Lasooni Chicken Malai Kebabs are an enhanced version of chicken kebabs with my twist of lasooni tadka enriched with some cream/malai to add an extra kick. These kebabs are tender, juicy and full of flavor.
Gnocchi are small fluffy pillows popularly known as Italian dumplings!
These fluffy pillows are tender and turn out to be super delicious when mixed with herbs and seasonings.
Watermelon cooler is a 3 ingredient summer drink that is not only refreshing but also quite filling. If you’re short in time, this drink is a convenient on-the-go breakfast, snack, or an evening beverage, and there are no limits to what you can add to one.
Being inspired with these kebabs, I tried my hands on to make Baked Cheese Cups, which is a baked version and quite similar to the Hara Bhara Kebabs. Ofcourse, they are not deep fried, but you can shallow fry the or cook it on a pan with very little oil or butter.
French Fries is something that makes everyone go Head-Over-Heals!!! My love for Fries began right from my school days where mum prepared these using fresh golden winter potatoes with a sprinkle of salt and pepper. It was our Friday Evening snack!!
Being inspired by the Cheesy Fries, I thought of giving it a magical twist by adding some additional flavors of mayo and some chicken sausages. Ofcourse, the vegetarians can skip chicken.
This chicken recipe is super easy to make filled with deliciousness and goodness of all the flavors and juices. With a few ingredients, you can prepare and serve this chicken dish as starters or serve it with garlic rice, mashed potatoes or a simple salad.
Falafel is a classic Middle Eastern & Mediterranean street food often served with Hummus or Tahina / Tahini. These delicious balls of are made of chickpeas and goodness of fresh herbs which can be used in wraps, pitas, salads or wrapped sandwiches.
This recipe shows you how to make Falafel from chickpeas and fresh herbs. My secret to make Falafel soft and spongy from inside is to add….
Macaroni is something my brother and I have loved since childhood days. Every time I prepare this, it takes me back to my kiddie days where we came back from school and mom served us a yummy delicious plate full of macaroni. Those days it was not something fancy, yet mom’s magic was something that added so much of goodness that made even a simple dish so delicious.
Spaghetti has been my all time favourite and most easiest to make specially when your tied up with different chores around. It’s the most comfort and go to weekday meal.
Tossed with a spring onions, garlic, veggies and flavourful seasonings this spaghetti takes on a hint of Asian flair. Add the crispy, fried paneer add some deliciousness and salty bites.