Indian cuisine is brimming with the diverse regional culinary offerings. One can easily describe Indian cuisine as a vibrant play of flavours and colours. When it comes to lavish non-vegetarian feast, there is possibly nothing that cannot impress. Be it heavenly mutton korma, chicken nihari, mutton biryani, chicken biryani, and
Every Western television show and sitcom have created this troupe that Indians love spicy food, and for once they are not wrong. Indians do love spicy food! India is home to some of the hottest chillies in the world. Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Kashmir grow hot red chillies that
Technically, goat meat should be called chevon and not mutton. But here we are in India, where mutton often means goat meat instead of lamb, and in households around Kolkata, Sundays are synonymous with a goat meat jhol, also called “robibarer mangsho”, made in either a pressure cooker, to save
Ramadan, the holy month of dawn-to-dusk fasting in Islam, is coming to an end and will culminate with Eid-ul-Fitr, the most important festival in the Islamic calendar when Muslims around the world will offer prayers to the almighty and break their fast with family and friends with a wholesome meal.