This method would help preserve the aroma and flavours of the ingredients.
Kadamba sambar or the Tamil Nadu style wedding sambar is loaded with flavours.
The classic chicken stew has its roots in Portuguese cuisine.
Tomato ketchup is one of the most preferred condiments that pairs well with almost all foods.
Try this delicious fried chicken with chapathi, roti or even rice.
These spicy balls made from rice flour, potatoes and biryani rice is a tasty evening snack.
Crispy toor dal snack is perfect to quell your hunger pangs in case you are looking for healthier options.
This delicious chicken roast could be enjoyed with porotta, chapthi, palappam and rice or fried rice too.
Here we give a twist to the traditional recipe and substitute rice with gram flour to make it even yummier.
This spicy, sour and sweet tomato chutney is a flavour bomb that explodes in the mouth when enjoyed with idli or dosa.
This rich and creamy tapioca stew tastes amazing with breakfast dishes like idli, dosa and chapathi.
Kids love noodles and are thrilled to fill their tummies with delicious noodle dishes.
Mung beans are storehouses of protein and other essential nutrients.
A unique fried gooseberry pickle which can be stored in air tight containers for months and enjoyed whenever you need.
Unniyappam can easily bring a sense of homeliness to the eater.
Sannas is a steamed rice cake that is incredibly popular in Goa.
This fusion snack, made of cabbage, onions, gram flour and spices, would go well with whatever beverage you choose to have - be it hot or cold.
A dish originated from Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu, chicken chinthamani is worth a try.
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Fried masoor dal or red lentils are added for that extra crunch.
Spinach is a storehouse of iron while the yellow dal contains protein.
Try this special masala chicken curry if you are tired of the coconut milk or roasted coconut gravy.
This time of year, scrumptious baked goods, divine sweets, and hearty savoury dishes are the centre of every family gathering.
Christmas is just around the corner, and what better way than to celebrate it with some delicious, tempting and mouth-watering food on the table, along with friends and family.
Christmas isn't Christmas without the plum cake which is also known as fruit cake.
Here are the recipes of some simple and tasty cakes that could be prepared pretty easily at home.
This Christmas, try dates and orange wine that taste amazing.
Delicious dishes cooked with fresh duck meat are a speciality of the Kuttanad region.
Cheela is a North Indian pan cake that is healthy and easy to prepare.
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Millet idli is easy to prepare and is extremely healthy as it is cooked in steam.
Check out the recipe of arrowroot payasam that can be included in your daily diet.
A classy and rich winter beverage with a hint of cinnamon to keep it luscious enough.
Crispy poori loaded with fresh ghee and flavoursome potato masala curry is a combination made in culinary heaven.
Try this easy recipe of spicy prawns roast that tastes amazing with rice and chapathi.
This delicious almond coconut cake is really spongy and a must-try if you love baking.
After a year full of turbulence, Christmas seems to be that first ray of light that touches the surface of the earth and fills the quiet life into a bustling one.
You can make a bakery-style rich plum cake (or fruit cake) without soaking in alcohol for a long duration, yet the taste and the texture are the same!
Check out the pretty simple recipe of shallots sambar.
Mango ginger looks like ginger but tastes like raw mango.
Due to its incredible nutritional value ragi porridge is often given as the first food for babies.
Children love milkshakes and this recipe can make them happy- it's colourful and tasty.