About Classic Whisky Smash Recipe: A classic stir of whisky, mint and sugar with a tang of lime and crushed ice on top, whisky smash is a perfect start to your party.
About Espresso Old Fashioned Recipe: For all those coffee lovers, here's the perfect blend for you! Espresso, whisky, sugar, bitter and a tang of lime is all you need for this stellar cocktail.
About Nitro-Arc Recipe: A super refreshing whisky cocktail to kick start your next party. Nitro-Arc has a perfect concoction of sugar cubes, rye whisky, cognac and bitter muddled together with a kahlua mixture. Garnished with ...
About Zaffran Sour Recipe: A refreshing cognac based cocktail with a hint of saffron, tang of lime, peach syrup and the goodness of bergamot water. A great cocktail for your next party.
A combination of Bourbon, lime and sugar with a fruity twist.
About Sweet Date Chutney Recipe: A sweet and sour date chutney that goes brilliantly with pani puri, aloo chaat and all kinds of crispy snacks.
A moist chocolate cake with sour cream and a thick layer of rich buttery frosting. This easy recipe is a blessing for if you have kids at home, this will be your go-to recipe for ...
About Sweet and Sour Chicken Recipe: Chicken marinated and fried. Combined with sauteed peppers, onions, carrots and cabbage. Served with rice.
About Hot and Sour Soup Recipe: A piping hot bowl of hot and sour soup on a wintery evening is all you need. Mushrooms, cabbage and carrots cooked in oriental flavors with chicken.
A sensuous recipe with aphrodisiacal ingredients like rose water, honey, nutmeg, cardamom and lemon.
Indian curries change character every few hundred kilometres. We distinguish them not by their main ingredients but by the souring agents.
Here are some food recipes you can follow or take cue from, and make some scrumptious meals, levelled up by sour cream.
Heres how you can quickly prepare sour cream for yourself at home for a nice Sunday brunch.
The most common reason cited against the favour of sour foods is that it may aggravate cold and cough.
One of the commandments of the craft cocktail movement - between "Thou Shalt Not Shake a Manhattan" and "Thou Shall Keep Holy (and Refrigerated) Thy Vermouth" - is to avoid commercial sour mix
More Kuzhambu translates into buttermilk gravy and has the same textures of the Punjabi Kadhi with subtle flavours. It's not too sour and not too spicy.
Umami is the fifth flavour of food after sweet, salty, sour and bitter, and according to some studies, it can help promote the feeling of satiety and aide weight loss.
Malabar tamarind or kudam puli is a souring agent used in a number of curries in Kerala and Karnataka. A drink prepared with it may help lose weight.
Here, we help you with two great recipes one sweet and one savoury - made with black currant that will let you reap in its various health benefits.
Here's the recipe of the lip-smacking dates and raisins chutney. Pair it with mathri, poori, and samosa, or use it to make any chaat.