Feel like savoring something deliciously sweet? Try making the jalebi. With ingredients that are readily available at the local grocery store, you can easily rustle up India's favorite sweet dish.
|• Veg. • Easy Rating: 9.0 / 10 (50 votes)|
This is a typical Maharastrian delicacy, made with thick curd. Garnished with Pistachios and Almonds, this dish is a favourite among all kids and adults. It is generally had after lunch, since it is not a very heavy and just right to satisfy your sweet tooth.
|• Veg. • Easy Rating: 9.3 / 10 (33 votes)|
For the typical Indian sweet tooth, there is no other beverage incommensurable to Sweet Lassi on a hot, sultry day or after a spicy meal. Fashioned in less than a minute, this icy, viscous drink is almost every Indian's answer to a parched throat.
|• Veg. • Easy Rating: 7.1 / 10 (56 votes)|
Imagine taking a bite of the plumpy, simpering bhatura with the spicy chickpeas. Mouth-watering isn't it? The scrumptious bahtura is also easy to make and is a favorite during the festive season.
|• Veg. • Easy Rating: 8.4 / 10 (31 votes)|
Chicken breasts are one of the most nutritious part of the bird's body. Chicken breasts served in the form of the tangy tikka not only nourishes the body, but also pampers the palate.
|• Non Veg. • Easy Rating: 6.9 / 10 (29 votes)|
Chocolate Frozen Yogurt is a very popular recipe. Learn how to make/prepare Chocolate Frozen Yogurt by following this easy recipe.
|• Veg. • Easy Rating: 8.2 / 10 (6 votes)|
For a typical Indian, the craving for chaat or dahi vada is concurrent with the setting of the sun. Their hankering is only satisfied by the curd soaked vadas, which are dressed with chaat masala, cumin powder, crushed black pepper, chili powder and boondi to establish that perfect sweet versus spice equilibrium.
|• Veg. • Easy Rating: 9.1 / 10 (34 votes)|
Unlike most biryanis that is spicy and piquant, the Kashmiri Biryani draws a different flavor with its mild and sweet taste. The aroma is breathtaking while the soothing concoction of mutton, milk and Kewra essence makes it unique in its own way.
|• Non Veg. • Average Rating: 7.3 / 10 (18 votes)|
For a small get-together, nothing better than some succulent lamb kebabs as starters. Easy to make, and lip-smackingly delicious, these kebabs can even serve as an accompaniment with hot rotis or nans.
|• Non Veg. • Easy Rating: 6.7 / 10 (6 votes)|
Dahi Bada is a traditional deep-fried snack. Learn how to make/prepare Dahi Vada by following this easy recipe.
|• Veg. • Average Rating: 9.4 / 10 (22 votes)|
Hyderabadi Chicken Biryani is a very popular recipe. Learn how to make/prepare Hyderabadi Chicken Biryani by following this easy recipe.
|• Non Veg. • Easy Rating: 9.1 / 10 (7 votes)|
Aam Ki Lassi is a chilling and refreshing recipe. Learn how to make/prepare Aam Ki Lassi by following this easy recipe.
|• Veg. • Easy Rating: 7.7 / 10 (14 votes)|
Dahi Bhalla is a mouth-watering chaat with the goodness of dal and yogurt. Learn how to make/prepare Dahi Bhalla by following this easy recipe.
|• Veg. • Average Rating: 10.0 / 10 (8 votes)|
A simple concoction of milk sugar and curd, the Misti Doi is as good as any other Bengali sweet and is imperatively part of their festivals. Served in a cool clay pot, this curd like sweet is perfect after any meal.
|• Veg. • Easy Rating: 8.1 / 10 (24 votes)|
If you want to break away from the spice of Indian curries and cool that palate yet delight it, then curd rice is your only choice. A simple mixture of rice and curds and the dish is ready to be served, one that will cool your tummy even on rough days.
|• Veg. • Easy Rating: 8.1 / 10 (34 votes)|
Every Indian household swears by the lip-smacking Pulao. Any get-together is incomplete without the Navaratn Pulao. The spices and dry-fruits used in its preparation lend it a unique color and flavor and it goes with any Indian gravy.
|• Veg. • Average Rating: 6.7 / 10 (3 votes)|
Fruit smoothies are an easy way to rejuvenate and hydrate your skin. It is also an excellent means to detoxify the body. You can use variety of fruits such as bananas, peaches, papayas and blend it with yogurt to make this healthy and filling drink.
|• Veg. • Easy Rating: 7.9 / 10 (11 votes)|
The traditional South Indian breakfast of idli can be lent a twist using semolina rather than the staple rice batter. Season your semolina batter with some mustard, split black lentils, cashew nuts and curry leaves, and yummy suji idli is ready to eat.
|• Veg. • Easy Rating: 7.1 / 10 (7 votes)|
For many foodies, a meal is incomplete without having consumed at least a bit of yoghurt. This one is not just rich in cream, but also fruits.
|• Veg. • Easy Rating: 10.0 / 10 (2 votes)|
Shrikhand is probably one of the most popular sweet dishes amongst Gujaratis. Thick, creamy and utterly sweet, the shrikhand also has variations. One such variation is the mango shrikhand, also known as the Amrakhand. This is easy to make and is as yummy as them mangoes.
|• Veg. • Easy Rating: 5.0 / 10 (5 votes)|
Dahi Papdi Chaat is a crispy tangy chaat with crunchy bite. Learn how to make/prepare Dahi Papdi Chaat by following this easy recipe.
|• Veg. • Average Rating: 10.0 / 10 (3 votes)|
Curd Fish is a very popular recipe. Learn how to make/prepare Curd Fish by following this easy recipe.
|• Non Veg. • Easy|
The cottage Cheese, also known as 'Paneer, is an important ingredient of many Indian dishes and the Achari Paneer is no different in this regard. However, its tangy flavor has made this dish a favorite amongst foodies. For the best experience, one should try this dish with varieties of Indian bread like Roti.
|• Veg. • Easy Rating: 9.2 / 10 (5 votes)|
Orange Lassi is a very popular recipe. Learn how to make/prepare Orange Lassi by following this easy recipe.
|• Veg. • Easy|
Are you being bugged by the scorching heat or a stomach upset? If yes, then there's nothing that can match the comfort of gulping down a glass of easy-to-whip-up buttermilk. Add a dash of salt, some mustard seasoning and a few julienne slivers of ginger to make it even more delectable.
|• Veg. • Easy Rating: 5.5 / 10 (51 votes)|