A classic African dish which can be served as an accompaniment to dishes such as Egusi Soup, a rich spicy soup. Traditionally this dish is eaten communally with your hands. A small amount is rolled in the hand, then dipped into the soup before being eaten.
This moist, healthy bread makes a high-energy breakfast or tea time snack.
This is a traditional dish eaten on special occasions as a bread accompaniment to Sorpotel or Vindaloo. It looks just like the idli.
Silky bread pudding made with mangoes and a robust dash of ilaichi. Passed to my mother from her long time friend.
This authentic Kalonji Naan is great with dishes that have a lot of gravy. It soaks them right up!
A sweet and healthy alternative to parathas for breakfast. Fresh yeast can be bought from your mithai ki dukan.
A simple, easy, brioche style bread.
Fruity, delicious and low fat- a combo that's always very very nice! Great for breakfast or chai time!
This curd naan is made in the bread machine, you may experiment with it to make it in the tandoor or oven.
Ripe bananas!!.. So now what to do with it. Throw it!?..Nah!!.. Make these tasty banana buns and serve them as a tasty breakfast item or even that sunday brunch or as a snack on a wintery evening.
This is a quick spicy snack with flour, semolina and bread. It is delicious by itself.
Chitha pitha is a traditional pitha made in winter. It is native in Comilla region of Bangladesh. The net like pithas taste great with any curry-beef, chicken or egg curry.
This is a winter pitha native in the Comilla region of Bangladesh. The pithas are white in color, and come in various shapes, usually in circular, oval or leaf like shapes. It is served with spicy beef, chicken or egg curries.
This is a very simple yet flavorful recipe for a ginger based pitha. The ada (ginger) pua pitha is a traditional pitha native in Comilla region of Bangladesh. It is delicious by itself, but can be also served with curries.
South Indian cuisine has a strong influence on Maharashtran cuisine. Idlis are an example of this influence. These are round shaped rice cakes that are served with chutneys. Enjoy!
In need of some comfort food? This bread roll is definitely a must try. Enjoy with sweet and sour chutney, such as tamarind chutney.
Methi has a very spicy and bitter taste and Indians often use it in to make parathas as a healthy dish. Serve with curries or bhajis.
This is a roti like dish that is made during a fast period, such as Navratri. It is made of special kind of rice called bhagar or samo seeds. Serve with curries made for fast.
This is a deep fried flat bread made during Navratri, a fasting festival. It is served on a thali with other Navratri special dishes.
Bati Chowkha/Chokha is a North Indian special dish that is traditionally eaten by those who work in the farm lands. Now it has become a dish that North Indians, especially from UP love. Enjoy the warm and toasted batis with the chokha.