Indian Cooking Tips: The classic masala dosa has a separate fanbase. Here's how to make potato poriyal for stuffing the masala dosa!
Indian Cooking Tips: Besan ladoos are consumed during most Indian festivals. They are made from roasted chickpea flour and are packed with sugar, ghee, edible gum and optionally, nuts.
Theplas are usually very thin and are enjoyed with pickles or chutneys. Check out these three different thepla recipes to pack for your next journey or to enjoy a delightful breakfast meal.
Kachoris can be stuffed with any filling of your choice and you may experiment with the filling as much as you like, but nothing beats the classic dal kachori that you get at street-side stores. ...
Banana or kela puri loads up on flavourful and healthful foods banana and almonds. Here's how you can make it at home.
Biryani is a delight any time of the day. You don't need to be an expert chef to cook biryani. You just need to be a little experimental and a little patient.
While making chashni at home is not any rocket science, one still has to be careful about the consistency of the syrup.
Also known as molagapudi or milagadi podi, this powder is a mix of ground spices, coconut, chickpeas and roasted lentils that is served with idli. Gunpowder can also served with dosas, uttapams etc.
Nankhatai is a delicious and brittle desi cookie that is made with oodles of butter or ghee and enjoyed with a cup of masala chai. Here's how to make these cookies at home!
Chef Ananya Banerjee shows how to make this delicious and comforting South Indian lemon rice within minutes. The comforting dish can be made with leftover rice or fresh plain rice.