Whether it is an evening get together, an office event, a kindergarten party or a school celebration, finger food is always needed. The best thing about this whole menu is that you do not need any crockery, cutlery or glasses, other than serving dishes.
Want to get the perfect shami kababs every time? This is the recipe to follow.
This classic recipe just got healthier and lighter on stomach. By some easy twists and tweaks, you will be able to enjoy your favorite dahi-baray in a much mindful way.
Crunchy from the outside and melt-in-the-mouth inside. These kababs are so good that you won’t be able to resist eating just one.
A fun, healthy and easy lunchbox/ snack idea for kids. These also work great as healthy appetizers for a party.
This version of chicken tikka gets its compelling flavors from herbs like coriander and mint. The vibrant green color is a treat for the eyes and an instant turn on.
A cross between chaat (indian street food) and tartlets, these chaatlets are a healthy way to satisfy those chaat cravings without the added fat and sugar. Presenting one fancy and one easy way of making papri chaat.
Pakoras are famous in India, especially during Monsoon season. This baked version of pakoras is much healthier than the deep fried ones, without compromising on taste.
These are my mother-in-laws famous beef kababs that are eggless and gluten-free. These freezer-friendly kababs are juicy, succulent and full of flavor.
These flavorful halloumi bites are perfect as party appetizers or as snacks. Paired with a chutney dip, these keto-friendly/ vegetarian bites are sure to be a hit.