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A golden brown paneer tikki paired with some spicy ragda curry and an Italian-inspired tomato salad, this chaat is a modern twist on the classic. Traditional ragda or white peas chaat is very popular in India and is served with potato cutlets or patties. I’ve opted to go for paneer tikkis for a fun change in texture and added the Italian tomato mozzarella salad to elevate the flavors!

Paneer Ragda Tikki With Caprese Salad

A golden brown paneer tikki paired with some spicy ragda curry and an Italian-inspired tomato salad, this chaat is a modern twist on the classic. Traditional ragda or white peas chaat is a popular street food in India and is served with potato cutlets or patties. I’ve opted to go for paneer tikkis for a fun change in texture and added the Italian tomato mozzarella salad to elevate the flavors!

Irresistibly smooth and smoky, this homemade Baba Ganoush is the ultimate middle eastern dip! Pair it with a veggie platter and some fresh pita chips for a light lunch or snack that you can whip up in under 15 minutes!

Baba Ganoush

Irresistibly smooth and smoky, this homemade Baba Ganoush is the ultimate middle eastern dip! Pair it with a veggie platter and some fresh pita chips for a light lunch or snack that you can whip up in under 15 minutes! Baba Ganoush is a middle eastern dip that you might have had with pita. It’s similar to hummus in the sense that it’s a smooth, creamy dip, but instead of chickpeas it uses eggplant! This homemade version incorporates a fire-roasted eggplant with some other simple ingredients for a dip of your dreams! Garnished with some high quality extra virgin olive oil (evoo) and served with pita chips and a veggie crudites, you just can’t go wrong! HOW TO MAKE BABA GANOUSH: Roast The Eggplant! Place the eggplant, peeled garlic, and green chili on a large sheet of aluminum foil. Cut large slits into the eggplant to prevent it from bursting while roasting. Then, brush them with some olive oil and wrap them tightly in the foil. Roast for about 15 minutes directly on the stove …