As the name suggests the daal is very very runny. The way to eat it is to break the roti into bite size pieces in a bowl and then pour the daal over it and eat it with hands.
You can make a variety of preparations with aloo and there is little scope to go wrong with it.
We all love eating steaming hot samosas with tea, but some of don't like having too much oil. Baked samosas, prepared without deep frying solves this problem.
For celebrity chef Izzat Hussain, who started out life as a Unani practioner, creating food that is easy to digest and beneficial to the health of countless patrons is de rigueur.
Desi foodies have taken the globe by storm, thanks to Instagram.
Any Italian will tell you: pasta is healthy and makes you feel good. But what about spaghetti made from cannabis?
There's a new burger which is being touted as nutritious, however, there's just one issue. It's made out of 500,000 flies.
Rukmini Srinivas’s memoir-cum-cookbook is packed with pictures, illustrations, recipes and nostalgia.
Jaljeera, a refreshing and natural drink, can help to fight intestinal gas and poor digestion, says an expert.
This one has subtle flavours - raw mango and coconut. It makes for a delicious breakfast, a nice change from Poha and upma.
Imagine gazing out at the twinkling city lights, sipping chilled beer and wolfing down steaming hot dimsums! That's exactly what The Lalit five-star hotel in the heart of the national capital has to offer at an ongoing food festival that runs to the end of the month.
If you are stressed or in a gloomy mood, consume coffee or fresh green vegetables, which can lift your spirit.
While temptations will always be there, you can be a little responsible towards your health by making your snacks healthy.
It's the perfect weather to savour Gobi ke Pakode with your favourite chutney.
Spherified chaats and bacon-stuffed kulchas anyone?
While still a doyen of north Indian food, the geography’s palate is evolving, as exemplified by the opening and subsequent success of Lights Camera Action-Air Bar, west Delhi’s first progressive Indian restaurant.
Californian burger brand Carl's Jr. will open shop in India on August 8, with its first outlet in Delhi at Saket's Select Citywalk Mall.
Mahou , the first subsidiary of Spanish brewing major Mahou San Miguel to be established outside Spain, has launched its flagship product Mahou 5 Star in india.
Gurgaon’s Cyberchef.in connects foodies with home cooks, offering a range of food from different cuisines.
Layered parantha with a coating of eggs and a spicy mince filling; this baida roti recipe is going straight into my Eid dinner menu.
If you are a health conscious foodie, eager to experiment with food, you might want to try this relatively new entrant in 'healthy oil' market - Canola oil.
The purpose is to make healthy food delicious. You may not be very fond of Moong Daal, but you cannot say no to these heavenly kebabs.
A single bunch of grapes have fetched around $8,200 in Japan, becoming possibly the most expensive grape variety.
It's easy to pick that bhujia packet off the shelf for your evening snack with tea, but it's healthy as well as a delightful experience to relish homemade Rice Papdi with a steaming cup of tea.
A restaurant in London is serving its customers with exotic tastes ostrich egg, as they like.
While we may love the flavour to the food brought by adding ingredients like garlic, onions and certain cheeses, they also happen to be the smelliest foods, whose stench is hard to control.
If there is any perfect combination of a vegetable and a dal, it has to be Lauki Chane Ki Daal.
Customisation and affordable pricing are making the ‘wok’ concept popular among the city’s diners.
Beer has emerged the most favourite drink of Delhiites, followed by wine and whiskey, according to search trends on Google.
Mangoes of all hues and varieties now have far more 'brand value' for foodies
It's always possible to make nutritious food tasty. A combination of fruit and vegetable, Tandoori Chaat can be served as an evening snack or a starter.
In Mumbai, a kiosk rustles up mawa jalebis. In old Delhi, a gur ka sharbat sells for Rs 5, while Hazrat Nizamuddin's dargah throbs to the beats of qawwali in Delhi.
Once satiated by the music, those fasting rush to the food stalls, most of which put out large degchis of dum biryanis and piles of sheermal for iftaar.
Ramzan nights glow with colourful stories across India. In Old Delhi, a gur ka sharbat sells for Rs 5.
In a narrow lane, Burhanpur Mawa Jalebi is a 4x4 sq ft shop, no bigger than a kiosk.
While Hazrat Nizamuddin's dargah throbs to the beats of qawwali in Delhi, we sample the food and mood