Caribbean-Style Corn on the Cob
Roasted corn on the cob coated w/ homemade aioli, paprika, Parmesan cheese and parsley, this Caribbean-style corn will change the way you eat corn forever.
Masala Dosa | Easy South Indian Masal Dosai | Indian Breakfast Recipe
Masala Dosa - King of all dosas. A crispy dosa filled with a delicious potato masala. Dosa is a South Indian savory crepe prepared using a fermented rice and dal batter.
Easy Homemade Naan Recipe - Step By Step Photos - Budget Bytes
Soft, pillowy, homemade naan is easier to make than you think and it's great for sandwiches, pizza, dipping into soups and sauces, and more.
How to Fold Samosa - Fauzia’s Kitchen Fun
Here is a Googled image on how to fold samosas neatly. Hope it helps someone! 🙂 And here is my favourite samosa filling: Keema Filling [...]Read More...
BAINGAN BHARTA RECIPE
BAIGAN BHARTA RECIPE (LC14206) - This dish is an Indian vegetarian recipe with origins form the North of India. The aubergines / brinjals are roasted & skinned and cooked in a onion & tomato spiced thick gravy.
Pani Puri / Gol Gappa Recipe - PRIYA KITCHENETTE
Pani Puri or Gol Gappa is one of my favorite street food. It is also the most famous street food in India. Whether you call it pani puri, puchka or gol gappa, everyone loves to have a share of it. I shared a recipe for how to make puris for pani puri earlier on my... Read More »
Condensed Milk Rava Ladoo - Easy Diwali Sweets - Sharmis Passions
Condensed Milk Rava Ladoo is a very quick and easy sweet that you can make for Diwali.I have already posted Rava Laddu Recipe both ghee and milk versions, Condensed Milk Rava Ladoo and this one is a variation with condensed milk. This rava laddu is not crisp, it is very soft had has a melt...Read More »
Puri for Pani Puri or Puchka (Golgappa Puri) | Sooji Puri for Pani Puri
Sooji Puri for golgappa or pani puri or puchka with step by step photos. The perks of making rava puris at home is that fresh oil and ingredients are used to make the puri. plus no additives or preservatives are added.
Punjabi Egg Curry | My Heart Beets
This Punjabi egg curry is one of my favorite go-to egg recipes because not only is it easy to make, it's also incredibly flavorful. You add hard-boiled eggs to a spiced tomato sauce and in less than 30 minutes, dinner is done. Serve this on top of rice, cauli-rice or with my paleo naan.