While corns and nuts are festive favourites for Lohri, there are many other nutritious dishes that you can whip up in no time. Try the recipes of Aloo Gobhi Adraki and Ariselu this time around.
Considered to be rich in anthocyanin, black sticky rice helps keep diabetes and heart diseases in check, prevents cancer, and control blood sugar levels.
This crunchy summer gourd is just the dish for this season.
What’s a brunch without good bread? For this one, a fine olive oil makes all the difference.
Celebrate the season of jamuns with this uniquely boozy version of the French dessert.
We all know couscous is nutritious; and if you get mangoes into the picture, it gets all the more interesting.
A dessert from Kerala, a relish from Andhra, a spicy side-dish from Mangalore and more to celebrate Mother’s Day.
Enjoy this sumptuous Italian bread and tomato salad at home.
This barnyard millet and buttermilk ‘vrat ka dhokla’ is light and refreshing.
End your meal with these perfect pralines or simply gobble them down with some tea. The choice is yours.
With cashew and vermicelli for crunch, this mixed sprout salad is great for your evening munchies.
Throw in couscous or prawns or beetroot for a wholesome cooling salad.
An Anglo-Indian stew for breakfast and a Syrian Christian roast for lunch – there’s no such thing as too much chicken.
Chocolate, prunes, marshmallows, shortbread; what’s not to love?
Spiced with nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves and cardamom, these sumptuous buns also include all the goodness of black currants.