Sweets are a must for any festivity in India, let this diya turn your Diwali into a bright one. It’s easy to make & even easier to consume.
Apple Kheer is an improvised version of the traditional kheer which brings out an unique taste & aroma. It’s very healthy and kids will love it too.
A mix of Punjabi and Awadhi cuisine, this chicken preparation is flavoured with green cardamom in a rich creamy, almond and yoghurt gravy.
Keema or minced meat mixed with spices make this deep fried cutlet a wonderful snack and appetizer, popular throughout north India.
Curd-Mayonnaise Dip is a easy to prepare and yummy dip for parathas and chappatis, it’s a popular Indian side dish for parathas.
Suji Ke Ladoo is a north Indian sweet, generally made at home and is very easy to prepare. Sweet meat shops add a little yellow colour to make it look attractive & similar to Motichoor Ladoo.
Bread Halwa is an easy to make and quite delicious dessert, generally made from leftover bread, with chopped almond & pistachios it brings out a unique taste, flavour & texture.
Palak aloo or Saag aloo is potatoes dipped in spinach curry. Saag aloo is usually served with nan, chapati, and makki di roti. Saag aalu can be made with both spinach and mustard, although spinach is more common. Saag aloo is commonly served hot, and topped with ghee (clarified butter).
Aam ki puri or Mango puri is a different take on the traditional puris that are prepared. This recipe includes preparation of puris with some mango pulp which gives the puri a little bit of sweet taste.
Jalebi is a sweet popular in India. It is made by deep frying batter in pretzel or circular shapes, which are then soaked in sugar syrup. In India Jalebi is served as the Celebration Sweet of India.
Dal Makhani is a staple food originating from the Punjab region of the Indian subcontinent. The dish differs from other popular Punjabi dal dishes, such as dal tadka, in that the primary ingredients in dal makhani are whole black lentil (urad), rather than red lentil (masoor).
Dhania Pudina Raita is made with yoghurt and used as a sauce or dip. The yoghurt may be seasoned with coriander (cilantro),cumin,mint and other herbs and spices. This recipe is a variety of the different kinds of raita that can be prepared.