Hungry Kya? Let’s Rewind With The Quint’s Best Food Videos of 2017
Hungry Kya? Let’s Rewind With The Quint’s Best Food Videos of 2017
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Hungry Kya? Let’s Rewind With The Quint’s Best Food Videos of 2017

Cooking With Grandma: Why Do We Fast and Feast During Navratri?

You could almost mistake Navratri fasting with feasting, with food stalls bursting in the scene and the bhog and cooking keeping your tummy not-so-empty. But ancient wisdom is based on Ayurveda and science of nutrition. And Nani knows best. Over a cooking lesson, RJ Addy chats with his grandmother to understand why we fast during Navratri.

How Do You Like Your Daulat Ki Chaat – Old School or High Tech?

Amidst the dusty lanes, cobbled wires and crumbling walls, lies old Delhi’s most well-kept secret. A secret that is made ready only on cold winter nights by churning milk till it is reduced to a creamy foam. This might be the closest you’ll ever come to tasting a cloud. Yes, you guessed it – we’re talking about Delhi’s oldest favourite, Daulat ki Chaat. Here’s a video that looks at two different ways of making the same dessert. One is traditional, and the other more mechanised.

On Children’s Day, a Li’l Chef Whips Up Food That Willy Wonka Ate!

Can you think of a better treat for a child, who loves reading and eating with equal joy, than a book that compiles both? We couldn’t, so we went to 14-year-old Abhigya, who delights in whipping up delicious little somethings from the internet in the midst of her daily rigmarole. In this video, she cooks from over 50 recipes of Book Worms and Jelly Bellies inspired by children books.

This Desi Chinese Pasta Will Make You Never Want to Go to Italy

Yaqat Ali of Haji Tadka restaurant at Mohammad Ali Road cooks some delicious Italian fare with ingredients that he uses in his Chinese recipes as well. Take a look at this desi Chinese Italian pasta recipe that may make you want to ditch your normal pasta for this fusion madness.

Chocolate Ganesha: A Treat for the Underprivileged During Visarjan

Commercial designer turned designer baker, Rintu Rathod has been making eco-friendly Ganesha idols since 2011. She believes in devotion without destruction. In this video, she makes Ganpati idols purely with chocolate, using edible colours to decorate the deity. And how does she bid adieu to the elephant god? Watch the video to find out.

When in Bengaluru, Eat Like a King: 5 Dishes You Simply Can’t Miss

Bengaluru is known for its diversity, not just when it comes to people and culture, but also its flavourful delicacies. The city is home to unbridled culinary creativity that manifests itself in a wide range of lip-smacking dishes that emerge out of the melting pot of cultures that is Bengaluru. Find out what all made it to the list.

Plates of India: Look at the Breakfasts Across Different States!

India is a country of many colours, tastes and cultures. So, it’s only obvious that there is no one type of food that defines India. It's a lip-smacking mix of different plates and palates. While you can easily pick and choose one dish that can represent a particular country’s breakfast, good luck trying that in India! In this video, we tried to do the slightly less difficult job, pick one food item from different states (where again, we were spoiled for choice) and see which state wins the calorie contest.

Five Must-Visit Food Places at Mohammed Ali Road in Mumbai

As the Holy month of Ramzan nears its end, we went to the capital of Ramadan food – Mohammed Ali Road – to find out what to eat and where! Watch the video to find out.

Eid Mubarak! Here’s What You Must Eat in Old Delhi This Bakra Eid

From biryani and kebabs to jalebi and daulat ki chaat, Old Delhi is a foodie’s paradise. This Bakra Eid, follow Aditya Kaushal on a food walk to find out what street food you just cannot afford to miss. Watch the video to find out the must have food items in Old Delhi.

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