All posts tagged: fusion

Rasmalai Falooda - a fusion of two beloved Indian desserts with fruits and jelly. Garnished with some edible 24k gold, it’s the perfect way to elevate the classic flavors that are enjoyed all over India!

Rasmalai Falooda

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!

With warm corn, spicy masala, and crunchy vegetables, this Asian Corn Bhel checks off all of the boxes! Perfect as a Friday evening snack or quick appetizer, it’s hard to beat that signature Indo-Chinese flavor!

Asian Corn Bhel

With warm corn, spicy masala, and crunchy vegetables, this Asian Corn Bhel checks off all of the boxes! Perfect as a Friday evening snack or quick appetizer, it’s hard to beat that signature Indo-Chinese flavor! This appetizer is the perfect transition from summer to fall. With the warmth of the boiled corn paired with the freshness of the veggies, there’s a beautiful contrast in this dish. The masalas add this spicy, tangy, and salty flavor that everyone loves of Indo-Chinese food! Try it as a movie night snack or for a backyard get-together, and enjoy this fun twist on bhel! WATCH HOW TO MAKE ASIAN CORN BHEL: With warm corn, spicy masala, and crunchy vegetables, this Asian Corn Bhel checks off all of the boxes! Perfect as a Friday evening snack or quick appetizer, it’s hard to beat that signature Indo-Chinese flavor! Subscribe to my YouTube Channel for step-by-step videos. DID YOU MAKE THIS RECIPE? Don’t forget to tag @naturallynidhi on Instagram and hashtag it #naturallynidhi. You can also post your pictures to my facebook …

Sabudana Tapas

Sabudana Tapas

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 …