Delicious vegetarian kebabs made with spinach and peas. Minimal oil used to pan fry these green beauties.
Vegetarian koftas in a rich gravy. Smooth and soft these koftas are made with khoya, therefore quite rich!
An open sandwich with an egg filling.
Broccoli and walnuts moulded in a ring shape with gelatin. A new twist to salads!
Open sandwiches with pineapple and cream cheese. A cheesy appetizer with a fruity twist!
A light and warm apple flavored drink to slurp on a chilly day.
Sesame and yogurt marinated paneer cubes baked in an oven. Serve with onion ringlets and chutney.
Glossy noodles tossed with shredded chicken and all the classic condiments - soya sauce, celery, vinegar and chilli sauce.
Fried fritters made from soaked and ground lentils. Serve with some tangy chutneys.
Thick and creamy, enjoy homemade mayonnaise with this recipe that uses the blender.
These rice and coconut preparations are eaten in South India for breakfast or dinner. Light rice treats that go best with stews.
These chocolaty muffins make for the perfect on-the-go breakfast or a hassle free mid-day snack.
Spice of winter. A spicy pickle of mixed vegetables, which is sweet and sour too.
A easy to make rice preparation with hare chane. It is quick to make and divine to taste.
Chane ki dal, cooked with ghiya (bottle gourd).
Potatoes tossed in butter with green chilli, ginger, yogurt and curry leaves.
Crunchy bread sticks made freshly at home. Serve with some butter and a hot bowl of soup.
Enjoy a freshly baked and healthy whole wheat bread with this recipe.
A staple food during fasting periods, puris made with kutta ka atta. Goes very well with curd as kuttu tends to generate warmth in our body.
A preparation of milk, sugar and parsai. Parsai is a rice like ingredient, permissible to consume during the Navratra fasts (vrat).