The classic egg curry with a touch south Indian spicy served in a flavourful and fragrant Chettinad masala curry. Method 1) Boil the eggs till cooked hard-boiled, peel them and fry them till they get a golden crust and keep...
A very simple recipe that is made using your regular pantry ingredients and yields great result. The USP of the recipe is that you can prepare and store the gravy for a really long time! You can also easily recreate...
Traditionally had as a breakfast dish it is one of the most sought after dish in north india, super heavy and with a lot of ghee it is a very wholesome and nourishing dish.
A healthy, hearty stew perfect for times when you are feeling under the weather. This recipe burrows the concept of ever-popular khichdi but replaces rice with vermicelli and also uses plenty of vegetables and flavourings, adding freshness to it!
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.
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...
Perfectly hearty and guilt-free gravy adorned with steamed chicken kofta that has a subtle hint of spices and is cooked without a single drop of oil.
A vibrant green, hearty and warm winter soup that is perfect for a cold evening. Perfect as a meal replacement for people on a low carb diet.
A dish that is a regular in restaurants but is seldom made at home. Through this recipe, we want to show you how easy it is to make a restaurant-quality dish at home.
A warm and hearty soup made with the goodness and silkiness of lentils with a spicy coconut tempering; an absolute hit this winters!
The perfect dish to add warmth in the winter season and make the best of the seasonal vegetables like carrot and ginger.
A traditional north Indian dish made with chickpeas cooked with spices and traditionally enjoyed with a deep fried or baked bread.
A south Indian classic with a fruity and tasty twist bound to leave you refreshed and energised.
The ever loved Thai curry made in-house in the form of noodle bowl for all your meal time problems.
A hearty soup that can be had as a meal replacement, with the smokiness of paprika and the amazing combination of carrot and pineapple with ginger.
A favourite in every Indian household, be it vegetarian version or a non-vegetarian version. Stick to the basics with this recipe for a lip-smacking classic biryani.
An Indian dessert with a slight twist to make it more palatable and less uni-dimensional. The orange flavour gives the whole recipe a very fresh feel.
A hearty soup that can be had as a meal replacement, with the smokiness of char grilled pepper and slight jalapeño kick.
Ready in under 10 minutes, perfect as a late night supper or when you need a quick hunger fix.
A south indian delicacy traditionally had with appam with flavours of coconut and curry leaves.
A quick meal that the kids would love because of their love for noodles, a power packed complete meal.
A quick and healthy dessert that is high in fibre and uses natural sweetners instead of sugar.
A quick meal with familiar indian tastes and the goodness of superfoods ready in minutes for the whole family.
An African staple with an indian twist consisting of eggs and vegetables in a tomato based gravy.
Here’s a classic comfort dish that is perfect to make at home and enjoy whenever want. If you are craving for something simple, soothing and savoury, this is just perfect for you!