Gongura is a super nutritious leaf popularly used in the Andhra Cuisine and is known as the Roselle leaf. These leaves impart a tart flavour and when combined with freshly ground spices can make delectable dishes, Gongura comes in two varieties, green stemmed leaf and red stemmed. The red stemmed variety is more sour than the green stemmed variety.

Pasta is one of those Italian dishes which is loved by one and all, whether you are an adult or a kid. Everyone just loves to eat pasta, either sauteed in olive oil, vegetables and some Italian seasoning or they are cooked in different sauces that are delicious. From Red sauce pasta, White sauce pasta, Basil Pesto sauce pasta, there are many types of Pasta recipes that you can make at home.

Hummus has now definitely become popular high protein snack across India and the world. This classic mediterranean dish is absolutely tasty, packed with protein and makes a great side dish that goes along with a variety of dishes, from open toasts, sandwiches, burgers, wraps and more. You will simply love these 8 delectable recipes with hummus.

Rice is a staple food across India and many countries. One of the most innovative ways we can use rice apart from having it plain is to flavour it up with vegetables and spices giving it not just taste but nutrition as well.

Cabbage is a versatile vegetable popular across the globe. Cabbage can be eaten raw or cooked. It is made into salads, pickles, curries, snacks and side dishes. In India we have many recipes of cabbage which transforms the humble cabbage into appetizing dishes. Here are some exciting Indian cabbage recipes for you to make at home which will surely keep you satisfied.

Horse gram also known as Madras Gram, Kollu (tamil) Or Hurali (kannada) or Ulavalu (andhra) in South India and Kulthi or Kulith (north india) is a super food in itself. Horse gram is by far the most protein rich grams/ lentils known. 

Holi is the festival of love or colors that signifies the victory of superior over immoral. There are many stories that go behind the festival of holi, however the most fun and exciting part the celebration of love and happiness with colors and delicious foods celebrated with friends, family and neighboring communities.

Dal Roti or Dal Chawal are the ultimate comfort food and you can have dals as much as you want without spiking your blood sugar levels. Dals can be spiced up with different Indian spices and combined with ingredients to make them delicious. The best part about Dals, is that you can pair a dal with rice or roti or millets to make a complete and healthy meal. Dals and Legumes are excellent source of complex carbs, protein and they have a low Glycemic Index. Including dals in your diet, if your a diabetic as it helps to keep your sugar levels in check. Here, we have a collection of 51 North Indian Diabetic Dal Recipes that you can have for lunch or dinner. 

Cupcakes and muffins are a perfect baked treat that everyone loves. In this article you can find various recipes of cupcakes and muffins that you can easily bake in your home. These recipes can be made by an experienced bakes or a beginner baker. 

Chutney, a very popular Indian condiment that is served along with the meals. There are many types of Chutneys made in Indian which varies in taste depending upon which state of India it belongs too. There are many South Indian Chutneys like Coconut Chutney, Chana Dal Chutney, Tomato Chutney etc which is served along with Dosa and Idli for Breakfast, but then there are chutneys like Lahsun Ki Chutney and Hari Chutney which are very popular in North Indian households.

Breads are a favourite among all and there are so many varieties of bread available in the market. It is often eaten for breakfast lunch or dinner. Bread is the go to carbohydrate to kick start your day. It often slathered with butter or jam or made into a sandwich. Breads are also often eaten along with a gravy based dish or served along a soup. It is simple to make breads at home and here we have bread recipes from across the globe which are simple to follow and will trun an ameture baker into a world class bread baker. Each recipe has simple bread making techniques that will allow you to make excellent bread at home with very little effort.

Having diabetes does not mean that you need to give up eating your favourite food or snack. It is about eating in portion and having a balanced diet. Usually in India, we end up having a large serving of rice or chapati along with our meals but what we really need to do is reduce the amount of carbs we are eating and serving a larger portion of vegetable and protein. To help you cook healthier and plan your meals better, here we have a collection of North Indian Dry Sabzi that you can serve for your Main Course and eat along with chapati or phulka or millets and a dal by the side.

The cuisine Mexican, comes from Mexico which started almost 9000 years ago. It is also one of those cuisines which is loved all over the World and many restaurants have opened in the recent times who serves authentic Mexican food. The staples in this cuisine are corn, beans, squash, avocados, tomatoes, sweet potato, chilli pepper etc. When it comes to India, the taste and flavour of these Mexican dishes are slightly changed to suit the Indian palates.

If you are craving Continental Food at home and do not want to order in, then try these delicious and restaurant worthy Continental Chicken Gravy recipes that you can make easily at home to satisfy your cravings. You can have these with a delicious freshly baked bread or herbed rice on the side for a wholesome meal. 

It is always a task to make something that is healthy and delicious for our Lunch Box in the mornings, especially during weekdays when either we are running late to reach office or the kids needs to go to school. During weekends, we want something easy too because we want to rest and enjoy the day with our family. Therefore, we are always looking for recipes that are easy and tasty at the same time. Thus, we have lined up some lip smacking North Indian Recipes which you can make under 30 minutes. 

India is such a vast continent with an equally vast culinary heritage. Apart from the wide varieties of vegetarian dishes, India also has some mouthwatering non vegetarian Dishes that are full of flavour. When it comes to South Indian Non vegetarian Recipes, you can find that there are many delicacies of seafood, chicken and mutton. 

South Indian states include the states of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, and Telangana as well as the union territories of Pondicherry, Lakshadweep and Andaman. These states are surrounded by sea and have a vast coastline and hence you will find many mouthwatering seafood dishes. 

Chinese is one of those cuisines, which is loved by everyone, from kids to adults. Indo Chinese is basically a fusion cuisine where Chinese Recipes are made more flavourful with an Indian twist, so that it suits the Indian palate and satisfy the Indian taste-buds. Two of the most common recipes made in Indian households are Manchurian and Hakka Noodles. You will also find these dishes in almost all the restaurants. But other than Manchurian and Hakka Noodles, there are many more Chinese recipes which you can make at home. 

It is difficult to make elaborate dishes everyday especially during the week. These quick 30 minutes south indian dry vegetable recipes are high on flavour and makes a great side dish with any South Indian meal of Sambar, Rasam, Kuzhambu, Rice etc or it can also be served along with any Indian bread like Phulka, Paratha etc.

Many diabetics struggle everyday to keep their blood sugar in control. They ponder about what they should eat and what they should not eat so that their blood sugar levels do not spike. Many believe that if you eat less or skip a meal it will help with controlling their diabetes. This is the biggest misconception and if you are a diabetic you should never skip a meal especially your breakfast.

South Indian cuisine, is of those cuisines that is famous all over the world. Every restaurant in India will have the Idli, Dosa and Chutney option in their Breakfast menu. Other than these Breakfast dishes, there are two other dishes, Sambar and Rasam which are very famous and is made in almost all the South Indian households along with Steamed Rice. Here, we will talk about different kinds of Rasam made in South India.

Dal is one of those dishes, which is made in every Indian household for their everyday meals. There are different types of Dals that you can make such as - Moong Dal, Toor Dal, Arhar Dal, Chana Dal, Urad Dal, Masoor Dal, Kulith etc. In North India, most of the Dals uses Onion and Garlic which gives it a distinct flavour and taste. But there are some delicious Dals, which are made without the use of Onion and Garlic and the flavour is given from Ginger or the Whole Spices. You can also make these Dals during your fasting days. 

If you are looking for Mutton Recipes to make for your weekends meals, but have not found anything interesting, then look no further and check out our collection of tried and tested Mutton Recipes. Here, we have a list of tender, succulent and flavourful Mutton Curry and Mutton Dry Recipes from across India that will surely satisfy your taste buds..

When it comes to Non Vegetarian food, Chicken is one of those ingredients which is widely used all over the world. You can make so many dishes using Chicken such as Gravies, Starters, Pizza, Pasta, Salad, Tacos etc. But here, we are talking about Indian food, which is loved by everyone. From lip smacking Gravies to delicious Starters, chicken can be used anywhere. Chicken doesn't have any flavour of its own, therefore it takes up the flavour of other ingredients used to make the dish very well.

Indians have immense love for soft textured Paneer, especially Vegetarians! Paneer can be used to make different dishes such as Palak Paneer, Kadai Paneer, Matar Paneer, Paneer Butter Masala,  Paneer Tikka Masala, Shahi Paneer and Paneer Jalfrezi. You will find these delicious Paneer dishes on most Indian restaurant menus. 

Paneer, which is also called as Cottage Cheese is the most common type of cheese used in the Indian subcontinent especially in North India and Eastern India. In the Eastern subcontinent, it is referred to as Chenna. Paneer is a good source of Protein, Vitamin B12, Potassium and Selenium, and a very good source of Vitamin D, Riboflavin, Calcium and Phosphorus, therefore it is very important to include it in your everyday meals.

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