Taste of India! In this article we tell you about a food blogger, who has been making delicious Indian recipes and going to crazy restaurants. It is said that people who love to eat are the best people. Priyanshu Kumar is one such person. A food blogger and connoisseur, you can see his passion for food through his posts. They describe the true Indian Cuisine, with a brass plate, giving a soul to the food
What does a finger-licking chicken curry look like? Well, this is exactly what it looks like, homemade chicken curry, topped with coriander, with a hint of spices like cinnamon, tejpatta,elaichi, clove, and pepper. This mix of spices and Indian herbs is the best way to enhance the flavor of the curry. Fresh tava rotis with onions and green chili are the best combination. It tastes best when cooked in earthen pots, savor this dish!
Dahi-Chuda-Bhura & Sabzi. One of the most favored breakfast in Bihar. Light as well as enriched with the flavor of the curry, this combination of curd and bhura will surely make you lick your fingers! @therawtextures tells you how to do it right!
This plate that you see in the post has food from the India International Centre, Lodhi Estate. Classic chole with steamed rice and beans, along with papad! What else could one wish for?
Prawns, sausages, and salmon with a side of salsa. A nonvegetarian platter, for the days you crave non-vegetarian, only at The Fat Cat Bistro. Follow Priyanshu on his food exploring the journey.
Toast and chai served on a brass plate. If you’re an Indian and you don’t love Chai, are you even an Indian? We all know be it summer or winters or a rainy day, we love drinking Chai. After a tiring day or early morning, Chai is our companion. Legend has it that the origin of chai dates back more than 5,000 years when a king in what is now India ordered a healing spiced beverage be created for use in Ayurveda, a traditional medicinal practice in which herbs and spices are used for healing. This delicious looking chai from the @therawtextures feed is all we need!!
Served with potatoes, try this dish at home, egg curry with a twist. Relish the flavor with rice, onions and green chill. Packed With Nutrients. Always have an onion in salads, they are nutrient-dense, meaning they’re low in calories but high in vitamins and minerals. Not many know that green chillies are rich in dietary fiber, which is important for a healthy digestive system. Takes care of your skincare regime:Green chili is a rich source of vitamin C and eating it helps in keeping your skin healthy and glowing.
Method for making kadhi
- Take a big mixing bowl, whisk sour curd with gram flour and water. Make a smooth mixture without any lumps.
- Add red chili powder, turmeric, and salt.
- Heat oil in a kadai, add cumin seeds, fenugreek seeds, and asafetida. When cumin seeds start to crackle add green chili, ginger and garlic paste. Stir well and add the sour curd mixer with one hand while stirring constantly with the other hand. Do not stop stirring otherwise lumps will form. Now lower down the heat stirring constantly till it starts boiling. Let it simmer for 10 -15 minute on low heat or till the kadhi gets thickened.
- Now add the fried pakodas to the kadhi and before serving garnish it with the coriander leaves.