Chicken tikka biryani is one of the best biryani recipe that people love to eat in sub-continent especially Pakistan and India. Golden chicken pieces marinated in tikka masala and roasted in a pan make a perfect layer with basmati rice. The smoky and steamy tikka biryani with charcoal aroma tempts to eat everyone.
Food on Wheels- First of its kind in Bhutan
The World's largest fast-food restaurant chains don't exist in Bhutan. But with the changing lifestyle of people, their taste for continental dishes is also increasing at an accelerating rate.
FoodLens: Home Made Turkish Döner Recipe
Home versions of ready-to-eat foods often suffer a slight loss of flavor. But Döner is not one of them.
Food Lens: The Famous Charsi Tikka of Peshawar
Whenever there is a mention of Khyber cuisine, the first name that comes to mind is that of Peshawar's Namak Mandi (the salt market) for its tender meat and spices done just right.
Milk to Meat: A Nepali Village Diversifies
After the 2015 earthquake, a small village in Nepal which depended entirely on making traditional milk-based sweets has diversified into poultry and fish farming.
Why Halal Food Carts Have Become Part of New York’s Culture?
The mushroom growth of halal carts have made their mark on New York City’s life and will continue to do so in the foreseeable future. These carts are introducing Americans to cuisines of countries and regions which have traditionally been in the headlines for wrong reasons.
Oranges to the Rescue
Orange is not just an incredible source of vitamin C. Its benefits go way beyond its taste.
12 Foods That Can Help You Lose Weight
You can lose weight in absolutely natural way, if you become more imaginative about your eating habits and start exercising. Here are 12 foods that can help you shed those unwanted pounds faster.
Garlicky Cauliflower & Japanese Turnip Soup
It’s time for soup! Root vegetable soup that makes you feel warm and cozy and just right. Soup that fills the house with the smell of roasting garlic, but doesn’t leave you wondering if you overdid it. Just soup that goes straight to your middle and makes you feel like you can (probably) handle 2015.
Five Facts You Don’t Know About Turkish Coffee
Kaffa in South Ethiopia is the birthplace of coffee. Of course, at that time Ethiopians weren’t drinking coffee. They were blending the coffee seeds and making dough from the seeds to use in food products. Only after many years did Yemen start to produce coffee.