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Why Is Desi Food So Delicious? IIT Study Reveals The Culinary Secret!

If you watched Ratatouille, there would have been one scene that would have stuck with you, whether you are a food lover or not. It is the scene where Remy explains to his brother, Emile, about the different combinations of flavours in food after he

Tasneem’s Kings Kitchen for authentic Bohra Muslim Indian cuisine in Kathmandu

Tasneem's Kings Kitchen seeks to introduce the unique flavors of distinctive Bohra Muslim food in Kathmandu, Nepal. Bohra Muslims originally migrated from Yemen to Gujarat and are firm believers in the maxim: “The family that eats together, stays

9 Powerful Health Benefits Of Garam Masala

India has given the world so many things to be grateful for. Shampoo, the number 0, deep spiritual teachings and, of course, yoga. The most widely-appreciated contribution, however, is probably the cultivation and use of spices. If it wasn’t for

The Magic of Tadka in Indian cuisine!

Whether you prefer things hot and spicy, bold and flavorful, or just mild, cooking just wouldn’t be the same without spice. It is why the foundation of any well-stocked pantry must be built upon having a variety of spices, spice blends, and aromatics

From Harees to Haleem: The Story of Ramadan’s Favourite Porridge.

Many believe the difference between a Haleem and its ancestor Harees is that while the former is made with mutton, the latter is with chicken. Historians and those in-the-know refute this assumption intensely. Both the Harees and Haleem are made with

Roghan Josh

Rogan Josh is one of the better known Indian classics, and this fiery mutton dish from the Kashmir region of India is now popular all over the world. Every Indian restaurant across the world will have its own version of the popular Roghan

Experience Iftar Mumbai ishtyle!

From Mughlai to Chinese, feast all night long. The holy month of Ramadan is already here and Muslims around the world will spend their daylight hours observing complete fast. This ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar is not just about abstain

Haleem – The Ramadan speciality

It's said that once you have experienced the taste of a rich haleem, you can never forget it. The rich Mughlai mutton-lentils wheat stew dish -which traces its origins in Arabia, where it is known as Hareesah - is a nutritious meal in its own right.

A day’s culinary tour at Tasneem’s Kings Kitchen

India is one of the largest countries in the world, diverse and vibrant, multilingual and multi-ethnic. Visits to iconic sites such as the Taj Mahal, the Red Fort of Agra, Humayun's Tomb remind one of the wealth of India's architectural and cultural

Nihari Mutton – From the Royal Kitchens of Awadh

Nihari (Urdu: نهاری‎) is a stew consisting of slow-cooked meat mainly mutton along with bone marrow. The word Nihar originated from the Arabic word "Nahar" which means "day" as it was typically served after sunrise Fajr prayers. According to
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