Simple and basic. These chocolate muffins are a foolproof dish for when you want something sweet and simple. Method 1) In a large mixing bowl, crack open 2 eggs, add in sugar and oil and start whisking. Keep whisking till...
An absolute favourite among people of all age groups; crispy fried bites of spicy and flavourful chicken ready in less than 30 mins. Method 1) Wash and cut the chicken breast into small bite sized cubes. 2) Start by marinating...
A Mangalorean recipe that hits all the right notes of spicy, peppery and zesty. Even though it has a hefty amount of ghee, it still is the perfect indulgent recipe that one can indulge in every once in a while. Method...
A super starter for parties and a fun little way to incorporate more vegetables in your family’s diet, ready in under 15 mins, its a proper crowd pleaser.
A fun little twist to the regular potato tikki or cutlet served in a way that its easy to handle and eat.
A dish that originated in Britain consisting of batter fried fish served with a side of hand cut fries gets a desi avatar. The batter is replaced with Amritsari fish rendering it super spicy and tangy and is served with a...
A spicy mushroom curry served in the form of canapé that is not only easy to eat but also mess-free. A must have on any party starter menu!
A fun little way to present the left over dal and rice in the form of a classic Italian dish.
A small bright red patties with a crispy poppy seed crust and a cheesy centre. Perfect for any special occasion.
A quick, healthy and flavourful snack packed with the goodness of vegetables and super easy to make.
A protein rich healthy burger to curb the fast food cravings without all the additives and sugars and artificial flavourings, also a nice change from the regular potato patties.
A home made alternative to fast food dish without any kind of additives or chemicals.
A stove top version of the ever famous kebab with a crispy crust generally made in a clay oven or tandoor but made without meat, onion or garlic.
A classic American snack made with Indian ingredients and spices that will definitely be the favourite finger food of your next party. Method 1) Boil the black lentils and drain all the water. 2) Blend the lentils into a coarse-textured powder/paste. 3)...
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 quick and tasty snack that is ready under 10 minutes for a light bite in between meals.
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.
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.
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. ...
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.
Here's enticing your palate with Baklava, 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...
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.
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 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 perfect 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 fry.
A classic Chinese dish that is fully compatible with the Indian palate and the crunchy beans give this recipe a delectable texture.
A classic British favourite gets a desi twist to it. The soft egg with a crispy bhujia coating makes it the perfect afternoon tea time snack.
A classic Chinese street food very similar to the Indian parantha and a must try for everyone looking for a little twist on the age-old breakfast classic.
A tea time classic with a twist, take your typical evening pakodas to a whole new level.
A quintessential south Indian dish that is famous all over the country for its spicy and tangy flavour. Just a vegetarian version of this classic dish.
A very typical Indian tea time snack, the humble vegetable cutlet gets a little bit of a makeover with a crispy papad crust.
A Mediterranean dip/spread made out of chickpeas, tahini, lemon juice, and garlic. Always a hit at game days.
A typical game day/bar food with a crispy outside and molten gooey cheese inside.
A maharashtrian tea time staple for a quick hunger fix.
A dish suitable for any time of the day be it breakfast or as a cocktail snack with creaminess of cheese and earthiness of peanuts. Read more..
Apt for binge snacking during monsoon season with a hot cup of tea or coffee. Read more..
This is a classic oriental dish with a slight tweak to make it everyone’s favourite. A simple recipe that easily be rustled up in 10 minutes and includes just a quick stir fry!