Kanji wada – One of the lesser known side dishes, the water or the kanji has an interesting mix of spices making it tasty and is also good for digestion
Coffee - This recipe brings together the aroma of coffee and green cardamom beautifully.
Chivda – One of the most loved snack can be made at home so easily
Daal baati churma - This Rajasthani speciality is relished by people across cultures. Not the easiest of dishes to cook at home, do try this recipe and you will realise it is not as daunting as you probably imagined.
Chole – Chole without ginger & garlic? Yes and it tastes very good.
Mooli parantha – A very different take on the usual method of making mooli (radish) paratha. Instead of stuffing, the mooli is kneaded in the dough with the leaves as well.
Black urad dal – Here is a recipe of the famed black dal without garlic and very little ginger, don’t need to add tons of oil, ghee or butter, just enough and yet enjoy the super flavour
Dahi wada – One of the most popular side dishes, in our recipe get the trick to making soft wadas that just melt in your mouth
Paneer in kasuri methi – We all have had shahi paneer, try this paneer dish with the wonderful flavour of kasuri methi.
Garam masala – Yes it can be made very easily at home. Get the 12 ingredient spice mix in our recipe
Aloo tikki - This Indian delicacy has transcended both domestic and International boundaries and is easily one of the most popular snack.
Ghiya koftas – Koftas without any spices, yes these koftas are just that in a mildly spices curd based curry
Savoury vermicelli - It is a light and tasty breakfast option especially when we get bored of the more common options like poha, upma and idlis.
Makki parantha - We all know about makki or corn flour roti, but try this makki parantha recipe with different vegetables.
Vegetable biryani – This vegetarian biryani brings together the goodness of vegetables with rice and spices with the requisite dose of flavours.
Paneer – Make soft paneer easily at home
Besan ka pooda – This savoury gram flour pancake is a great breakfast option and has the goodness of vegetables too.
Mooli ki sabzi – You must have had radish as a salad many times, try this tasty recipe that has basic spices.
Meethi chutney - Enjoy this favourite chutney that has goodness of dates and is made using jaggery instead of refined sugar.
Namakpare - A small handful of this crunchy nuggets can satiate evening time hunger pangs while sipping on hot tea or coffee.
Vegetable samosa - This recipe is different from the usual samosa, focussing essentially on different vegetables with the masalas playing a supporting role.
Mirchi ka achaar - This pickle is made using light green colour chillies, which are not very spicy.
Tur/Arhar dal khichdi - This is our take on the khichdi, combining tur/arhar dal with rice and some vegetables.
Green chutney - This recipe for green chutney, staying true to the philosophy of simple yet delicious food actually involves a lot less ingredients than most would imagine.
Palak parantha – A great way to incorporate spinach in your diet. A wholesome breakfast option.
Aate ki mathi - Try these savoury homemade biscuits/cookies made from wheat flour which are a great accompaniment with evening time tea.
Sarson ka saag – This dish needs no introduction and all those who have so far refrained from trying it at home, do check out our recipe
Aloo Badiyaan – This Punjab speciality is so packed with flavours it does not require much spices.
Mango & lehsve ka achaar - We have all had Mango pickle, infact it is probably the most popular pickle. Try this recipe which combines mango with lehsva (gunda).
Missi roti – This wheat flour and gram flour flat bread is a favourite during winter and rainy season.
Naan – Most of us are fond of Naan, try this recipe of Naan with a paneer filling.
Kadhi - Kadhi is so versatile it can be enjoyed with steamed rice, kachoris, puri, thepla and even khichdi.
Chilla – Try our rendition of the original, where we have added paneer giving it a softer texture and great taste that goes very well with the moong dal and spice mix
Paneer koftas – Delicious paneer kofta with filling in a tomato-onion-cashewnut gravy
Khoya Matar - The combination of peas, cashew, raisins and a very special ingredient in gravy that is without ginger or garlic.
Aloo ki Sabzi and Bedmi - This dish is a unique twist in terms of flavours and ingredients on the regular poori bhaji that people are used to eating.
Homemade Delicacies Desserts
Phirni - It has the most soft-silky texture well-punctuated with the coarse dryfruits. This dessert is light on the palate and very easy to make.
Maal pooda - The ‘melt in your mouth’ texture of the puda dunked in aromatic sugar syrup is an absolute delight.
Chocolate coconut laddoo – This recipe brings together chocolate and coconut in a nice dessert without any added sugar
Shakarpare - A regular during festivals, this is more like a sweet snack that can be stored for weeks and enjoyed.
Kesar pista ice cream - This is a very simple no fuss recipe to make wholesome, delicious ice-cream at home.
Badam ka halwa - Relatively less popular halwa, this dessert is extremely easy and equally tasty. It is amazing how with just three ingredients you can make something so delicious.
Gajar ka halwa - This winter speciality is eagerly awaited every year. Probably the most popular halwa, people across cultures enjoy it.
Gujia - The softness of the mawa alongwith the crunch of chironji blends beautifully with the soft sugary dough of the gujia.
Besan ka ladoo - Arguably the most popular ladoo, it is delicious and is usually made by people on special occasions and festivals.
Meetha pooda - Made with wheat flour instead of all-purpose flour, this dish is great when you want to quickly whip up something sweet to eat.
Ghiya/Doodhi ka halwa - This simple recipe, without trying too hard checks the boxes on both taste and flavour.
Churma - This dessert is actually eaten with the combination of dal and baati, a traditional Rajasthani dish. But it tastes really good as it is too.
Chashniwali Chawal - This rich, yet light on the palate, easy to make sweet dish is one of the most underrated desserts in India.
Meethi roti – This wheat flour flatbread is a good option to keep a batch of especially when want to eat something sweet but are feeling lazy to cook
Aate ka ladoo - This slightly humble in popularity aate/goond ka ladoo is high on taste and also has health benefits