Eggs are your saviour for your Breakfast meals, when you need something quick and healthy for your mornings, these will help you to satisfy your hunger. Even though eggs are used for dinner and lunch dishes we often see them on our Breakfast tables with a cup of hot beverage and fruit bowl by the side.

Karela, which is also called as Bitter Gourd is a vegetable which is used to make everyday meals in most of the households. It is bitter in taste, thus many people don't really prefer to eat this vegetable, especially the kids. To decrease the bitterness, the bitter gourd is rubbed with salt and kept for some time and then used to make the recipes. Some people also prefer to peel the karela, but the skin of the karela contains most of its nutrients. Therefore, its good to keep the skin when you are making your recipes.

Condiments are the little blobs of flavour, found in the traditional Indian thali. With every bite from your thali, you can choose from an array of flavours, be it sweet, spicy or even tangy. They enhance flavour and complement the overall dish that it is served with. Condiments can be in the form of chutneys, chutney podi, pickles, pickled vegetables or even raita.

We all live in the generation where the taste for authentic recipes are fading off. It is difficult to hold onto to our grandma’s recipes or the recipe that has been passed on to us from generation to generation. But yet, here we are trying our best to hold on to our traditional roots and bring back the essence of authentic home cooking.

Barfi, it is an Indian fudge which is made during festivals and special occasions. This Indian sweet is delicious and is usually made from milk but you can always make it differently according to your taste and preference. The name Barfi is adopted from a Persian word Burf, which means snow. You can make different types of Barfi flavouring it from fruits, vegetables and dry fruits. Some of the most popular Barfi are, Besan Barfi, Pista Barfi, Kaju Barfi etc. 

Kashmir Cuisine is filled with comfort food and it will make you go back for more. This is because of the richness and also the flavours that are infused by the use of whole spices. The Kashmir valley is a considered as the crown of India and is majorly influenced by the Mughlai cuisine. The place is not only known for its serene look but also filled with delicacies that would keep your mouth watering for more.

Father's day, a day which should be celebrated every day! But there is a day specially dedicated to fathers and we can make it even more special by cooking something which they will love. You can gift them their favourite things too, but believe us that happiness on his face when you he knows you cooked for him will be priceless. What could be better than a nice menu with recipes which are easy to prepare and enchanting as well, and would give you ample time to spend the day with your dad?

There's absolutely no substitute to home made food made by your mother. Traditional recipes that have been cooked in the household and something each of like going back is food that literally spells comfort. 

Bottle Gourd, a vegetable which is used in almost all the Indian households. It is also called as Lauki, Ghia and Doodhi in North India, whereas it is called Sorekai in South India. It is an everyday vegetable which can be used to make sabzi, dal, pulao and many other dishes. You can also combine Bottle Gourd along with other vegetables to make it more flavourful and nutritious. This vegetable is light on stomach, therefore it is perfect to include it in your everyday meals.

Festivals are just around the corner and it is a perfect time to prepare some delicious ladoo and stock them for the upcoming festive season. You can make these Ladoos 3-4 days earlier and store them in an air tight container, so that you can serve it your friends and family during the festival.

Kheer, a delicious milk pudding which is made during festivals and special occasions. In North India, this milk pudding is called "Kheer", but in South India it is called as "Payasam". Usually kheer is made with rice, which is boiled with milk and flavoured with kesar and dry fruits. It is a delicious Indian dessert which can be flavoured with different fruits and vegetables.

The most succulent and the Juiciest mutton with strong flavours of spice is the one dish that anyone would love to have as your weekend specials. Mutton has been one of the favourite meat right from the Mughal rule. They have influenced majorly in the way we cook and also even in the ingredients that we use. Any celebration would call for a delicious and flavour packed Mutton dish that will be prepared with ease from the Royal Kitchen.

Tindora, which is also known as Ivy Gourd in English is a delicious vegetable that you can use for your everyday cooking. In South India, it is also known by the name of Dondakaya, Tendli, Manoli and Kovakkai. It is usually grown in the Southern Part of Kerala, therefore it is a part of their everyday meals very often. This vegetable is also popular in Bengali, where they call it Kunduri. Not only in India, it is widely used in Thai cuisine too.

Desserts are considered as sinful pleasures which you would crave to eat anytime of the day. It is always a tradition that you would finish any meal with a dessert and that would be considered as a complete meal.

Kadhi, a North Indian dish that is made with curd and gram flour is an everyday meal at most of the Indian households. In this dish, curd and gram flour is mixed with other everyday spices and then it is tempered with Dry red chillies, mustard seeds and asafoetida. Different regions such as Maharashtra, Bihar, Rajasthan and Gujarat have their own Kadhi recipe which is slightly different in taste from each other because of the masalas used and style of cooking.

Murukku is a South Indian snack that is usually made of rice flour. No festival is complete without these delicious, crunchy, deep fried delicacies.

There are so many varieties and flavours of Murukku.

Mother's day is a day to celebrate not just our own mother, but mother's across the world. Mother's from generations have been the primary caregiver to their children starting from the first feed of their babies and then seeing them through the various stages of growth. Mother's day makes it a perfect day to honor her with a home-cooked meal from our menu collections she's sure to remember.

With Mangoes in plenty during the summers, making delicious summer drinks, desserts and popsicles are iconic for these days. Summers are as much about delicious cooling foods and drinks.

A traditional Indian mithai, that is synonymous with the Indian cuisine is the humble peda. It is by far the oldest traditional sweet in our country dating back for centuries.Made differently in different parts of the country, each region has its own speciality.

Often made during festivals or special occasions, pedas are sold all round the year at all sweet meat stores.

A classic peda is made using mawa and sugar that is flavoured with saffron and cardamom finished off with some nuts. Needless to say the addition of ghee makes the peda It is just as easy as it can get, that you can whip up in your own kitchen instead of running to the mithaiwala.

Karwar is a city also known as the “Kashmir of Karnataka” which is situated in the coastal part of Uttar Karnataka. The geographical location of karwar acts as a major influencer in their cuisine. 

Karela also known as bitter gourd or bitter melon is one vegetable which most people avoid. Most people find it's extreme bitterness, non palatable. However, karela has been used in traditional indian medicine to deal with a wide variety of health problems, including diabetes.

After a busy and tiring weekday, we are most often looking for easy recipes, that gets ready in a jiffy and yet something that is wholesome. In this article we have lined up some delicious Pulao and Kadhi combinations that you can make for your weeknight dinner. These combinations are very easy to make and will be loved by your family too.

There is really nothing better than sitting by the window on a cold rainy day, munching on piping hot pakoras and sipping on chai. Pakoras are widely eaten in almost all households across India, with a slight variation from region to region.  A delicious tea- time snack, Pakoras are absolutely welcome in any season, besides, monsoons and winters are the best season to enjoy it with a piping hot cup of Masala Chai

Bajjis are often synonymous with the Indian cuisine. A classic tea time snack, Bajjis as it is known in South India, it is called Bhajjias in the north. Made differently in different regions, each state has its own little version of the recipe. bajji is one such snack that is literally loved by all age groups. 

Often found sold on the streets, you will find each street have this little hole in the wall shop or a cart, selling these delicious bajjis, piping hot straight out of the kadai.  

Commonly, raw bananas, big bhajji green chilli, ridge gourd, potato, capsicum, bitter gourd/karela bajjis are made. These Bajjis are often served as a tea time snack, but are also found to be served at festivals, weddings and special occasions where the traditional banana meal is served.