Stay warm with a flavorful vegetarian soup with roasted red peppers and tofu.
Roasted chestnuts are delicious all on their own but this faux-hummus is a fun way to experiment with the seasonal treat.
This spiced fig preserve would add a touch of exoticism to any cheese plate.
Homemade marmalade is a great way to preserve fruits and get a taste of citrus all through the colder months.
The hazelnuts gives this thick soup a creamy and delicious finish.
Beet greens and the ever so colorful and beautiful swiss chard together make for an excellent combination.
Are you in the mood for a simple and refreshing summer salad. Then try this recipe from Priya Mahadevan.
It doesn’t take beyond 15 minutes of prep time and 20 minutes to cook about 10 of these delightful parathas.
This is the easiest meal you can ever prepare, and probably the tastiest.
It contains all the goodness of papaya, pineapple, blueberries, kiwi, flaxseed meal, a dash of ginger powder and a little sage to make it aromatic.
Enjoy this thai red curry recipe from Priya Mahadevan. An awesome and simple dish for a slow weekday night.
So easy to make and so delicious, you’ve got to try this and feel the rush and the power of making your very own homemade marmalade.
The fat content is hopefully negated by the goodness of the greens. A deliciously creamy soup recipe for those who love spinach.
This is the simplest, tastiest and healthiest broccoli preparation if one is looking to Indianize this green and great veggie.
This wonderful dish is both light, delicious and awfully simple to make, if you follow this recipe.
This simple, quick and fabulous chutney can accompany dosa, (lentil crepes) Idlis (savory cakes) or even get mixed in with rice.
What sets this bread apart is the incredible crustiness of the outside shell and the incredible softness of its inside.
This colorful Indo – Chinese inspired vegetable stir fry is a perfect light lunch. By…
Halwa is a dessert that is usually contains nuts, dried fruit and flour. Here, fresh, handpicked figs are used to make it deliciously sweet.
Priya Mahadevan presents a deliciously fresh whey focaccia.
These delicious carrot and pea samosas are quite easy to make with the help of a pasta machine.
Idlis are a healthy, yet filling way to start the day in South India. Here they are served as sandwiches with steamed couscous.
A fun and delicious take on the classic dolmades, with taro leaves and an Indian inspired stuffing.
When it comes to Samosas, it’s all about the stuffing. Take the Indian snack to a new high with a mix of sweet potatoes and beetroots.
Priya put freshly picked zucchinis from her garden to work to make these delicious bajjis or fritters.
If food is meant to be alluring, tempting and seductive, then this dish nails those desires.
This recipe is made with completely homegrown vegetables. Wholesome, hearty and utterly delicious.
After a cherry-shopping spree, Priya Mahandevan makes a delicious chutney from lovely semi-ripe cherries.
Priya Mahadevan incorporates the super healthy and fatty avocado into one of her favorite bread recipes.
Kuchen is German for “cake”, and this is one of the easiest, lightest and tastiest cakes ever.
These dainty purple beauties are sharp and delicious in taste, perfect for frying.
This cashew chutney is an ideal dip or spread for crackers, chips, pita or breads wraps.
If you think a classic paella is too “fishy”, here’s a lovely and colorful vegetarian version.
Brown Tomatoes and Mozzarella marinated in port wine for a simple yet pleasing hor d’oeuvres…
Ricotta Rasmalai is one of Eastern India’s most popular desserts.
Red peppers have a beautiful flavor and are incredibly delicious as chutneys and spreads.
A creamy soup to lift tempers and temperatures during the last cold weeks of winter.
Pakoras are a very popular Indian fried snack, unbelievably addictive and highly caloric, considering they are always deep fried.
Priya Mahadevan creates seven different takes on the globally popular Levantine dish.