Dal Makhani – a buttery, velvety North-Indian style lentils with garlic and ginger, made quick with this Instant Pot version! You’ll find that same rich, deep flavor that everyone loves!
Grilled Pineapple Skewers – Kickoff the big game this Sunday with these juicy, tangy, and deliciously caramelized Hawaiian skewers. With sweet pineapple coated in spiced mint marinade, you’re guaranteed to bring the heat to this year’s Super Bowl!
Rasmalai Falooda – a fusion of two beloved Indian desserts with fruits and jelly. Garnished with some edible gold, it’s the perfect way to elevate the classic flavors that are enjoyed all over India!
Seven Layer Dahi Chaat – with mung bean sprouts, fluffy dhokla, crunchy papdi, tangy boondi, masala potatoes, creamy yogurt, and sweet and spicy chutneys, this is street food at its best!
Orange Kheer – a fruity twist on the classic rich and velvety pudding with oranges and chenna (crumbled paneer). Flavored with cardamon and saffron, this royal dessert is perfect for the festive season!
Baked Gur Para – crunchy and crispy, this healthy snack made with jaggery and whole wheat flour is popular throughout India. Baked to golden brown perfection and topped with sesame seeds, it’s perfect for the festive season!
Flavored with rose, pistachio and saffron-cardamom, these Nankhatais are a simple, yet elegant dessert for this upcoming festive season! These beautiful cookies are a memorable twist on traditional sweets that your family is sure to love for Diwali!
Baked to golden brown perfection with a fluffy texture, these Toasted Coconut Cookies are the perfect holiday treat! Enjoy them as a light dessert and savor the subtle sweetness and delicious coconut flavor! Toasted coconut is one of my favorite flavors for the holidays! It has this delicious nuttiness and slight sweetness that’s sure to be enjoyed by everyone. HOW TO MAKE TOASTED COCONUT COOKIES: Mix Butter & Sugar! In a large mixing bowl, mix together the room temperature butter, coconut essence, and icing sugar till it’s creamy and well combined. It will become fluffy and the color will become lighter. Add Coconut! Add in the salt and shredded coconut into the mixing bowl. Gently mix them. Add Flour! Into the same bowl, add in the flour and baking powder, using a sieve to ensure that you get a fluffy and smooth texture. Mix gently until well combined. Add Milk! Slowly add in the milk and mix until the dough comes together. Adjust the quantity of milk depending on how dry or wet your mixture …
Rajgira Badam Sukhdi is a healthy Gujarati dessert with nutty and aromatic notes from pistachio, almond, and saffron. With no grains, it’s perfect for the Indian Navaratri festival and those that are fasting!
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!