Every year on the 23rd of January, pie eaters from across the world rejoice and celebrate by feasting upon a classic, delicious pie.
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In India alone, there are a huge variety of mouth-savouring dishes made from the Tengra fish.
Fish is considered one of the healthiest foods. It’s high in nutrients such as omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D, protein, etc., all of which are essential for the health of your brain and body.
Fish is a bounty of nature. The oceans and lakes teem with fish, and no area across the globe can ignore the delicate yet delicious fish meat.
Crispy, crunchy, flaky, soft in the middle and a bite full of tasty ingredients make an egg puff a must-have on almost every bakery stand.
There is no shortage of protein-rich foods today, but you just cannot ignore the benefits of fresh fish.
If you love the original Maggi masala with a desi kick, you’re surely going to enjoy reading about Anda Maggi.
With a gentle, mild flavour, Bhetki makes an appealing dish among seafood lovers all around the globe. The firm flesh of the Bhetki makes it easy to cook.
Yes, fish hosts a powerhouse of nutrients that takes care of your wellbeing like no other.
You can never go wrong with eggs. They are powerhouses of nutrition and are must-haves for all categories of people at every age (portions vary).
To make international hot & spicy food day special, one of our chefs has crafted a couple of fiery and easy recipes: Ginger Soy Chicken Skewers with Fire House Sauce and Crispy Chicken Popper with Spicy Buffalo Sauce.
This recipe consists of two parts, marinated and fried chicken, and a fiery dipping sauce. Most of the ingredients are probably already in your pantry, so you can whip up this dish in no time and enjoy it as a starter or snack to celebrate this hot & spicy day.