This is a basic powder that goes very good in soups, vegetable dishes, on rice and in meat dishes.
What do you get when you mix crushed jeera, dhania, haldi, mirch, mustard seeds and adrak? A fragrant masala that makes a wonderful foundation for any soup, gravy or sookhi sabji.
This versatile marinade works well for any meat or fish.
Imli, jeera, laung, dhania and lots other spices make this seasoning that is a great foundation for peppery African soups.
A tomato chutney is an easy to go side dish that tastes really good with Daal. It is definitely one of my favorites!
Cinnamon tea is known for its delicious sweet flavor. It is great for uplifting a lonely soul in a rainy afternoon or sharing with friends and family when they come over.
32 degree Celsius with constant load shedding of electricity? Welcome to summer in South Asia! Tok Jhal Mishti Amer Juice, or Sweet, Sour and Spicy Mango Juice in English, is the best way to survive the scorching heat.
Chutneys are one of the most important items in Indian Cuisine. It adds that extra flavour that makes Indian food stand out from the rest. This pudina chutney is no exception as well. Apart from its rich taste, it is also said to be beneficial for good health.
Shevpuri is another great Indian street food. It is spicy, sweet and sour, and each bite is filled with flavorful crunchiness of puris.
This is an okra based chutney. Enjoy with chapattis.