A simple, delicious recipe that combines butter, spices, and berry jam. No fancy ingredients needed.
This tastes gorgeous. You know the best part? You don’t have to reach for the stars in terms of preparation or ingredients to make them.
A creative, potato filled take on the international superstar of Indian bread. The Naan.
These savory little fried dumplings from Suchitra Vaidyaram are absolutely delicious.
These dumplings are super addictive and require no fancy ingredients.
Who doesn’t love Doughnuts? Now, you will love them more with a simple sugar syrup and a hint of cardamom glaze.
Suchitra Vaidyaram with her own twist on Pulla, a Finnish sweet cardamom flavored bread.
Mastering the art of making perfect pizza dough has never been easier.
These buttery garlic knots are fun to work with, delicious and melt in your mouth.
A deliciously deadly combo of cardamom and cinnamon makes this a great breakfast bread.
There is something dark and mysterious about this cake, and the coconut blends perfectly to create a symphony of taste.
Potatoes, please step aside – The stage is set for something that’s both more delicious and healthy.
Nothing beats a good, moist, cinnamon flavored muffin. It’s like biting into a piece of cinnamon bliss.
A delicious broth based flavorful tomato soup with basil & coriander.
Oats doesn’t have to be turned into boring porridge. Try these carrot and paneer oats uttappams instead.
Black eyed peas are an excellent source of calcium, and rate high in terms of nutritious value. They also blend well with Indian spices.
What is special about this flat bread is it is made on a gas flame and allowed to raise/fluff up without yeast or baking powder.
Using soya is a great way to pack some proteins into your rice.
Health-up your pizza with whole-wheat, tomatoes, olives and bell peppers.
Red kidney beans cooked in a rich spicy Indian gravy with an inherent touch of garlic.
A simple chocolate chip cookie recipe to enjoy together with your cup of coffee. Welcome to Fika time.
Garlic dal is one of Suchitra’s favorite comfort foods and this recipe will leave you wanting more.
Try these lovely small potatoes cooked with southern Indian spices.
This rice dish celebrates the eggplants, sautéed with Indian spices they leave a lovely lingering taste in your mouth.
Not as popular as naan bread, the humble kulcha takes a back seat when it comes to Indian cooking.
Fried paneer sauteed with caramalized onions, bell peppers, soy and chili sauce.
A common household fare in India, Umpa has recently gotten some more media attention.