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India Food Network or IFN has a mission to take Indian food to the world. It is your one-stop destination for everything food in India. We've got delicious recipes, hungry travellers and tons of culinary fun, created and curated for foodies by foodies.
10 Delicious Sindhi Recipes You Should Try At Least Once : IFN. Sindhi cuisine is native to the people of Sindh, Pakistan. Now, Sindhi food is eaten all over India with so much love and joy. You are in for a treat if you are invited to a Sindhi household. There’s a Sindhi tradition that no one can leave the house without eating their homecooked meal. From Dal Pakwan to Koak Palla Fish, there are numerous dishes and recipes that are super delicious to ignore. Restaurant Style Bombil Fry (Fried Bombay Duck) : IFN. Delicious, Healthy Tiffin Recipes by India Food Network. Kissan Tiffin Timetable : IFN. It’s back-to-school time and parents are already plunging up the internet for tiffin recipes that will impress their kids.
The biggest challenge for any parent of a school-going kid is ‘aaj dabbe mein kya banau?’ And for a kid it’s, ‘aaj dabbe mein kya hai?’ Parents are always looking for ways to feed their children something that is nutritious. But just before school, we’re all pressed up for time. .jpeg. Chapor Ghonto Recipe By Ananya Banerjee : IFN. Instant Appam : IFN. Gujarati Food Recipes by India Food Network. 14 Delicious Recipes to try if you Love Gujarati Food : IFN.
Gujarati food is one of the most loved cuisines in India.
From the spicy food of the Saurashtra region to the mild and sweet Gujarati food from North & Central region, Gujarati food is world-famous. However, sometimes it is merely brought down to two words, ‘Meetha Khaana’. But, that’s a debate for another day but if you thought so too, these recipes are going to change your opinion.
As much as we love Gujarati snacks like dhoklas and fafdas, there’s so much more to it than that.
Healthy One-Pot Recipes - indiafoodnetwork : IFN. Soup and Salad Recipes by India Food Network. Soup and Salad Recipes. Detox with a healthy salad.
Photo via Facebook With hectic lifestyles, health is a growing concern and eating right plays a major role when it comes to being fit. In the age of fast food, a good salad or a soup is just right to balance the extra calories. The Gourmet Soups & Salads workshop will teach you to make delicious and healthy soups and salads. Right from Lebanese Fattoush Salad and Mexican Street Salad to Thai Tom Yum Soup and a Creamy Cheesy Broccoli Soup, they’ve got you covered. Baked Bread Pockets: Who doesn't lo… Tiffin Food Recipes. Yes, it’s that time of the year again and the holy month of Shravan is being celebrated by fasting.
While for some it has already started, there are states that start fasting from next week onwards. And, the very first thing that comes to mind when you’re fasting is definitely the food. And, more often than not, while fasting, we’re confused as to what to eat and what to avoid. Healthy tiffin recipes. Healthy tiffin recipes. 10 min 15 min.
Know Your Ingredients: Guide To Chilli Varieties In India : IFN. Spicy, pungent, hot, mild, fruity and strikingly beautiful in appearance and flavour, Chillies are generously used in Indian cooking.
We love our chillies and use them differently, creating the perfect balancing act on a plate. It adds colour, flavour notes and most of all, it elevates a regular dish into top-notch one. From green chillies to red and orange, the spiciest to mildest, here’s a guide to varieties of chillies found in India. 12 Indian Food Emojis That Deserve A Place On The Emoji Keyboard : IFN. If you’re a person who loves communicating with emojis, you’d understand the point of this article.
Talking through emojis is cute, it’s easier and makes conversations more fun than ever. Although the grammar Nazis would disagree, it takes skill to build a conversation with emojis. This World Emoji Day, it’s all about food for us. 7 Immunity-Boosting Recipes That You Need This Monsoon : IFN. 10 Delicious Sindhi Recipes You Should Try At Least Once : IFN. Poori Recipe: Step-By-Step Guide To Making The Crispiest Pooris : IFN.
It is the most commonly made bread in Indian homes during a celebratory occasion.
Whether it is being paired with aamras during the mango season or with shrikhand or the classic potato curry, this deep-fried, small puffed up bread can be eaten for breakfast as well as lunch. The poori dough is made with different variations- some are made with plain whole-wheat flour, some with a mix of semolina to add a crunchy texture & some poori recipes contain milk instead of water to make puffed yet soft pooris.
One key tip if you’re a beginner at deep-frying pooris, keep in mind, the dough of a poori should always be harder than chapati dough. And, we have the perfect poori recipe that is not only super crispy yet soft but also one of the yummiest recipes ever! Ingredients: 2 cups Wheat Flour 1/2 cup Rava 1 tsp Salt 1/2 tsp Sugar 1 tsp Oil Oil for frying Step 1: In a bowl, take 2 cups of whole wheat flour. Step 2: Now add the rave to the wheat flour. Step 3: Add 1 tsp salt & 1/2 tsp sugar. Voila! 4 Jalebi Recipes that are Mouth-Wateringly Good : IFN. When you took that first bite, the soft Jalebi made a crunching noise.
It had the perfect amount of sweetness and when you mixed it with some Rabdi, you were in heaven. Did this just make you hungry? The nostalgic feeling of eating your first Jalebi might have just hit you. You wish you could run to your nearest Halwai and get a box full of Jalebis for you and your family. As complicated as Jalebis look they’re actually super fun and easy to make. 1. After eating this, you will miss your Halwai lesser; the world will feel like a better place and everything will just be fine. 2.
As the name suggests, this recipe is loaded with the flavours of an apple! 3. 14 Delicious Recipes to try if you Love Gujarati Food : IFN. India Food Network or IFN has a missio… Healthy One-Pot Recipes : IFN. Quick and Easy Diet Recipes : IFN. Cheese Guide: Types Of Cheese You Should Definitely Know About : IFN. “Yes, some extra cheese, please,” says everyone ever.
What would we have done without cheese? But, let me tell you, (if you didn’t already know it) that cheese happened to mankind by accident & aren’t we lucky for that accident? A herdsman accidentally stored milk in a pouch made from the stomach of a goat. An enzyme called rennet that is found in the lining of a goat’s stomach caused the milk to coagulate, thus separating into curds and whey. And, as they say, rest is history. Using this technique with just 3 ingredients- milk, a microbial culture like rennet & salt, thus many cheeses were born. Furthermore, the textures, age & flavours can classify cheeses into 9 categories: Now, let’s dive deeper into the world of cheese with some popular & not-so-popular types of cheese you must know about: 1. One of the most popular and loved cheese in the world is mozzarella. 2. Cheddar cheese is a relatively hard, off-white sometimes sharp-tasting, natural cheese. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.