Search for anything!
Found 35 Illustrations
Assam tea is a black tea named after the region of its production, Assam.Loose Assam tea gives a malty strong flavor. Assam tea large leaf grades have full and pungent flavors. Black Assam Teas are ideal for breakfast and drinking in the morning. Loose Assam teas are popular for their rich maltiness.
A super healthy and comforting vegetable drink to survive the coldest days of winter!
Turmeric, ginger, and local honey make this an immune-boosting treatment. Turmeric and ginger have anti-inflammatory properties and local raw honey provides natural allergy relief. Black pepper helps the absorption of turmeric and adds a spicy touch.
Coming from a region of the country, that grows, brews and cures its own tea to the finest around the world its no surprise I am a tea lover. ( love coffee too) The varieties of tea that comes from India & the world, along with Indian spices definitely make them binge-worthy. Ginger, lemon, lemongrass, cinnamon, nutmeg, mint, aniseed, jasmine, saffron and zillion other things to tango with tea. My favourite- the sulaimani from northern Kerala... truly zesty, healthy and it is the season to glug on tea
When in the cold season, thick soup is my all-time favorite. I use this recipe a lot as it’s easy to make and this pumpkin soup has sweetcorn in it, which feels more filling and its taste matches better with pumpkin.
Also for my husband who doesn’t find soup as a whole meal, it can’t fill him. Hence, I like to serve freshly baked dinner rolls as a side and he can eat as many as he wants.
Kashmiri Kahwa or Kehwa Chai is a traditional Kashmiri tea flavored with cardamom and infused with cloves, cinnamon, and saffron. It was traditionally prepared in a brass kettle known as samovar. It is basically green tea with flavors of spices that helps you keep warm in the chilling winters
Here’s an alternative to oatmeal or porridge. This recipe is a fun and different way to warm up your breakfast routine. Plus who can resist the smell of apples and cinnamon? Make this a vegan treat and add maple syrup instead of honey to sweeten your bowl!