Delhi’s special Matar chole kulche …Famous street food…by Vandana. #matarcholekulche#




Jicama – Vegetable of the Month

If jicama is not in part of your menu, it should be. Jicama is highly nutritious, low calorie and inexpensive. Look for jicama near the ginger root, tamarind and other tropical fruits at your market. Jicama is roundish (somewhat turnip shaped) and has a yellowish-tan papery exterior. Peel off that skin and the inside is white, creamy yet crisp, close to an asian pear in texture.

Microwavable Cake in a Mug

Some people find baking fun but others consider it a chore to do. If you’re a part of the latter, this recipe is perfect for you. This will show you how to bake a cake in a mug using only your microwave.

Super Bowl Party Food

It’s the day of the biggest football game in America and most of us will find ourselves surrounded by friends, family, or even random people we don’t know to watch two rival teams have it out on the big screen. Whether you are there to cheer on your favorite team, to simply enjoy the company of others, or just to watch the crazy, new commercials, there is no doubt you are also there to enjoy the vast amounts of food that will be present. Ranking right up there with Thanksgiving and Christmas, Super Bowl Sunday is one of…

Do You Know Your Pasta?

When you walk down the pasta aisle in the market how do you choose which pasta to buy and which to use for what purpose? There are flat pastas, round pastas, hollow pastas and twisted pastas. There is pasta that is made to look like rice (Italian orzo) and pasta that resembles gnocchi (potato dumplings). There are shells and tubes and then there is pasta that is made into shapes to fit the season.

Stir Fry – What Veggies Should You Use in Stir Fry?

I love Stir Fry. Stir Fry is an art, just like the period of Expressionism in the history of art, you don’t necessarily understand the mixture, but the components certainly make you feel good once mixed together. The truth about selecting vegetables for a stir fry is that there are no rules.

Prime Rib Recipes – How To Cook A Prime Rib

There are many different prime rib recipes as far as the type of seasonings you can put on them, but the most important thing to know is how to cook a prime rib. No matter what seasonings or marinades you choose to use on your prime rib, the outcome of your roast depends on these three things, preparation, cooking time and resting time. If you get those right you will have success. Below I will cover each one in detail.

Why You Should Always Have Vinegar In Your Kitchen

Many folks extol the merits of vinegar as a cleaning product but let’s get back to what it really is, a food ingredient. As a barbecue griller I use vinegar all the time and here are my handy hints when to use it.

Using Your Pressure Cooker

“Working under pressure” is a common phrase bandied about the business world. Most of us have experienced ‘working under pressure’ at one time or another and as much as we may not like it, we find that we usually get much more done more quickly than if the pressure wasn’t there. This is basically what the pressure cooker does. It increases the atmospheric pressure exerted on the food within and causes it to cook more quickly and to become more tender than it normally would under usual cooking methods.

Dutch Oven and Campfire Cooking With Kids

One thing first, when it comes to cooking with children, safety is very important. Children are always curious about how to prepare food, and a campfire cooking can be very exciting for them. Dutch oven is the most visible cookware for camping and outdoor cooking, so teaching children the basics of Dutch oven cooking is an effective method to encourage them to help with such tasks along with general safety.

Hamburger Meals That Are Money Savers

There is little doubt that the cost of food is going way up and the money to buy it isn’t. Hamburger is one meat though that you can do tons with and it really goes a long way. In fact it can be most filling if you are creative with it so it doesn’t take as much to fill the tummies of a large family.

What You Need To Know About Tandoori Chicken

Tandoori Chicken Recipes are native to the Indians. The Indians knew how to bring out the authentic taste and flavor of their food using their secret blend of herbs and spices. With these special spices, and a special clay oven in which the chicken is baked, this chicken dish is succulent, flavorful, and unique. Tandoori chicken was discovered in Peshawar, Pakistan in the 1940s, where the owner of a restaurant-an Indian man by the name of Kundan Lal Guiral–came upon the idea of baking the chicken in a clay oven.

Trying Out The Anabolic Way Of Cooking

Cooking and eating, these are two things people are fond off in all walks of life. Some people regardless of their gender have a hobby of cooking, and they want to cook tasty food and share it with their family and friends. But what about those who are strictly on diet food, or those who are into body building?

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