Vegetarian recipe: Tostadas are crisp discs that are served with a variety of toppings. Typically made using cornmeal and deep fried, baking them yields perfectly acceptable results.
An Indian Tricolour dish that comes together in less than 10 minutes! And the Green Goddess Dressing just makes everything taste good! Do give this a shot.
Spinach Masala Vadai – Deep fried bite-sized vadai made using chana dal, spinach and a medley of herbs
Simple to make and delicious, these kababs were a part of dinner last night. Sufficiently pushed by the good folks who follow my blog’s Facebook page, who asked me to share this recipe when I posted a picture – this quick post is for them 🙂 These make a perfect starter, you could make these even sm
Looking for a Loaded Nachos recipe that they serve at pubs? You’ve come to the right place – jump in, get the recipe and tuck in!
A nutritious millet pairs with flavourful ingredients like basil, garlic and onion to make delicious bite sized appetisers or a yummy tea-time snack
Arbi Tikka is a delicious way to cook the common colocassia root. They turn into spiced up, golden and crisp appetisers or a happy accompaniment with rotis.
Update: A new brand of yogurt available in the market is so creamy, mild (not sour at all) and delicious that I can say that the inspiration for this dip is wholly from the yogurt. When something tastes so delicious, I always wonder if it is high in fat content and therefore calories, but at 79 calo
Dip, dip ,dip! Sometimes, you just want something light to nibble for dinner. While I’ve labelled this recipe under Party Starters, you need not necessarily have a party to enjoy this kind of finger food. This is perfect stuff to share with your partner while watching your favourite movie on a Frida
Continuing with the valentine dinner ideas, I tried out something different with the regular mushrooms, onions, bell peppers that I had on hand. It happened to be a most wonderful spicy, taste bud tingling chutney that you’ll find many uses for. There’s a lot you can tinker with this recipe. If you
Ask any Indian what their favourite herb is – more often than not the answer will be coriander or cilantro, as it is called in some other countries. The main reasons for this being availability, tradition and also the way it goes perfectly with most Indian flavours. The vibrant grassy scent of coria
Guess the main ingredient in the above dish. Also guess the kitchen gadget that I have used for this recipe