A classic dish from the Punjab, Bhindi Fry is an excellent side dish with rice or rotis.
Another dish from the Punjab, Aloo Gajar Matar ki Sabzi is great with rotis, parathas as well as rice and dal.
Popular in South Indian homes, the Cabbage Poriyal is packed with simple deliciousness.
No Indian street food is complete without the humble Coriander Chutney.
A simple twist from the traditional guacamole recipe.
Angara Podi is South India’s famous natural antidote for stomach ailments.
Rarely served in Indian restaurants, Didir Dosa is another classic from my Amma’s treasure chest of old recipes.
Often considered a healthy breakfast or tiffin meal, Rava Upma is a favorite among South Indians including myself.
A bowl of hot Pak Choi Soup is the perfect way to warm up on cold winter evenings.
My Gajar Matar ki Sabzi has one secret ingredient. Do you want to know what it is?
Looking for a novel way to cook eggplants? Try out this recipe for Baingan Tamatar Sabzi.
Peanut Raita is a yoghurt-based dip from North India, that is often prepared with Sabudana Khichdi.
Quarantine means that I get to spend more time cooking fresh and nutrient-packed meals. This spicy vegetable curry is one of my kitchen creations.
Discover why Kadai Paneer, one of India’s most popular paneer gravy dishes, is so hard to resist.
The staple of dhabas in North India, Palak Paneer busts the myth that vegetarian food is boring.
The ideal side dish for a hot summer day or lunch thali, raita is both simple and refreshing to eat.
This simple milk-based mixed fruit dessert is both refreshing and healthy.
Paneer stir fry vegetable gravy is a North Indian inspired simple and quick recipe that comes packed with nutrients, colors and flavors.
This Potato Raita recipe comes with an extra spice!
Know Your Food
Based on Ayurvedic and Yogic principles, a Sattvic Diet combines healthy eating with higher spiritual consciousness.
With a tantalizing mix of aromas, colors and flavors, spices are an integral part of Indian kitchens and recipes.
My top Indian street foods from my many gastronomic adventures with vegetarian Indian cuisine. Enjoy!