Have you eaten any of these dishes in your childhood? Prepare yourself to dive into a world of spice-packed, flavour and fragrance rich Indian food. Here are our 8 best Indian recipes that you must try at home!
The amaranth leaves have always been a part of traditional Indian cooking. Amaranthus or amaranth’s leaves are available in range of colours from red to green, pink to gold are common green leafy vegetables and they grow throughout the country, from the Himalayas to coastal regions in the South India. It was once the most favorite dress of the South Indian people.
Raoh Ki Kheer
The Sugar cane juice kheer is a specialty of Punjab where sugar cane is grown in abundance. This sugar cane juice kheer is gluten free and can be made vegan too (Avoid the ghee while frying cashews!). Without the use of milk, this dish has a very distinct unique taste.
Ande Ka Halwa
It takes all of 15 minutes to make this dessert. Unlike so many other halwas, where you have to slow cook for hours, this one is really quick. Having said that, the idea is to cook on a low flame so that it doesn’t really become scrambled egg.
This drink gives you a good and peaceful sleep. It is a best remedy for cold, cough or throat pain. It gives such a relief for them. There is nothing more soothing for your throat than a cup of hot Sukku paal. also read:-Enhance the taste of food with this Rajasthani dish
This is a famous sweet dish of Tamil Nadu. Which is now slowly getting extinct. It is very tasty in taste.
Once it was the pride of Kerala. People used to enjoy it with snack tea and coffee. pappada vada is a crispy snack ideal for your evening tea.
Boti Ni Akuri
The immense love for eggs in Parsi culture is quite evident through their plethora of egg recipes that are prepared for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Khus Ka Sharbat
Here is a delicious sharbat recipe and is tempting due to its green colour. Mix with water for a refreshing summer drink.