Marinate the hilsa pieces with salt and turmeric powder for 10 minutes. Take chopped onion, onion paste, mustard paste, red chilli powder, sugar, and 3 tablespoons of mustard oil together in a cooking bowl and mix them very well. Now put this paste over the hilsa
This is a restaurant style snack, which is made of hung curd, the main ingredient, complemented by cheese and gram flour for volume and shape.
Tired of the usual Caesar salad this, and fruit salad that? Well, we can't blame you because most typical 'green' recipes are hard on taste buds that have experienced more flavour elsewhere. So try these offbeat, and more definitely tasteful dishes, and treat your taste buds to the flavour it really deserves.
Ask anyone about their favourite fast food, and be prepared for one of two answers; burgers, or the mouth-wateringly genius creation that is the pizza.
Haven't we had enough of saturated fatty acids, and luscious red meat already? Isn't it time we gave a break to nehari, tehari, or biryani? Also, why ignore the equally delectable options available, and if cooked properly, something that will make you feel passionate about your palate?
Food plays an important part in all our lives, and in Islam, based on the teachings of the Prophet Mohammad (SAW) and the holy Quran, is a way of life, dietary guidelines are an important part of it.
Preheat the oven to 190 °C or 375 °F or the Gas Mark 5. Grease and flour a baking tray. Sift flour together with salt, baking soda and cream of tartar. Mix in the oats and cinnamon powder. Cream butter and Sugar Free well. Fold in the flour mixture. Add the milk and vanilla essence and mix into dough. Wrap the dough in greaseproof paper or cling film and chill for about an hour in a refrigerator.