Poori Payasam is one such Mangalorian sweet dish that leaves its taste last longer, also giving the fullness feeling of a feast.
Traditional South Indian Patrode with multiple nutrients, tastes so delicious and makes the best filling dish for the tummy.
Oreo Milkshake is a temptation to kids even to those who dislikes milk.
Hydrating and refreshing Cucumber-Onion-Tomato Raita is a type of South Indian Salad giving you all the fiber and water required for the body.
The Garlic Bread Sticks are very good items for a starter menu. With good appetizing quality, these sticks made out of Garlic can be savoured as snacks too.
How nice it would be to be a child who could eat this delicious Paneer and Baby Corn Curry every now and then, not being conscious of diet and enjoying every morsel zestfully.
Muffins are great for snacks. The Eggless Choco Chips Muffins are really so tempting with its yummy sweet taste that you really can’t avoid eating one more. The pictures itself are mouth watering.
Sabzis are the building blocks of a healthy body. Cabbage Sabzi is filled with nutrition as well as yummy taste. No wonder everyone at home will like this type of Cabbage Sabzi.
Batura is a type of Indian bread which is deep fried, usually had for breakfast or lunch. This tasty dish always goes well with the Channa Masala or Chole Masala together getting the famous name Channa Batura.
Be it roti, naan, kulcha or bathura; Chole Masala an authentic Punjabi dish gives the perfect match for any grand lunch or dinner. Balle balle, this dish looks very attractive too. I am pretty much sure you will love its taste as well.