Looking to try out new and delicious comfort food? If yes, then you must try out this minty and scrumptious pudina rice.
Pudina or mint is one of nature's many cooling herbs. Here's how you can make paratha, rice and more with it.
Made with mint leaves, green chilli, and a hint of lemon or tamarind, pudina chutney is super refreshing and can help to beat the heat.
Pudina chutney is one of the most popular condiments in Indian cuisine. Here are some tips to help you make perfect pudina chutney at home.
Pudina chutney is the most loved tangy dip that can be paired with any dish, be it spicy samosas, crispy aloo pakode, or simple daal chawal - it will just double the taste.
Pudina Lachha Paratha Recipe: This paratha has extra flaky and buttery layers which make it hard to resist indulging in it.
If you thought pizza should be topped with just oregano, then this food blogger may change your mind.
Immunity-boosting drink: Nimbu pudina sherbet is something that everyone in your family will like, even the kids who might have been turning down those hot cups of kadha.
Pudina Aloo can be relished as a side dish or paired with rotis for a satisfying meal. Check out our easy recipe.
Mint is generally used in adding flavours to mocktails, cocktails and chutneys; however, there is more to it. You can use this green delight in various ways and enjoy all the benefits it provides.