Pronounced Basil Roo-ee, here's a fantastic summer appetizer- Basil and tomatoes are seasoned with green chilli, garlic and sea salt. Serve with toasted baguette slices or pita wedges.
Here's my classic pesto - made with basil, olive oil, pine nuts and Parmesan cheese. Try this for a change from the usual dhania chutney.
Mustard powder and adrak makes an easy marinade for pork chops and chicken.
This is a great recipe for easy, fragrant herb rice. Great with a creamy kofta or mutton curry.
An Indian touch to an Italian classic recipe....
This snack is surprisingly tasty and a crowd pleaser. It’s a perfect appetizer for parties as well as an excellent last minute meal solution. Kids will love to help too. For me, it's always a no-brainer and a terrific hit at parties!
Bhelpuri tastes great with an afternoon tea, and it is a very famous snack in India. Serve it with tamarind chutney.
These are disk like pieces made from coriander leaves or kothimbir dipped in besan batter. Enjoy this true Maharashtrian dish with chutney.
This is a healthy and light side dish that can be served for lunch or dinner with chapattis.
These are crunchy fried squares made from flour base and then served with delicious toppings. This dish is a great starter!
Rassa methi is a fenugreek gravy. It is especially made during the cold seasons owing to its herbal properties. It is great for fighting infections and relieving congestion.
Moong daal ki bhaji is a dish of fried balls of Moong lentils. They can serve as great appetizers with chutneys.
This is a nutrient rich dish made from fenugreek leaves. Serve with warm chapattis.
Shevpuri is another great Indian street food. It is spicy, sweet and sour, and each bite is filled with flavorful crunchiness of puris.
These are round deep fried slices of a mix of besan and various kind of flours, seasoned with fenugreek leaves. Serve with chunteys.