Keema matar has its origins in the Mughlai cuisine and is nothing but minced meat (I have used chicken mince in this recipe) cooked with green peas and aromatic spices.
An easy breakfast recipe. No prep-work-ahead needed. Ripe bananas are used in the recipe giving the appe a delicious banana flavor. Cardamom imparts a sweet aroma making it feast for all your senses. This is also called paniyaram in some parts of India. Learn how to make soft and instant banana appe/paniyaram.
Pan roasted paneer and corn pulao is a simple dish for a quick weeknight Indian dinner. Ready in about 30 minutes. Serve with raita and Indian pickle.
These simple and scrumptious carrot laddus are a luxurious treat for ya! No artificial flavors, colors or preservatives… As natural as it can be!
A simple Saffron rice recipe which is easy to prepare even for a novice cook. This saffron rice turns out extremely flavorful, fragrant without any complicated steps involved. The use of saffron and the spices gives this rice an exotic flavor. Gluten-free and easily “veganizable” :).
It is Mithai time. Enjoy these delicious wheat flour laddus or Churmundo from the Konkani cuisine. They are unique, delicate and of course, tasty.
Bisi Bele Bath is a traditional breakfast dish from the South Indian state – Karnataka. This gluten-free. porridge style dish is a perfect blend of carbs, fiber, protein and bold flavors to ensure that you start your day with a healthy, heavy and delicious breakfast.
Crispy, flaky puff pastry filled with warm, bubbly and delicious fruit filling. Pair this warm Nectarine Galette with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and enjoy.
Deep fried, sweet jackfruit fritters – crispy on the outside and soft on the inside – a seasonal, traditional Konkani delicacy.
Because we all need a hearty, nutritious, flavorsome one pot meal (well, almost) recipe.