Mango Rice Kheer

There’s nothing as good as a juicy sweet mango and it’s as versatile as a fruit can get. This mango season, we decided to get all creative in the kitchen and make something with mangoes, just for the love of mangoes. We bring to your menu, a sweet mango rice pudding that’s easy to make and is perfect for summer.

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Narayan Dosa

Another food joint in Mumbai for your South Indian foodgasm.  The dosas are so yummy that you crave for more even after your tummy has reached the uppermost limit of being FULL!

Where: Narayan Dosa, Parmand Building, French Bridge, Opera House, Grant Road, Mumbai.

Price: ₹250 for two people (approx.)

What you must try:  Palak Masala Dosa, Panner Chilli Dosa and Mysore Masala Dosa.

Rabdi Wala

A restaurant known for their varieties of rabdi, along with some amazing rajasthani and gujarati cuisine. Also enjoy the rajasthani tradition to help you wash your hands before you start the meal.

Where: Rabdi Wala, Shop 9 & 10, Mangal Arambh, Opposite Kora Kendra Garden, RM Bhattad Rd, Vivekanand Nagar, Borivali West, Mumbai (Call : 080808 08774)

Price: ₹500 for two people (approx.)

What you must try:  Masala Dal Bati Churma, Puri with Aamras, Angoori Rabdi

Flour Fire Pizzeria

Super place to have pizzas with great taste and flavor in an Irish ambience. This place has a dedicated fireplace for baking their crusts and you can experience your pizza being baked live !. The staff makes you feel at home.

WhereFlour Fire Pizzeria, Thakur Village, Kandivali East Opposite Thakur Playground, Near D-Mart, Thakur Village, Kandivali East, Mumbai (Call : 098333 88373)

Price: ₹500 for two people (approx.)

What you must try:  Chilli Cheese Garlic Bread, Art Lover Pizza

Nandu Dosa Dinner

Dosas at Nandu’s never fail to impress. It is known for its wide variety of lip smacking fusion dosas.

WhereNandu Dosa Dinner, Pancholia School Rd, Mahavir Nagar, Kandivali West, Mumbai (Call : 098332 30292)

Price: ₹300 for two people (approx.)

What you must try: Nandu Special, Manchurian Dosa, Ginni Dosa,  Mysore Masala Dosa,  Chocolate Dosa.

 

Amritsari Chole

Kabuli chana, chole or chickpeas are excellent source of proteins. They are also rich in magnesium, iron and other micro nutrients. Chole has been widely used in Indian cuisine over time immemorial. You will find it in meals or added to snack to increase the nutritional value. Amritsari chole is one such blend of chole and selected spices cooked together.

This version of delicious finger-licking Punjabi chole recipe is fairly simple and easy to make and can be whipped up in quickly. Continue reading “Amritsari Chole”

Tawa Garlic Kulcha

Kulcha is a type of traditional Indian bread cooked either in tandoor (cylindrical clay oven) or on tawa. Such has been the popularity of kulchas since ages that it is the only food to have appeared on a flag of any royal family (Nizams of Hyderabad) in the world. Kulcha is generally served with choley, the spicy chickpea curry.

Below is a step by step process of how we can prepare kulchas at home. Its easy and yummy! Continue reading “Tawa Garlic Kulcha”

How to eat like a local in Sri Lanka– Your guide

Sri Lanka is a beautiful island in Indian Ocean with golden sand beaches, lush greenery and sunshine all year around. Sri Lanka is also well known for its spicy and tasty cuisine. It is influenced by the local spices grown there and has parallels to Indian, Portuguese and Dutch food.

Through this food trail, we will share our culinary experiences from our visit to Sri Lanka. Continue reading “How to eat like a local in Sri Lanka– Your guide”