Creamy and thick mango lassi is a popular Indian drink made with fresh mangoes and yogurt. It is very easy to make and is ready in 5 minutes.
Enjoy a hot cup of tea using homemade chai concentrate. Indian black tea brewed with whole spices is perfect to keep stored in winter. It is really simple to make and can be stored in the refrigerator or freezer. Just add warm milk and enjoy chai latte with a good book.
Quick, easy, and delicious paneer sabzi is made using Indian cottage cheese, veggies, and a few basic ingredients. Soft chunks of paneer simmered in rich spicy gravy is a treat for the taste buds. It comes together in 15 minutes and pairs well with roti or jeera rice.
Spinach dal is a hearty, wholesome, and healthy dal made with spinach and toor dal (arhar dal or pigeon pea). This comforting lentil soup is one of the easiest Indian dal recipes you will make. Made in an Instant Pot, this one-pot dal is a perfect way to eat greens. Vegan and gluten-free.
Indian soup recipes collection including vegan and vegetarian soups. Healthy soups that can be served as appetizer or light meal.
Kaapi (or filter coffee) is the most common drink in South Indian households and most South Indians cannot start their day without a strong cup of filter coffee. Freshly brewed coffee decoction topped with hot milk, served in a steel tumbler and davara (bowl) makes it unique and one of the best-tasting coffees.
Shahi paneer is a rich, creamy, and exotic curry made with Indian cottage cheese. This royal and exotic dish is very easy to make when made in the Instant Pot. Cubes of cottage cheese simmered in a mildly spiced, luscious, and silky curry is perfect for parties and celebrations. Pairs so well with naan and jeera rice.
This Indian-style vegetable pearl barley soup is so healthy, nourishing, and flavorful. This vegan soup is perfect for cold winter nights. Made in an Instant Pot, it is ready in less than 30 minutes, with less than 10 minutes of hands-on time.
Moist and fork-tender lamb in a flavorful and aromatic masala base is perfect for cold winter nights. Pair it with rice and kachumber salad for the perfect curry night. Learn how to make authentic home-style Indian lamb curry using the most common spices with this easy recipe.
Crispy and crunchy savory fritters made with okra, chickpea flour, and spices are so delicious and more-ish. Bhindi pakora is perfect with a cup of masala chai on a rainy day! Gluten-free, vegan, and ready in 20 minutes.
Sweet Pongal is a refined-sugar-free dessert made using rice, moong dal, and jaggery as the main ingredients. This South Indian dish is an integral part of festivals like Makara Sankranti and Navratri. Make authentic temple-style sakkarai Pongal in the Instant Pot with this easy recipe.
Crispy from the outside and soft from the inside, these masala smashed potatoes are perfect as a snack or appetiser. Read on for ingredients, different cooking methods, tips, and FAQs to make these delicious masala potatoes.
Curry leaves are an integral part of every south Indian kitchen. Learn how to store curry leaves in the refrigerator, freezer, and in dried form.
Rogan josh is a Kashmiri dish made with lamb (or goat), yogurt, and spices. It uses simple ingredients and can be served with Basmati rice. Unlike typical North Indian curries, this dish does not use onion or garlic and is mildly spiced. Learn how to make authentic rogan josh with this easy recipe.
Spicy and tangy samosa chaat is a popular street food made with samosas, white peas curry, and dressed with chutneys, yogurt, and spices. There are crunchy, crispy, and creamy textures with tangy, spicy, and sweet flavors in every morsel. Every component can be made and stored ahead of time, making this dish perfect for Diwali parties and gatherings.
Ragda pattice is a popular Indian street food where crispy potato patties topped with white pea curry, onion, tomatoes, chutneys, and sev. Every bite is bursting with flavors and textures. This simple dish is the perfect way to bring Indian street food home. This recipe also includes variations and tips on how to make it ahead of time.
Nankhatai is eggless Indian cookies flavored with cardamom. These delicious eggless cookies are made with maida (all-purpose flour) and besan (chickpea flour). Nankhatai is a very popular tea-time snack and is loved by everyone in the family.
Crispy from the outside, soft and fluffy from the inside, these Indian potato patties are a treat to your tastebuds. Aloo tikki has a burst of flavors and is perfect with masala chai. They can also be used to build a burger or as a filling in wraps. Made without onion and garlic, they can be made ahead of time and are great for parties and gatherings. Vegan and ready in less than 30 minutes.
Chana aloo chaat is a tangy, spicy, and refreshing chickpea salad made with canned chickpeas, veggies, spices, and lip-smacking chutneys. This popular street food is very easy to make and has bold and bursting flavors. Serve it as a snack or enjoy it for a quick and healthy lunch. Vegan and gluten-free.
Easy and delicious Gujarati kadhi made with dahi (yogurt), besan (chickpea flour), and spices that can be served with rice, roti, or khichdi. It is made with a few simple ingredients and is very flavorful. So comforting and also tastes great as a soup.