Tag: Indian Food

Tricolour Recipes To Celebrate The True Spirit Of Republic Day

Tricolour Recipes To Celebrate The True Spirit Of Republic Day

The word ‘Tricolour‘ or ‘Tiranga‘ itself brings a sense of patriotism in all Indians. Our flag has three equal segments of saffron, white and green colors along with a navy blue Ashoka Chakra in between. Saffron indicates strength or courage, white denotes truth or peace and green represents our fertile India. Republic day is a day […]

Indian Fusion Food Recipes that are Famous Worldwide

Indian Fusion Food Recipes that are Famous Worldwide

Indians have had a history of welcoming other cultures with warmth. Food is a significant aspect of any culture and here we are with some global dishes that have found their way in the Indian palate. But yes, they have a different form and a […]

Top 10 Delicious Recipes You Must Eat In This Winter Season

Top 10 Delicious Recipes You Must Eat In This Winter Season

Hot foods with intense flavours and rich textures tend to give us a sense of well-being on cold winter days. We can feel the effect of good food cruise through our cells, warming the body and putting a content glow on the face! Just the thought […]

How ‘2-Minute Maggie’ becomes India’s favorite snack?

How ‘2-Minute Maggie’ becomes India’s favorite snack?

Maggi noodle was launched in 1984 by Nestle. In 1980s, instant noodles was an entirely new category, the challenge was to establish an entirely new product and yet find a relevant consumption benefit in the market. Maggi was, therefore, positioned as snack made for children […]

The Origin and Cooking Techniques of Awadhi Cuisine

The Origin and Cooking Techniques of Awadhi Cuisine

The origin land for Awadhi Cuisine or Lucknowi Cuisine is the capital of Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow and its nearby places. In the early stages, the British termed Awadh as “oudh” which was derived from “Ayodhya”, a region in the state of Uttar Pradesh. This region […]

History of Authentic Mughlai Recipes | India Canteen

History of Authentic Mughlai Recipes | India Canteen

In the 16th century, Mughlai recipes originated in the royal kitchens of the Mughal Emperor Babur. Authentic Mughlai recipes were rich and cooked with aromatic spices, nuts, and dry fruits during that time in Indian history. The flavors of Mughlai can range from mild to spicy and are […]

Top 10 Easy Diwali Special Sweets Recipes | India Canteen

Top 10 Easy Diwali Special Sweets Recipes | India Canteen

Diwali or Deepavali is the special and one of the biggest festival which is celebrated all around India. It symbolises the spiritual victory of light over darkness and good over evil. In India, no celebration is complete without sweet recipes. Diwali is a time of exchanging sweets […]

Top 5 Healthy Soups to keep you warm in Winter

Top 5 Healthy Soups to keep you warm in Winter

A Soup has the power to do what a medicine or a therapy never can – soothe and relax you in an inexplicable way when you’re down with cold, cough and fever. It’s by far the most comforting and delicious food, not to mention, healthy […]

Sharad Navrati Special Recipes 2018 | India Canteen

Sharad Navrati Special Recipes 2018 | India Canteen

Sharad Navratri 2018 is almost here, and one look around is enough to tell how eager all are to welcome the season of festivities. The word ‘Navratri’ means ‘nine nights’ in Sanskrit. It is that festive time of the year when many pray, observe fast and […]

Shradh (Pitru Paksha) Special Satvik Recipes 2018

Shradh (Pitru Paksha) Special Satvik Recipes 2018

Special Satvik Food is prepared and offered to the ‘Brahmins’ during Shradh/Pitru Paksha period; it is believed that whatever is given to them reaches to our grandparents. Shradh, also known as Kanagat in North India, begins on the last full moon day of the Hindu month of […]