Tag: Indian Food
Bihar offers a plethora of sweet savouries with Belgrami, Khaja and Anarsa being just a few names in the mighty list of Bihari desserts. Some of them have a seasonal undertone to them.
Again, because this is India, each region has its own set of summer food stalls, yet there are some foods and drinks that are found everywhere.
Whether as kids or as adults, the baraf golas are one of the most irresistible delicacies that generations can identify and connect memories with.
The Indian lunchbox is evolving and keeping up with the times. A lunchbox no longer contains food that is simple, easy to cook and convenient. The “humble” lunchbox isn’t humble anymore; it has upped the ante.
Delhi’s love for momos has already been well documented across a number of social media and blogging platforms. There are Momo Festivals being organised.
So let’s buffet around the must-have Indian winter foods sprawled out in our homes and prepared with much arduous dedication over generations.
When it comes to desserts, Ayurveda has a distinct style of making these. It uses ghee over oil which is usually considered better for health.
Chapattis may look humble fodder on our splendid platters or a taken for granted item in our kitchens, its quiet resilience to survive through time, space and forms speaks about its indispensability at some level.
Kolkata Coffee House has been a constant place for people of all ages to gather, sip on coffee and munch on food while discussing every topic under the sun
At the onset of monsoon, I have collated a few simple activities to get the best moments of monsoon on your own. Enjoy pehli baarish ka boondey first