Tasted Recipes - Healthy Indian Recipes

Review 39 brands in 11 different types of oils for nutrients, vitamins and has no cholesterol, preservatives to conclude the healthiest Indian cooking oil

Ginger is used as a spice in cooking all over the world. It is the rhizome of the perennial plant Zingiber officinale in the family Zingiberaceae.

There are 4 types of chili commonly used in India -Lal Mirch, Hari Mirch, Degi Mirch (Paprika) and Shimla Mirch (Sweet bell pepper).

Cardamom is also called as Cardamum or Elaichi, one of the seven most important spices and queen of spices. It’s in the form of seeds, whole pods or ground.

Clove is a dried flower bud of a Myrtaceae tree. Syzygium aromaticum is another name for clove.

Salt is a common yet extremely essential ingredient in cooking. Let’s understand the benefits of consuming salt, along with the side effects.

Nutmeg is a seed made from a nutmeg-tree. Let’s understand the benefits of consuming it, along with the side effects and answer some common questions.

Black pepper is the dried unripe fruit grown in the plant called piper nigrum. Let’s understand the benefits of consuming black pepper and its side effects.

Turmeric powder is one of the main ingredients in Indian cuisine. Let’s understand the benefits of consuming termeric, along with the side effects.

30 Ramadan iftar sharbat ideas for each fasting day so you don’t have to repeat the iftar sharbat for the whole month of Ramadaan.

Even if mostly street food like Vada Pav or bhelpuri pops in our mind whenever Maharashtrian recipes are mentioned, it has much more to offer in summer

From the top tea brands in India, we analyzed aroma, taste, form, and flavor to conclude the best tea in India in economy as well as the premium segment

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