These ladoos are prepared majorly in most of the South Indian homes during festivals and puja’s.
This deep-fried syrup-coated sweet is popular around India as well as the Middle East and North Africa.
This veggie-heavy dish is a great way to bounce back from a weekend of over-indulgence.
Indian spices and a trio of nuts give this shake a range of complex flavors and condensed milk adds a rich creaminess.
Puran poli is a traditional Marathi and Gujarati sweet dish served during major festivals in India.
Lychee fruit can be hard to track down but well worth it, they’re sweet and full of health benefits for a delicious guilt-free milkshake.
You can replace the sugar with honey or avoid adding sugar altogether to this northern Indian drink if your mangoes are particularly sweet.
Always store the Chutney in a clean, dry glass container and use dry spoon to take out the chutney for a longer shelf life.
For this dish you don’t need too many ingredients, and you can probably find all of them easily in your own pantry.
You can add veggies of your choice along with the salad and experiment it to suit your tastes.
Enjoy this super-tasty stuffed potato shells recipe from Anamika Sharma. A truly delicious summer dish.
A perfect drink for hot summers, easy quick and deliciously refreshing.
Layers of Mango chunks and Pomegranate pearls one after the other – In-between the fruits some flavored yogurt. it is simply heavenly!
These awesome fried potato balls are crispy on the outside and soft within.
Try this great nacho salad recipe, made by Anamika Sharma’s daughter Anshika.
Super easy ice cream without using an ice cream maker. Get this, and many other awesome ice cream recipes on Honest Cooking today.
A refreshing combo of lime juice and mint in a simple Indian drink.
This simple and super tempting white chocolate chip cookies recipe will surely put you in awe.
These flat breads from the Indian state of Gujarat are soft, thin and have great shelf life.
A delicious platter of Indian flavored crispy potatoes to be dipped in your favorite sauces.
Serve this marmalade on toast, crackers, biscuit’s, Indian paratha, cake and even ice creams.
Ladoos, sugary chickpea flour sweets, are used on almost all festive occasions in India, mainly in Puja’s or Prayers.
Khichuri is a delicious comfort dish, customary to cook during religious festivals in Bengal.
A great dish for anyone who have a busy lifestyle, you can cook it over the weekend, then refrigerate and consume within 2 days.
You don’t need too many ingredients to prepare this delicious, wonderfully moist coconut sweet.
An easy and quick breakfast option for all you mangoholics out there.
Try these tempting deep fried Indian delights from Anamika Sharma.