Pat Chapmans book 250 favourite curries is our inspiration for this authentic aromatic meat curry. Make the curry masala gravy base first and then get into making this beautiful fragrant dish, you'll never need to visit the takeaway again!
Hello friends, as you know, India is a country of countless festivals. It celebrates many types of festivals. Every state of India has its own festivals. And they celebrate it in a very beautiful way. One of the festivals is Makarsankranti, which is celebrated in the cold season. In this festival..
When it comes to late night dining in Malaysia, we have the "Mamak", which is usually a hangout spot for many Malaysians. Mamak stalls/restaurants cater to the hungry people at anytime of the day! Check them out!
Classic Southeast Asian’s version of sautéed Water Spinach with Oyster sauce and it goes perfectly together with lightly fried tofu. If you are after a quick and nutritious side dish, this recipe is perfect to serve your family in no time. Ready to serve in just 10 to 15 minutes.
In a cold rainy day in Malaysia, most Malaysians look to having a "Bak Kut Teh" as a way to cool down. Lets see what's up with this Malaysian favorite!
Amazing staple dish that can be enjoyed all times of the day in both countries. At first glance, they look similar but that is further from the truth. From the preparation of the broth to the noodles used, there are variations; even within West and East Malaysia.
Ladoos are famous. But one particular variety is infamous – “Thaggu Ke Laddu”. Literally translating to ‘thug’s ladoo’, this Kanpuri delicacy has a story rooted in the Indian revolutionary struggle. The context, sugar, was a colonial commodity and Mahatma Gandhi had termed sugar ‘white poison’. This
Chinese food may be imagined as something exotic and far from Western culinary habits. Reality is different and, in particular, when it comes to compare it with Italian food.
Enjoy 8 tasty recipes of South Indian popular comfort food, Pongal/Pongali in the winter months. Accompanied by a tasty side dish and piping filter coffee.
Which dish takes over your senses - smell, sight and taste - when you think of ‘steam cooking’? Is it Idlys? Maybe Dhoklas? How about dumplings? Well apart from these famous steamed dishes, there’s plenty more the Indian kitchen utilizes steam cooking for. In fact, steaming is among the most common
Cooking pancit is pretty easy. There are plenty of recipes you can follow on the Internet. You can even make up your own once you know the basics. In this article, you learn a little history of the pancit dish in the Philippines.
In this article, we will look at the different styles of hotpot available around. These hotpot styles are descendants of the traditional Chinese hotpot. From Malaysia to China, lets get to know the types of hotpot available.
One of my favorite moments in life is to have a good hotpot session with my friends or family. But when we look back at traditions, we ask, "where did hotpot originate from?" Well, lets answer these questions through this article, enjoy!
When I was a teenager I had travelled with my family to Germany and especially in Hamburg, there was the first time that I had tasted burger. It's my favorite and I like cooking burgers with different mixture of minced meat. Here I present you one of my best!
When you live anywhere in Southeast Asia, eating balut during nighttime is as common as drinking your morning coffee. But some, or most, outside may find it unappetizing and seemingly disgusting that they would rather enjoy their freshly cooked and baked goods. What is it, anyway?
India or Bharat is second most populated and seventh largest country in the world. It is one of few countries which has got deep rooted and diverse culture. The diversity is in terms of its geographical feature,religion, culture, races, customs, traditions, art and craft.
I believe in passing on the legacy of cooking traditional Indian food to my children, just in the same way, as my mother has passed it on to me. If you are fond of eating river water fish, you would love the Rohu fish recipe, in mustard gravy. It’s delicious, when served hot with boiled rice.
Indian street food is as vast and diversified as its population. Different places have their own street food and their own story. Here is a small representation of Indian best street foods recipes which are my favourite and is worth trying.
Easy tasty spring rolls or egg rolls as some call them: ready to eat in minutes. Ideal as a snack, a starter or a party nibble.
Boora or tagar is a grainy and aromatic form of sugar used in the preparation of Indian mithai or sweets like ladoos, pedas etc. Learn how to prepare it...
Karonde ka achar is a simple pickle to make which gets ready in a few days and can remain good for a year. It is summer, karonda is in season, and the right time to prepare this unique Indian pickle...
So what is this water chestnut of the Caribbean, you ask? A tasty little root vegetable called Topi Tambo or as we call it in Trinidad and Tobago, Tipi Tambo.