• Brown Basmati Pulao

    Brown Basmati Pulao

    Best made with brown basmati rice, this pulao recipe can use any combination of vegetables including potatoes, peppers, parsnips, mushrooms and zucchini.

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  • Hyderabadi Biryani

    Hyderabadi Biryani

    The blending of Mughlai and Telugu cuisines in the kitchens of the Nizam, rulers of the historic Hyderabad State, resulted in the creation of Hyderabadi Biryani. It is traditionally prepared with long aromatic basmati rice and mutton, lamb or chicken.

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  • Ilish Bhat

    Ilish Bhat

    Ilish Bhat or Ilish Bhaturi, is a delicious rich dish that is cooked in special occasions, especially during the rainy season when the Hilsa fish is widely available. It is delicious by itself, but can be also eaten with begun (eggplant) or potol (pointed gourd) bhaji and achar (pickles).

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  • Kabooli Pulao

    Kabooli Pulao

    The pulao has to be made with basmati rice and ghee or else something will be a little amiss if you do not use basmati rice and ghee. This is a quick, simple and easy pulao to make.

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  • Kheer


    Kheer is a South Asian rice pudding made by boiling rice or broken wheat with milk and sugar; it is flavoured with cardamom, raisins, saffron, cashew nuts, pistachios or almonds. It is typically served during a meal or as a dessert.

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  • Korma Pulao

    Korma Pulao

    Korma gravies are very popular with most people. Korma gravy can be combined with everything from vegetables to paneer to chicken. Here is an innovative recipe of a layered pulao made with korma gravy and rice that has been flavoured with whole garam masalas and saffron.

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  • Lemon Rice

    Lemon Rice

    Lemon Rice is a delicious South Indian dish you can easily put together when in a hurry. You can also make it with leftover rice. Serve Lemon Rice with a Raita (yogurt salad) and Poppadums for a simple yet tasty meal.

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  • Uttapum


    Uttapum is a delightful dish that\'s perfect for breakfast or an anytime snack, that\'s healthy and tasty. The uttapam batter is made of a 1:3 ratio of urad dal and rice; the rice should be a combination of a boiled variety and a variety such as basmati for best results.

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  • Mughlai Khichdi

    Mughlai Khichdi

    The Mughals were known to name certain dishes after themselves to signify where they were invented. A brilliant Khichdi made from rice and moong, this preparation is flavoured with garam masalas. Freshly grated coconut and cashewnuts are used to add volume and flavoring to the Khichdi. Enjoy it with fresh curd, papad and pickle.

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  • Murg Mussallam

    Murg Mussallam

    Rich roasted whole chicken, stuffed with rice, Sind Murgh Musallam, is a party fare that should be relished with family and friends. This chicken recipe has its own significance and name in the array of mughal nawabi recipes.

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  • Paneer Pulao

    Paneer Pulao

    Long-grained basmati rice, pressure-cooked in tangy tomato-based gravy interspersed with spongy cottage cheese cubes, the paneer pulao is a toothsome treat that will delight your family and friends!

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  • Rice Cheela

    Rice Cheela

    This is a great healthy breakfast food and even prefect as an accompaniment to some vegetable dishes like cauliflower, potato and tomato curry. Traditionally a chella is made with besan (Gram flour or chick pea flour), but there are several variations can be made, Rice cheela is one of them.

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  • Rice Pudding

    Rice Pudding

    This is a great dessert that can be made with leftover rice or old bread or old cake. It tastes good either warm or cold.

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  • Turkish Zarda Pulao

    Turkish Zarda Pulao

    Zarda Pulao is a luscious sweet saffron rice specially made during the Eid festivals. Mawa or coconut or any spices can also be added in the pulao to enhance the flavour.

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  • Vegetable Cutlet

    Vegetable Cutlet

    Vegetable Cutlet is a delicious yet easy food recipe. It is easy to cook, yummy to eat and can be eaten as an appetizer, light afternoon snack or evening snack with a cup of tea.

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  • Sarson Ka Saag

    Sarson Ka Saag

    Sarson da Saag served with Makki di Roti makes for a perfect traditional Punjabi dish. Come winters, and this dish is to be flaunted at every street side dhaba, restaurant, household and people’s hearts.

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  • Chana Masala

    Chana Masala

    Also known as chole masala or channay, Chana Masala is a popular Punjabi dish in India and the Indian subcontinent. The main ingredient is Chickpeas (called "Chana" in India).

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  • Carrot Rice

    Carrot Rice

    Carrot Rice as a dish, is generally cooked in Tehran and other cities of Iran with chicken or meat balls. It is commonly addressed as “Havij Pol” in these places.

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  • Apple Kheer

    Apple Kheer

    Kheer has always been a part of the Indian culture. Apple kheer is one of its kind, which is relished by every group of people. Cherished especially during the festivals, Apple Kheer is savoured in every part of India.

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  • Vegetable Korma

    Vegetable Korma

    Vegetable Korma is a dish originating in South Asia or Central Asia which can be made with yogurt, cream, nut and seed pastes or coconut milk. It is available all over India.

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  • Dry Fruit Kheer

    Dry Fruit Kheer

    A favorite Indian dessert made with basmati rice, milk, nuts and saffron. This dessert has been an essential dish throughout the history of India, being usually found at ceremonies, feasts and celebrations.

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  • Kashmiri Dum Aloo

    Kashmiri Dum Aloo

    Kashmiri Dum Aloo is authentically known as Dum Oluv (Whole Potatoes cooked in spicy red gravy) and a very authentic way of cooking dum pukth. An extremely popular dish in the beautiful valley of Kashmir, this accompaniment is a must for all.

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  • Methi Mutter Malai

    Methi Mutter Malai

    Methi Mutter Malai is a popular, rich and flavourful North Indian vegetable dish made with methi (fenugreek) leaves, matar (peas) and malai (cream) and is relished throughout India. It forms as a healthy wholesome green diet.

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  • Narangi Chawal

    Narangi Chawal

    A traditional way of serving Narangi Chawal, a dish which comes from Kashmir, is with a layer of fried potato and yogurt mixture sand witched between the rice making it a whole meal. It is delicious to eat and is a hit at regional restaurants

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  • Paneer Makhni

    Paneer Makhni

    Paneer makhani is a dish that has redefined the Indian cuisine. It is primarily from the North-Western part of the country and has been an inherent part of the well-known Punjabi cuisine. It forms as a major recipe at most of the parties and is savoured by people of all cultures!

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  • Vegetable Samosa

    Vegetable Samosa

    Samosa is a famous Indian delight popular in every nook and cranny of the country. It is a baked or most commonly a fried pastry with piquant filling such as potatoes, peas, onions, lentils and some more.

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  • Aloo Paratha

    Aloo Paratha

    An all time favorite of adults and kids alike, add a smear of butter and savour the delicious blend of potatoes and spices stuffed in whole-wheat dough.

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  • Rasmalai


    This soft, melt in your mouth dessert is perfect for parties and get togethers. You can prepare it a day before and keep it in the refrigerator.

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  • Sindhi Chicken Biryani

    Sindhi Chicken Biryani

    This traditional biryani originates from the Sindh region of Pakistan. It is generally spicier than regular biryani.

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  • Peanut and Corn Rice

    Peanut and Corn Rice

    A great rice dish for tiffins because it is a change from the regular and can be made quickly. The combination of crunchy peanuts and the slight sweetness of corn is a taste you will relish!

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  • Bread Dahi Chaat

    Bread Dahi Chaat

    Who knew bread could taste so good? All the flavour of Chaat combined with bread makes this snack popular with adults and kids alike.

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  • Rajasthani Raj Kachori

    Rajasthani Raj Kachori

    A perfect kachori needs to be puffed up and flaky outside and hollow and light inside. This Rajasthani Raj Kachori is one such that has a rich filling and a taste so majestic that you can consume it with a simple chutney or just curd on the side.

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  • Muglai Kofta Curry

    Muglai Kofta Curry

    Mughlai food is characterized by rich and creamy curry which have a distinct aroma and taste of ground and whole spices. Mughlai Kofta Curry is the most delicious of the Mughlai dishes. The lengthy ingredients list may intimidate the beginner in cooking world, but when you go through the list carefully you will find that most of the ingredients are easy to source from any good Indian grocery store.

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  • Suji Ka Halwa

    Suji Ka Halwa

    Suji halwa is a sweet dish that is extremely popular all over India. Easy to make, this dish has a strong flavour of saffron that adds to the aromatic experience of the dish.

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  • Dudhi Ka Halwa

    Dudhi Ka Halwa

    A traditional Indian dessert recipe of grated bottle gourd cooked with milk and cardamom. Great for those who have a sweet tooth but are conscious about their health as well.

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  • Puttu and Curry

    Puttu and Curry

    Puttu is a Sri Lankan and South Indian dish that is in the form of cylinders and is made of ground rice layered with coconut. Kadala curry is the best accompaniment to this dishand is considered a delicacy in the state of Kerala.

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  • Masala Vada

    Masala Vada

    This food, also known as chana dal vada, makes a great snack with coffee or tea. Chana dal is the main item you need to make this side dish. It is a perfect dish to serve on events and functions hosted at home.

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  • Moong Dal Halwa

    Moong Dal Halwa

    A popular and rich halwa recipe from North India, moong dal halwa is usually made on celebratory or festive occasions like holi, diwali, marriages etc. It is a delicacy of the state of Rajasthan and is a rich, creamy and pudding-like dessert. Made with split yellow moong dal, this is a popular and delicious dessert for the winter months.

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  • Rice With Vegetable And Fish

    Rice With Vegetable And Fish

    This light and healthy recipe makes for a perfect lunch menu. The dash of lemon in the recipe lends a tangy flavour to this fish which can be baked or grilled according to your choice.

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  • Corn Rice

    Corn Rice

    Simple, easy and delicious rice recipe with corn kernels, garlic and spring onion. Corn rice is a nice variation to the good old pulao or chawal recipe

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  • Gujarati Khandvi

    Gujarati Khandvi

    A mouth watering traditional Gujarati snack food that is typically seasoned with sautéed sesame seeds and few other spices. It’s not only easy to make but healthy as well because it just involves steaming gram flour and butter milk and does not require any other complex cooking techniques.

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  • Vegetable Idli

    Vegetable Idli

    Idli is a delicacy in the southern part of India but is equally favoured in the rest of the country. The long preparation time is completely worth it and in this variation of a simple Idli, the added vegetables adds taste as well as a health benefit to it.

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  • Gujarati Kadhi

    Gujarati Kadhi

    A must in every Gujarati household. This type of Kadhi is a fusion of sweet and spicy curd and besan with a soup like consistency that tastes amazing with plain Kohinoor basmati rice.

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  • Gujarati Undiyu

    Gujarati Undiyu

    Undiyu is a tasty and traditional Gujarati snack made from dough, served especially on festive and auspicious occasions of significance.

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  • Sweet Rice

    Sweet Rice

    Sweet Rice or Sakarai, popularly known as Meetha Chaawal, is a sweet Rice delicacy with an exquisite aroma that emerges from an exotic blend of Saffron, Cinnamon, Cloves and Bayleaves. This traditional dish is served as ‘Naivedyam’ (an auspicious sweet offering) during the Tamil festival of Pongal.

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  • Puran Poli

    Puran Poli

    Puran Poli is a popular Maharashtrian and Gujarati dish that is made during the auspicious festival of Ganesh Chaturthi. Lightly spiced and soft, the Puran Poli can be enjoyed as a snack or even as a meal.

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  • Paneer Chettinad

    Paneer Chettinad

    The perfect blend of northern and southern Indian cuisine, this delectable dish is made with freshly ground masalas and has a melt in the mouth quality that can never fail to satisfy your fine food cravings!

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  • Kerala Vegetable Stew

    Kerala Vegetable Stew

    Also known as ‘Ishtu’, the Kerala Vegatable Stew is a traditional dish served with Appam. The simplicity of the dish and the balance between spices and the natural flavour of vegetables are what make it irresistible.

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  • Cauliflower paneer kofta

    Cauliflower paneer kofta

    Originally prepared with broccoli, this one is a delight for anyone who loves Kofta based gravies. A medley of pureed tomatoes, spices and curry-soaked paneer dumplings make it a zesty yet comforting offering.

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  • Vangi Bhaat Recipe

    Vangi Bhaat Recipe

    Vangi Bhaat Recipe is prepared in the similar manner as that of masala bhaat, Vangi Bhaat is one pot meal which is healthy and does not take much time to cook.

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  • Meatball curry

    Meatball curry

    Minced mutton Meatballs slow cooked in a spicy gravy make for an appetizing meal. Serve them with coconut rice and you’ve got a winner.

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  • Naat Yakkhn (Lamb Curry)

    Naat Yakkhn (Lamb Curry)

    This mouth-watering yogurt based lamb curry comes to you from paradise on earth – Kashmir. Enjoy this delightful dish with steamed rice.

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  • Mushroom Butter Masala

    Mushroom Butter Masala

    Smooth buttery gravy, and the soft texture of mushrooms is what makes this dish a treat. It is best consumed with rotis, naan, jeera rice or biryani rice.

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  • Rice with chickpea and mushroom

    Rice with chickpea and mushroom

    Enjoy this delicious preparation as a main dish with a squeeze of lemon or as a side dish as a part of a larger Middle Eastern spread. An interesting part about this dish is that it doesn’t need to be served hot, making it great for potluck lunches and dinners.

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  • Murmura Ladoo

    Murmura Ladoo

    They’re crunchy, crisp, light, delicious and most of all – easy. Prepared with puffed rice, Murmura Laddus are readied within minutes.

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  • Chivda


    Chivda is one of the most enjoyed tea-time accompaniments in India. Prepare it with dry fruits and curry leaves for rich flavour and enjoy.

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  • Assam Kadhi Badi

    Assam Kadhi Badi

    This simple and delicious recipe comes from UP and Bihar in north region of India. It is best relished with a plate of plain steamed Kohinoor Basmati with some green chili and pickle on side. This simple yet sumptuous combo can be relished on any day of the week with your loved ones.

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  • Fish In Mustard Gravy

    Fish In Mustard Gravy

    Macher Jhal from Bengal is one of the most popular and authentic dishes from the region. This easy-to-cook recipe is a delight for the fish lovers and the mustard flavour only leaves your taste buds wanting a bit more of this sour, salty and savory delicacy.

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  • Prawn Curry

    Prawn Curry

    From the local shacks of Goa, comes this spicy Prawn Curry which you can relish with a plate of Basmati Rice.

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  • Jadoh Recipe

    Jadoh Recipe

    This mild delicacy comes from the state of Meghalaya. On a day filled with spicy food, you could relish this dish to give a break to your taste buds from all the spicy food.

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  • Masor Tenga

    Masor Tenga

    Masor Tenga is a regular feature in Assamese households, served during lunch and dinner with steamed rice. The cuisine from this region is influenced with the strong flavours. ‘Tenga’ meaning sour is a dominant flavor in this dish. If you are a fish addict, it is a must try recipe for you.

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  • Chicken Bamboo Shoots

    Chicken Bamboo Shoots

    Bamboo Shoots is a healthy, delicious dish from the state of Nagaland. It can be cooked with pork and lamb as well. Being less spicy, makes it heavenly delight if you are craving for a simple meal with a plate of Kohinoor Basmati Rice.

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  • Mutton Curry

    Mutton Curry

    Mutton is a strongly flavoured meat which if cooked well releases its unique flavour. Try cooking it at home and relish it with a plate of chappatis or plain basmati rice.

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  • Fish Biryani

    Fish Biryani

    Craving for a biryani? But find it too elaborate to cook? Then you must try the Hyderabadi style Fish Dum Biryani. It is usually cooked with the long grains of aromatic basmati and chicken, mutton or lamb. But you could substitute fish for chicken and have an amazing biryani to relish over the weekend.

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  • Butter Chicken with Lemon Rice

    Butter Chicken with Lemon Rice

    A common dish in all the north-indian kitchens hailing from Punjab is a delight for any meat lover. This creamy delight is usually relished with a butter-nan or a kulcha.

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  • Tamrind Fish With Tapioca

    Tamrind Fish With Tapioca

    Serve yourself a true Keralite affair between tapioca and spicy fish gravy. Coming from the backwaters of Kerala this recipe is true comfort food for winters. Try it with a plate of basmati rice for a better experience.

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  • Malabari Chicken Biryani

    Malabari Chicken Biryani

    Talk about exotic spices and distinct flavours, and Malabar cuisine from Kerala tops the list. The taste of Malabar is renowned from its signature cooking elements and flavours that make your taste buds go tickling. One of the most loved dishes from this cuisine is the Malabari Chicken Biryani. The succulent flavours, mild aroma and a unique aftertaste – together make this a dish to relish.

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  • Nizami Mutton Biryani

    Nizami Mutton Biryani

    If you have to relive the culinary spirit of royal living, you can’t miss the sumptuous biryani, from the city of Nawabs, Hyderabad. This biryani has its own versions in local cultures of Hyderabad – but all of them give out a unique flavor that is hard to match from any other part of the country. Cooked with a flavorful concoction of spices in unison with the soft mutton pieces – it is every foodoholic’s ideal

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  • Mutton Yakhani Pulao

    Mutton Yakhani Pulao

    Mutton Yakhni Pulao is yet another flavorsome preparation from the beautiful land of Kashmir. Using steam to mix all the spices and allowing slow cooking of mutton – this relishing dish is loved by all rice lovers. The word ‘yakhni’ refers to cooking the dish in mutton stock – giving it an unmatchable aroma and taste.

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