteed to impress
The secret of cooking raan lies in taking the toughest meat of the lamb and making it tender and succulent. Here are expert tips and raan recipes to cook like a pro.