In this edition, Tastesutra brings to you an exhaustive guide that will help you to enhance your experience on your overseas travels. Unlike other guides, the recipes and dishes that we make references to, have been tasted firsthand by our team members. This essentially helps you give an insight of the flavourful food that you […]

Delhi, the focal point of the conglomerate of cultures that coexist in the country, offers for a symbiotic environment and living conditions that allow a culture to thrive and flourish. The cooking experience that one can indulge in Delhi is unparalleled; the area of Old Delhi that lies adjacent to the Jama Masjid is popular […]

Hola! Its been a while since we’ve conversed through these writings. And probably, this is the first time that we are sharing a cooking experience through this column. Hosting guests from across the world, exchange of cultures has always been the essence of Tastesutra. Bonding over cooking is an emotion which exemplifies itself through special […]

chana sundal

Navrataras hold a special significance in the Indian culture. Besides religious importance, ‘Ashtami’ food is much awaited for its taste on offering. After a fast of 7 days, this comes as a major appetite fulfillment for all the households, especially across North India. Ashtami prasad mainly consist of dried kale chole (black chickpeas) that is paired up with […]

A major curiosity amongst tourists visiting India, breads are reflective of the intrinsic character of Indian cuisine. Without them, no Indian Menu is found complete. Although there are multiple varieties of breads across Indian regions, we’ve picked a few favorite ones in this article. 1. The Great North Indian Naan Be it butter naan, garlic […]

Janmashtami

Falling on August 25th this year, Krishna Janmashtami marks the birth of Lord Krishna and is celebrated with utmost joy and excitement all over the country. Though the means of celebration are variable across India (Eg : Maharashtra  – Playing of Dahi handi as depicted in a lot Hindi Movies), majorly swings and cradles are […]

“You see things; and you say, ‘Why?’ But I dream things that never were; and I say, ‘Why not?’” – George Bernard Shaw We all have dreams. And those dreams do come true. That’s been the story at TasteSutra – A Hands on Uber Class Cooking Studio situated in the heart of India i.e New Delhi, The […]

traditional food delhi

Summers are invariably stretching year after year with the soaring temperature. This intensely hot season cannot be taken for granted or else it will surely take toll on health. Along with the high temperature comes extreme thrust which leads to dehydration of body. Our body is always reaching for something cooling, soothing and thirst quenching. […]