Deviled Eggs

The term “devil” in cooking means to heavily season something, in this dish it’s the paprika on top of the creamy egg yolk filling. This is a classic European dish, served as a cold appetizer, but is a famous cocktail starter all across the globe. The natural yet dressed-up taste

Berry Skillet Pancake

Pancakes have their origin from ancient Greece and Rome. It’s a spongy bread and a popular breakfast choice across the globe. In this recipe, we have a twisted variation of the recently innovated pancakes cooked on a skillet in an oven, topped up with a generous amount of berries.


Eggless Microwave Brownie

Chocolate brownies have known to be have been invented around the 1800s. It was invented for packed boxes for a high tea, something which would be smaller than a cake but would be closer to the feel of a chocolate bar, and Voila! The world got this extraordinary piece of

Hot Chocolate

Cold, cozy nights, warm blankets, and hot chocolate is winter bliss. It’s the perfect cuddle in a cup.

Moong Dal Chilla

Chillas popularly made from besan is an Indian breakfast that originated from the western side of the country. We have a healthier take on it with Moong dal in place of besan to take to a whole new crunchier level. Do try and relish this recipe.

Basanti Pulao

Also known as Mishti or Mithe Pulao, this popular dish of Basanti Pulao is a Bengali festive delight that is made during the auspicious occasion of Durga Puja or Bengali new year is surely a heart stealer. This aromatic and bright yellow-colored rice is flavored with whole spices. Raisins and

Bacon Bread Cups

Kick-off Morning’s in style with this delicious dish of bacon Bread Cups. Crispy bread cups filled with bacon and eggs cooked perfectly. It’s super easy to make and is sure to impress!


Avocado and Egg Toast

Celebrating better food choices with an utterly delicious Avocado and Egg toast.

Topping avocado toast with an egg is a near-perfect breakfast. Try it once and we think you’ll agree!

Assamese Green papaya Chicken curry

Assamese cuisine is known for the use of unique ingredients and the recipes cooked up with the freshest of ingredients. This republic day, we want to celebrate some less celebrated, yet supremely delicious recipes, one of which is this Assamese green papaya chicken curry. This dish gets its punch from

Apple Tart

A classic french pastry, loaded with fresh apples and baked to a perfect golden brown. A delightful combination of buttery tart, crumbly crust, and irresistible fresh apple filling.

Andhra Mamsam Kura

Andhra Kodi Kura or chicken curry is really famous for its unique taste of coconuts and spice mix. This indulging dish is a must have in all celebrations and weddings across the state and more.

Andhra Kodi Kura

Andhra Kodi Kura or chicken curry is really famous for its unique taste of Guntur red chilies and coconut. It’s very balanced in terms of spice and an excellent side dish with ghee rice and steamed rice. The go-to everyday chicken curry with rice, chapati, vadas, dosa, etc

Aloo Paratha

Aloo parathas can safely be claimed as the most popular breakfast dish of the Indian subcontinent and adjoining nations. So much so that in numerous jokes it’s called the national breakfast of Punjab. It’s the soft, spongy, spicy experience inside a bread from the most humble ingredient like potatoes, which

Aloo Anardana Pyaazi Chaat

Chaats are a traditional North Indian savory, crispy, spicy, and tangy snack which is now famous worldwide. It has different attires and mix and match which makes it a wholesome deal. In this recipe, we have shown a chaat made out of fresh pomegranate seeds tossed up with boiled potatoes

Almond, carrot, banana oats Smoothie

A smoothie goes a long way and this one surely does with the goodness of almonds, the creaminess of bananas, and the punch from carrots. It’s quick and a great breakfast or a post-workout meal.

White Kabuli Sundal

Sundal salads are from the Tamil Nadu region of India, also famous in all the south Indian states of the country. It’s a snack and in its simplicity, it dictates the correct flavors and forces you to make it again and again. It’s boiled and a very simple tadka or

Seasonal fruit and nuts Parfait

Another specialty from the healthy series. Parfaits are traditional desserts made of sponge and custard layers but here, we have given a healthy twist of fruits and curd. Do try this for a quick breakfast or mid-day snack in healthier options. Also, it’s the best option for consuming fruits in

Royala Vepudu

Royala Vepudu is a dish unique to the Andhra and Telangana region of India. It’s a spicy prawn dish made for the accompaniment of rice and dal dishes. Also, this dish is a standalone very famous cocktail starter. This region has a rich growth of seafood and to honor the

Sakkarai Pongal

It’s Pongal time! The prestigious festival to thank for the rice harvest of the season which has been going on since ancient times in the southern part of the country. We bring to you this dish of Sakkarai Pongal or sweet Pongal, which is offered in this festival and also

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Red Velvet Crinkle Cookies

Red Velvet Crinkle Cookies are the new perfect Christmas cookie! They are soft and have classic flavors. The stunning color of a red velvet cake but in cookie form. It is coated with a sweet dusting of powdered sugar and once baked, gets pretty little crackles to impress.

Fun, Festive,

Painted Chocolate Couverture

Painted Chocolate Couverture Recipe


Vanhoutten Couverture Dark Chocolate
Chocolate colors (Powder)
Unrefined Cocoa Butter
Paint Brush
Poly Carbonate Chocolate Moulds
Edible Gold Foil

1. Firstly start with painting the mould with cocoa butter and color

Quinoa Tabbouleh Salad

Quinoa tabbouleh salad is popular throughout the Middle East and has recently gained popularity in Western culture.

This fresh green vegan salad has roots in Lebanese cooking and is light, refreshing, and flavorful🥗

It is extremely simple and takes only a few ingredients to make.

Serve it as a side

Plum Cake Muffins

Still vibing in the Christmas spirit!

Ending our series of Christmas recipes with a delicious Plum Cake Muffin.

Persian Rice & Chicken Curry

This saffron-infused rice recipe is as unique and bold as it can get. This rice being a staple in middle eastern cuisine m brings in an international touch at any weekday dinner table. It’s cooked in a jiffy and its mild, delicate flavor is a heartthrob for all. In this

Peanut Chikki

It’s surprising that peanut chikkis have become famous from the Indian railways. It has made its way in all households today, may it be for evening snacks with friends or a lazy tiffin day when chikkis are packed along with some cut fruits. The versatility of the chikki in both

Passion Fruit Smoothie

Passion fruit smoothie is a delicious way to get into a healthy routine. An exotic drink packed with the goodness of health and lots of flavors.

Overnight Oats

If you love a healthy breakfast but don’t want to do a whole lot of work in the morning, then overnight oats are made for you.


There’s no cooking or baking, and the best part is you don’t even get any extra dirty dishes. It’s a total winner!

No-bake Strawberry Jelly Cheesecake

The cheesecake is known to have 1st been made in the 1st ever Olympics to be served to athletes in Greece. The modern-day cheesecake has many popular homes like Japan, Russia, South Africa, the Philippines, the United States, etc. We all love cheesecakes mainly for their CHEEEZIEeee….. sweetness and melting

No-bake Energy balls

We all know about energy bars, here we have a twist to it in the form of energy balls with this gorgeous homemade recipe. No added preservatives and a long-time storage form of it. It’s so much fun to make and gives you the perfect source of fat, protein, and

Mutton Biryani in a Pressure Cooker

Biryani is not a dish but a language to express food satisfaction in India. We proudly showcase the cutest way of how a biryani could be cooked in a pressure cooker and here is a recipe for you to try with the wholesome mutton and rice cooked with a melange

Mushroom Pizza

Pizza, a dish that first had its occurrence as late as in the 18th century, has gone through lots of twists and turns in the modern world. But no one would have imagined the way the pizza is showcased in the following recipe. We don’t believe in size!:P



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Mulled Wine

Mulled wine is exactly what your winter holiday party is missing. A classic drink to spice up your cold days. It really is an extremely simple recipe, throw some spices and wine into a pot, heat it, pour it, sip it and embrace the holiday season. Back in Roman times,

Misal Pav

Misal got its name actually from “usal” in Maharashtrian, meaning mixed sprouts. Its generally topped up with farsan or namkeen crunchies, along with chopped coriander and onion, served along with the spicy gravy in which pav is dipped in and relished. It’s a modern-day invention and is very famous in

Masala Chaas

Filter coffee is an age-old coffee variant, famous in South Indian households every morning and evening. This type of coffee is very unique and different from the other variants of coffee we have.  Its preparation is shown in itself, as the sweetened milk is blended with the brewed coffee to

Leftover Dal Chawal Arancini

We realize the guilt feeling of wasting food, but sometimes unfortunately there are no options if it doesn’t get consumed. We have come up with an exciting solution for leftover rice and dal, which is mostly there in Indian households. Age-old Italian dish arancini in a completely desi style and


An age-old favorite dessert of the country, but astonishingly enough, it has its roots from the middle east in many records. Nonetheless, we have always loved it with open arms, its crunchiness, its twisted shape, and its perfect sweetness have had an everlasting craving space in our palate. 

Monsoon or

Hot Toddy

It’s officially Hot Toddy weather.Especially for winter days, you need more than just a cozy cardigan and fuzzy slippers to stay warm.

Make your Christmas merrier with this warm beverage


Xmas Brownie tree cake

Adding the season’s vibes to our simple brownie recipe with the green frosting and candy.

Christmas Brownie trees are guaranteed to bring a smile to the faces of kids and even adults.

Vietnamese roll

Vietnamese rolls, popularly known as summer rolls or salad rolls are made of rice paper, stuffed with veggies, meat, or seafood. It is the most healthy and gluten-free whole meal. This recipe is a vegetarian variety served along with spicy and chunky peanut butter sauce.

These see-through rolls are an

Ven Pongal

The dish Pongal is a tribute to the “PONGAL” festival, celebrated mostly in Tamil Nadu and southern parts of India to thank for the harvest of the year. It gets its uniqueness from moong dal and peppercorns blended with rice, curry leaves, and ginger.  Either for a wholesome breakfast or

Tuna Cutlets

Tuna is a saltwater fish, from the Atlantic ocean. The fish is popular for its dense and salty taste. It’s available mostly in India in cans, in proper brine solutions for use. This recipe is with canned tuna, with an Indian twist to it. It’s really unique and will win

Tri-color salad

Salads are not the popular choice in the Indian diet, but we found them the best for a tribute to the Indian cuisine as this year’s republic day special. We got the best of Nagpur oranges, the best product made of milk that is paneer from the Indian cuisine with

Strawberry Yoghurt Bar

Hectic mornings and no time for breakfast? We do realize that just a mug full of coffee or tea is not enough to sustain us through the day. This gifted breakfast bar recipe is sure to keep you going with all the nourishment of cereals, fruits, and yogurt. Try this

Squid Sukka

Squid sukka is a Mangalorean dish. This region is a huge seafood lover. The preparation sukka means dry or semi-dry. In this recipe, squids or calamari are cooked to perfection with roast ground spices. An amazing accompaniment with rice preparations or a starter to shine up your cocktail parties. Do

Spaghetti Bolognaise

This dish is believed to have started in the City of Bologna in Italy from as early as the 1700s. It’s pretty controversial as another set of historians believe that it was from the UK as the addition of spaghetti in the dish was invented there. Amidst these discrepancies, the

Seer Fish fry[ Traditional Style]

Seer Fish Fry is a lip-smacking appetizer and no party is complete without this fish starter.

This recipe is extremely simple and you can prepare this dish in no time. Its presence on the dining table will definitely make your guests feel delighted and hungry!

Til gud ke ladoo

Til gud ladoo traces back its existence in the ancient times when it was used as a medicine to cure indigestion,maintaining blood pressure, curing cold and much more for the various nutritional values of sesame seed and jaggery. In present times, it’s a famous snack all across the country during

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Orange, spinach, and banana smoothie

Try this easy and convenient recipe of a smoothie for carrying for your post-workout meal. Also can be consumed to kill those small hunger during the day. It’s healthy in each and every corner of the glass.

Leftover Dal Chawal Aancini

We realize the guilt feeling of wasting food, but sometimes unfortunately there are no options if it doesn’t get consumed. We have come up with an exciting solution for leftover rice and dal, which is mostly there in Indian households. Age-old Italian dish arancini in a completely desi style and


The tale of Gajak goes long back when nuts and jaggery were cooked together to make energy bars for soldiers in the Mughal army. The taste of this pushed for it to get adopted by commoners and has become a delicacy, during the festive season of Sankranti and Lohri in

Filter Coffee

Filter coffee is an age-old coffee variant, famous in South Indian households every morning and evening. This type of coffee is very unique and different from the other variants of coffee we have.  Its preparation is shown in itself, as the sweetened milk is blended with the brewed coffee to

Crispy Onion Rings

Onion rings were invented in Texas, in the early 1920s, and since then, it has been so loved by all that the world adopted it with their own takes and improvisation to it. It’s an excellent pocket-friendly and clever snack for cocktail parties and high teas. In this recipe, we

Cafe latte

Cafe latte is well known for the silky foam of coffee and milk which add to the whole coffee drinking experience. It got famous in the ’90s and is a popular selection still in coffee shops. Don’t worry if you are stuck at home and you miss your morning coffee

Breakfast Microwave egg muffins

Those busy, hustle-bustle days and the rush of making and having breakfast is an everyday, weekday story in all households. This recipe is easy, convenient, with available ingredients at home. It’s a fresh way of eating eggs and when you serve them, it will surprise your family and make them

Berry Skillet Pancake

Pancakes have their origin from ancient Greece and Rome. It’s a spongy bread and a popular breakfast choice across the globe. In this recipe, we have a twisted variation of the recently innovated pancakes cooked on a skillet in an oven, topped up with a generous amount of berries.


Crab Xacuti

The xacuti story started in the state of Goa, from its rich cultural influence from the Portuguese. This dish is basically the masala, which can be made with any meat of your choice. We have shown some crabs to go along with this. The masala gets uniqueness from the grated

Frozen Yoghurt Barks

This dish is adored in modern times to have sweet frozen treats. Frozen yogurt barks are an absolute wonder of what best can happen with yogurt. It’s fun to cook as much it’s fun to eat them. This “rose day” we have a special treat in the form of these

Kashmiri Kahwa

Kashmiri kahwa is a tea from ancient times with its roots going back to the spice route. But it originates from the Himalayan valleys, and the tea celebrates the spices of India in the most gorgeous way possible. The tea is brewed to perfection, served with nuts, and it’s the

Leftover Bread Mawa Roll

A sweet creation from the leftover series! Do you have those moments when you have bought in some bread, but they have dried up or are leftover from the breakfast table? Always felt really bad discarding whole slices? Not to worry, we bring to you the yummiest alternative to it.

Matar ki kachodi

Kachoris have surprisingly been in existence from the 16th century in the Indian subcontinent. It’s a popular breakfast and snack item in the Northern and eastern parts of the country. It’s stuffed with green peas and unique Indian spices and is a winter specialty.

Foggy winter mornings and matar ki

Moong dal Paneer dosa

A modern-day improvised version of dosa. Yellow moong dal stuffed with creamy and spicy cottage cheese or paneer filling. The best offering for an individual who loves to explore and dare the ordinary flavors.

This recipe is full of nutrients, protein, and yumminess.

Papaya and Chia seed Parfait

Another specialty from the healthy series. Parfaits are traditional desserts made of sponge and custard layers but here, we have given a healthy twist with papaya and curd to satisfy your sweet craving with the goodness of fiber, natural sugar, and proteins. Do try this for a quick breakfast or

Patiala Lassi

Lassi is originated from the land of Punjab and Multan, but it adopted worldwide as the best summer coolant. Its curd, sweet and pure pleasure in a glass. The summer days of Lassi after a chole bhature breakfast or an Indian thali Lunch and the so-called “ power naps” results

Sattu Ka Sharbat

Sattu ka sharbat is also known as India’s oldest “Instant food”. It originated in the state of Bihar, but it has its presence all around the country. It has enormous nutritional values like proteins, fibers and a large number of carbohydrates make it a meal in itself. Great diet food

Charcoal Smoked Soya Chaap

Soya chaaps are an extremely famous street food of Northern India, it’s known for the meaty delight it gets in spite of its vegan roots. Its made of soya chunks and soya beans blended together with all-purpose flour and then stuck onto ice cream sticks and boiled to be later

Tandoori Chai

Tandoori chai was 1st discovered at a tea corner in Pune in Modern times. The tea is half brewed on the saucepan and half brewed in the piping hot desi kulhad, mostly heated up in a tandoor and served to customers. We might have seen this and been amazed at

Eggless Dessert Tubs By Rashi

Eggless Dessert Tubs


1st Recipe – Chocolate Indulgence Jar
Elements Required
● Vanilla Cake Sponge
● Oreo/ Dark Fantasy biscuits
● 200 grams

Kadali Nadia Kakera Pitha

For filling –
1 cup grated coconut,
1 banana (Ripe Sliced),
1/2 cup mixed nuts and Raisin as your choice,
1/2 cup jaggery,
2 tbsp sugar,
Pinch of salt,
1 tsp black pepper powder,
2 to 3 freshly grounded cardamom.



1/2 tin MILKMAID
4 cups, (600 ml) of Milk
300 gm, well-mashed chena
(1.5-liter milk boil, and add vinegar and wash it thoroughly)
8-10 strands of saffron
1/2 tsp Cardamom Powder
10-12, chopped Pistachios and almonds
1 liter Water
2 cups (300

Jaggery Thekua

Jaggery Thekua

Jaggery Thekua Ingredients

1.5 Cup Whole Wheat Flour
1/2 Cup Jaggery
1/4 Cup Water
1.5 Tsp Fennel Seeds
3/4 Tsp Cardamom Powder
1 Tsp Crushed Pepper
1 Tsp Dry Ginger Powder
2-3 Tablespoon of milk
2.5 Tbsp Ghee or Butter (Room Temp)

The Autumn Verrine

The Autumn Verrine

Here are components of The Autumn Verrine

Pumpkin Spice Ganache
Sautéed Apple Marmalade
Milk Chocolate Chantilly

Here are the Equipments needed to prepare Autumn Verrine

-Hand Mixer Whisk Attachment

-Double Boiler
-Sauce pan

-Piping Bags (Disposable preferred)
-Verrine (of your choice)
-Bubble Wrap

Kerala Beef Cutlet

Kerala Beef Cutlet is an appetizer never missed out on at parties.  A great snack that can be munched on at any time of the day. These super delicious bite-sized croquettes are made with beef cooked in spices dipped in an egg mix, coated in breadcrumbs and are then deep-fried. 

Carrot Cake

Carrot Cake is a rich and moist spice cake, full of grated carrot, and toasted nuts. A lush cake that tastes like Christmas within every bite.

It has great flavor, especially when covered with delicious cream cheese frosting. The pretty orange flecks of grated carrot give the cake a natural

X-mas Mousse cup

X-mas mousse is an adorable and utterly delicious dessert. These mousse cups are filled with luscious cream inside. The best way to eat them is just to eat off the tops and then eat the chocolate cup. They definitely taste so good! 

Do try this super simple recipe and let


Eggless Christmas Plum Cake

Eggless Christmas Plum Cake is the most loved recipe of the holiday season. In India, the plum cake is prepared during Christmas time. Some places have additional ingredients such as rum or brandy added. Traditionally the dry fruits are soaked in alcohol a month before Christmas. This adds extra zing

Virgin Pineapple Daiquiri

Virgin Pineapple Daiquiri is a tropical drink that can be made easily at home. It’s fruity and intriguing and perfect for entertaining. Here is the recipe for this super easy and delicious mocktail. This holiday season whips up this exotic drink and enjoys it with your family and friends.

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Vada Pav

Street food that is loved and devoured with much passion is Vada Pav. It is the perfect snack to have on the go.

It is not only affordable but is also extremely easy to make at home. And because of all these factors, this delicious snack has gained popularity.

Gajar Ka Halwa

Indulge in the crunch of the sweet carrots meddled perfectly with the creaminess of milk aromatic ghee, and mawa. Gajar ka halwa is an Indian delicacy enjoyed by one and all. An absolute winner amongst winter desserts.

Have those gorgeous juicy carrots made their way in your veggie shopping bag?

Shahi Gobi Pasanda

Gobi Pasanda is a saucy, creamy, and mildly spiced culinary delight. Pasanda originated in the 16th century and was a staple at the courts of Mughal Emperors. The royalness of this dish lies in the making of this smooth and aromatic curry. 

Do try this recipe and give “Gobhi” a

Patrani Macchi

Patrani Macchi is a classic dish from Parsi cuisine. In this recipe, spicy green coconut chutney is smothered in fish. Which is then wrapped in banana leaves, and steamed to perfection. Parsis migrated to India from Persia and are descended from the Persian Zoroastrians. It is a small community but


Patishapta, a unique sweet dish widely famous in Bengal, especially during the sankranti time of the year. Can be safely related as the cousin of its french counterpart “crepes”, this dish is made out of rice crepes stuffed with a humble serving of coconut and jaggery filling to honour the


Thukpa is a traditional soup recipe from Tibet. It has been adopted widely in a lot of Indian states from there like Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Nagaland, Mizoram, parts of north Bengal, etc. It was at first made from the mutton stew and fresh noodles boiled in the stock. We have

Makki ki Roti and Sarson Ka Saag

Sarson Da Saag and Makki di roti is an evergreen, classic combo that is loved by everyone. The classic Punjabi dish is best when served with some white butter; jaggery or honey. It is a Nutrient-rich delicacy that is a fusion of taste and health. Cooking this authentic recipe is

Strawberry Compote

Do you know that compote is a dessert that originated in medieval Europe!

Compote in french means mixture and is used as filling for desserts or toppings.

For the strawberry compote, all you need is some fresh berries, a bit of sugar, and a splash of water or juice


Bombay Sandwich

You would be surprised to know that this popular street food was invented during colonial times. Bombay Sandwich is a great mix of carbs and fiber in the form of boiled potatoes and veggies. This Sandwich is made with white bread, slathered with mint chutney, and a lot of butter.

Stick Kulfi

How did Kulfi introduce itself?

I am so cool, my selfie is Kulfi

Who loves Kulfi in winter? Let us know in the comments.


As difficult as the name could be to pronounce, it definitely worth a shot to relish some. These sweet dumplings from the land of Kerala are a showstopper in themselves. This dish gets its impressive taste from jaggery and coconuts cooked together and stuffed into rice coating, steamed to perfection.

Atte Ki Pinni

Atte Ki Pinni is an extremely popular Punjabi dessert made with whole wheat flour, nuts, and oodles of ghee. The gorgeous round-shaped pinnies have a nutty flavor and crumbly texture. It is a perfect wintersweet and is filled with the goodness of health. It is called pinni in Punjabi because

Chicken Cafreal

Cafreal is a Goan delicacy which was introduced by Portuguese. it has become an important part of Goan cuisine.