Australia's top chef George Calombaris was recently in India cooking up a storm, but what happens when he's put in a spot? Find out what the Masterchef Australia
We know that you love Sabudana Khidchi, but why not try out something new in the kitchen this Navratri? It doesn't have to be boring, every single time.
Simple and easy to make, these recipes by chef Manish Mehrotra are perfect for the ones who are not too fond of spending time in the kitchen.
Now you can have a full English breakfast without worrying about the pains of cooking as these easy tips will make your mornings much brighter and your tummies much fuller. It's all about getting some bacon, toast, mushrooms and your favourite tea or coffee. See how
At the World Testicle Cooking Competition, participants cook the reproductive organs of various animals and later relish it. It may be the weirdest thing you might see, but the crowd in Serbia seems to love it.
Electrofoodies, a group of final-year engineering students from Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT) has built a prototype for India’s most sought-after street food. Their innovation has even bagged the first prize at the national finale of Ink Makers held at T-Hub in Hyderabad.
To boldly go where no chef has gone before is Gaggan Anand’s ambition.
Civet coffee, a drink of elite consumed widely in the Gulf nations and Europe, will now be made in India. The country's largest coffee-growing Karnataka state has made a humble beginning of making the luxury coffee on a small scale and has also decided to open a cafe to serve the brew locally.
A look at some coffee houses in Delhi that are doing things differently, as well as those that continue to perfect the basics
A Swiss chocolate company claims to have invented a new type of chocolate, 'ruby', using ruby cocoa beans. While there is still time for the chocolate to reach the market and official confirmation of the claims, the news of this 'fourth' variety has already created ripples in the chocolate industry.
The aim of the event is to draw attention to high quality cinema, without any kind of restriction, with special care for innovation, research, originality and independence. After the screening, a special dinner is organised where Vikas Khanna will showcase 70 dishes from India.
This Eid, treat your loved ones to some mouth-watering Blackcurrant Sheer Khurma!
On the occasion of Eid-al-Adha, indulge in the goodness of some piping hot homemade kebabs as suggested by the chefs at The Taj Mahal Hotel, New Delhi!
Between Buns, the latest at SDA Market, is a pork lover’s paradise and more
As part of the Eid al-Adha celebrations, sweet treats such as 'kheer' are served along with the meal. But, if you want to experiment with the last course, here are some delightful ideas that will add zing to the festivities. Take cues from these three recipes.
KFC India has now introduced a 'one-click button' to let you order food from the closest restaurant. Clearly, this button is aimed at those who want their chicken regularly without getting into the hassle of a multi-step ordering process each time.
At a recent wedding in Hyderabad, guests were served 'gold rice'. Well, not rice made of gold, if that's what you're thinking, but rice with a touch of gold. Footage going viral on WhatsApp and a few social media platforms show, gold leaves laid out on steaming hot rice. In case you are wondering what's so special, well, the leaves are made out of 24-carat gold.
With the ongoing celebrations for one of the biggest festivals in Kerala, Onam, Malayalis are heading back to their hometown to celebrate the cultural harvest festival. But, if you're among those, who have to stay back, here are some of the best places where you can get Onam sadhyas with the same traditional flavour that would remind you of home.
The famed Paradise Food Court has finally made its way to NCR with minor changes to the menu to please the obstinate Delhi palate
The restaurant run by Tihar jail in collaboration with professionals acts as a locus of reconciliation between inmates and the public.
Being Indians, our love for sweets is undying. However, overindulgence may not be very healthy. Instead of eating sugary-sweets satisfy your sweet-cravings with these sugar-free treats that will not only leave you content but also do no harm to your health.
Can we learn from one another? The answer seems to be an emphatic ‘Oui’.
The researchers conducted chemical analysis of residue on the un-glazed pottery, that was found at the Copper Age site of Monte Kronio. The results showed residue that contained tartaric acid and its sodium salt, which occur naturally in grapes and in the winemaking process.
Ganesh Chaturthi is incomplete without Modaks. This year, celebrate the joviality in the air with these delectable recipes.
Smashing all records, a king-sized samosa weighing 153.1kg has earned the tag of the world's largest. The gigantic snack was made by a dozen volunteers from the Muslim Aid UK charity and then deep-fried in a custom-built vat at East London Mosque.
The state of Rajasthan has come up with an alternative to green tea. Olitia, The Olive Tea, which is made from olive extracts, will soon be launched. Rajasthan started cultivating olives in 2007 in collaboration with Israel and now the state cultivates them on 5,000 hectares.
Researchers have found that adding water to whisky alters the drink's molecules to make it taste better. Whisky is a chemically complicated beverage. After malting, mashing, fermentation, distillation and maturing, for at least three years in oak barrels, it is bottled.
Findings show that citrons and lemons were the first citrus fruits to arrive in the Mediterranean and were status symbols for the elite. All other citrus fruits most probably spread more than a millennium later for economic reasons.
In previous observational studies, participants reported feeling less hungry during the week they consumed walnut-containing smoothies than during the week they were given the placebo smoothies.
Makers of the popular puffed cornmeal snack say the pop-up was the deliciously shrewd result of whimsy and marketing after executives noticed Cheetos fans posting their own recipes incorporating the crunchy treat on social media.
``The custom is getting lost,'' said Matsuba, who says he enjoys a beer or two a day. ``Beer can offer joy, happiness and smiles, and so everyone should try beer again.''
According to a study, when prices are higher, it leads us to believe that a taste is present that is not only driven by the wine itself, because the products were objectively identical in all of the tastings.
With all that opulence it cake is worth a whopping $40,000 that roughly would cost more than Rs 25 lakh! The edible structure is 4ft tall from the base to the tip of Aamir Khan’s head. The cake weighs 54kg and was made by Broadway Bakery Dubai.
Taj chefs recreate the three-course dinner menu that was served at the Taj Palace Mumbai on the night of August 14, 1947, to celebrate India's 71st Independence Day and serve history on a plate. The food was primarily classical French with Indian influences.
"I was surprised to see some of the biggest food brands in the country with the most pathetic kitchens. Unfortunately, we're happy with the way things are and we're not ready to change," chef Ajay Chopra said in a conversation on Thursday.
From trio of Panna Cotta to mazedaar masala munch chaat, get your hands on some of the delicacies that will satiate your taste buds. This Independence Day, some of the experts curated easy-to-do recipes with a regional twist to celebrate freedom from diet goals.
Although regret is a painful emotion that arises from the comparative imagination of what could've been -- it is also a hopeful one that forces individuals to learn, in order to avoid mistakes and achieve better outcomes in future.