This vegan Golden Turmeric Citrus Ramen features miso paste, fresh turmeric root, lemon zest and cilantro infusion. Ladled over rice noodles with a medley of vegetables and tofu, it’s a hearty, warming meal that’s perfect for the colder weather!
Saffron Rose Biryani (Instant Pot or Stovetop) – dotted with aromatic spices is a dish fit for kings! Super rich and luxurious, it has paneer, beetroot, and peas for a rice dish that’s full of complex textures and flavors!
Nepali Kwati Daal (Mixed Lentil Stew) – Instant Pot or Stovetop, packed full of proteins from the legumes, making it perfect for vegetarians to get their daily dose of vitamins and minerals. It’s creamy, toothy, and super aromatic for all of your heartwarming needs!
Craving to eat something delicious, something unique? Try these Tandoori Tacos with Avocado Crema. With tandoori paneer-tofu and grilled veggies enveloped in a warm tortilla with fresh salsa and zesty avocado sauce, these tacos are a mind-blowing fusion of Indian and Mexican flavors.
Paneer Coconut Masala (Instant Pot or Stovetop) – an Asian inspired twist on the timeless Indian classic, this paneer in coconut gravy is a harmonious blend of coconut milk and tomato, all at once. The crisp bell peppers, baby corn, and onions give it a lovely freshness and make it the perfect curry dish!
One of the most iconic dishes found on the busy streets of Kolkata, Ghugni Chaat is a snack made of dried white peas, veggies and a medley of spices. Try this quick and easy Instant Pot recipe for a healthy meal which is nutritious and oil free! Enjoy this yummy Indian street food as a chaat or as a curry with some naan bread for the ultimate dish!!
Makki ka Dhokla with Spicy Moong Dal (Steamed Corn Cakes with Moong Lentil Stew) – the quintessential Rajasthani dish! Try these steamed corn cakes with peas and methi (fenugreek) leaves and spicy, protein rich moong dal, chutney and ghee, for a wholesome, finger-licking meal this winter!
Perfect for busy weekdays and lazy weekends, this Instant Pot Palak Methi Chana Dal (Spinach Fenugreek Lentil Stew) is an easy, wholesome meal. Packed full of protein and iron, it’s great for the winters! Enjoy it with paratha or rice!
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.