Vegetable Badam Tehri (Biryani), a scrumptious, aromatic and lavish dish from the era of royal Indian kings.It is a perfect medley of delectable flavors and appetite inducing aromas with a variety of soft-sweet vegetables, long grain rice, authentic strong spices and rich paste of almond. Make it on a special occasion and serve it piping hot to experience the genuine old-time regal touch of meals!
A traditional South Indian dish, Bisi Bele Bhath harnesses the very essence of Karnataka’s flavors. Featuring a melody of rice, lentils, vegetables and spices, this complete one pot meal is healthy and filling.
Enjoy the best of both, healthy and yummy, with this GORGEOUS Thai red curry quinoa that’s full of fresh veggies and a creamy, velvety sauce! Perfect for parties, picnics, and gatherings in the summer, who wouldn’t like an Asian inspired, SUPERFOOD treat?
Mango Strawberry Naan Pizza – delicately crispy exterior, soft chewy insides, glamorously golden brown, and zero percent greasy. This mango strawberry pizza with fresh mozzarella and parmesan cheese is the most gorgeous, juicy FRUIT PIZZA ever!!
12 minute Instant Pot Aloo Matar – a spicy, flavorful potato and peas Indian curry which is a great meal option for busy weekdays.
These Thai Mango Lettuce Wraps, served over ice, are deliciously light and refreshing, perfect for summer! The tofu-mango-chili filling with peanut dressing adds an awesome combination of sweet, sour, tangy and spicy flavors.
This iconic Rajasthani dish, Dal Baati features charcoal grilled baati, triple lentil dal and churma. Serve it with some smoked green chilies, aloo bharta, chutney and kuchumber salad for a wholesome and healthy version of an Indian classic!
This Indian-inspired cracked wheat dish features local vegetables, incorporated into a nutty, toasted cracked wheat. Seasoned with turmeric, red chili powder, and chaat masala, the bold spice of the flavor works perfectly as breakfast or lunch on a cold morning. Served with chickpea salad in cilantro vinaigrette and a glass of buttermilk, this new twist to the Indian classic creates a perfect harmony between traditional and modern. Growing up in a kitchen where the clanking of copper pots and the earthy smell of clay vessels was a daily occurrence, I became accustomed to the sizzle of Indian spices as they combined with hearty cracked wheat. A dish like this was a staple in my mom’s kitchen, being passed down through the generations of her family, but each time arriving with a new alteration. Perfect for winter mornings or for lunch on a brisk day, I enjoyed the warmth of this delectable grain against the cool refreshment of yogurt or a glass of my grandma’s buttermilk. Being all too close to this meal and having a …