Shravan Maas is around the corner and along with it, has set in the rainy season. With its own pros and cons, rain also marks the beginning of the festive season. The whole month of Shravan is very pious for the Hindus as they worship Lord Shiva and keep fasts. This also has scientific reasons as the digestive system needs to be relaxed the humid temperature and hence, various different dishes are eaten in this month.
The perfect blend of tastes has been the hallmark of Indian dishes. However, with the Desi Atta
products in your kitchen, making delectable dishes for your loved ones at home is a cakewalk.
Here’s some of monsoon dishes that will add flavors to this season.
We are, undeniably, defined by our language, our customs—our culture. And if there’s one thing that encapsulates these together, it has to be Indian food. The first ever Desi Atta Company’s Desi Flavour Fest was a celebration of Indian Flavours. It was a journey that we all took and rediscovered timeless exquisite flavours and somehow rediscovered ourselves as well.
India is a land of diverse cultures, that have evolved over a span of Centuries. Time has brought us together and interwoven our differences into a connecting thread. Many festivals in India are celebrated across the country but with their own traditional shades of flavors.
Diwali is as much the celebration of traditional food as much it is of light! Across our myriads of cultures, through different lands and regions, we identify ourselves with the food we eat, especially by what we cook on our festivals. Here are some of the Dessert Dishes that have moved beyond their region of origin and become part of our collective identity as Indians!
India is a land of numerous language, cultures, and flavors. Our varied and mixed cultures are marked with innumerable festivals. Each festival, in turn, is associated with delightful cuisines and dishes. These traditional flavors not only make this festive season special but also bring us together. And isn’t that what festivals are really about.