6 Famous Vegetarian Delights of Delhi That Everyone Must Try For At Least Once

Being the capital of the country, Delhi is famous for many things like Qutub Minar, Jama Masjid, Metro Train and the list goes on and on. Today, Vegplatter has decided to get you acquainted with the most famous cuisines, snacks, and desserts of Delhi. They are all famous vegetarian delights of Delhi that everyone must give a try.


Favourite Monsoon Snacks of India

After scorching heat of summer for almost a quarter of 2020, monsoon is finally here. The aroma of rainwater fills everyone with a vibrant energy that’s hard to describe in words. It seems like everything around gets a new life including animals, trees, and buildings. Suddenly, you start to feel both exhilarated and serene as well.

Adding to this excitement, we have a list of monsoon snacks that Indian love munching down while looking at rain out of the window.

Summer Food That Can Help To Rejuvenate The Skin

As the summer season is about to approach, it is essential to be prepared for the changes in lifestyle and food. Yes, you heard it right, it is essential to maintain your diet to beat the scorching heat. High humidity in summers directly relates to dehydration, lack of appetite and low energy levels. Therefore, in this weather, our body requires cool foods and more water intake that can keep the body hydrated. Moreover, it is essential to make the energy levels stable, eating cool foods can help to mitigate the heat effects. 


Indianized Version of Western Snacks

India is the hub of a variety of snacks. From sweet, sour to spicy, you name it and there will be a snack to satiate your particular taste bud. Due to India’s diverse culture, there’s great diversity in snacks too. From Kashmir to Kanyakumari, we have different type of snacks in every region. Some were adopted by us from West and gave it our version while some West adopted from our land.


Types of Gravies in India

Have you ever wondered what's common between Shahi Paneer, Dum Aaloo, and Malai kofta? Don’t know? Ready to give up? It's the GRAVY!! Without gravy, Shahi Paneer can't be royal, Dum Aaloo can't be powerful, and Malai kofta can't be creamy. They will then be just bland veggies with zero yumminess left in them.

Different Types of Ghevar to make your Janmashtami Special

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India is often called the nation of festivals. From Teej to Eid to Raki, the festival season is right here, and the next celebration we're looking forward to is Janmashtami. Janmashtami is one of the most widely known festivals on the subcontinent celebrated by Hindus. Krishna Janmashtami commemorates the birth of Krishna God.