Blog Posts - Indian Food



Vin’s Restaurant & Bar @ TTDI

Your Friendly Neighborhood Good Eats!Talk about your neighborhood restaurants that leave a lasting impression and Vin’s Restaurant and Bar comes to mind. Not that I live in TTDI but if I do, Vin’s would be one of my favorite joints for good food...
by ChasingFoodDreams on Dec 4, 2016

Mysore Bonda Recipe, Mysore Bajji Mangalore, Goli Baje

Mysore bonda as the name says is a popular bonda from mysore region of karnataka. This is a snack item and has become quite popular in south indian andhra region too… In andhra pradesh and telangana it is used as a snack recipe and also for bre...
by Yummy Indian Kitchen on Jul 12, 2016

Ego the retro lounge bar at The Peerless Inn Kolkata relaunched!

One of Kolkata’s oldest bars at the Peerless Inn, Ego the retro lounge is recently being relaunched with a fresh menu! With the retro environment, ample space and well-coordinated band music along with your favorite liquor and that too in the centr...
by Debjanir Rannaghar on Jul 9, 2016

Tired Of The Same Old Spuds? Creamy, Spicy, Potatoes Indian Style.

       Summer is here in Sonoma in full force. We had a series of super hot days  (fortunately, with cool nights) good for the grapes. It's also been good for everything else we're growing around here. This has been...
by The Colors Of Indian Cooking on Jul 8, 2016

We Have Our Two Winners For The Chaunk and GitaDini USA Spice Kits and Dabbas!

     Thanks to everyone who signed up for The Chaunk's  free newsletter and participated in our very first giveway. The great people at GitaDiniUSA have donated two Spice boxes, aka Dabbas, and we are sending along a Chaunk 8...
by The Colors Of Indian Cooking on Jul 6, 2016

The Vedic Village Spa Resort! Blogger’s meet over the Sunday Family Brunch…

When I received the invitation for a food blogger’s meet I was not sure whether to attend it or not and that was mostly because I was not familiar with the group! However, I have given the entire thing a second thought and ended on being there at...
by Debjanir Rannaghar on Jun 10, 2016

Restaurant style Paneer Makhanwala | Paneer Makhanwala

Juliet: “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet”. I am nothing but tempted to start this post with the famous monologue of William Shakespeare! Well I am neither out of the mind nor had 2-3 gl...
by Debjanir Rannaghar on Jun 7, 2016

pork, spinach & coconut curry

You’d assume the people of ungodly hot places would eat foods that don’t require much cooking. Yet in hot countries like India, spicy-hot food is consumed to aid in sweating which in turn helps to cool the body. When I did the research fo...
by The Fresh Aussie on Jun 6, 2016

Top Eight Mouthwatering Indian Food Dishes

Biryani ( veg & non Veg) – Biryani is a set of rice based food made with spices, rice (usually basmati) and meat, fish, eggs or vegetables. Is a very popular dish all over the World. sometimes spelt Biriyani or Biriani, is a mixed rice dish fro...
by Journal Edge on Apr 19, 2016

A Fresh Spring Dish, An Indian Classic : Cauliflower and Potato

   Spring is one of my favorite times of year here in Sonoma.The Farmers Markets are filled with the delicacies one doesn't get the rest of the year and at our place, planning has begun for this year's crops. But first, the last of the Wint...
by The Colors Of Indian Cooking on Mar 23, 2016

Introducing "The Chaunk", Our Store is Live, And Our Indian Spice Kit Now Available Online.

   When I served an Indian lunch last fall to Steve Sando, Paula Wolfert, and Alice Medrich  at our house in Sonoma, the last thing Alan and I ever expected was to get into the Indian spice business. We earn our living as screenwriters...
by The Colors Of Indian Cooking on Mar 17, 2016

Recipe: Spiced Lentil, Nut and Vegetable Roast #vegetarian

If you're a vegetarian, you will have tasted your fair share of nut roasts and had many that are bland, dry and pretty horrid.  But, before you write the dish off completely, try this fragrantly spiced version which brings an Indian take to the...
by Attachment Mummy on Mar 9, 2016

Curry in a Hurry!

Easy and delicious chicken curry in a hurry, the best non-Indian Indian food you can make. ;) The post Curry in a Hurry! appeared first on This Week for Dinner.
by This Week for Dinner on Feb 18, 2016

Dhaba Dal Recipe

Dhaba Dal RecipeAh! the cold winter evenings, and the short strolls around the neighbourhood. All these things relate to one memory which is dhaba dal, Yes! I became familiar with this dal because of the ultimate sniffing experience th...
by Diary of a Homemaker on Feb 15, 2016

Pomegranate Almond Raita

  This creamy raita, garbed with a citrus and mint flavor, bejeweled with the pomegranates have stolen our hearts. It has become an obsession. Pomegranate obsession and we need to disengage ourselves from it. Pomegranates are getting scarce no...
by eCurry on Jan 26, 2016

Kundapur Curry Chicken

Kundapur Chicken CurryThis fiery chicken curry has it's origin in  Kundapur which is a coastal town in Karnatakat the south of India. Kudapur Chicken Curry is a rich creamy curry with a distinctive and rich flavour. It is the kundapur masala whi...
by Diary of a Homemaker on Dec 17, 2015

Dining Out at New Taste of India

Dinner with friends is even more fun when we get to try someplace new to us. We're lucky to have friends here who have lived in Portland a long time, and know lots of vegan-friendly places to take us. New Taste of India, not too far from us, on Macad...
by Positively Vegan on Dec 7, 2015

Rava Kesari Recipe | Semolina Pudding Recipe

Rava Kesari Kesari bhath is an Indian dessert that is popular throughout the country originated from the Karnataka. It is a Cuisine of Karnataka and is a popular dish during festivals such as Ugadi.The word kesari refers to the spice saffron which is...
by Rachna's Kitchen on Nov 29, 2015

Instant jalebi recipe, How to make jalebi at home | Jalebi recipe

Step by step instant jalebi recipe with yeast Instant jalebi is a succulent, crunchy and melt in mouth spiral pancakes soaked in saffron syrup. These instant jalebi are easy to prepare at home and can be prepared within 30 minutes. Jalebi are very si...
by Rachna's Kitchen on Nov 7, 2015

Yellow Mung Dal With Butternut Squash

Finally autumn is in full bloom, the rustling of leaves and the whistling of the wind all have announced its official arrival.Autumn and then winter... wait a minute! Even the long days of summer make me sad. I am still thinking what it is that doesn...
by Diary of a Homemaker on Oct 15, 2015


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