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Bakra Eid Mubarak. To Talha Nanzim, who dotes on his wife Tabassums biryani, the spirit of Id-ul-Zuha (Bakrid) is that of love. Bakra Eid or Barkrid is also known as the Sacrifice Feast. It is ...
We know the kind of festivities that brighten up the North of India during Diwali, but now, let's take a look at Bengal's own version of Diwali and the extravaganza that graces Maharashtrian communities.
The tradition of dal bati possibly dates to even before the Mughal era. The wheat flour-based balls (bati) added to dal (lentils) and doused with ghee, and followed by the churma (a mix of crushed ...
It is a 'Bombay dish'. A dish that found quick acceptability across communities in the city. It has butter, potatoes and is colourful.
Bottle masala is so called because the assortment of spices that go into it are cleaned, sunned, roasted, pounded and then packed into empty beer or whiskey bottles for use through the year
We need more such celebrations of poha, an ingredient which can confidently claim to be one of India's favourite cereals.
The perfect bite of Dal Pakwan apparently involves the coming together of the indulgent crunch of the pakwan, the soothing wholesomeness of the dal, the fiery tang of the chutney, and the pungent kick of ...
Amritsar Kulchas are famous for their unique way of preparation. There's lot to learn about it than meets the eye. Here are some of the best places to relish them -
It goes without saying, that if you come to Mumbai, you must have the Misal Pav here. Like Vada Pav, Misal Pav is very popular among the locals.