Low in fat yet high on flavours! Here is an excellent uttapam recipe with an add on healthiness. Bite on the goodness of soy coupled with fresh veggies and terrific spices.
A handful of ingredients is all that you need to create these magical, feather-like appams!
Ever fancied a paneer lasagna? Here you have Indian vegetarian food redefined. Follow to cook some brilliant fusion food yourself.
Cook up some steaming peas curry teamed up with beautiful fried cakes made of yogurt, gram flour and aromatic spices. Seal the deal with peppy apple chutney.
Crispy khakras are topped with a spicy chaat mixture. Ready in a snap, devoured in a jiffy!
Enjoy the crisp crunch of these paper thin snacks. Infused will garlic and subtle spices, you can team them up with whatever you desire or just go on a solo affair!
Missi roti made crispy, topped with zingy apricot chutney and cream cheese. This is a desi munchie's delight!
Munch on these golden snacks made of a host vegetables bathed in flour and fried to perfection.
Zucchini slices are stuffed with the freshness of carrots, celery, cream and cheese.
Paneer is marinated in a blend of masalas and combined with vibrant bell peppers. On to the skewers and grilled to perfection!
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