Add colorful veggies on your platter for a quick burst of energy.
Add colorful veggies on your platter for a quick burst of energy.
Yes, this is about the much famed Dosa man of New York City, Thirukumar Kandasamy.
It's so nutritious that it will keep you running active for the whole day!
Here are five delicious easy to make recipes that you can try while on a trip.
Five novel sweets to add diversity to your Navaratri platter.
A peek into the archives to ferret out the origins of what’s served has turned up some very interesting facts about today’s Onam dishes.
What makes smokies evergreen hits are their fat-free USP.
Satwik diet is something that keeps the Thridosha's- Vata, Pitta and Kapha- in equilibrium.
Kimbap, which can be eaten as a snack or meal, takes the name from two of it's ingredients - dried sheets of seaweed (kim – marine algae) and cooked rice (bap).
Herbal drinks, their benefits and how to make them easily at home.
To make noodles taste better, there are a lot of options like adding lemon zest, blended tomato or nuts.
The focus should be on nutrient-rich, fat-free food, shunning the spicy, masala-coated deep fried delicacies.
Here we bring you a list of six not-so-common but toothsome snacks from Malabar to make your Iftar platter as appealing as it can be.
Packed with lots of flavor, this versatile and delectable recipe of chicken kabsa can be used for pot lucks, get-togethers and is sure to keep everyone and their taste buds happy.
Here are some drinks from grandma’s monsoon magic potions.
What makes Thai food so delectably special? It all lies in the right, yet, merry mix of salt, spices and all that’s sweet and the sour.
A set of awesome milk recipes that you can easily make at home to ensure the daily dose of dairy.
Passion fruit juice not only slakes our thirst, but is also a health drink.
Piping hot tea seems an incomplete invite to the dining area when not accompanied by monsoon munchies. Here are some sassy recipes for you try!
Whether you have made an elaborate dinner or whipped up some easy snacks, make them the way she prefers.
Think cheese and a thousand images dance before you- of burgers, pizzas, cakes, sandwiches and a host of other goodies.
With food specialties crossing the seas and invading homeland kitchens, foreign delicacies are no more alien to Gen-Now.
What happens when food is the topic of discussion between partners? There is bound to be some dissent layered over some fond memories, but mostly, it will be a chaos of merriment. That's what happened when singer-composer M.G. Sreekumar and his doting wife, Lekha Sreekumar, started talking about
Kolkata: Star chef Manish Mehrotra does not agree with the beef ban and says one must enjoy food but respect others' sentiments as well."As a chef, I do not agree with all these. Till the time I am eating it and not hurting anyone, it's fine," Mehrotra told IANS on the sidelines of the India Story
Muvattupuzha: There was no room for second thoughts on including her, when they had tasted the sweet and tasty payasam made out of the severely bitter, bitter gourd and also the very sour, irumban puli (averrhoa bilimbi), made by Mary Cherian. Now, who are "they"? They are none other than
When Japanese video chef Ochikeron uploaded her 3 ingredient video recipe for a delectable cheesecake, she didn't realize that she had gone for a culinary masterstroke of sorts. Within two years, the video grabbed about 1.6 million eyeballs, and has been showing a steady growth in its patrons. The
Kottayam: ManoramaOnline and Saras Currypowder are joining hands to offer you a chance to win prizes by taking part in a breakfast contest. Participants have to post their breakfast recipes at the breakfast contest page at ManoramaOnline. One contestant can send in only one entry.Twenty contestants
“’Good morning Anoop’, is what the fresh whiff of crisp ghee dosa in the air seems to say every morning as I emerge from my bedroom at home in Kozhikode. I hurry to brush my teeth, grab a steel plate and sit near the hearth where my grandmother is making dosas for breakfast. She turns her head to
It was breakfast time as usual at Jayaram’s house in Valsaravakkaom. The kitchen was fragrant with the heady aroma of Malli Sambar. Former celluloid sweetheart Parvathi aka Aswathi was shining in her role as the heroine of this kitchen. When she is busy in the kitchen, she does not entertain any
New Delhi: International tennis legend Roger Federer got a taste of India when he feasted on a giant-sized naan, served with the usual non-vegetarian and vegetarian accompaniments, and then its traditional desserts at a signature restaurant during his maiden trip to the country.
So I thought cakes were delicious, but also flat and mostly four-cornered, at the most with an imprint of someone/something on it, all done up with lush creamy cream! That’s what I had learnt from the books of Enid Blyton! Little did I know how little I knew, until I met Anna! Anna’s cakes are
Learn about Kunchacko’s romance with food as he narrates interesting anecdotes from his life.After a recent injury during a film shooting, Kunchacko has been recuperating at his wife’s house in Thiruvananthapuram, enjoying the well -deserved break from a hectic schedule. An enticing aroma wafts out
Revolutionising the concept of Indian cuisine has been the key to Atul Kochhar’s success since moving to Britain as a young chef in the early '90s.
Mumbai: The conventional dal-roti staple apart, every Indian kitchen is witnessing experiments galore. Whether it's a desi twist to the Italian pasta or a tinge of the batata vada in a burger, Indians are trying food items and cuisines more than ever before, says veteran star chef Sanjeev
Behind every successful man, they say, there is a woman. A woman who is a mother, a sister, a friend and a spouse. And, most importantly the homemaker. The one who decides what to cook and feed the family on a day to day basis; what to whip up every single day so she could make everyone else happy.
“Mutton Biriyani is something that I would like to cook for my wife,” says the loving husband Robert Bobby George, Dronacharya award winner and the husband of national record setting athlete Anju Bobby George. This husband who has coached his own wife has also tried his hand at the kitchen and is
He has mesmerised us with his music and the fabulous strokes of his bow. But would he want to whip up something special for his lady love? Meet renowned violinist Balabhaskar. Known for several music compositions including the album Nee Ariyan, Balabhaskar has won many hearts with his commendable
We know G Sudhakaran as a popular leader and someone who dabbles with poetry; but there is something many people do not know about him. He is an ace in the kitchen too. He loves food, and for him, it is good food that makes the bonds stronger. We quiz him on what he would dish up for his wife
Actor Tovino Thomas recently tied the knot with longtime girlfriend Lidiya. After being part of 'ABCD', 'Koothara' and other movies, he seems to be on the lookout for more such engrossing characters. When asked how good a cook he is, shifting focus from camera to kitchen, Tovino said, "I do cook
A world record was achieved by making the longest puttu in the world of 18.2 feet, by twelve final year students of Oriental School of Hotel Management, Lakkidi, Wayanad, Kerala. It was held on March 16th, 2015 at 3.00 pm in the campus of the institution. The longest puttu was
Madrid: Shortly after Maria Marte arrived in Spain from the Dominican Republic in 2003 she started working as a dishwasher at Madrid's Michelin-starred Club Allard restaurant—and just a decade later she has taken over as chef.Defying her doubters, Marte preserved the restaurant's two Michelin
Thiruvananthapuram: When the whole world is turning organic or at least leaning towards organic trends, how could Pathayam Restaurant of CV Gangadharan stay aloof? The chain of restaurants that started offering nature-food in Kozhikode, Thrissur and Kudappanakunnu has started the first organic
Chennai: Global Consumer Products, the packaged foods start-up launching its LuvIT chocolate brand on Tuesday, is in talks with some foreign companies for technology to launch new varieties, a top official of the company said.The move appears to be aimed at taking on chocolate biggies.The company
Forty per cent of the population in India is vegetarian. Is it by choice, religion or compulsion? It would take days and weeks to debate it out. All Gujarati Hindus and Brahmins are expected not to eat meat or poultry, and so are Jains and Namdharis. The fact is that 28 per cent of the world
Kochi: They say, both the jackfruit up on the tree and the crab in the water are tempting to the food connoisseur. However, neither of them yield that easily to make their way to the dining table; there is much labour involved in pulling the dishes off when they are the key ingredients. Catching a
It's strange how food stories get to us; some come past those unfamiliar paths, taking routes that are unheard of, yet enticing, and making us a quiet witness to the colours and flavours of cultures going through many a culinary change. They make up inspiring stories; Nimi's story took such a trip
Now don't let that title fool you; Vinay Forrt also works out regularly! In an interesting chat, the actor tells Onmanorama how a good workout routine helps him treat his food well. So, what comprises his daily diet? To this, he confesses that he doesn't keep away from