Old Delhi Butter Chicken are pieces of chicken tikkas cooked to perfection and tossed with a generous drizzle of butter, cream and chaat masala. This Old Delhi style Butter Chicken is a tradition since decades which has been filling the hungry stomachs of foodies across the globe. This special chicken tikka is succulent, delicate, rich […]
Uttapam is a savoury South-Indian pancake-like dish which is made with a dosa batter. Onion Tomato Uttapam is a very easy recipe and tastes best when served hot with coconut chutney for breakfast. Uttapam batter is poured on a flat pan and toppings like onion, tomato, desiccated coconut, salt and red chilli are sprinkled on […]
Kesari Sharbat Kulfi is an Indian summer dessert recipe just a like a popsicle. Sharbat Kulfi is a 2 ingredient dessert recipe made with water and saffron syrup. All you need to do is to mix water with the saffron syrup, add the kulfi mix to the moulds and set in the freezer to freeze. […]
Onion Bhajia is a classic Indian street-food recipe usually prepared during monsoons. Onion Bhajia or Onion Pakoda can also be made as an evening snack along with some tea. It is super crispy and mildly-spicy. The Onion Bhajia is best eaten hot with some mint chutney and hot tea.
Dilli 6 Chicken Fry is a famous Old Delhi style fried chicken recipe. Dilli 6 Chicken Fry is sold at almost every street stall in Jama Masjid and savoured especially during the Ramzan season. It is easy to prepare and takes about 30 minutes from start to finish. Do try this special Dilli 6 Chicken […]
New York Chicken Rice is the most popular lunch in New York City. The halal carts in New York serve the best Chicken Rice which you can now cook at the comfort of your home no matter where you are. It is made with chicken marinated in olive oil along with spices and herbs. The […]
A delicious Indo-Chinese fusion recipe. Chinese Samosa is filled with mouth-watering vegetable noodles. It is made with samosa dough, noodles, carrot, cabbage, onion, capsicum and schezwan chutney. The Chinese Samosa has a spicy flavour and tastes best with more schezwan chutney.
A popular street-food across India especially in Mumbai. Bombay Vada Pav is made with curry leaves flavoured mildly spiced potato fritters coated in spicy gram flour batter. The vada is served between pav with coriander, mint and curry leaves pesto.