A popular Italian preparation, hard-boiled eggs are filled with a foamy mix of egg yolk, mustard and mayo.
Scrumptious kebabs made with green peas, cashew nuts, chickpea flour and a variety of spices. This can get your party started - a perfect party snack!
Give traditional kebabs a twist with an addition of sabudana. Easy to make and a an absolute crowd pleaser, these kebabs will make your evening party a sensational hit.
The goodness of yogurt, fruits, oats and nuts - all in one! Enjoy this cool and fruity treat to uplift your mood and appease the ones around.
Munch on the crunch of these aromatic cookies. High on dreamy chocolaty flavour, these little sweets roundels will redefine your tea time, bake a batch today!
Fusilli pasta cooked in a herb-y, tomato-based, sensational sauce makes an easy and anytime meal.
Who can resist a batch of freshly baked cookies made with oats, raisins and chocolate chips?
Easy to make banana pancakes topped with golden caramelized apples.
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.
We packed basket and blanket for a picnic in the park and your alfresco menus didn't disappointI'm a bit of a picnic fanatic - I find even a bag of crisps tastes better in the sun, but opening a packet of cheese and onion has nothing on the thrill of unpacking a basket of homemade joy. And though e...
Nachos are one of the titans of trash food. But do you serve them with chilli or pulled pork? Drown them in cheese sauce? Or grilled Monterey Jack? And can you share your nachos or is that a surefire recipe for divorce? Buenos dias, amigos. This month How to Eat - the Word of Mouth series debatin...
Widely available in Japanese convenience stories as 'yakisoba pan', this simple concoction makes for a solid post-pub snackWhile in the UK and US we might be found wolfing burgers and kebabs after a night out, I like to imagine the Japanese scarfing down fried-noodle sandwiches, or yakisoba pan (ya...
Whether you've only half an hour to spare, or can take your time, there's always a way to knock up a tasty picnic.If you have only half an hourThirty minutes is quite sufficient to throw together a round of sandwiches, hard-boil some eggs, maybe fashion some carrot batons. Or knock up this little fe...