Featuring three delicious curries and served with Malabari parantha, rice and a host of side dishes, this Indian Thali platter (Instant Pot or Stovetop) is a super flavorful, easy to make meal.
Rich, creamy, and decadent in every way, this Mixed Vegetables in White Gravy (Instant Pot or Stovetop) is the easiest way to elevate a simple weeknight dinner! Featuring a medley of vegetables paired with lovely aromatics like saffron and rose, it goes great with naan bread or rice for a simple, yet elegant meal!
Rich with spices, garlic, and onions, this Dum Aloo – Potato Curry (Instant Pot or Stovetop) is a super flavorful, quick dish! Baby potatoes are coated in a semi-wet gravy that’s bursting with spicy, tangy, earthy flavors!
Super flavorful with sweet and tangy notes, this protein packed Lobia – Black Eyed Beans Masala (Instant Pot or Stovetop) is an easy and tasty recipe. Try this with rice or naan bread for a healthy meal!
Tied to beloved memories and nostalgia from both my kids’ childhoods, this dish stems from very close to my heart. As early as I can remember, both of my kids were hooked onto paneer, especially my youngest. Although I was delighted that it had started to grow on him, I felt hesitant giving him such a creamy/heavy dish everyday. Working over the next few days to perfect a quick recipe for paneer makhani, while keeping that classic taste, my innovation and creativity led me to this, an equally delicious and doable recipe. The dish has a rich gravy with tomatoes, onions, cashews, and most importantly, no cream. Perched in this subtle gravy are delicate, tender pieces of cubed paneer. The sweetness of the gravy perfectly complements the absorbent properties of the paneer, making a wonderfully cohesive dish. In fact, since this recipe is so much healthier than a normal paneer, I was even able to make this a 30-minute recipe by cooking the gravy and paneer together. Now, my kids and all of you can …