Let this spicy-sweet Sriracha tofu with crispy edges take your tastebuds on a delicious vegan journey.
These fennel pancakes are made soft and fluffy with ricotta and are stuffed with sweet strawberry preserves.
There’s still time to enjoy some delicious foods on the barbecue. So fire up your grill and get ready for lip-smacking Fish Tikka Bites served on Pita with some green chutney and treat your taste buds to a carnival of flavors.
Don’t let turkey patties be boring ever again! These grilled sliders are made with tandoori spices and served with a sweet and salty mint raita.
A simple, soft olive oil cake is a beautiful dessert to serve when there are no berries or produce in season. Sweet and fluffy it is a stunningly rustic cake.
Sweet, roasted fennel is spiced with coriander, cumin, and garlic for a beautiful bite of flavor rounded out with creamy goat cheese. An easy, but elegant side.
Sweet and savory, these melt-in-your-mouth blue cheese crackers are the perfect pair with slightly tart blackberry compote with lemon and thyme.
Stir-fried cabbage with fennel uses cumin, coriander, ginger, and garam masala to create a flavorful side dish that can quickly be made for a gathering.
Whip of these one bowl wonders for a tasty snack with a taste of autumn.
A warm dish for a cold evening with vibrant pumpkin and a dash of cumin and cardamom. Garnish with finely chopped mint for a pop of color and new flavor.
Use up the last of summer’s bounty with a warm autumn crumble. Bake with the fruit of your choice and a spice to pair.
A go-to curry for weekdays and that can be used with tofu, paneer or veggies, too.
Ripe plums in this moist cake are absolutely divine. Grab a fork and dig in while they’re still in season.
Spinach pecan pesto with plenty of garlic is perfect for barbecuing juicy chicken kebabs. Grab your skewers and get grilling.
The Kashmiri dish Dum Aloo requires cooking whole potatoes in aromatic spices. Aniseed and cumin combine with yogurt to create an exciting, flavorful sauce.
Bursting with cumin, garlic, and chili, this hash has spice to contrast the buttery potatoes. Add an egg to the mix, and you’re in breakfast business.
The combination of the sweet and spicy flavors will convert any Brussels Sprouts hater into a fan. Made with Indian spices and bound with chickpea flour.
Add some spice to spring with an asparagus jalfrezi. Garlic, ginger, and chilies coat the crispy tofu for a flavorful dish.
Crispy skin and creamy centers, smashed potatoes are bursting with Indian spices from the garlic, turmeric and cumin.
Indian spices and smoky char marks offset the sweetest of the squash in these fun party appetizers.
Stovetop-cooked salmon is coated in a sauce full of fresh herbs, intriguing spices and just enough yogurt to give it a rich tanginess.
There’s nothing fancy about this appetizer, just the layer of great flavors that compliment each other like spice sweet potatoes and sweet-tangy chevre.
Serve this soup with a grilled cheese or some nice crusty bread for a dinner that will keep you warm.
Pumpkin puree creates a flavorful custard, turning cinnamon raisin bread into a seasonal dessert.
This soup is hearty enough to satisfy vegetarians but it could easily be be adjusted for meat-eaters with the addition of sausage.
Be warned: this dish is super spicy with heat coming from the green chilies,the red chili powder and the garam masala.
This recipe works with either fresh or frozen sea scallops, which are one of the most nutritious seafoods.
You can swap in all purpose flour if you don’t have a gluten allergy, but the almond flour’s subtle nutty flavor is a nice compliment to the apples.
The lemongrass and galangal together with spices provides the redolence so unique to Thai dishes and the creamy coconut milk creates a rich consistency.
The use of the Cointreau gives a subtle orange flavor and the lime juice adds the perfect tang resulting in a delicious drink that’s not too sweet or tart.
Try this healthy, make-ahead time saver at your next get-together. Remember to make a little extra for a snack for yourself. You’ll be glad you did.
This peach thyme cake is easy to put together, and an extremely delicious treat for those special occasions.
This is a cute dessert perfect for these hot summer days!
Drumsticks are the perfect finger foods for a picnic and are adored by adults and kids alike.
Its hard not to love the rich, thick creamy spinach with succulent, almost melting Paneer chunks ready to be scooped with an Indian Flatbread.
Packed with protein and vitamins this is one healthy soup you’re going to love!
Easy, delicious and a great way to use up your eggplant. This is one recipe that will not disappoint.
All this needs is a few minutes in the microwave and its ready to be used.
Cauliflower florets marinated in Tandoori spices and broiled until all golden and crispy on the outside but tender and meaty on the inside.
There are certain days when you want to spend more time outside the kitchen than inside. For days like those, one pot meals are perfect.
These healthy and delicious street food inspired quinoa potato cakes makes a great appetizer, snack or breakfast.
These addictive sweet and spicy curried nuts make for an ideal dinner party gift.
These No Bake Date Coconut Snow Balls are perfect for the Holidays – and so super easy since the food processor does all the work for you.
This is a savory pumpkin recipe that will totally blow you away with all the different layers of delicious flavors.
These meatballs are crunchy and rustic looking on the outside, but incredibly soft on the inside, with lovely mint and coriander flavors.
A delicious Tandoori preparation using salmon for a great Indian appetizer.
This satisfying carrot and coriander soup is the perfect remedy on a cold autumn day.
This pizza dish is inspired by two things, Soni Sinha’s love for Indian chutneys and seafood.
Juicing is a great way to get those essential nutrients your body needs to repair the damage done to your cells over time.
Delicious Fish Cakes using Arctic Char combined with Indian Spices for a light lunch, dinner or appetizer.
A Salty Lassi is a great alternative to the alcoholic beverages during the summer and you can flavor it with any spice you want.