It’s winter. And winter means warm, comforting bowls of healthy goodness. But healthy needn’t be tasteless. And soups needn’t be one dimensional.
For this quick & simple dish has a few ingredients, but bursting flavours that need no accompaniments whatsoever. Of course, a little pickle on the side never hurts though!
A Thai inspired dish cooked Indian style that bursts with color, texture, and flavor.
Boldly spiced and topped with grapes, this fun cauliflower soup is anything but ordinary.
This fusion of the classic spaghetti and meatballs doused in Indian butter chicken sauce is a comforting meal that uses up leftover vegetables in a delicious way.
Spice things up with a new version of fried rice that uses garam masala and farro.
A fun blend of flavors creates a refreshing salad with warm spices and a crunch of slivered almonds to top it all off.
Perfectly light with a rich chocolate filling, these cream puffs will throw all your cares away. Cardamom adds a warm fall spice to the chocolate mousse.
A mixed white wine drink with frozen watermelon cubes is a summer delight. Crisp, juicy and full of nutrition, it is a thirst quenching cocktail.
Spiced chicken so tender it melts in your mouth. With the authentic flavors of a traditional tikka stall.
Also known as chaat, this spicy corn salad is a wonderful summer side. The salad is tossed with fresh mint and vinegar for a bright flavor.
When life gives you mascarpone, make doughnuts. Out pops airy, bite-sized holes, with crisp exteriors, not too sweet, and flavors of cardamom and apple.
Grab a fudge-y brownie and top it with dollops of luscious chocolate ganache. Be careful, this dark, rich chunk of deliciousness can become an addition.
These mini warps are perfect for brunch, lunch, or an appetizer. The samosa-like bread wrapped around the curried eggs is a match made in heaven.
Before the summer heat banishes us to the beach, host a spring party. We have you covered with tips for a successful event of color and seasonal produce.
Let your eggplant soak up some spice then sizzle in the oven. Perfectly crisp fries, all you have to do is dip them in garlic aioli or hot sauce and devour.
These mini trifles are soft & boozy bundles of sponge cake slathered with layers of custard, cream and sweet rum caramelized peaches.
Soft cake that will make you forget a plain pound loaf, this maple cake is rich with olive oil. Best served with a warm cup of cardamom chai tea.
This colorful farro and chickpea risotto dish is filling. Mix it up with your favorite vegetables and spices.
Creamy white chocolate rice pudding with warming cardamom spice.
Do not fear Brussels sprouts in this quick stir-fry with chicken sausage.
Light, spicy brown rice with tomatoes is quick to make with leftover rice.
This chutney, with its warm blend of spices, goes great with bread, crackers, veggies, or as a topping to your favorite dish.
Fresh cherries add a fruity tartness to this moist and chewy granola that’s shaped into balls for a twist on the usual bars.
These mini cheesecake-like treats are eggless, sugar-free, cream-cheese free and don’t require turning on the oven at all.
Repurpose leftover lentils and spare veggies in this super simple and quick recipe.
Seasonal flavors served as a single bite make for a vibrant starter or a delicious component in a tapas dinner.
This is a subtle and sweet tea that pairs well with desserts and is just as good chilled as it is warm.
Macaroon cookies are one of the easiest desserts to make at home and they’re ready in under half an hour.
Two distinct traditional Indian dishes are combined into an innovated bite-sized delicacy.
This pudding is not only embarrassingly easy, but also has the simplest flavors that are delicious and refreshing.
Shuchi Mittal with an untraditional, decadent and very cheesy take on the classic dhokla.
With spring in the air, everyone is looking for reasons to fire up that grill. Here is a great way to incorporate Indian flavors into this nutty vegetable.
If you love the Indian curried dish of cauliflower and potatoes a.k.a Aloo Gobi as much as Schuchi Mittal does, then you have stumbled upon the right recipe
Enjoy this awesome strawberry and blueberry butter cake recipe from Shuchi Mittal.
Beat the heat with this version of the classic cold coffee. Creamy, with hints of vanilla, it will surely bring spring to you…via a straw.
These were quick, simple and quite interesting, given that a jalebi is traditionally an Indian sweet.
Beer snacks are rather easy. Just use potatoes, some meat, hot sauce, lots of cheese and fry some or all of it… and people will be happy.
A slightly Indian version of a Chinese staple.
Phirni is a classic ground rice pudding native to India and Pakistan, mostly eaten as a festive dessert during muslim celebrations.
A cute and healthier version of the irresistible Indian classic – Pakoras.
The biggest challenge with small plates/appetizers/tapas for parties is keeping them warm.
Anyone who grew up in India in the 80s and 90s can recall their morning cup of masala tea accompanied with little glucose dunking biscuits.
What do you eat with red curry? Well, rice of course. And what is an Idli (steamed indian rice dumplings) made of? Rice.
Depending on how many of these little ones you end up devouring, it can be an appetizer or a main.
Go green this St Paddy’s day with this delightfully simple and yummy alternative to French Fries.
Malpua is a sweet Indian fried pancake, usually eaten with a milk pudding (rabri) or on its own dipped in sugar, syrup or honey.
These bite-sized pieces would go well with beer, and are super cute to serve when friends come over.
Nothing beats soup on a cold wintery night. And what’s better than soup? A soup with lots of vegetables and a kick of spice.
Mexican and Indian food are similar in the sense they use quite a few common ingredients. Avocado, however is not one of them.
Believe it or not, there is an entire genre of cuisine called “Indian Chinese”.
What do you do with tons and tons of leftover Spaghetti? Why make Frittata of course.
A sweet and tangy quick salad recipe, courtesy of Shuchi Mittal
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if you could have a chocolaty dessert and feel no guilt? This Sondesh is the answer.
Shuchi Mittal shows us a variation of a sweet Indian dessert.
Shuchi Mittal makes a delightful finger sandwich platter. A recipe from her childhood.
Shuchi Mittal shows us how to make these delicious squash, onion jam and chickpea toasties. The perfect side dish.
Mini cheesecakes recipe inspired by the much loved indian street dessert – Carrot Halwa.
Shuchi Mittal makes an easy, low-fat answer to veggie sliders.
A quick and healthy all-in-one pasta meal.