There are many myths surrounding the precise origin of Khomchaa, also known as Chaat, but according to our research, the best explanation is that in ancient times, when emperors and royals traveled using various methods such as tourism, pilgrimage, battles, and hunting, they couldn't always find the food they craved. As a result, special carts were created with all the necessary commissary and culinary equipment so that they could order and enjoy meals wherever they pleased with wholesome ingredients.
The high iron count (2.67 mg in a cup) of poha is because of its production process, which involves passing rice through rollers.
Though surprising it may sound, but the during the process of soaking the grain undergoes a partial fermentation.
Lactose Intolerance merely means inability to digest enzyme ‘Lactase’ which is profusely found in wheat and its products like maida, semolina etc.
Poha, a beloved Indian breakfast classic, takes center stage at [Your Restaurant/Cooking Establishment Name]. Made from flattened rice, this delectable dish is a harmonious blend of flavors and textures. Our expert chefs skillfully craft Poha, combining the subtle nuttiness of the rice flakes with a medley of aromatic spices, herbs, and a hint of tanginess. Served with a side of crunchy garnishes like fresh coriander, chopped peanuts, and zesty lemon wedges, our Poha is a comforting, wholesome delight that captures the essence of India's culinary heritage. Whether enjoyed for breakfast or any time of the day, our Poha promises to transport your taste buds to the vibrant streets of India.
Red split lentils cook relatively quickly. After cooking Malka Dal seems similar to yellow Moong dal but they are very different in flavor and texture. Malka masoor dal is a very simple dal, onions, tomatoes and spices. Red split lentils cook relatively quickly. After cooking Malka ki dal seems similar to yellow Moong dal but they are very different in flavor and texture. Malka masoor dal is a very simple dal, onions, tomatoes and green chilies tadka gives a wonderful flavor.
Lemon rice is a staple in most South Indian households. It is a comfort food for many and is most commonly eaten for a meal. Lemon rice has a delicate flavour of fresh lemon juice along with the aroma of the tempering ingredients like mustard seeds, ginger, lentils, curry leaves and green chilies.