Month: October 2012

Tomato Tea

Tomato Tea

Here is another exotic recipe by Chef Jawad. Tomato tea has various health benefits, but is especially known for nasal congestion relief. Slightly tedious, the tomato tea calls for some effort and is time-consuming. But hard work pays off, doesn’t it? Here is tomato tea […]

Chilli Idli

Chilli Idli

Here is a recipe with a U-turn. Idly is quite bland and is usually eaten with spicy chutney and sambar. Here, we’ve given the idly a Chinese touch. Chilly idli can be a perfect vegetarian snack to present to guests. You can easily chart out […]

Kabsa

Kabsa

Kabsa, or machboos, as is called in many Gulf regions, is a scrumptious combination of spices, meat, and rice. In some versions of the Kabsa, vegetables are also used. It would remind you of the Indian biryani. The biryani is derived from the Arabic Kabsa. […]

Bitter Gourd Candy

Bitter Gourd Candy

Bitter-gourd recipes are generally side dishes eaten with rotis, or are gravy prepared with meat and eaten with rice. Bitter-gourd, also known as bitter melon or melon gourd, is botanically classified as a fruit – with its bitter taste! That pretty much breaks our belief […]