The compassionate Mother, Maa Mahagauri has come, full of grace and love for all. so, let us join our hands and welcome her with utmost respect and be that worthy devotee she always looks in for!
May Maa Siddhidatri bless you with immense success and happiness and fill your lives with her divine light that leads you to the righteous path!
Let us make our minds clean and welcome Maa Kalratri in our hearts, the destroyer of evil and wrong-doers and a loving, benign mother to all her seekers!
Blessing us with motherly love and compassion, Maa Katyayni is here at our abode. So, let us start this beautiful day with her divine light that is everlasting and serene!
Navratri merriment is all around and the passion is in its full bloom. With Maa Chandraghanta at our place, let us devote ourselves to her and lead a life, full of righteousness as shown by her divine light!
Let us begin the auspicious day of Navratri with Maa Skandamata's blessings and compassion that she's showering on us all with her everlasting grace!
With Navratri in its full bloom, let us leave all our worries aside and immerse ourselves in the divine light of Maa Kushmanda, who is ready to light up our path with her blessings and blissful favor!
With Maa Brahmacharini at our abode, let us come together to seek perseverance and dedication from the almighty and begin the new journey with a new confidence, instilled by her divine blessings!
Filled with fervour and frolic, the Goddess is here, bringing immense happiness and prosperity in our lives. This Navratri, let's come to Maa Durga seeking her blessings and devoting our lives to the supreme being!
An exotic cooking method that has conquered almost all the nations across the globe is Barbequing. The hot dinner tables, full with barbeque buffet is something that's really gonna put an icing on every occasion that you celebrate!
Sehjan or drumstick or munga is a vegetable with Indian origin and incredible amount of nutritional and health benefits.
Indian food always marks a distinction from other cuisines coming from the rest of the world, not just in taste but also in the cooking methods. No matter how exquisite your dish is, it can never beat a traditional Indian meal.
The North Indian speciality yet the favourite of all nation- the Aloo Tikki Chaat needs no introduction. The fiery and savoury taste that tingles the palate with each morsel will definitely leave you craving for more for this amazing dish!
Pancakes, buns and those treatos that you always crave for comes true with Baking. Today, invading as much as whole of the globe, this cooking method has known no boundary!
Pepper or Kali Mirch is an inevitable condiment that finds its presence in several culinary delights across the world. With its hot flavour and tang, it has made itself that one such spice that is consumed globally as much as any other spice combined.
Beetroot halwa or Chukandar ka halwa is a beautiful looking, creamy and filling sweet dish that is very easy to make and tastes heavenly. Layered with creamy rabri this dish makes a great dessert to be served to guests.
Dal Moth or Dal Namkeen is the favorite and traditional, dry munching snack served with hot evening tea. The spicy and crispy flavours of dal namkeen goes well with sweet tea and coffee. Chana Dal Moth or Chana Dal Namkeen is one of the dishes that my mother used to make for Holi.
Kathi Rolls are a famous, delicious and street food, that is prepared by stuffing spicy and saucy paneer filling in freshly prepared prepared chapati bread. They are loved by people of all ages and is a palatable dish, that makes you crave for more.
Shahi means royal, and hence as the name suggests shahi paneer is a dish of succulent paneer cubes cooked in a rich and creamy gravy made with some aromatic and flavorful spices. This dish is mostly relished with hot phulkas, tandoori rotis and jeera rice.
Another delicious way of consuming this highly proteinaceous black chickpeas is in the form of chana ka bachka or chana ka pakora or black chickpeas fritters, that go well with dal and rice, or curry and rice. Soaked, fibrous and protein rich black chickpeas cooked like pakoras make a delicious side-dish for Sunday lunch and also a great evening snack.
Soya Chaap Curry is delicious North Indian delight prepared from soya chaap sticks. It looks like a non-vegetarian dish but is completely vegetarian, and in-fact vegan.
Have you ever been to Shimla, then you must have seen this unique snack available as street food there. Well, I have tried one and it tasted heavenly, and so I thought of making it in my kitchen for my family as a special weekend evening treat. It looks huge but it is very easy to make and has an amazing blend of various flavors that will make you crave for more.
The goodness of soy protein is known to any one. So, here we present to you a resipe to make soya chaap sticks at home. Soya chaap is very famous and loved especially by vegans. These sticks are generally available in frozen food stores and grocery stores. But, with this recipe you can make them in yourself and store in refrigerator for a weeks time.
Kalakand is an authentic sweet dish of India that is made during festivals and other celebrations. It an exquisitely beautiful and milky sweet dish that can be served as a dessert or can be made during fasting as well. Milkmaid kalakand is prepared with just 3 ingredients, and no sugar because the condensed milk is already sweet.
A soft and spongy variant of the famous South Indian dish called Dosa, is Set Dosa. Set Dosa has features of both dosa and uttapams. They are called Set Dosa, because they are usually served in a set of 3 dosas. They are very easy to make and are served with coconut chutney and sambhar, or peanuts chutney and sambhar.
Chana Dal Ki Pakori or Chana Dal Ka Pakora are a great, crispy and spicy snacks that go well with a hot cup of tea in the evening. It's a very popular snack during the rainy season. People love to eat them with any chutney or tomato ketchup, for evening tea-time snack when it is raining heavily outside.
One of the best ways of incorporating soybean or soy in our daily diet is in the form of soybean milk or soy milk. Lower in calories and richer in nutrients, soybean milk or soy milk is a great substitute for cow milk or dairy milk.
Tofu is used for making varied dishes and is a key ingredients of many cuisines like Ladakhi food, Chinese and Korean cuisine and East Asian cuisine. Tofu has a low calorie count and relatively large amounts of protein along with iron, calcium and magnesium.
Bread Rasmalai is an awesomely delicious, creamy, juicy and palatable substitute for the traditional rasmalai sweet dish of India. It is an easy to make dessert dish, absolutely suitable for sudden sweet cravings after late night dinners, or heavy Sunday Lunch or any time during the day when you feel the need to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Bharwan Bhindi Masala is a tasty variant prepared from lady-finger. It can be prepared in many ways and recipe varies from region to region. Bharwan Bhindi Masala can be served as a main course dish for lunch or dinner with rotis or parathas. It makes a great dish for house parties and get togethers.