This quick and simple recipe of Flattened Rice Poha or Kanda poha is quite popular India and is a staple breakfast food in many households.
This soft oat and apple cake is easy to make and can be served with honey or as-is with tea, cider or a glass of milk. A simple, sweet treat.
These crackers are a play on a version of dill and potato rotis. Serve with tea or a cold salad for a perfect pair.
Mini date cakes are soft and rich with a hint of cocoa, perfect for a breakfast treat or dessert.
The spicy-sweet flavor of cardamom is the star in these aromatic muffins.
Cooked dates provide the sweetness in these treats which are easy to customize with dried fruits and nuts of your choice.
Black sesame ladoo recipe is a popular sweet in many parts of India and is normally prepared in winter.
The apricots and prunes in this granola can be replaced with any dried fruit of your choice.
Careful not to overcook the potatoes, if they’re too mushy they won’t stay on the sticks for party-worthy serving.
If the yogurt is watery, you’ll want to drain it in a cheese cloth overnight to keep the popsicles from being too icy.
You can use gelatin in place of the agar powder. Because either will make the dessert firmer the longer the panna cotta sits, reduce the amount if you are making dessert ahead of time.
Pasta Primavera is a simple-to-prepare dish that has pasta and fresh vegetables of the season in it and toasted breadcrumbs to add texture.
These Oats and almond slices are neither dry as granola bars nor moist as cakes.
A meal is great, but a dessert is even better. A handful of fresh fruits, biscuits, yogurt or cottage cheese and you are in for a refreshing treat everyday.
Traveling somewhere? Make this awesome sandwich and pack it down for a quick lunch.
These are soft and spongy pancakes dipped in sugar syrup and served hot or chilled with fresh cream or condensed milk.
Fenugreek seeds swell up and become slimy when soaked in water. The substance on the outer covering does not dissolve in water and acts as a mild laxative.
Chana zor garam is a street food which is normally made with packed ready-to-mix black chickpeas which are flattened and deep fried in oil.
The following Lentil flat bread recipe is simple and quite easy to cook without the extra work of grinding or deep frying the parathas.
Enjoy an Indian dessert, Strawberry Firni, courtesy of Sanjeeta Kk.
This healthy snack of roasted fresh tender green beans was on the dinner table along with a large vegetable Pizza.
Indian tea time snack ‘Khandvi’ is a very healthy steamed lentil roll. In this recipe, spinach is added for a wonderful color shift.
Savory pancakes called Cheela is a popular snack in Rajasthan, India, and is normally made with just chickpea flour as the star ingredient.
This pumpkin pie recipe from Sanjeeta Kk, is the perfect winter pie.
This no-bake dessert is a quick-fix recipe for Strawberry lovers when they can’t find fresh Strawberries in market.
These shortbread, or Nankhatai as they are called in India, are buttery and melt-in-mouth crumbly cookies.
This healthy wholegrain Finger millet chocolaty cake with a drizzle of Nutella sauce is a real delight.
Whole wheat and flax seeds impart a wonderful nutty aroma to the crackers, while giving a crunchy bite and texture.
Moist and supple bread to the core is what fresh pumpkin puree does to this…
An acquired taste to many, Sanjeeta Kk has a way of making this plant taste delicious.