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By TPCI | August 23, 2019

India is the leading producer of lemon, a fruit whose juice is used for a variety of culinary and non-culinary purposes. Lemon juice is high in heart-healthy vitamin C and several beneficial plant compounds that may lower cholest....

By TPCI | August 22, 2019

The Chestnut, which was originated 3,000 years back in India, grows throughout the North and Eastern parts India, mainly Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal and Jharkhand.

Popularly known as ‘Singhara’, Water chestnut is mostly ....

By TPCI | August 22, 2019

When it comes to Kochi, many of us might just end up remembering the scintillating beaches, fun water sports, exotic spas and all things relatively fluffy! What more Kochi graces in its womb is its plethora of foods which makes it quintessentia....

By TPCI | August 21, 2019

Many people think of pumpkins as little more than a Halloween decoration or a Thanksgiving pie filling. It is a species of squash plants (name given to one of four varieties of genus cucurbita). India being one of the largest producers of pumpkin als....

By TPCI | August 20, 2019

One of the specialties offered in Lucknow during the festive times is a dish popularised during the Nawab Wajid Ali Shah regime. It is called Lucknowi Galouti kebab, which is soft and ideal for those with weak teeth/gums.

Braving ....

By TPCI | August 19, 2019

The ‘non-veg’ in veg variations of mock meat are flying off the shelves at gourmet stores. With India being the second largest producer of Soybean in Asia, the trend of soy mock meats or soy meat alternatives provid....

By TPCI | August 16, 2019

Indians are die-hard rice lovers and nobody dare take this privilege away from us. The typical dal chawal, rajma chawal and chhole chawal are to die for and you would agree. Rice makes for an indispensable part o....

By TPCI | August 16, 2019

India offers so much on its culinary platter but the one dish Indians unanimously love indulging in is the mouth-watering biryani. Besides catering the taste buds of the homeland, this piquant royal Indian dish has been delighting its lovers across t....

By TPCI | August 14, 2019

Blessed with tropical climatic conditions, India grows nutritious fruits and herbs in abundance. Grown in copious quantities, the aloe-vera plant is a succulent plant species from the genus Aloe. It has been used for centuries as a medicinal plant. I....

By TPCI | August 12, 2019

A gluten-free diet is in trend and almost everyone is interested in trying it once! While some people are just trying it because it’s popular, however a word of caution for those who are suffering from celiac disease as they just can’t tole....

By TPCI | August 8, 2019

If you thought that all the action in business in India was concentrated around the e-commerce sector, you could be wrong! The unlikely category of milk and dairy products has been seeing some of the most frenetic activity over the past couple ....

By TPCI | August 8, 2019

Purani Haveli's known to be the place or origin of the square or char koninaan in Hyderabad. The place gets its name from the Haveli which was built for the Nizam of Hyderabad Sikander Jah III. It's located in the Old City of Hyderaba....

By TPCI | August 7, 2019

Shaped like a conch, the butterfly pea flower, or Clitoriaternatea as it is described in scientific lexicon, is a delight to behold. In Hindu religion, the flower is used in the worship of Goddess Durga and Lord Shiva. In fact, Hindu mythology ....

By TPCI | August 6, 2019

Indians have been cultivating Mangoes for more than 4000 years. Whether it is mango pulp, or refrigerated mangoes, mangoes sliced dried, or mango fresh, the Indian mango, the king of fruits, has been reaching out the....

By TPCI | August 5, 2019

A well-rounded diet includes plenty of vegetables, fruits, lean proteins and whole grains. But, if your whole grain intake has been limited to standard grains like quinoa and brown rice, it might be time to branch out and think for alternatives....

By TPCI | August 2, 2019

The ubiquitous mania for healthy making and healthy eating has become the cornerstone of the Global food sector, today. Where long-time giants in the sector are switching their interests to organic and are caring much more for nutrition in food....

By TPCI | August 2, 2019

Did you know that, 4,000 years ago, the Harappans were probably eating almost exactly what you ate last night? Find out how this was revealed and more as we trace the origins of the ubiquitous curry.

Curries have a way of leaving ....

By TPCI | August 2, 2019

Chestnuts which were originated 3000 years back in India, today, grows throughout the North and Eastern parts of India mainly: Uttar Pradesh, Bihar West Bengal and Jharkhand.

Popularly known as ‘Singhara’’, water chestnutis ....

By TPCI | August 2, 2019

From the by lanes of Kolkata and the temples of Puri to the power corridors of Rashtrapati Bhawan, Rasgulla remains one of India’s best-loved culinary inventions. The Bengalis stake their claim on it. The Oriyas believe it’s their invention....

By TPCI | July 31, 2019

Since the advent of life on earth, “Salt" has been a vital element for human existence. Salt, in India, has varied versions owing to the diverse geographical spread. Whether it is Himalayan pink salt which is the purest form of salt in the wo....

By TPCI | July 30, 2019

The advent of Hamburger to the world’s palate generally dates back to the early 20th century. But can you think of an Indian fast food quite replicate to these yumm burgers?

Yes, meet the real Indian fast food, the Vada pav! Th....

By TPCI | July 29, 2019

Multiple research have found in their studies that India has the largest population of celiac disease sufferers in the World, numbering in million, but the amount of gluten-free food available to them fails short of the need. Current....

By TPCI | July 26, 2019

A fruit believed to have originated in India, “Jamuns” found its way to tropical tracts around the world through interesting carriers, including indentured labourers from India as well as Portuguese colonisers.

Today Ind....

By TPCI | July 25, 2019

"Spices" or "Masalas" have been an innate part of the Indian culture. Blessed with varied dynamic climatic conditions, India, known as the home of spies, utilizes this intrinsic quality and grows a variety of spices across the Indian subcontinent. ....

By TPCI | July 24, 2019

Famous as the beverage crop even before tea or coffee, Cocoa is relatively a new crop in India as it has been unable to find awareness & technical know-how among farmers. Cocoa, being primarily an item of confectionery indu....

By TPCI | July 23, 2019

Samosa is one of the most famous snacks in India. Its origin can be traced back to somewhere in Central Asia. If legend is to be believed, various traders travelled to India using ancient trade routes from Central Asia and brought vivid fo....

By TPCI | July 22, 2019

A good source of protein, a powerful store of folic acid & Vitamin C, and rich in iron & calcium Tapioca, aka Sabudana, is the best-loved food of this fasting season. In Indian households, it is observed as a favourite breakfast and eve....

By TPCI | July 18, 2019

The alluring smell of those kababs, the heady aroma of rare yet exotic flowers and the tempting sights of black carrot, red cabbage and jalapenos! This is how you would be welcomed as you enter one of the oldest heritage of Bangalore, The Russe....

By TPCI | July 18, 2019

One of the oldest and most effective advice of all is to take everything with a pinch of salt. This tip might work well in life, but when it comes to food, you need the perfect amount, and not too less or more, to breathe life into a dish. 
H....

By TPCI | June 24, 2019

The much talked of, Vegan diets, are known to help lose weight, have a healthy living and what not. To know the array of additional benefits that vegan diet embodies in its shell, have a look on our following compilation of few major perks o....

By TPCI | June 23, 2019

Now-a-days, every one of us are up with a constant buzz of “Vegan Diets”. With each passing day, a large number of people keep on turning their diets to that of a vegan one for reasons ranging from ethical, environmental and health. Although, if ....

By TPCI | June 23, 2019

Plant-based meat alternatives that look and taste as meat are taking the food market on storms. A generic inclination towards vegan diets is giving rise to a new dimension to the world food market. But this market is something which is very nascent a....

By TPCI | June 20, 2019

Every one of us must have, positively, read and learned about the historic first moonwalk of Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin that created huge buzz early in 1969. Besides the first steps, there was something else too that had hit the news. It was ba....

By TPCI | June 20, 2019

Celiac disease, sometimes called celiac sprue or gluten-sensitive enteropathy (a disease of the intestine, especially the small intestine), is an immune reaction to eating gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye. Celiac patients do not dige....