A delicate, creamy Panna Cotta flavored with saffron and cardamom and served with a rose jelly. It’s the perfect Indian twist on a classic Italian dessert!
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!
Savory Sabudana Waffles, a modern take on sabudana, a staple ingredient used all over India in vada or khichdi. Whip these beauties up as a quick breakfast or evening snack!
Enchilada Pasta Bake – dotted with colorful veggies, velvety pockets of cheese, and an array of vibrant spices, this baked Mexican Pasta is the fusion dish of your dreams!
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.
Crisped to perfection and glazed with the most gorgeous Asian-inspired sauce, this Crispy Chili Chana with crunchy vegetables and chickpeas is the most delicious appetizer ever!! Packed full of dynamic flavors, it is the perfect bold appetizer to start off a dinner party!
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!!
With soft, crunchy, and toasted textures, all mixed in one mini cocktail cup, this sabudana (sago/tapioca) appetizer is quick to make and absolutely mouthwatering. It has layers of tamarind/cilantro chutney, sabudana, veggies, potatoes, and spices for a chaat style dish! Sabudana, sago or tapioca pearls used to be one of the major components of my mother’s lavish and only meal of her fasting days. Yes, staying hungry for the entire day for your husband’s long life or for your child’s bright future are some bizarre but legendary beliefs of my beloved India. Well, enough on the incredibility of this country, let me tell you about the dish I have created based on traditional sabudana. Reflecting an individual color, each layer of this Sabudana Tapas has its own burst of flavor. The bottom-most layer of tamarind chutney gives a hint of piquantness while the middle layer of sabudana is lightly tossed with spices like salt, pepper and sugar to maintain its subtlety. The soft and elastic sabudana are introduced with crunchy peanuts and roasted namkeen, an …