A delightfully yummy cutlet made by sandwiching a vegetable medley filling between crackers, this easy appetizer is baked to perfection. Crispy, explosive, and vibrant, these are sure to be a hit at any party or gathering!
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!
12 minute Instant Pot Aloo Matar – a spicy, flavorful potato and peas Indian curry which is a great meal option for busy weekdays.
These cutlets made with moong sprouts and potatoes, folded in with some subtle spices, make the perfect after school snack for kids! Serve it with a seasonal mango mint dip and a fresh mango arugula salad for a great party appetizer! Either way, these cutlets will have your kids or guests wanting it for every meal!
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!
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 …