Crispy Medu Vada Recipe fried in Canola Oil

Give your day a deliciously crispy start with our Medu Vada recipe (also called Medu Vadai) with amaranth seeds. A typically South Indian breakfast, this medu vada recipe tastes its best when served with some homemade coconut chutney and sambar. Ingredients: 1 cup + 1 tablespoon urad dal 1 tablespoon rice A sprig of curry […]

Kolkata Kathi Rolls Recipe using Canola Oil

Kolkatans relish eating the many varieties of rolls you can buy across the city. Kathi Rolls stuffed with chicken, mutton, egg or vegetables are a favourite street snack with many. Our Kathi rolls recipe is also very easy to make at home, and are a great way of using up leftover chapatis or parathas. Ingredients […]

6 Baking Tools to Bake like a Pro!

So you’ve gone beyond baking the odd cake, and you’re hooked onto Masterchef, it’s time to invest in good basics to take on those recipes! Baking is one of those things where having the right equipment makes all the difference. Here are 6 little baking tools that will help you bake with the professional touch: […]

Vegetable Stew Recipe using Canola Oil

Vegetables simmered in coconut milk and served with fresh appams or idlis is a specialty of Kerala. Stew is often made with chicken or beef as well. Unlike most Indian curries, this vegetable stew recipe does not have any fiery spices, it’s flavour is subtle and delicate. Treat yourself to this hot and nourishing vegetable […]

Sarson ka Saag Recipe with Canola oil

It’s harvest season, and there is still a winter chill over the plentiful farmlands of Punjab. “Sarson” refers to mustard greens, and saag is normally made with a mixture of different green leafy vegetables. Every family has its own sarson ka saag recipe, with its own unique twists. Try out this traditional winter recipe and […]

Hara Bhara Kabab Recipe with Canola Oil

“Nutritious Kababs” are not words one hears very often. This Hara Bhara Kabab recipe though is full of iron rich green vegetables, and is delicious too! Ingredients: 2 cups spinach leaves, blanched and chopped 1 cup green peas, boiled 2 medium sized potatoes, boiled 1 ½ tablespoon ginger-garlic paste 2-3 green chillies finely chopped 1 […]

Mooli Parathas recipe with Canola Oil

Lovely fresh radishes are in season, and radish (mooli) parathas are a great weeknight dinner or lunchbox idea. This mooli parathas recipe is quick to make and deliciously fresh! Ingredients: 1 cup grated radish (mooli) 2 cups whole wheat flour (atta) 1 teaspoon red chilli powder 1 teaspoon turmeric (haldi) A pinch of salt Chopped […]

Gul Poli recipe

Gul Poli is traditionally one of the many sweets served on Makar Sankranti, some others being puran poli, til papdi or sweet pongal. Try out our Gul Poli recipe for a sweet treat, because you don’t need an occasion to celebrate with food. Ingredients: For the filling 1 cup jaggery (gud) 3 heaped tablespoons of […]

Puliyorai or Temple Style Tamarind Rice Recipe

Today is the third day of Pongal, and we’re celebrating with this delicious tamarind rice recipe. This is the temple style tamarind rice recipe that is served in a lot of South Indian temples as prasad or offering. Take a look at some of our other Pongal and Sankranti recipes like chakkarai pongal and til […]

Sweet Pongal Recipe – Chakkarai Pongal

“Pongal” literally means “boiling over. On Pongal day, people let the pot of milk boil and spill over the sides, signifying the bountiful harvest, and that there is plenty in the house. Pongal could also be called the Tamil thanksgiving, when we are grateful for having enough to eat. Wishing everyone a delicious harvest festival […]

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