Bruschetta

Bruschetta is classic antipasto recipe from Italy. Pronounced as ‘brusketta’, it makes for a perfect appetiser meal at parties or brunches. Over the period of time, this recipe has had many variations in terms of ingredients used for its topping; however here I am recreating the classic Bruschetta with tomatoes, garlic, basil, and olive oil….

Mac and Cheese

Mac and Cheese is a classic American recipe. Loaded with cheese-y goodness, this dish is perfect for kids and a favourite among adults for a warm, fuzzy wintery meal! As the name suggests, this recipe combines Macaroni pasta and different kinds of cheese, most essential being Cheddar and Parmesan; here I have used Mozzarella as…

Pasta al Limone

Pasta al Limone is a classic south Italian recipe, often known for its summery and lemony characteristics. Indeed, a diversion from the usual pasta recipes, this dish has many variations and here I have tried to recreate the authentic and most popular version. This exotic recipe has a creamy and sour texture, and is quite…

Rajma

Rajma is a typical recipe made with red kidney beans, from the northern lands of India- Punjab & Himachal Pradesh. There are many varieties of these kidney beans and different regions use distinct varieties, making this recipe unique among the many states. Here, I am using the brown kidney beans as they are easier to cook…

Penne Arrabiata

Penne arrabiata is a classic Italian number with minimal pantry ingredients. The main ingredient is red chilli flakes as arrabiata translates to ‘angry’! It is therefore no surprise that this recipe is hot and tangy on the palate and I believe the most ordered dish in any Italian restaurant! Also, it is very easy to…

Honey Chilli Veggies

Honey Chilli Veggies is a fresh take on the boring vegetables in the refrigerator. This recipe is a sweet and spicy rendition of a vegetarian Chinese appetizer, which is extremely easy to make too! You may have it as a single appetizer or as a light side dish on the menu. Ofcourse, it is high…

Ambal

Ambal is a traditional dish of Jammu in India probably originating in the reign of the Dogra dynasty. It utilises basic pantry ingredients and has a simplistic style of making. Additionally, it does not use any garlic or onion. So it is perfect for Indian festivals such as Navratri when some Hindus do not prefer…

Pasta al Pomodoro

Pasta al Pomodoro, translated to pasta with tomatoes is a classic Italian recipe. And I am not kidding, when I say it is one of the easiest pasta recipes out there with simplest pantry ingredients. Some others include Spaghetti Alio e Olio and Cacio e Pepe; do check these out on this blog. When we talk about…

Auria

Auria is a typical dish of the Dogra cuisine from the state of Jammu & Kashmir in India. Extremely easy to make, this recipe has a beautifully exotic flavour profile. It combines the sourness of the curd with the spiciness of the chillies and the mild sweetness of the fennel seeds, this dish hits the…

Cheese & Veggie Momos

Momos is one of the most trending appetizers in today’s time. What makes this delicious delight from Tibet even more special is, that it is extremely easy to make, eat, and light on the stomach too! This has been a hit especially among the youngsters and children. Now a little bit about its origins, which…

Pita Sandwich with Hummus

Pita Sandwich with Hummus is a classic Lebanese fare. It is extremely popular in the Indian restaurants as well. This recipe is mild on spices but full of flavour and extremely healthy. The key to get a smooth and original recipe of Hummus is the order of ingredients added for blending. Follow the steps below…

Tandoori Soya Chaap

Tandoori Soya Chaap is a contemporary delectable appetiser. It derives its preparation style from the Punjabi cuisine. Based on the lines of the tandoori dishes, this recipe easily finds its way to the appetiser section at any party in India. Although it is a vegetarian recipe, it has the texture of a meat dish, making…