Food Video

Bake these Chocolate Shortbread for the perfect gift

Can't think of what to give as a Diwali gift? Make these melt-in-the-mouth chocolate shortbreads. We spoke to Mitali Sahani from The Bombaykery about her best Diwali memories while learning how to make these!

Have a delish Diwali with these easy homemade Chocolate Truffles

This Diwali gift your loved ones some homemade chocolate truffles. We met with Avanti Mathur from Sweet Nothings by Avanti Mathur and spoke to her about her favourite thing about Diwali and she shared her go to recipe for chocolates.

Have a delicious Diwali with this easy Date – Nut Cake

Home Baker Shikha Sachdeva from Cocoka shared the recipe of her famous Date - Nut Cake. Baked to perfection and drizzled with orange syrup and homemade marmalade, this is a perfect bake for Diwali!

Diwali Treats – Belgian chocolate dipped chocolate chip cookie

Chocolate chip cookies are an all time favourite and dipped in Belgian Chocolate, is just simply mouthwatering! We met Sara Taneja from Lets Bake Love and she shared her recipe with us!

Durga Puja Delight: East Bengal’s Famous Beetroot Halwa and Chutney

Two dishes that are absolutely essential for any Bengali bhog to be complete are halwa and chutney. Pritha Sen and Noyona Afroz show us their go to recipes for these dishes.

Durga Puja Delight: Kolkata’s famous Moong Dal Pakodi Chaat

Inspired by the Kolkata- style “North Indian Chaat” on Camac Street, these deep fried moong dal pakoras topped with chutney and dahi are an absolute all time favourite. Iti Misra shows us her take on it.

Durga Puja Delights: Niramish Mangsho

Niramish Mutton or vegetarian mutton, is a mutton dish made without garlic and onion. Marinated for nearly 12 hours, this dish is served best with a plate of rice. Watch food columnist Rajyasree Sen's take on this dish.

Durga Puja Delight: Shorshe Maach

Food Columnist Rajyasree Sen shares her recipe of Mustard Fish, another Bengali favourite. Served with rice, this dish is a staple in most bengali households.

Durga Puja Delights: A bong’s go to food – Khichudi and Labda

A variation of the classic khichdi and mix vegetable, Khichudi and Labda is one of the main dishes served during Durga Puja. No bhog is complete without this quintessential bengali dish being served. Pritha Sen from Mustard helped us with the recipe.

A foodie’s guide to Jail Road

Jail road was earlier known as the furniture market, but today it is largely associated for its food. Delhi Food Blogger shares his top 5 picks.

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