The simplest North Indian flatbread is chapati, a plain bread, meaning it is baked and puffed on a hot skillet without using any oil. Earlier I shared a video that shows how easy it is to make Indian chapati at home. You can see that chapati video here.
Chapati, also called phulka or tawa roti, is the most basic North Indian flatbread. It is super easy to make too. Of course, you will need some practice to make it perfect. The process starts with making the dough which is actually the hardest part.
How do you make a vegan slider healthy and yet very tasty? It is not actually difficult because this is what this recipe video shows us. You will learn to make falafel sliders and learn three other recipes that can be independently used in many ways.
Malaysian dal curry goes best with Malaysian roti canai. It is a satisfying meal and is easy to make at home. If you have traveled to Malaysia or Singapore, you would have had a chance to try this popular meal. If you haven’t, this is your chance to learn the recipe.
It is possible to make perfect flaky roti canai without any condensed milk or eggs. This recipe video shows how. If you have seen chefs flipping roti canai, you may think it requires a lot of skill. Actually, it does not. You are not trying to make the roti canai look perfect, but taste perfect.
Peanut butter tends to harden when it is stored in a fridge for an extended period of time. So, if you have seen hard, rather dry-looking peanut butter for the first time, you may think it is no longer usable. Well, there is no need to worry. Actually, it is good news.
Kitchen king masala is an essential spice mix for North Indian cooking. This spice mix is similar to Garam Masala because of having common spices in the mix, yet it is used differently. Kitchen king masala is added during the cooking process (the exact method in the article below), while traditional Garam Masala is sprinkled on the curry after it has been cooked.
Yes, you can bake a yummy chocolate cake without eggs, milk, or butter. This recipe is 100% vegan. All it takes is mixing the ingredients in a bowl, baking in an oven for 30 minutes, and it is done.
If you do not want to make authentic Gujarati dhokla, you can use this quick method. Instead of using a mix of rice & lentils, use besan. And instead of fermenting the mix overnight, use baking soda to aerate the besan batter. Then, steam the batter in any large pot, and you got yummy dhokla ready in no time.
Chef Ranveer Brar has his signature style of presenting recipes on Youtube. However, when he started his Youtube channel, a few recipe videos did not have that style. It was just a close-up video of the cooking and some background music.