This picnic fried chicken has a delicious coating that is like KFC. It has a bit of spice, a crunchy coating and moist chicken inside. You can pack it up while still hot and it transports easily for you to share with family and friends.
This Indian chickpea curry is the BEST curry, you can try anytime, which is presented by Maya Foods. All it takes is one pot, it’s loaded with homemade ground spices and incredibly flavorful!
Palak Paneer is likely the most popular paneer dish from North India. Creamy spinach with tasty paneer makes a delicious main dish.
A sumptuous chicken biryani that is cooked with such precision that you are bound to make this dish again and again to relish the delicate flavors. Chicken Biryani is a delicious savory rice dish that’s loaded with spicy marinated chicken, caramelized onions, and flavorful saffron rice.
Chocolate ladoo recipe is instant mouth watering ladoo recipe, always hit in kids parties and festive occasions. Chocolate ladoos can be made in a jiffy when you need a quick dessert.
This Mexican vegetarian dish is high in fiber and easy recipe to make your own tomato-flavored tortillas or wraps. These tortillas are perfect for tacos, wraps or quesadillas. You can also use a sun-dried tomato paste for an extra burst of tomato flavor.
Chana masala, also known as channay or chole masala or chole or hholay, is a dish from the Indian subcontinent; notable in Indian Restaurant cuisine. The main ingredient is a variety of chickpea called chana or kala chana. Basically, it’s a Punjabi cuisine which is popular in all over India.
Country Captain is a curried chicken and rice dish, which is popular in the Southern United States. It was introduced to the U.S. through Charleston, Savannah, New York and Philadelphia, but has origins in India.
Sweet flour dumplings stuffed with coconut, jaggery, nutmeg, and saffron. Steamed to perfection. A famous Indian dessert consumed highly during the festival of Ganesh Chaturthi. Modak is an Indian sweet dumpling popular in many parts of India. The sweet filling on the inside of a modak consists of freshly grated coconut & jaggery while the outer soft shell is made from rice flour or wheat flour mixed with khava or maida flour. The modak can be fried or steamed. The steamed version (called ukdiche modak) is often eaten hot with ghee.
On the special occasion of Independence Day let’s make this delicious and nutritious Tri color rice preparation. To make three different color layers, we have used spinach to give green color, coconut milk to make white layer rice, and tomatoes to make a saffron layer of Tri color rice. Hope you enjoy this delicious dish.