Indian Drinks Search Results

How To: Make Gajar (Carrot) Kanji, a Indian pickled veg drink

In this tutorial, learn how to make Gajar Kanji. Gajar Kanji is a simple Indian beverage that is often served around the holidays in India. The ladies from Show Me The Curry will show you how to make this delicious juice from scratch so that it lasts a long time in your fridge. Enjoy this beverage around Christmas or all year long!

How to Make falooda: Indian rose-flavored milk

Falooda is delicious rose flavored milk (served with ice cream) which can be a refreshing drink or a unique dessert idea. Falooda is made with basil seeds, known as Tukmaria, which are great for digestion after a heavy meal. Try this recipe for a truly wonderful Indian concoction.

How To: Mix an Indian Summer cocktail with vodka, amaretto and coffee liqueur

Want to make an Indian Summer like a champion bartender? This clip will show you how it's done. With the proper technique, mixing the perfect drink can be easy. So easy, in fact, that this free video bartenders' guide can present an overview of the process in about a minute's time. For more information, including a full list of ingredients and complete instructions on how to mix this drink yourself, take a look.

How To: Make Indian paneer masala

Paneer Masala is a staple dish in Indian food. Learn how to make this delicious Indian dish in a few easy steps, including ingredients and preparations tips, all in this free cooking video series taught by an expert chef.

How To: Play the Indian tabla drum

The tabla is a popular Indian drum used in the classical, popular and religious music of the Indian subcontinent and in Hindustani classical music. This 11 part how to video teaches you the basics of playing the tabla. Watch these tutorials and you will be playing this Indian drum in no time.

How To: Make Indian butter milk from curd

Sanjay Thumma teaches the secret of making north and south Indian buttermilk from curd. For the south Indian type finely chop down some green chilies, curry leaves, coriander and a crushed piece of ginger. Use some roasted cumin and roll it down to powder it as shown. Blend a cup of curd with 2 cups of water and add a pinch of salt to it. Finally add all other ingredients to the buttermilk to complete it in south Indian style. Now for the north Indian style add some cumin powder and chaat mas...

How To: Draw an Indian paint brush

Ever heard of an Indian Paintbrush? An Indian Paintbrush, also known as a Castilleja and Prairie-fire, are edible and sweet plants that were consumed in moderation by various American Indian tribes as a condiment with other fresh greens. Now that you know what an Indian Paintbrush is, here's your chance to larn how to draw one with help from this drawing tutorial presented by Hawks Vs. Pigeon Productions.

How To: Make South Indian mango pickle

You can make Indian food as genuine as the real thing with this video from Show Me The Curry. Don't be discouraged by this just because it's "ethnic" food. This recipe is easy and can be done with readily available ingredients. Mango pickle is a delicious condiment that acts as a great compliment to a wide array of dishes, not just Indian food. This video will show you how to make South Indian mango picke.

How To: Perform "Natta Adavu" in Indian Bharatanatyam dance

"Natta" means to stretch and so this adavu (foot work) involves some stretching to form beautiful patterns. The "Natta Adavu" involves heel contacts of the feet. Thus word “Nattu” in Tamil is also referred to “perching of heels”. So get ready for some stretching and synchronization of hands and legs with this Bharatanatyam dance how to video. This is a nine part video tutorial for this 13 step traditional Indian dance move.

How to Make Indian food: Mutton biryani

Indian Biryani is traditionally eaten at festive occasions. This is not an easy dish to cook, however, this tutorial will show you the whole process in a few easy steps. Check out this video and learn a much easier way of making mutton biryani. Your guests will be very impressed with your ability to cook this complicated Indian dish. Enjoy!

How To: Make a quick kalakand using Indian milk burfi

Kalakand is a popular Indian sweet that looks sort of like a rice krispie treat on the outside, but in fact is really solidified milk and cottage cheese. The recipe isn't all that difficult to make and only requires a list of about 7 or less ingredients. So check out this tutorial on how to make it while using Indian milk, burfi. Enjoy!

How to Make Indian food: Chicken curry

Enjoy some authentic Indian cuisine with this chicken curry from Sheba. It's actually a quite simple chicken curry, with few spices. You need half a chicken, skinned, cut into small pieces. You'll also need an onion, greed cardamom, cloves, salt, crushed red pepper, ground coriander powder, ginger and garlic paste, yogurt, and olive oil. Those are all of the ingredients you'll need for this tasty chicken curry. Check out both videos for the full recipe.

How To: Make Indian papdi chaat with Manjula

Craving authentic Indian food? Then tune into this Indian cooking how-to video with Manjula. Follow along with this video lesson as Manjula shows you how to make papri chaat. Papdi or papri chaat is a snack served in most Indian homes. Make some for your home tonight and serve it with a tamarind or mango chutney.

How To: Make Indian garam masala (Indian spice mix)

Interested in making your own garam masala at home? With the right ingredients and the proper techique, it's easier than you'd think. So easy, in fact, that this free video cooking lesson can present a complete overview of the process in about seven minutes. For more information, including the full recipe, and to get started making your own Indian food at home, watch this video guide.

How To: Prepare an Indian style rice salad with the NY Times

You can make a rice salad out of almost anything. In this cooking how to video tutorial Mark Bittman, from the New York Times, makes a rice salad with Indian ingredients and spices. You could grab some carrots, bell peppers, parsley and a vinaigrette to toss with leftover rice. Watch and see how Mr. Bittman prepares his version on an Indian style rice salad.

Prev Page