This instant achaar is a delicious way of consuming amla (Indian gooseberries) on a regular basis.
An everyday sabzi that tastes delicious despite being simple and easy to make.
Made with flattened (and dried) rice, poha is a famous street food in India. There are different variations of poha in different regions. This one is from Bhopal.
An easy weeknight recipe with some unusual flavour combinations.
This side salad has been our current everyday favourite. It goes well with almost all kinds of dishes.
A perfect add on to your daawat menu. This shahi zeera pulao is a great replacement for plain rice on special occasions. Serve it along any kinds of curries, sabzis or sauces.
Kala Chana aka brown chickpeas is a more nutritious cousin of the white variety of chickpeas. Its a great option to add to your Ramadan menu, be it for suhoor or for iftar.
You will ditch the store bought curry paste once you try the homemade version. The green curry turns out so much more flavourful and fresh tasting.
These non-fried pakoras are a dream come true. Using only two tablespoons of olive oil, these come out super crispy and taste amazing.
This nourishing meal warms up your body and soul. Its a super easy and quick meal, which is ready under 30 minutes.