Easy Indian recipes that can be made under 30 minutes. Healthy and wholesome meals loved by the entire family.
Introducing the delightful Ragi Upma, a beloved variation of upma originating from Karnataka and crafted with finger millet flour.
Enjoy the mouthwatering flavors of delicious kala chana curry with this easy recipe.
Looking for a healthy and delicious breakfast option? Try this millet dosa! Made with a combination of nutrient-rich millets like foxtail millet and pearl millet, this crispy and gluten-free dosa is an excellent alternative to traditional rice-based.
Ragi rotti, a popular breakfast dish from the South Indian state of Karnataka, has been gaining popularity for its delicious taste and numerous health benefits.
Nuchinude or nucchina unde, also known as steamed lentil dumplings, is a breakfast or snack option that is rich in protein.
Majjige huli is a traditional Karnataka dish made using yogurt.
Crispy and golden pakora made in an air fryer is perfect with a cup of masala chai on a rainy day.
This grilled paneer salad is an easy and delicious way to satisfy your Indian food cravings without cooking an elaborate meal.
Kakdi koshimir or khamang kakdi is a Maharashtrian-style salad made using cucumber and peanuts as the main ingredients.
Kitchari or khichdi is a wholesome, nourishing, and comforting meal made using rice, lentils, and healing spices.
Kala chana chaat is a healthy, filling, and nutritious salad made using black chickpeas, veggies, herbs, and spices.
South Indian chana masala is a spicy chickpea curry made using white chickpeas, fresh coconut, and whole spices.
Lachha pyaz is a popular and easy Indian onion salad made using red onions, spices, and herbs.
Learn how to cook sorghum perfectly using this easy recipe in an Instant Pot and stovetop.
Sabudana khichdi (or sabudana usal) is made using tapioca pearls, peanuts, and potatoes as the main ingredients.
Healthy and delicious aloo palak is made with spinach, potatoes, and flavorful spices.
Spinach dal is a hearty, wholesome, and healthy dal made with spinach and toor dal (arhar dal or pigeon pea).
Crispy and crunchy savory fritters made with okra, chickpea flour, and spices are so delicious and more-ish.