Sarva Pindi or Tappala Chekka is a crisp roasted snack made using nutritious ingredients. Check out our quick recipe for this delicacy from Telangana.
This delightful recipe is a staple at weddings and Indian functions, and it has gained popularity not just in India but also overseas
Want to get the street-style taste in your chole at home?! Try this spice mix next time when you make pindi chole.
Pindi chole or pindi chane is a Punjabi recipe wherein chickpeas are cooked in a pool of rustic spices.
Amritsar offers a wide range of lip-smacking Punjabi delicacies. Adding to the list, here we bring you an Amritsari chole recipe that makes for a delicious treat to try over the weekend.
If you are craving for rich Punjabi food or spicy meat dishes to snack on, food lovers in Delhi are sure to point you towards Pandara Road.
It is also called kadalai maavu chutney or senaga pindi pachadi. In Mumbai, this chutney makes a popular breakfast dish, when paired with masala poori or roti.
There is something about the dhaba style food taste that always tantalize our taste buds. So, if you also want to indulge in the same taste, try these delicious recipes.
Crispy stuffed bread oozing with butter, Amritsari kulcha is one of Punjab's best culinary gifts to the food world.
Onion, tomato, oil and spices are used to make all these chole recipes.