Spiced with za’atar and smoked paprika, this Mediterranean Tandoori Cauliflower Broccoli is the perfect fusion of Indian and Mediterranean flavors. Pair it with some homemade pita bread, hasselback potatoes, and dal makhani for a delicious meal!
A crunchy, smoky kebab made with kidney beans and beets paired with a velvety mustard sauce, these Beetroot Kebabs are perfect as an appetizer.
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 …
With a fresh mango salsa and spicy water, this sweet and tangy Mexican Pani Puri is a treat to eat!
Crispy on the edges and fluffy on the inside, this Delhi style hasselback potato chaat is a delicious appetizer.
This Methi Garlic Pakoda Chaat paired with lemon and herb yogurt features unique flavors from green garlic. Serve it with cilantro and chili-garlic chutneys for a perfect party appetizer.
Elaichi Infused Walnut Kebabs with a smoky cardamom flavor and melt in your mouth texture are a perfect appetizer this winter season! Paired with a pineapple yogurt dip, the perfect balance of spicy and sweet flavors is irresistible!
This Saffron Rose Sabudana Chaat with Dates is a perfect meal to try during the Navaratri Vrat. Its tangy-sweet flavor is enhanced with saffron, rose and dates, ingredients that you typically don’t see in a chaat.
This Muradabadi Dal Chaat, a famous Indian street food, features healthy protein packed yellow moong dal lentils topped with a variety of fresh vegetables and spices. It’s a decadent, yet delightfully simple dish that is sure to warm you up as the weather starts to become cooler.
These cucumber cups with a dynamic filling of veggies, dates, spices, and chutneys are the ultimate appetizer for a burst of tangy, crunchy flavors!