Find easy breezy dishes that taste great but do not require cooking, like salads, drinks, cheese platters, no bake desserts and others from India and abroad here.
Strawberries and mangoes come together to make a great snack for kids or anyone who wants a light, fresh, non-spicy treat. Serve with chips.
Recipe by: Sarah Lynch
Shevpuri is another great Indian street food. It is spicy, sweet and sour, and each bite is filled with flavorful crunchiness of puris.
Recipe by: Megha_Karanjkar
This is a wonderful drink for autumn - or year round!
Recipe by: Stacia Gowens
This is a mildly hot side dish that is served with rice. Its powdery texture makes it quite unique, and the lemon extract sprinkled right before the dish is served also gives it a flavorful edge.
Recipe by: shammi_mustafa
I used red capsicums and mangoes to make my version of Gazpacho, the classic Spanish cold soup.
Recipe by: USA WEEKEND columnist Pam Anderson
Give your usual chutney a break and use this sauce with egg rolls, momos or over stir-fried chicken and veggies.
Recipe by: Jackie Smith
This is a special way to have chola ( a kind of Dal-lentil) bhuna during Ramadan. The chanachur adds in the special crunchy edge.
Recipe by: Navid_Arif
I had a minty lemonade when I was travelling in the Middle East. Such a easy, yummy drink! Ayurveda has spoken highly of mint's cooling properties.
Recipe by: EC3KFNW
Policha ladoo is quite of a unique form of ladoo as it is made from chapati ( tortillas or roti). These are delicious by themselves and are often made for homely get togethers or festivals.
Recipe by: Prajakta_Karanjkar
This is such a bright, tasty drink that it can cheer you up even on the most gloomy, sun less day!
Recipe by: mottsbela