A twisted take on a product that is available in almost all the households and has been the exact same since ages, instant noodles.
A classic American snack made with Indian ingredients and spices that will definitely be a hit at your next party as a finger food. Method 1) Boil the black lentils and drain all the water. 2) Blend the lentils into...
A power packed protein rich twist to the classic breakfast treat, pancakes. A savoury option with flavours of Indian lentils and coconut make a fit for the Indian palate.
An innovative way to use the leftover rice and presenting it in this rose flavoured classic dessert ready in under 20 mins.
A classic cinnamon roll recipe with an innovative berry twist and a vibrant purple colour.
A healthier, baked take on the classic snack dish, nachos. Loaded with Indian flavours and served with a tangy coconut salsa.
A very nostalgic cake with the golden caramel and orange slices. Bring a little bit of fun back to your tea time cakes.
A classic combination of palak and makai (corn) served in a bite-sized steak form and garnished with a tangy tomato chutney. Adding a dash of innovativeness to your favourite flavours with this easy to cook, simple to serve and delicious...
A vegetarian biryani recipe that is made using black rice. Not only is black rice rich in dietary fiber and antioxidants but it also has a much more intense flavour.
A traditional Japanese sweet breakfast treat as opposed to the pancakes and Danish pastries on the western side of the globe. It is a soft sweet bun which is steamed and has a sweet bean paste filling.
A quick tasty snack that is ready in under 10 minutes for a light bite in between meals.
A dish synonymous to Indian breakfast all over the country gets a slight tweak making it bright green in colour and really fragrant in taste.
The classic aloo chaat gets an Asian twist while retaining all the classic flavours like sweet, spicy and tangy. The only difference is that the flavours are derived from Asian ingredients.
An Eid special dessert that is ready in minutes and perfect to finish off any meal on a warm note. It’s fragrant, comforting and above all highly enjoyable.
A bite-sized canapé with smoky garlic flavoured spinach and creamy cottage cheese, bringing back all the familiar flavour of palak paneer wrapped up in a single bite.
A quick vegetarian recipe that will take your party snack game to another level. A snack that will leave your guests asking for more.
A sweet twist on the generally savoury treat, this kachori has a fragrance of rose and the robust flavours of various dry fruits.
South Indian food works excellently well with typical south-east Asian ingredients as their food is sort of similar and hence this classic South-Indian dish gets a fresh twist with the addition of lemongrass and served with a red curry dip. ...
Bored with the usual Indian dessert and think that they lack depth because of their unidimensional sweet taste?! Then this is the recipe for you. The besan laddoo gets a fruity, tangy twist with a vibrant colour from the pomegranate....
The traditional seviyan gets a new fruity twist along with an offbeat way of presentation making it easy to portion, serve and eat.
A breakfast classic made into easy-to-consume muffins, also fit for a breakfast on the go. The ever famous breakfast gets a new avatar with this recipe.
Unlike regular cookies that are baked into a flat disk like shape, these cookies rise a little like a cake so they have the crispy crust of a cookie along with a soft cake-y centre. A definite hit with the...
A pleasant change from the regular aloo ticks as a quick snack that can be whipped up in under 20 mins and the smokiness gives it a nice depth of flavour.
Muffins done 2 ways for both, the sweet and savoury seekers. Excellent as a breakfast on the go.
A classic combination of a baked bread and minced meat (vegetarian in this case) that rings all the familiar bells of flavour. This vegetarian version is a brilliant way for you and our kids to get that daily protein requirement....
Indian food is highly flavourful and complex but the complaint many people have with it is that it leaves their hands dirty and many people don’t prefer that. This recipe eliminates that problem by baking the classic pav bhaji into...
The ultimate comfort food with a deeply flavoured broth with the noodles and fresh vegetables. It's easy to make without even dirtying many utensils. The perfect recipe.
A different and uncommon variation of fried rice in which the rice is coated with egg yolks before stir-frying, giving them a nice golden coating and a rich mouthfeel.
Foie gras or goose liver is a well-known delicacy for its texture, mouthfeel and rich flavour. This recipe is a vegetarian rendition of that classic gourmet ingredient. Though the taste is different, the texture and the appearance makes it look like...
A pasta dish that's creamy, tasty and won't make you feel all heavy and greasy. It's fresh and vibrant in taste and appearance.
A mélange of art and flavor, combined beautifully to give you a dish that your taste-buds will remember for long! Though a little time consuming, this is a dish that every foodie or an aspirational chef should have in their...
Enticing your palate with Baklavas, a Middle Eastern treat comprising of phylla pastry along with assorted exotic nuts in a thick caramel/honey-based sauce. Demanding a slightly intricate process that bears great result, this is the perfect dish for every occasion!
A breakfast essential that is nothing like you have ever tried. Stuffed with veggies and cheese, this is a wholesome and filling breakfast treat.
Nothing compares to the taste and texture of fresh hand-made noodles. The rough edges and the inconsistencies add to the rustic feel of the dish. Try making it with your partner as a bonding exercise and you are sure to...
Akuri is a typical Parsi egg dish that comprises of lightly scrambled eggs with flavours of coriander and turmeric. In this recipe, the eggs are stuffed in the flaky samosa pastry making it one quick and delicious snack.
A no onion no garlic samosa twist for people who prefer their food that way, and the combination of green peas and mint is a match made in heaven.
A quick snack to make use of that leftover rajma. Taking a slight innovative route with this rajma recipe and serve it like never before, with a crispy crust and a gooey melty cheese centre.
A dessert that is not only plant based but also uses only unprocessed foods. All plant and all natural.
A pasta dish that is creamy, tasty and most importantly vegan. A combination that is mostly unheard of and seldom tried but works wonder! Method 1) In a fry pan, heat the olive oil and add the garlic and onions...
A south Indian classic with a fruity and tasty twist bound to leave you refreshed and energised.
A pasta dish that is creamy, tasty and most importantly vegan. Using the meatiness of black fungus mushrooms and the creaminess from almond milk.
A super chocolatey sugar-free indulgent recipe that is an absolute winner if you’re trying to impress someone on the first date, considering how easy it is.
A south Indian classic recipe with the added goodness of lemongrass. Lemongrass generally compliments this coconut based curry so well, that you will never go back to the traditional method.
The ever loved Thai curry made in-house in the form of noodle bowl for all your meal time problems.
Bored with the usual pasta dishes with the red sauce and white sauce? Here's a recipe to take your pasta game to the next level.
Kadhi, as we all know, is a staple in many of our homes, especially in north India but it's the same old taste that has survived ages without any tweak. This recipe is just a small attempt to play around...
Quintessentially summery, with the freshness of lemon grass and the tartness of jamun, all embraced in a gorgeous violet colour.
A quirky little snack idea of a carb-free sandwich, fit for people who have a gluten allergy, or are just simply avoiding extra carbs like bread.
A very good option for people trying to cut down on their non-veg intake or are looking for vegetarian alternatives to Asian dishes. Mushrooms, specially shitake, have a nice meaty texture which makes it a perfect pick for this stir...
An American staple with a modern twist and a certain depth of flavours to make it a little bit healthy, if not completely.