Healthy and wholesome, Sindhi dal toast is made with bread slices stuffed with spicy potatoes, drizzled with moong dal along with tangy tamarind chutney and mint sauce.
This Bhee ji tikki is a sindhi style recipe which is made with stuffing of lotus stem and potatoes followed by some tangy and flavourful spices. This recipe is easy to make and can ...
Sanna Pakora is a very popular Sindhi delicacy; these scrumptious fritters are made by double frying pakoras made with chickpeas and gram flour.
About Sindhi Kadhi Recipe: Coming straight from the kitchen of ace Chef Saransh Goila, this interesting recipe of Sindhi kadhi is a balance of flavour with goodness of veggies. With drum stick, lotus stem, potatoes, ...
Ranveer Singh shared details of his favourite Sindhi food with his Insta-fam in an "Ask Me Anything" session.
Sindhi Snacks: If you really want to experience the magic of Sindhi food, start off with their very popular snacks to get your tongue rolling.
Tamannaah Bhatia shared a picture of her Sunday lunch on Instagram and it looks like the ultimate comfort vegetarian meal!
When it comes to food, a typical Sindhi household is always brimming with different flavours, textures and spices.
If you explore, you will find a wide variety of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes in the cuisine - each one with unique name and taste.
Don't throw away your leftover vegetables; instead, make this Sindhi style seyal bhaji. This vegetable curry will be a new way for you to use leftover veggies and give you an explosion of taste and ...
The love for all kinds of dal is immense in Indian households. While this staple is an everyday dish on our plates, it could be a little boring to eat the same thing daily. To ...
Sindhi elaichi chicken recipe, also known as fote bhugi chicken is one dish that you must try if you want to explore the cuisine. It is light and not too heavy on the stomach.
The tangy curry is made by combining curd and roasted besan (gram flour) and mixed with an assortment of veggies
Thumm Patata is a yummy sabzi made with green garlic (hara lehsun) and potatoes (aloo). This simple, Indian-style aloo sabzi with the addition of unique flavours from green garlic, is a must-try.