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India is known for its rich culture, heritage, and FOOD. Yes, the finger-licking dishes, and aromatic spices is loved by many.

Here are some thalis that you must try –


1. Andhra Thali

The spiciness of rasam, the delicious sambar, and parippupodi will give you the best taste of a typical Andhra thali. Don’t worry there’s more to this. Enjoy some wholesome and delicious Nandhana or Andhra Bhawan thali.


2. Gujarati Thali

This thali will leave a refreshing taste on your tongue. The signature dishes like raasawaladhokla, bajrabhakri, methithepla, kathiawadiakhaadda, Gujarati dal, chaas, and many more. You’ll love the thali from Maharaja Bhoj.


3. Rajasthani Thali

The land of Rajputs and delicious food, Rajasthani thali is relished by many. The elaborate thali has gate kisabzi, dal-baatichurma, khichda, laalmaas, and lehsunki chutney. Try out Rajdhani’s thali.


4. Maharashtrian Thali

A mixture of mildly spicy food, a Maharashtrian thali generally comes with delicious sabudanavada, mattha, kandapoha, pavbhaji, usal, aamras, and sheera. Try out some from Mi Marathi.


5. Punjabi Thali

There’s nothing more great than a deliciously prepared Punjabi thali. The makhani dal, butter chicken, paneer tikka, naan and some thick lassi. Moti Mahal Delux’s thali would make your day.


6. Kashmiri Thali

Rich and full of spices, Kashmiri thali comes with Kashmiri dum aloo, kebab nadurshali, goshtyakhani, Kashmiri pulao and raita. Try some delicious Kashmiri thali from Zamindar Restaurant.

Is your mouth watering? Try it out.

Ice Creams You Can Make At Home

It’s always the season for a scoop of your favorite ice cream. Don’t know how to get ice cream in this pandemic? Take a look at these simple ice cream recipes and enjoy some deliciousness at the comfort of your home.

Guess what! They are healthy too.


1. Mint Chocolate Chip


  • 2 cups heavy cream (divided)
  • 1½ Cups whole milk
  • ¾ Cup granulated sugar
  • Pinch of salt
  • 4 egg yolks
  • 1 Teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1½ Teaspoons mint extract
  • 3 drops green food coloring (optional)
  • ½ cup dark chocolate chips


  • Warm 1 cup of the heavy cream, whole milk, granulated sugar, and pinch of salt in a medium saucepan over medium-low heat, stirring occasionally until the sugar dissolves.
  • Pour the remaining 1 cup of heavy cream into a large bowl and set a mesh strainer on top. In a separate medium bowl, whisk together the egg yolks. Slowly pour the warm mixture into the egg yolks, whisking constantly, then scrape the warmed egg yolks back into the saucepan.
  • Stir the mixture constantly over medium heat with a heatproof spatula, scraping the bottom as you stir, until the mixture thickens and coats the spatula (if using a thermometer, it should be right around 170 degrees F). Pour the custard through the strainer and stir it into the cream. Add the vanilla and mint extracts and the food coloring (if using), and stir until cool over an ice bath.
  • Chill the mixture thoroughly in the refrigerator (preferably overnight). Churn according to your ice cream maker’s directions, adding the chocolate chips during the last 5 minutes of churning. Store in the freezer and eat within 2 weeks for the freshest and best-tasting ice cream.


2. Coffee Ice Cream


  • 2 tablespoon instant coffee
  • 2 cups heavy cream
  • 1 can (397g) sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 cup dark chocolate, coarsely chopped


  • In a small bowl, dissolve coffee in hot water.
  • Whip the cream with a handheld blender till it makes stiff peaks.
  • Add condensed milk and coffee. Whisk it till fully combined. Fold in chocolate
  • Pour the mixture into a loaf pan and cover tightly. Keep it in the freezer for at least 6 hours.


3. Berries Ice Cream


  • 2 cups of frozen berries
  • ½ cup yogurt
  • 2 tablespoon honey


  • Add the ingredients to a food processor or blender, and blend for about 2 minutes or till mix is creamy.
  • Serve soft or transfer in an airtight freezer for 2 hours.


Healthy Indian Diet During Pregnancy

Pregnancy is undoubtedly the most exciting time for women. You also need to take care of pregnant ladies a lot. It’s important for them to eat healthily and stay fit. She needs to intake proper nutrition in order to keep herself and her baby fit.

Indian food is an amalgamation of nutrition and amazing taste. You can change your plan accordingly to your likings. During pregnancy, it’s common for you to have varied likings.

Here’s a sample diet plan for you to try –


1. Day 1

  • Pre-breakfast: Milkshake
  • Breakfast: Rawa Upma
  • Snack: Tomato Soup
  • Lunch: Carrot and pea paratha with raita
  • Snack: Green Tea
  • Dinner: Spinach kisabzi, Dal, and rice


2. Day 2

  • Pre-breakfast: Tomato juice
  • Breakfast: Oats
  • Snack: Spinach Soup
  • Lunch: Rice, dal, sabzi, and salad
  • Snack: Fruit Smoothie
  • Dinner: Roti, Dal, Sabzi and buttermilk


3. Day 3

  • Pre-breakfast: Dry fruits
  • Breakfast: Whole wheat bread with omelette
  • Snack: Carrot and beet soup
  • Lunch: Chicken salad with fresh veggies
  • Snack: Uttapam
  • Dinner: Vegetable pulao with dahi


4. Day 4

  • Pre-breakfast: Almond milk
  • Breakfast: Cheese and veggie snack-toast
  • Snack: Chicken soup
  • Lunch: Lemon rice with raita
  • Snack: Vegetable daliya
  • Dinner: Plain paratha with buttermilk


Hope this helps you!

5 Lip Smacking Kolkata Food to Try Before You Die

Kolkata is known as a heaven for food-lovers. The vibrant city spoils foodies with its unlimited supply of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian items.

Here’s the list of Kolkata foods to try before you die –


1. Phuchkas

Traditional golgappas are known as Phuchkas in Kolkata. You can try these tangy mouthfuls of heaven at Maharaja Chaat Centre. Another variation of Phuchkas, known as Churmur is a must-try.

Phuchkas have a unique combination of masalas, tetul gola (tamarind pulp), mashed potato and broken papris, churmur. You can also try this street food at Bhawanipore.


2. Roshogolla

If you haven’t eaten Kolkata’ Roshogolla, don’t call yourself a foodie. There are many varieties of roshogolla, the nolen gurer roshogolla being the most popular. It was invented in 1868, in this very city by Nobin Chandra Das. After its inception, this spongy and syrupy dessert has become tremendously popular all over the world.


3. Sondesh

Another sweet dish you must try in Kolkata is Sondesh. During this quarantine period, sweet makers at Hindustan Sweets, Kolkata tweaked their most-selling favorite Bengali sweet ‘Sondesh’ and gave it the shape of the virus. Alternatively you can try this sweet at any local sweet shop in West Bengal.


4. Kochuri – Torkari – Jilebi

This popular combo offers the perfect combination of sweet, salt and spice. Almost all sweet shops or mishtir dokan sell Kochuri. A must try in Kolkata.


5. Kolkata Biryani

Don’t forget to try Kolkata biryani. Basically, an amalgam of Mughlai and Awadhi style of cooking, Bengal’s biryani is much simpler to cook, but tastes superb with the addition of super soft potatoes and boiled eggs. So, the next time you’re in Kolkata, besides tasting the Bengali food, make a point to savor Biryani.


During your trip to Kolkata, don’t forget to keep a day or two aside just to try these delicacies. Enjoy!