This tastes just like dhaba dhal, with it smokey flavours and all. Try it and thank me later.
In keeping with its USP of a modern twist, and bringing back Indian cuisine in-vogue, Farzi Café’s Nizami food festival is here with a new spin on Hyderabad’s favourite dishes. A dal cappuccino, Maghaz tarts, Haleem Risotto and Irani Chai Brulee are just some of the fun (and yum) surprises on the menu.
A quick-bake healthy alternative to store-bought cookies with the added goodness of ragi and rajgira
Deori, the specialty Indian restaurant at Hyatt Gachibowli is back with an amazing makeover. Go local is the main draw – right from the impressive décor, accents sourced and created by Hyderabadi artists, to Indian home-style cuisine.
Go green with a healthy and tasty spinach salad
Discover the many flavours of Iran at the month-long Persian pop-up menu by Chef Anaida at Sodabottleopenerwala.
The 2-day pop-up of Odia-Bengali staples in an all organic format is definitely worth a visit.
When winter gives you fresh green peas, make mattar paneer! 🙂
Boost your immunity and get your daily dose of Vitamin-C and essential minerals with this colourful beet salad.
Never mind if you’ve been naughty or nice. Even if Santa doesn’t turn up, anytime’s a good time for jam cookies!
Its chilled out vibe, amazing ambience and live band is a big draw for all age groups. Add to that good food, a hot pair of wheels and your Sunday is sorted. Go Ciclo!
All it takes is 30 minutes to make and bake these yummy whole wheat cookies!