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A city where ancient and modern blend seamlessly together Delhi is a symbol of our country’s rich past and thriving present.Delhi’s street food is said to have a unique taste of its own. The famous street food that fascinated the great Urdu poet Zauq said, “Kaun zaye Zauq yeh dilli ki galiyan chode kar.”I grew up on aloo bedmi, nagori halwa, moong dal pakoi, kalmi bade, and hot kullar milk which are all disappearing today. From the bylanes of Delhi we present a few of the Recipes prepared without onion and garlic.
Nutraceuticals can make you healthy.Pharmaceuticals can cure your disorders.But Herbaceuticals can heal you, whether you’re six years of age, or sixty!Make holistic health your goal through herbal remedies, without much fuss or strain. Right from healing scars, delaying ageing, improving the condition of your skin and hair as well as rejuvenating, ‘green health remedies’ are the new way to live.So go green, stay healthy!
The aroma of baking bread, warm spicy apple pie or just plain fried eggs and crispy bacon, unpretentious food but are these some of your favourite recollections linked to home and hearth? In ‘Seasoned for Family and Friends’, and unusual and quirky recipe book, this is where the author takes you. You will be gifted with culinary hints, introduced to new and unusual ingredients from around the words, while the common and well known are in combinations that are quite different, resulting in some very delectable food. Written with warmth and sincerity, the author connects to the reader instantly. So walk into Morvarind’s kitchen anytime of the day, breakfast, lunch or dinner, and enjoy an assortment of delicious recipes to warm the heart.Ingeniously interwoven through the recipes is a w...
A Culinary Journey for the love of biryani: Over 100 Tantalizing RecipesBiryani is the one special dish that certainly speaks to our taste buds from a platter with flavors gathered from different parts of the Indian subcontinent and the world outside. Even the name can be spelled in various ways: biryani, buriyani, biriani, breyani, etc. These remind us of the different shades it comes in, which are unique to the different regions, cultures, traditions and styles of cooking.In this book, the authors have laid out over 100 tantalizing Biryani recipes from in and around India (Awadhi to Hyderabadi biryani) as well as the globe (Iranian to Durban biryani). They all hold in their core, traditional values, ingredients and varied styles, which make each one of them unique. To top it all the book...