Pandi Curry – a uniquely sour, spicy pork curry from the Kodava region of Karnataka. Arguably, the best pork curry on the planet.
A Japanese inspired appetizer bursting with caramelized, sweet and umami flavors. Bonus: you can make this in 15 minutes or under!
This easy, healthy chicken appetizer is a definite crowd pleaser at dinner parties. The tikkas are flavored with fresh herbs and India spices, but apart by their texture! They are slightly charred on the outside but melt in your mouth once you bite in!
The perfect last minute fruit-cake recipe for Christmas or otherwise. Its fruity, boozy and can be made even a couple of hours ahead of when you need to serve 🙂
A creamy, comforting soup for when you want something healthy, but not exactly light!
Succulent mutton (goat-meat) cooked in a Lucknow-style curry. You’ll love the flavors from the aromatic spices, the not too-rich gravy, and the soft potatoes that soak it all up so well!
A light tea cake for lovers of all-things lemon, made even better with blueberries!
A savory fruit salad that’s good for a light lunch or as a side. It’s got grilled figs and fresh pear for sweetness, a balsamic vinaigrette and salty bits of ricotta to make it pop!
An aromatic, spicy, chickpea based appetizer. They go great with a mint chutney and are the perfect appetizer for a raining evening or when you have guests over.
A light and creamy all-natural dessert, bursting with mango flavor. It’s also one of those unicorn desserts that’s fat-free and contains zero added-sugar. The perfect healthy alternative to ice-cream!
Possibly the most loved mutton & rice dish across India! A definite on the menu for celebrations and festivals. Pretty much every region and community has their own version. This one is an amalgamation of recipes handed down on both sides of my family, as well as some useful tips shared by friends over the years!
Soft, fluffy, healthy-ish muffins, that taste of cinnamon, carrots and raisins. Perfect with a cup of coffee at the start of your day!
A Greek inspired Chickpea, Paneer & Dill salad. Its light, filling and protein packed, making it a perfect work-day lunch.
A mild, flavorful Japanese Curry served with rice and a crispy, succulent cutlet. Can be made with your choice of protein: Chicken, Pork or Paneer if you are vegetarian!
A one of a kind Summer Special! Sugar Baby Mangoes cooked in a spicy, tamarind-y, Mangalore-style curry.
These double-deckered brownies have a deep chocolaty layer at the bottom and a tangy cheesecake layer on top. Their signature red swirls just add a little more magic!
Whether you need some as an ingredient in another dish, or simply enjoy cream cheese on a cracker, this DIY version is a great alternative to store bought!
A cheery Italian appetizer or side, flavored with Olive Oil, Garlic and Rosemary! Goes great with soup; is also perfect to mop up stew or pasta sauce.
Pomfret cooked in a hot & sour, coconut curry. This curry gets its characteristic taste from Kokum, and its bright red colour from Byadgi Chilies. Its the quintessential Konkan fish curry-rice!
A sweet-sour-spicy salad with Mango as the star ingredient and a killer chili-lime dressing. Low effort, vegan and a summer favorite!
These sports-bar style chicken wings are a great appetizer to serve when you have guests over, or even for a night in, watching the game on TV. They’ve got just the right amount of heat from freshly ground black pepper & ginger, and are best served with a chilled beverage of your choice 🍺
Golden, buttery blondies that are crisp at the edges, and soft & chewy in the middle. You’ll taste a caramelized raisin, and a slight kick of rum, in every bite!
A simple, vegetarian soup that’s hearty enough to serve as a meal in a bowl. A Broccoli base, flavored with rosemary, pepper and paprika.
A creamy, tropical, chilled dessert that comes together with no more than 20 minutes of effort. Also happens to be Vegan and dairy free.
Eggs poached in a tangy tomato sauce; a popular Mediterranean breakfast dish that has most ingredients in common with an Indian Masala Omlette or Egg Burji!
Moong dal dosas (mung bean crêpes) flavored with ginger & green-chili. This old-school, south Indian breakfast is protein packed and takes no more than 25 mins of active effort to make.