India Food Network
Dec 24, 2016
Our home chefs and pro chefs have been cooking through this week to bring you some of the most interesting recipes from across the county. What are you making this Christmas?
Preetha’s Chicken Stew & Appams: Kerala-style chicken stew and appams are a hot favourite on Christmas mornings. Breakfast never sounded so happy!
Seema Aunty’s Nimbuwala Chicken: A light and flavourful desi lemon chicken is all you need to host a party.
Amrita Raichand’s Christmas Mug Cake: We love mug cakes. They are easy to make, convenient to eat and look cute!
Hopping Chef’s Three Way Cookies: This Christmas, don’t gift store-bought cookies, make them at home instead.
Vicky Ratnani’s Zalabia (Jewish Vegan Doughnuts) with Schug (Green Chutney) and Tomato Puree for Hannukah: Vicky gets cooking Jewish dishes along with Israeli food journalist and TV presenter Gil Hovav.
Monika Manchanda’s Eggnog Muffins: Ever thought of making muffins with eggnog. Try Monika’s wacky recipe!
Roopa’s Dhondas or Cucumber Cake: Christmas is not complete without cakes! This Konkani cake tastes mildly sweet and light, and spells happiness.
Neha Lakhani’s Date n’ Toffee Pudding: Christmas and puddings go hand in hand. So, what are you waiting for?