Za’atar is a combination of a handful of different spices that packs a punch of flavor. Simply grind and put into a sealed container and sprinkle on almost anything!
Creamy, vibrant mango pudding topped with berries or jam is a deliciously easy dessert to create with in only a few ingredients.
A simple pesto, loaded with robust flavors, earthy mint and pistachios, a zing of lemon, creamy avocados and parmesan. Perfect for weeknight dinners.
Enjoy a spicy chai beverage in the heat of summer over ice. Boil your favorite tea with the iconic spices and chill. Serve with mint and slices of lemon.
Colorful and delicious beet gnocchi with a creamy coconut sauce. Watch the video to see how to make the shaped dough.
Slow cooked lamb sandwiches on a baguette will delight the palate with sweet onions and spicy aioli.
Toasted with a kick, these pecans have a bourbon punch from a single barrel Kentucky beauty and some cayenne to beautifully create a snack with smokiness.
This healthier take on an American favorite has a slight Indian flair with a coriander-spiced patty and thick yogurt sauce.
Store this fava bean and pumpkin seed pesto in the refrigerator and pull it out whenever you are in a hurry and can’t be very creative.
Prerna Singh with a colorful, and exotic suggestion for your next lunch box meal.
Khasta Kachori is everything Indian food is famous for, spicy, flaky, has a tang to it and is extremely addictive.
Halva is a popular Indian sweet dish, very similar to a pudding made with either a type of flour, ground nut, vegetable or fruit as base.
Prerna Singh with some sweet and savory shortbread cookies, inspired by her mother’s baking.
Methi Murgh is a delicious indian dish featuring chicken cooked with fresh fenugreek leaves.
These tender and vibrant little sweet treats demand no adulteration. Less does the trick with them.
This is an extremely easy but very tasty goat curry where the meat is cooked to perfection with some basic five spices on slow heat.
Rose petal jam and ice cream is one of the most addictive combinations you can sink your teeth into.
Prerna Singh with a rich and creamy rice pudding dessert.
This is a basic tomato based curry paste recipe that is the base of almost all Indian curries.
Whatever you call these potatoes or whichever way you serve them they still remain classic Indian comfort food.
Prerna Singh is finally – after six years of trial and error – able to make her mom’s pickled red chili peppers.
Kadhi is a spiced soup that you make by thinning out yogurt with water and cooking it with chickpea flour.
Prerna Singh serves a lovely Indian pancake that can be filled with just about anything that tastes good.
This recipe from Prerna Singh is inspired by her mother’s Mango Chutney recipe.