In our country, the undying love for good food bring people from different regions together. And when we think of good food, one of our most favourite ingredients comes to mind - dal or lentils ...
Indian household kitchens are a treasure trove of ingredients that are replete with health-benefiting properties. A lot of herbs and spices go in making of Indian dishes - not only do they add a flavour ...
Castor oil has been used in Indian households for centuries now. There is no denying the fact that it provides with a lot of skin benefits.
Winter-special alsi ladoo recipe: This healthy dessert has been prepared for ages in Indian households as winter staple for good immunity, balanced blood sugar and controlled weight.
While parathas are a staple in Indian households, eating the same kind of parathas every day can get a little boring. For a new variety and taste, try this Agra Paratha ki thali and fill ...
Refrigerator doors in India tend to contain a few typical items, joked a Twitter user recently. The tweet struck a chord with many across the internet.
It is difficult to get pure clay pots as most pots are glazed and may be hazardous with constant use. Let us look at some benefits of using unglazed clay pots.
The video on Zomato's Instagram features some basic household elements which we generally don't talk about; however, they play a significant role in our kitchen setup. Take a look:
The report on the study highlights a disconcerting finding: the rice and wheat consumed by Indians might be of low nutritional value and contain toxins.
If there is a name that is common in most Indian households like our Bollywood celebrities, it is this culinary master whose television cooking shows have been a guide for many aspiring home cooks.