Whip up a quick yogurt side dish with some green chillies thrown in for that extra kick.
Who would have thought that hummus could be made without chickpeas? Reshma Khattar Bhagat shows you how to make a healthy zucchini hummus.
Indulge in some culinary magic as Aditya Bal and Devanshi fuse traditional ingredients with western influences keeping in mind the health quotient. A Mexican salsa with corn, coriander and chat masala.
This creamy Boursin -style spread is absolutely addictive and delicious on your favorite crackers or bread. It is also absolutely fantastic in a sandwich and great with crudities.
Imagine a mayonnaise without a drop of oil! Without any eggs. Totally vegan. Made with tofu.
An easy cheesy spread that you can use with breads, bruschetta or as a dip.
A sharp and nutty sauce of cashews and rocket leaves.
A delightfully healthy dish of tofu drizzled with some soya bean sauce accompanied by stir fried romaine lettuce.
A tangy side dish to go with Falafels. Yogurt whisked with green apples, plums, pomegranate seeds and orange juice.
Serve this yummy and easy to make peanut sauce with chicken satay.
An easy to make yummy dhaniye ki chutney that goes best with kebabs and other Indian starters.
Thick and creamy, enjoy homemade mayonnaise with this recipe that uses the blender.
A sour chutney with the goodness of amla, saunf and bhrami leaves.
Spice of winter. A spicy pickle of mixed vegetables, which is sweet and sour too.
A delectable pate with porcini, shitake and oyster mushrooms. Served with grilled pita bread or crackers.
A beautiful looking beetroot raita. With the crunch of cucumbers and onions, this pink colored raita is best served chilled with hot paranthas or pulao.
Garma garam khaane ke saath thandi thandi chutney. This mooli ki chutney goes best with piping hot Kashmiri food.
Hilsa fish curry: This Bengali recipe is very easy to prepare, tastes delicious and is a great accompaniment with steamed rice.
Potli ka achaar is common in most Sindhi households. This recipe has been passed down for generations in my family. Goes perfect with some aloo ke tuk, Sindhi curry, papad and boiled rice.
This adrak ka achaar is super easy and quick. Very popular during the festival of Navratras.