Fenugreek leaves, while adding heaps of its distinctive flavour to methi chicken | chicken with dried fenugreek leaves, also bring out the flavour of the chicken much like orange halves: bitterness and tang — and we get to taste a medley of these two along with the savouriness of the chicken.
Try this cheerful golden fella and you’ll wind up with smiles and warmth and a desire for more coconut pineapple upside down cake. The taste is so familiar yet much more exotic: the marriage of caramelized pineapple with fragrant toasted coconut will take you by surprise.
The black chickpea sprouts sundal is a snack-cum-salad is crackly, crunchy and soft, and has a nutty and wholesome flavour that elevates sprouts. What a great way to reduce weight, no? A spoonful here and two spoonfuls there, and it disappears quickly.
The black chickpea sprouts Indo-Mediterranean salad is fresh and tangy, luscious and juicy, and then some. The crunch and bite from the onions, the comforting black chickpea sprouts, the soft tomatoes, coriander and mint come together gloriously in a rich and tangy dressing.
Delicate and buttery with a dainty lift, the ultimate flaky and tender pie and tart crust is in a league of its own, enhancing your pie and tart experience like no other crust can. It took Rose Levy Bernbaum over 50 years to get this sublime ultimate flaky and tender pie and tart crust just right. And here it is for you!
What makes an apple pie, the ultimate apple pie? A tender buttery flaky crust, with a filling that’s firm, syrupy and caramelly, and just the right mix of tart and sweet and spice — and this recipe has got all of that down pat, making it the ultimate apple pie recipe.
These oatmeal fruit and nut breakfast cookies are perfect for those frosty mornings when you cannot seem to drag yourself out of bed to make breakfast. They’re yummy and nutritious and filling — everything that you want your breakfast to be. And they’re cookies!
It’s true: happiness comes from simple things, and is found when you least expect it. Just like this french onion tart. The saltiness and the nuttiness in the cheese combine with the smoky tartness and sweetness of the onion, and the flaky buttery crust, making it simply remarkable.
It’s time you met the most nutritive part of the ridge gourd: the ridge gourd peel. The lovely texture of this ridge gourd peel chutney | peerkangai thol thuvayal bursts with a heady amalgamation of flavours: sweet, sour, chilly, salt (much like scotch) on your tongue making you reach for more.
Whether you want a quick snack or healthy breakfast, there’s always multigrain sundal to the rescue! Packed with protein, fibre, carbohydrates and minerals, it lifts a wilting you. Lightly tempered and seasoned with freshly grated coconut, It’s light on the stomach and mighty delicious.
This humble and immensely nutritious quick finger millet wheat dosa | ragi wheat dosa is a healthy breakfast option that you’ll revisit many times. It imparts an earthy, nutty aroma, taking you back to when you used to play in the mud and rain. Pairs well with black coffee
This scrummy and moist classic banana walnut loaf is so soft inside and smells like a toffee dipped in cinnamon. Ah, heaven! Make this golden powerhouse tonight, and you’ll enjoy eating it the next two days for breakfast. The surge of energy it provides will last until your next meal.
Is a nasty cold or pesky flu keeping you in bed all day? It’s time for this hero to save you! Ward off the earliest signs of a sniffle with this hearty immunity boosting chicken soup | cold and flu-fighter chicken soup Indian style. There’s nothing better than this in the whole wide world!